From the back page of the Ministry.
Word from your association secretaries.
The disciples were slow to believe Christ's predictions of the overthrow of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Temple.
X. Office and Work of the Holy Spirit
The care given to a tent is very important. The tent master should feel it his responsibility to give it the best of care.
The thirty-foot front of our "Prophecy in the News" tent was built on an angle, affording a good view from the arterial intersection directly in front of the tent.
From the Pacific Union Ministerial Institute.
Like our other colleges, the medical school is in need of financial support.
We deplore the condition that exists in the world today. Many are calling attention to it, but seldom is attention called to the causes.
Some experiences are above the ordinary. Two such have occurred within the last year that to my mind qualify as extraordinary.
A special testimony to share.
Somewhere between the two extremes of attitude toward health instruction by our ministers there is a happy and safe middle of the road.
Statistics can be made interesting. This was demonstrated recently in a morning devotional period of the General Conference in Washington. Built around a missionary theme, Seventh-day Adventist membership statistics were clothed in the colorful imagery of mission vignettes.
"A More Excellent Way"
What various people are saying.
Colporteur evangelists occupy a unique place in the ranks of the workers in God's cause. They constitute the advance guard of the church of Christ.
After considerable experience I would say there is no other musician of whom so much is expected as the pianist.
Is Mrs. White the only one through whom God will speak to the remnant church through the Spirit of prophecy, or may we look for another to fill that office?
The Assemblies of God is the largest of a group of organizations and unorganized bodies which together constitute what is known as the Pentecostal movement.
Written at request of editor to accompany article on Buddhism by Marcedene Wood, which appeared in the December, 1948, issue.