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Evangelism, Page 697

gather the precious grain.—Testimonies For The Church 8:22, 23 (1904).

When the Message Is Finished—It [the coming of the Lord] will not tarry past the time that the message is borne to all nations, tongues, and peoples. Shall we who claim to be students of prophecy forget that God's forbearance to the wicked is a part of the vast and merciful plan by which He is seeking to compass the salvation of souls?—The Review and Herald, June 18, 1901.

Power for Finishing the Work

Why Many Have Failed in Soul Winning—Many present the doctrines and theories of our faith; but their presentation is as salt without savor; for the Holy Spirit is not working through their faithless ministry. They have not opened the heart to receive the grace of Christ; they know not the operation of the Spirit; they are as meal without leaven; for there is no working principle in all their labor, and they fail to win souls to Christ. They do not appropriate the righteousness of Christ; it is a robe unworn by them, a fullness unknown, a fountain untouched.—The Review and Herald, November 29, 1892.

Need of Intensity to Impress Unbelievers—We need greater earnestness in the cause of Christ. The solemn message of truth should be given with an intensity that would impress unbelievers that God is working with our efforts, that the Most High is our living source of strength.—The Signs of the Times, December 9, 1886.

When we bring our hearts into unity with Christ, and our lives into harmony with His work, the Spirit

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