Ellen G. White Writings

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Evangelism, Page 456

Section 14—The Bible Instructor

[Note: “Bible Instructor” is the term adopted in 1942 by the General Conference Committee, to designate the personal worker formerly known as “Bible Worker.”—Compilers.]

Bible Teaching the Objective

Need of a Bible-Study Revival—A revival in Bible study is needed throughout the world. Attention is to be called, not to the assertions of men, but to the Word of God. As this is done, a mighty work will be wrought. When God declared that His Word should not return unto Him void, He meant all that He said. The gospel is to be preached to all nations. The Bible is to be opened to the people. A knowledge of God is the highest education, and it will cover the earth with its wonderful truth as the waters cover the sea.—Manuscript 139, 1898.

Bible Work Marked Out by Heavenly Father—Our work has been marked out for us by our heavenly Father. We are to take our Bibles, and go forth to warn the world. We are to be God's helping hands in saving souls—channels through which His love is day by day to flow to the perishing.—Testimonies For The Church 9:150 (1909).

A Heaven-born Method—The plan of holding Bible readings was a heaven-born idea. There are many, both men and women, who can engage in this branch of missionary labor. Workers may thus be developed who will become mighty men of God. By this means

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