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Evangelism, Page 76

with good results. The work in _____ might now be much further advanced than it is if our brethren, at the beginning of the work there, had not tried to work in so cheap a way. If they had hired good halls, and carried forward the work as though we had great truths, which would surely be victorious, they would have had greater success. God would have the work started in such a way that the first impressions given shall be, as far as they go, the very best that can be made.—Gospel Workers, 462 (1915).

Tents Pitched in Most Favorable Places—We must carry the truth to the cities. Tents are to be pitched in the most favorable places, and meetings held.—The Review and Herald, May 25, 1905.

Care of Tent Ground—Elder _____ has had the big camp meeting tent pitched in Oakland. During the preparations he was right on hand to direct, and worked very hard to have the grounds approaching the tent as presentable as possible.—Letter 352, 1906

Advantages of a Portable Meetinghouse—I wish that you might have a portable meetinghouse. This would be much more favorable for your work than would a tent, especially in the rainy season.—Letter 376, 1906.

The Outpost Centers

From Outpost Centers—It is God's design that our people should locate outside the cities, and from these outposts warn the cities, and raise in them memorials for God. There must be a force of influence in the cities, that the message of warning shall be heard.—The Review and Herald, April 14, 1903.

As a Barrier to Contaminating Influence—We must make wise plans to warn the cities, and at the same

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