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Life Sketches of Ellen G. White

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    Special Efforts in New England

    “The work we have to do is a wonderfully great work,” she said in another of her discourses during the Conference. “There is a world to be saved.” In this connection she referred especially to the blessing that would come to the cause of God through a strong and united effort to proclaim the message in the cities of New England, where the first and second angels’ messages had been given with mighty power. “We must bring to these same cities the glory of the third angel's message,” she said. “Who among us is trying to scatter the rays of light where the truth was so favorably received in the early days of the message?” The General Conference Bulletin, May 31, 1909.LS 418.4

    In one of her appeals regarding the work to be done in the cities of New England and the Atlantic States, she said:LS 419.1

    “What is being done in the Eastern cities where the advent message was first proclaimed? The cities of the West have had advantages, but who in the East have been burdened to take up the work of going over the ground that in the early days of the message was baptized with the truth of the Lord's soon coming? The light has been given that the truth should go again to the Eastern States, where we first began our work, and where we had our first experiences. We must make every effort to spread a knowledge of the truth to all who will hear, and there are many who will listen. All through our large cities God has honest souls who are interested in what is truth. There is earnest work to be done in the Eastern States. ‘Repeat the message, repeat the message,’ were the words spoken to me over and over again. ‘Tell My people to repeat the message in the places where it was first preached, and where church after church took their position for the truth, the power of God witnessing to the message in a remarkable manner.’” The General Conference Bulletin, May 24, 1909.LS 419.2

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