Radio's Definite Place

In presenting our great message over the air we have presented Jesus, His love, and His righteousness, leaving out entirely what others believe, and we find that it pays big dividends.

By F. M. OLIVER, Radio Evangelist, Lewiston, Idaho

We have been broadcasting the third angel's message over station KRLC here in Lewiston each Sunday afternoon for over five years. The program is called "The Light of Prophecy." The interest continues, and new friends are being made right along.

Before going on the air we visited the man­ager a number of times. These were friendly visits, and we have found out that these contacts have been a great help to us as we have gone on with our work. The manager told us that he was in favor of religious programs as long as we did not refer to other denominations, but that we were at liberty to preach the Bible as we understood it. We have never mentioned other denominations in our broadcasts, and this has pleased the manager very much. We know of others who have tried it, and they have been asked to discontinue their broadcasts. Our as­sociation has been pleasant, and a number of times we have been informed by the station manager that our program is one of the best put on over this station.

In presenting our great message over the air we have presented Jesus, His love, and His righteousness, leaving out entirely what others believe, and we find that it pays big dividends.

One Sunday afternoon some time ago I pre­sented the Lord's day according to the Bible. On Monday morning the manager called me over the telephone and told me that he had heard my sermon the day before. He said that he liked the message very much, and that it had made some things clear which he did not under­stand before. He also stated that he thought I should repeat the program on the air in the near future.

I visit this man often at his office. He is quite friendly to our work and one of our best con­tributors to Ingathering. As we have presented Christ and His righteousness in the third an­gel's message, souls have responded to the truth and a number have embraced it.

The radio has its definite place in the finish­ing of the great task before us, and we should present the message in such a way that it will draw men to behold Christ the Saviour of the world. When we reach the glory land, we will surely meet a great many who have been won to the message through the medium of radio.

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