Evangelism Our Real Work—Evangelistic work, opening the Scriptures to others, warning men and women of what is coming upon the world, is to occupy more. expanding work. Some phases of evangelism have been delineated in nearly all the Ellen G. White books. Through the years, in the. Review and Herald, Signs. Some Key Thoughts from Ellen White on City Evangelism. The Urgent Need of Sharing the Gospel Message. When I think of the cities in which so little has been .
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The next day he notified his employer that he could work for him no longer. When will our ministers learn of Jesus? This page was last edited on 19 Augustat I arranged meetings with my young friends, some of whom were considerably older than myself, and a few were married persons. For twenty-two years our wanderings on this journey have seemed indeed mysterious to us, but here we met quite a company who are now believers in the truth, and who date their first experience from the influence of that little book.
They must go as far and as fast as possible, with a determination to do the very things that the Lord has said should be done. If you will pitch the tent, they will come. Let all set their hearts and minds to become intelligent in regard to the work for this time, qualifying themselves to do that for which they are best adapted.
Close Translate this book. In meeting an opponent, it should be our earnest effort to present subjects in such a manner as to awaken conviction in his mind, instead of seeking merely to give confidence to the believer. Many dwell almost exclusively upon doctrinal subjects, while the nature of true piety, experimental Godliness, receives little attention.
A controversial spirit is encouraged. We cannot be too much in earnest From every direction, far and near, calls are coming to us for help. Let us now take up the work appointed us, and proclaim the message that is to arouse men and women to a sense of their danger. I slept well through the night. Leaves From the Diary of —October He attended the meeting when he thought I would speak, and would sit with his eyes riveted on me through the entire discourse, which was translated into French by Brother Bourdeau.
The more the erroneous assertions of opposers, and of those who rise up among us to deceive souls, are repeated, the better the cause of error is served. A false conception of it is given to the people, and the truth is made of no effect to those whose hearts are not softened and subdued by the Holy Spirit They told me about this.
Since Sabbath I have written eighty-six pages, letter p. Times of perplexity are upon us.
That which He had spoken, not only in person, but through all the prophets and teachers of the Old Testament, is here included. Much has been done in these places, and much more will need to be done. As such workers undertake to win souls for Jesus, they will find that many who never could be reached in any other way will respond to intelligent personal effort.
She wept nearly all the time that we were talking. From town to town, from city to city, from country to country, the warning message is to be proclaimed, not with outward display, but in the power of the Spirit, by men of faith. She came out to the carriage and talked with us. I rested well through the night.
At such times special cases were presented to my mind; these I afterward sought out and prayed with. Said the messenger of God, “Shall not the cities be warned?
I have come to give you these books, so that your children can read them, and this will be a strength to you. But the perplexing question is yet unsolved, how they will be sustained. In these cities we are to have houses of worship, as evangslism for God; but institutions for the publication of our literature, for the healing of the sick, and for the training of workers, are to be established outside the cities. Who will bear the light to those who are wandering in the darkness of error?
Do not send those evangelims are not qualified in these respects. We had planned to drive into the mountains, People here in Canterbury are in need of this kind of labor. City Evangelism Home Legacy. He gave up the Sabbath and engaged to work in a manufacturing establishment to perfect his trade in watchmaking. The third angel is to go forth with great power.
Several entire nights were spent by me in earnest prayer for those whom I had sought out and brought together for the purpose of laboring and praying with them.
Conditions are arising in evnagelism cities that will make it very hard for those of our faith to remain in them. Close Read this book.
Evangelism/Ellen G. White’s Experience and Methods as a Personal Worker
We should present sound arguments, that will not only silence our opponents, but will bear the closest and most searching scrutiny. Our preparation to meet opponents or to minister to the people must be obtained of God at the throne of heavenly grace. But it is not God’s will that Ebw people shall settle in the cities, where there is constant turmoil and confusion.
Christ has given us an example. Others, who have a desire to hear the evidences on both sides, may urge discussion in all honesty of motive; but whenever discussions can be avoided, they should be She is a woman who has seen great trouble. We felt the presence of God, and we greatly hope that this effort shall not be in vain. We could not understand evanngelism we should be left to this singular wandering in the wilderness.