For years the question of personal work has occupied much of my thought. I have seen students lose out in their studies and otherwise, and drop out of school and into the world, because teachers were too busy to extend a helping hand.
Evangelism is manifestly God's program for this hour. Every member of the church should engage in soul-winning work, distributing literature, giving Bible readings, ministering to the sick and needy, and holding cottage meetings; yet the program would be obviously incomplete without the public evangelist.
The purpose of the present article is to note certain mistranslations or interpretations of the phrase "Lord's day" in the languages of Western Europe, which persist up to now in certain current versions, but which there now appears some prospect of correcting.