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November 1932

 

The Preacher's Message to a Lost World

Sin must be something exceedingly grave, or it would not have exacted the sacrifice God made to save man from the death penalty.

 

Lessening Administrative Expense

With the masses of men ready as never before to listen to the preaching of the gospel, it is time for us to study how to release men and funds for direct evangelistic work, and also how best to simplify our organization and make such combinations of labor and elimination of duplication of effort as will cut down administrative expense.

 

The Experience of True Sabbath Keeping

The Sabbath is great in its origin, great in its history, and great in its destiny.

 

Conserving the Health of the Ministry

Striving to be not only a Seventh-day Adventist but also a "seven-days" Adventist.

 

As to Roman Catholic Authorities

No ecclesiastical organization is more perfectly organized 'than the Roman Catholic Church, and this provision extends to the minute supervision of the Catholic faith.

 

Translation of "Lord's Day" in Romance Languages

It is not the purpose of this article to discuss the interpretation of "Lord's day," but rather to notice its rendering in the Romance languages.

 

Making Prayer Meetings Successful

One of the pastor's important responsibilities is to build up and maintain the prayer meeting.

 

Reaching the People

Plans for reaching the various nationalities around the world.

 

English Evangelism, and Six Guiding Principles

Six guiding principles.

 

Working Program of an Evangelistic Effort

A sample program.

 

Capitalize the Prohibition Agitation

The present agitation in the United States over the prohibition issue constitutes a national crisis of the first magnitude.

 

Contacts With Other Churches

The third angel's message is growing in demand, even with people of churches who in times past have been bitter in their prejudice against us.

 

Editorial Keynotes

Submerging National Consciousness

 

Ministers and Manners

As a body, ministers comprise the best group of men living on the earth, yet as individuals many of them fail to please generally and to produce effec­tively because they do not demand of themselves the best in all things.

 

The One Thing That Really Matters

The one thing in life that really matters is the question of one's actual relation to the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

"First and Last Stanzas"

Congregational singing is in many of our churches about the only oppor­tunity for communal religious expression. We must therefore utilize it.

 

Use Honest Commendation

Nothing will so quickly cut off one's avenue of approach to a human heart as to show signs of disapproval.

 

Unique Opportunities and Obligations

Few of our workers have the privi­lege of close association with the better classes which falls to the lot of our sanitarium pastors and chaplains.

 

Reasons for Continuing the Church Calendar

Initiation of the Church Calendar plan has been supported by a strong array of good and sufficient reasons, but the reasons for continuing the use of the Church Calendar are equally numerous and authentic, a few of which may be set forth by way of emphasis.

 

Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

 

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