Manuscript Releases, vol. 4 [Nos. 210-259]
A great work is to be done by true medical missionaries. They are to be wide awake and vigilant. They are to fight manfully for God, having on every piece of the Christian armor. They are to be loyal to their Leader, obeying His commandments. 4MR 374.2
Medical missionary work has been presented as the entering wedge of present truth. It is by this work that hearts are reached, and those once prejudiced are softened and subdued. This is the work that is to be done today. 4MR 374.3
In due course of time, a sanitarium will be erected at Berrien Springs, not to compete with any other sanitarium, but to help to represent our work in clear, straight lines, and to give the students an opportunity of learning how to care for the sick.—Letter 110, 1902, p. 8. (To Dr. David Paulson, July 7, 1902.) 4MR 375.1
Released May 14, 1970.