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Ministry to the Cities, Page 152

hear, and there are many who will listen. All through the large cities God has honest souls who are interested in what is truth.—Testimonies For The Church 9:98. (1909)

Third Angel's Message to Be Proclaimed in Cities of the Northeast.—All these cities of the East where the first and the second angels’ messages were proclaimed with power, and where the third angel's message was preached in the early days of our history as a separate, peculiar people, must now be worked anew. There is Portland, Maine; there is Boston, and all the many towns round about; there is New York City, and the populous cities close by; there is Philadelphia and Baltimore and Washington. I need not enumerate all these places; you know where they are. The Lord desires us to proclaim the third angel's message with power in these cities.

We cannot exercise this power ourselves. All we can do is to choose men of capability, and urge them to go into these avenues of opportunity, and there proclaim the message in the power of the Holy Spirit.—Manuscript 53, 1909.

Church Members in the West to Support Evangelism in the East.—As we labor faithfully in our neighborhoods and in the towns close by, and as we bear a decided message in the great cities of our land, we shall see of the salvation of God. ...

The truth is to go forth as a lamp that burneth in the cities of the East, and our brethren in the West now have the privilege of advancing the cause of God in that portion of the field where the third angel's message was first proclaimed.—Manuscript 23, 1910.

Boston, Massachusetts

Work Should Include Boston.—I am instructed that Boston must be worked; and I know that the possession of this sanitarium site is one of the greatest blessings that could come to our work in the Eastern States.—The Review and Herald, September 29, 1904.

Thousands in Boston Waiting to Hear the Truth.—I feel

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