Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 25 (1910 - 1915)


Lt 6, 1911

Paulson, David

St. Helena, California

February 6, 1911

Portions of this letter are published in 4MR 378.

Dr. David Paulson
Hinsdale, Illinois

Dear Brother:

I have just read communications from you. I am always pleased to hear from you. Many miles separate us, but we are engaged in the same work, and I am glad that you are in the line of advance in the medical missionary work. 25LtMs, Lt 6, 1911, par. 1

The work now to engage my attention is to close up my writing on Old Testament history. 25LtMs, Lt 6, 1911, par. 2

The Lord would so educate the minds of all who serve Him that we can reflect the light given us by cultivating our powers to reflect back glory to the Giver. All our powers are entrusted to us to be used in the accomplishment of the work of saving souls. All the powers of the mind are to be used, through sanctification of the truth, to win souls. In such a work God is glorified. 25LtMs, Lt 6, 1911, par. 3