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Interest Of The S.D.A. Denomination
Employment agency is now being organized and we pray and hope that it will prove
a success from the very start. This
of course will depend very much upon the faithfulness of our brethren who are
standing in the light. If we move
as an unit in the hand of God, we shall be a mighty power in the earth.
Hence, it is necessary that strict attention be given in every line of
the work, especially in small things, "for who hath despised the day of
small things? saith the Lord." (Zech. 4:10.)
Therefore, it is very urgent that every believer in present truth report
to our employment department as soon as he hears of any work that is to be done
in whatever line it may be--small or great.
Also, it is necessary that those who desire to obtain employment, state
the kind of work they are best fitted for, and the amount of experience they
have had along that particular line, for it is our desire to place the right
person in the right job. Only those
who expect to render faithful service for the least amount of money will be
furnished with work.
matters not where you live or where the work to be done may be. We shall expect every believer to respond to this worthy
enterprise whether he be seeking employment or to employ.
When we hear from you, we shall do what we can to serve your needs as
soon thereafter as possible. All
service is to be free of charge. Employment
given only to believers in present truth, must be our rule.
you in advance for your co-operation and may God add His blessings to it.
THAT ALL MAY HAVE
conference meetings in Los Angeles early this year, it was unanimously adopted
that every Friday afternoon at 5 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, believers in
present truth would seek God in behalf of the message, believing that such a
concerted voice would lay at heaven's altar, in all truth, "the effectual
fervent prayer of a righteous man (which) availeth much."
earnestly ask that all join at the appointed hour in this mighty prayer bank
which is to shake the world. "Not
by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit, saith the Lord of hosts," is our
work to be done.
assist in habituating yourself to keep this appointment, we suggest that for
three of four Fridays, when you arise in the morning, you set your alarm clock
for 5 P.M. Pacific Standard Time; 6 P.M. Mountain Standard Time; 7 P.M. Central
Standard Time, according to your respective zones.
henceforth at this time on Fridays, rejoicing in the sense of united strength,
lift our voices in unison to God in mighty intercession in behalf of our own
church and all concerned.
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Unit Location Sought For
deprived of all denominational advantages such as sanitariums, health food
factories, printing presses, etc., perhaps it may be necessary for a rural
location for the establishment of a combined unit to assist in carrying the
message to the church until the "siege against it" shall be
successfully culminated in a glorious victory when "the zeal of the Lord of
hosts will perform this." (Isa.
9:7.) This has been suggested by a
sister and her husband who have had considerable experience in this line.
Therefore we call the attention of all who are standing in the light to
give consideration to such an enterprise. Any
one having knowledge of such a location and the necessary information regarding
it, please communicate it to this office. Our
prayers for such an undertaking in behalf of God's people will be answered by
whatever the results to this call might be.
Hendricks sends a fine report from Sheridan. We use one or two extracts from her
letter. "I was happy to
receive...the first copy of the Symbolic Code.
It cheered our hearts to hear of the reports from other fields.
At times we feel almost crushed by the opposition and ridicule on every
hand and it seems that we are all alone, so it helps us wonderfully and urges us
to fight the battle to the finish when we hear from others that are standing for
Naomi Hindman and Sister Grubbs are leaving next week for Washington to visit
friends and relatives there and they expect to give Chart studies and establish
some in the Truth."
are encouraging words and indicate that the little company there is zealously
pressing forward the battle. May
their light continue to grow into such candle power as to shed its rays the
length and breadth of the Great Divide.
Warden, now in Montrose, a pioneer worker in the field, communicates the
following intelligence regarding his latest efforts in that field.
We are "glad to tell you that our success continues here.
We now have a company organized--with a leader and a secretary....
leader, Mrs. Molly Hartmen, is surely a fine woman. One of the hardest workers I ever saw, and always trying to
help the other fellow. She is fully
converted to the Spirit of Prophecy, from which she had backslidden."
that the angels always rejoice over such a report.
gratifying experience of Sister Hartman's moves us to ascertain how many, in
accepting the message of "The Shepherd's Rod," have experienced the
same conversion. We know that many
such reclamations have been made and desire to hear of as many as possible.
Therefore, let each reader of these lines whose belief in the Spirit of
Prophecy has been established by "The Shepherd's Rod" make known the
fact to this office.
At Loma Linda And Vicinity
the churches in Riverside Country have joined hands with the Loma Linda Church
in an organized effort to combat the rapidly increasing influence of "The
Shepherd's Rod" in their localites. To
this end they have already con-
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three of a series of public meetings held in Loma Linda.
not believe it necessary to record what sort of consideration we were given,
more than to remark that the "customary opposition procedure" was
followed. The meetings admittedly
have as their purpose and aim to present but "one side of the
question," rather than to discover truth regardless of the consideration of
how many sides such a presentation might entail.
Where this principle has always led, where it will always lead, all men
know too well.
believe we can sympathize with our brethren in the problem which now confronts
them. They are in an exceedingly
difficult and trying position, one which is most unenviable, and for this we are
profoundly sorry. Yet we dare not
allow our sympathies so to confuse values as to condone injustice and extol that
ultra sympathetic tenor of mind which is mere indulgence, and it is this that
our brethren demand of us.
from the South
interesting letter from Dr. John H. Young of Columbia, S. C. says in part:
have read both ... volume on the S. R. message, and I must say that it has
struck me very forcibly. I do feel
the need of a reformation and revival in my own heart, and I sigh and cry for
the things that are done among us as a people.
I have read your pamphlets, and I am looking for a tract on the message
in "Osee" and on the "Seven Trumpets."
want to know and do the truth. I
have appreciated the many beautiful truths set before me. I feel that I am a better man, having related myself closer
to God through them. I realize that
something must be done for our people and done quickly.
We have suffered many things on account of the way we have related
ourselves to the message, but it is not earthly praise that we seek.
I praise God for the few in our church here who want pure provender, well
Hermanson asks the co-operation of every worker in reference to perfecting the
mailing list for the "Symbolic Code."
The present necessity is that she be supplied with the names and
addresses of all isolated believers in Present Truth. We must all respond, in this matter, promptly upon reading
these words, if we wish to see our isolated fellow-believers also enjoy this
issue of "The Symbolic Code." We
have full faith this urgent call will be immediately answered by all.
append a short list of some of the workers in various places, and make a general
appeal to the readers of "The Symbolic Code," who may have S.D.A.
acquaintances or relatives in these localities, that you put the worker in touch
with them by a letter of introduction. The
workers will be very grateful for all such help received.
Warden, 328 S. 6th St., Montrose Colorado; Mrs. Hazel Hendricks, Fort MacKenzie,
Sheridan, Wyoming; H.F. Roller, 502 Foster Ave., Couer d' Alene, Idaho; Eugene
Lipsey, 4022 Newton Ave., San Diego, Calif.; R.T. Nash, R 2 Box 78, Redlands,
Calif.; Miss Esther O'Malley, 1155 1/2 W. 36th St., Los Angeles, Calif.;
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Wilson, R 5 Hendersonville, N. Carolina; Dr. Robt. L. Stokes, 45 Main St.,
Brevard, N. Carolina; Dr. W.S. Butterbaugh, 708--13th St., Denver, Colorado.
remind our readers to supply Sr. Hermanson with names and addresses of S.D.A.'s
who might be interested in reading our free literature. All communications regarding items herein, address to The
Universal Publishing Assn., "Symbolic Code" Dept., Box 68 Station K.
Los Angeles, California.
interested in buying a 160 acre farm in Montana, communicate with Mrs. Mary
McCune, Frazer, Montana.
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