Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 18 (1903)


Lt 104, 1903

Faulkhead, Brother and Sister [N. D.]

“Elmshaven,” St. Helena, California

June 3, 1903

Previously unpublished.

Dear Brother and Sister Faulkhead,—

I feel a deep interest in the work in Melbourne and in all Victoria. Let us now seek the Lord with earnestness. The end is near. God is speaking to His people and to the world by His judgments. We are nearing the time when every case will be decided. Let us seek the Lord while He may be found. 18LtMs, Lt 104, 1903, par. 1

I entreat the members of our churches in Victoria to seek the Lord. Do they realize that the end is near? They have heard the invitation to the marriage supper of the Lamb. Have they put on the wedding garment? I have been shown that there are many in the North Fitzroy church who, unless thoroughly converted, will never enter the city of God. 18LtMs, Lt 104, 1903, par. 2

God calls for workers. Men of clear judgment and humble hearts are needed. Christ’s sorrowful lamentation is, “The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few.” [Matthew 9:37.] 18LtMs, Lt 104, 1903, par. 3

I thought to send you a longer letter, but have not had time. May the Lord bless you, is my most earnest prayer. 18LtMs, Lt 104, 1903, par. 4