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True Revival, Page 41

God; but the fact that our deeds are not recorded as pure, good, elevated, and noble, showing that we have not improved our entrusted talents, places us under condemnation. TR 40.4

The law of God existed before man was created. It was adapted to the condition of holy beings; even angels were governed by it. After the Fall, the principles of righteousness were unchanged. Nothing was taken from the law; not one of its holy precepts could be improved. And as it has existed from the beginning, so will it continue to exist throughout the ceaseless ages of eternity. “Concerning Thy testimonies,” says the psalmist, “I have known of old that Thou hast founded them for ever” (Psalm 119:152).—Selected Messages 1:216-220. TR 41.1

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