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Healthful Living, Page 235

1010. Many carry a violated conscience, and can be reached only by the principles of Bible religion.—Testimonies for the Church 3:168.

1011. A sore, sick heart, a discouraged mind, needs mild treatment; and it is through tender sympathy that this class of minds can be healed. The physician should first gain their confidence, and then point them to the all-healing Physician. If their minds can be directed to the Burden-Bearer, and they can have faith that he will have an interest in them, the cure of their diseased bodies and minds will be sure.—Testimonies for the Church 3:184.

1012. A person whose mind is quiet and satisfied in God is in the pathway to health.—The Review and Herald, March 11, 1880, No. II.

1013. The assurance of God's approval will promote physical health. It fortifies the soul against doubt, perplexity, and excessive grief, that so often sap the vital forces and induce nervous diseases of a most debilitating and distressing character.—The Review and Herald, October 16, 1883.

1014. The exalting influence of the Spirit of God is the best restorative for the sick.—Testimonies for the Church 1:556.

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