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

White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

May 20, 1982.