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Medical Ministry, Page 271

excuse that it is not sufficiently dignified? Cooking may be regarded as less desirable than some other lines of work, but in reality it is a science above all other sciences. Thus God regards the preparation of healthful food. He places a high estimate on those who do faithful service in preparing wholesome, palatable food.

The one who understands the art of properly preparing food, and who uses this knowledge, is worthy of higher commendation than those engaged in any other line of work. This talent should be regarded as equal in value to ten talents; for its right use has much to do with keeping the human organism in health. Because so inseparably connected with life and health, it is the most valuable of all gifts.—Manuscript 95, 1901.

Many Will Be Rescued

The Lord has presented before me that many, many will be rescued from physical, mental, and moral degeneracy through the practical influence of health reform. Health talks will be given, publications will be multiplied. The principles of health reform will be received with favor, and many will be enlightened. The influences that are associated with health reform will commend it to the judgment of all who want light, and they will advance step by step to receive the special truths for this time.—Testimonies for the Church 6:378, 379.


For Further Study

Sanitarium Work to Be Educational:
Counsels on Health, 221-223, 248, 469, 470.

The Physician an Educator:
The Ministry of Healing, 125-136.

Ministers to Teach Health Reform:
Counsels on Health, 43 (Testimonies for the Church 6:376, 377).

The Church to Study Health Principles:
Counsels on Health, 425-430 (Testimonies for the Church 7:62-67).

Continual Reform to Be Advocated:
Counsels on Health, 445-453.

Tact in Teaching Health Principles:
Counsels on Health, 438, 442 (Testimonies for the Church 3:20, 21).

The Use of Health and Temperance Literature:
Counsels on Health, 445-447, 462-466, 479 (Testimonies for the Church 7:136).

Teaching Temperance Reform:
Counsels on Health, 432-437.

Teaching Health Principles at Camp Meeting:
Counsels on Health, 433, 467, 468.

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