Manuscript Releases, vol. 12 [Nos. 921-999]
MR No. 934—Counsel to G. H. Bell
Professor Bell has been cautioned again and again in regard to making the Sabbath School work like a machine, but he has not heeded the testimony. He is getting matters so fine, he will have a big reaction by and by. I know whereof I speak. You, working, burden-bearing men, must become [as] level and evenly-balanced as possible. You need to cling more firmly to simplicity.—Letter 1, 1881, p. 4. (To S. N. Haskell, April 22, 1881.) 12MR 56.1
Washington, D. C.,
May 20, 1982.