The Review and Herald

1208/1902

July 1, 1902

Rusty From Inaction

EGW

Many of the servants of Christ, although constantly reminded, seem to forget that they are stewards of their Lord's goods. I have been shown that many of those who claim to be the children of God have become rusty from inaction; and the Lord in his providence has given them something to do, and in thus doing, has opened the way for them to help others to become acquainted with the truth. RH July 1, 1902, par. 1

He has given them a work to do that will bring about a good and grand result. In getting up out of the easy chair of self-satisfaction, and going forth to give the light of truth to their fellow men, God's people will learn an excellent lesson. By selling “Christ's Object Lessons,” they are doing a twofold work—helping to lift the debt from our schools, and at the same time giving most precious light to those who really need it. RH July 1, 1902, par. 2

Mrs. E. G. White