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THE PROMISE 

These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, that you may know that you have eternal life, and that you may continue to believe in the name of the Son of God.

— 1 John 5:13, NKJV 

 

THE TESTIMONY 

Remembering the sacrifice that Christ made that he might give to men a perfect example, church-members are to follow his example of self-denial and self-sacrifice, that they may save the souls that are perishing in unbelief and sin. 

And yet how many church-members there are who feel little responsibility to make Christ known to their friends and neighbors. If all had carried the love of Christ in their hearts, and the truth on their lips, if we had been diligent in opening the word of life to those about us, showing what Christ is to us, and what he is willing to be to them, hundreds more would be rejoicing in the truth today. But we shut ourselves up within ourselves. 

Church-members, ask God to give you a burden to open the Scriptures to others, and to do missionary work for those who need help. Some will be rescued in one way, and some in another, but the work must always be done as the Lord shall lead. 

Let the publications containing Bible truth be scattered like the leaves of autumn. Lift him up, the Saviour of souls. 

We are to come to God in faith, and pour out our supplications before him, believing that he will work in our behalf, and in behalf of those we are seeking to save. 

We are to devote more time to earnest prayer. With the trusting faith of a little child, we are to come to our Heavenly Father, telling him of all our needs. He is always ready to pardon and help. The supply of divine wisdom is inexhaustible, and the Lord encourages us to draw largely from it. 

The longing that we should have for spiritual blessings is described in the words, “As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God.” We need a deeper soul-hunger for the rich gifts that heaven has to bestow. We are to hunger and thirst after righteousness. 

— The Review and Herald, April 29, 1909 

 

THE RESPONSE 

Ask God to give you a burden to open the Scriptures to others and to do missionary work for those who need help. 

Let publications containing Bible truth be scattered like the leaves of autumn. 

Pour out your supplications before God. Believe that He will work in your behalf and in behalf of those you are seeking to save. 

Devote more time to earnest prayer. Tell your Heavenly Father all your needs with the trusting faith of a little child. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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