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Evangelism, Page 292

sinner,” point the trembling soul to a sin-pardoning Saviour as a refuge.—Manuscript 138, 1897.

Angels Rejoice—The conversion of souls to God is the greatest work, the highest work, in which human beings can have a part. In the conversion of souls God's forbearance, His unbounded love, His holiness, His power, are revealed. Every true conversion glorifies Him, and causes the angels to break forth into singing. “Mercy and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other.”—Letter 121, 1902.

Gathering in the Interested

Many Looking Wistfully to Heaven—All over the world men and women are looking wistfully to heaven. Prayers and tears and inquiries go up from souls longing for light, for grace, for the Holy Spirit. Many are on the verge of the kingdom, waiting only to be gathered in.—The Acts of the Apostles, 109 (1911).

Go After the Lost—When we engage with all our hearts in the work, we are closely allied to the angels; we are co-workers with the angels and with Christ; and there is a sympathy with heaven and with us, a holy, elevated sympathy. We are brought a little closer to heaven, a little closer to the angelic hosts, a little closer to Jesus. Then let us engage in this work with all our energies.

Do not become weary in the work. God will help us. Angels will help us; because it is their work, and the very work they are seeking to inspire us with....

This is a work you must take hold of earnestly; and when you find a wandering sheep, call him to the fold; and leave him not until you see him safely enfolded there. May Heaven let the Spirit that was in our

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