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Articles by D. A. Delafield

"Last Stanza Please" (July 1968)

A declaration of war on the omission of stanzas.

"The Big Issues" (April 1974)

We all agreed that too often we present the gift of prophecy and the work of Ellen White at the very end of a series of meetings. Now the General Conference president was asking us Is it possible to bring the Spirit of Prophecy to the front in a new approach to evangelism?

"The Story of Our Health Message" (April 1976)

Celebrating the American Bicentennial by study D.E. Robinson's book.

"With a Gift for Teaching" (February 1963)

The sermonizing preacher is not as effectual as the teaching minister.

10 Wonders of the Resurrection (April 1963)

The author reminds us of some of the wonders of the greatest event in human history.

A New Approach in the Midweek Service (September 1963)

These reports represent Prophetic Guidance classes conducted in two of the denomination's important churches, and testimonies of church and school leaders who participated in the classwork in the national capital area. This material truly rep­resents a new approach in the midweek service and suggests a practical and proven method for building Wednesday night attendance. Suggestion: Why not start planning now to pre­sent this series dealing with the prophetic guidance of the Lord in the Advent Movement and particu­larly the life and work of Ellen G. White, and an­nounce the first class for late September or early October. If you will plan an extra or two besides the regular weekly class sessions, the group of en­thusiastic students will finish the class before Christmas!

Adventism in perspective (October 1982)

A recent mass prayer meeting held in Takoma Park suggests possibilities for your church.

Broadcasting Under Bombardment (September 1942)

We feel that this crisis experience, which illustrates the respect of the world for the message of the advent people, is evidence of the convincing power attending the proclama­tion of the truth.

Chosen By God (September 1971)

God had a special purpose for Ellen Harmon's life. She would represent Him to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. In both the Old and New Testaments God communicated to specially chosen men and women called prophets. Since New Testament times, however, He had not chosen any particular person to bring His messages to the church over a long period of time. . .

Consuming Zeal in Evangelism (March 1942)

A sketch of certain indispensable elements of success

Do retired workers ever really retire? (August 1998)

Retirement can open the doors to a new type of meaningful service

Evangelism at Camp Meeting (July 1948)

Times have changed, but not God's plan. Evangelism is still to be the keynote of all our camp meetings.

FEATURES: Facing the Task of Doubling Our Church Membership (November 1951)

A talk given at workers' meeting, New York Conference camp meeting,July, 1951.

Four Requisites for Radio Success (March 1946)

From a chapel talk at the S.D.A. Theological Seminary.

Health Reform and Character Development (February 1948)

In the treatment of the sick, as well as in the maintenance of good health, a firsthand knowledge of health principles is essential. Add to this knowledge a generous portion of good sense, and you are well equipped.

How Good Is Your Memory? (March 1945)

Practical pointers for preachers.

If God is Dead (February 1966)

What It Would Mean If the "God Is Dead" Theologians Were Right?

III. Keeping the Evangelistic Concept (June 1945)

Practical pointer's for preachers.

It isn't all Yesterday (February 1989)

With a little encouragement, you can start a group that offers your church rich resources of time, money, experience, and commitment.

IV. "Preach the Word" (July 1945)

That part of the Bible dealing with the second advent and the judgment needs special emphasis by Adventist preachers.

Medical Missionary in Australia (August 1975)

WHEN Ellen White began her work as the Lord's special messenger to the remnant she under stood that her divine commission included "much more than the word 'prophet' signifies" (Selected Messages, book 1, p. 32). . .

FEATURES: Ministers as Writers (July 1952)

"The current situation demands that the church train its ministry in writing as well as public speech."

My Wife Is a Bible Instructor (June 1975)

IT ALL began one morning during chapel exercises on the campus of Pacific Union College in the fall of 1932. I saw a young lady standing near me who didn't have a songbook. So I handed her one. A year later we were married. It doesn't take much to get big things started. And important things too! How glad I am that I handed my wife that songbook, for you see, she is a very big part of my life. . .

Needed--More "Ad Hoc" Sermons (January 1974)

Some sermons should never be preached. Most of these can be categorized under the following Latin titles. . .

Paul, "Tinkers," and Conscience (June 1964)

Each man has a conscience.

Perfection in the Human Sphere (August 1964)

The heights of character development to which we are to attain.

Securing Free Radio Time (July 1942)

A Discussion of Plans, Methods, and Objectives.

Seven Aids to Radio Preaching (November 1947)

The editor of the Ministry has requested me to prepare material touching the subject of the radio ser­mon from the experiences and lessons gained during three years' association with the Voice of Prophecy.

Should the Words "God Almighty" Ever Be "Coupled Together"? (June 1974)

We requested the Ellen G. White Estate to furnish an answer to the rather perplexing question posed in the title. The following article not only brings us an answer to the question but helps make us more aware of the power and the greatness of God. . .

Spiritual Overtones in the Ellen G. White Science Counsels (March 1971)

It is always helpful for the Seventh-day Adventist professional man or woman to keep in mind the spiritual goals of the Spirit of Prophecy writings whenever the Ellen G. White science counsels are explored.

Spiritual Overtones in the Ellen G. White Science Counsels (Concluded) (April 1971)

THROUGHOUT Ellen G. White's writings fascinating gems of truth appear. Interesting relationships develop between the physical, the emotional, and the spiritual nature of the human being. Very few persons saw so clearly the human being as a unit, and the relationship between our physical, mental, and emotional habits, particularly our habits of eating, drinking, and thinking. . .

Sporific Sermons (February 1965)

On sleep-inducing sermons.

Testimony Countdown II (April 1977)

On the recommendation that the Testimony Countdown II series be undertaken in the fall.

Testimony Countdown The Need Is Now (September 1969)

It is seriously doubtful that a revival and reformation of a lasting quality will occur in the popular churches of today. But who can doubt that many Christians will experience a redemptive adventure with God as a result of the preaching of dedicated Christian evangelists outside of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. . .

The Balance of Power (January 1967)

A New Look at the Advantages of Vegetarianism

The Bible and Ellen G. White (September 1971)

I took the precious Bible and surrounded it with the several Testimonies for the Church, given for the people of God. Here, said I, the cases of nearly all are met. The Sings they are to shun are pointed out. The counsel that they desire can be found here, given for other cases situated similarly to themselves. . . . The Testimonies are not to belittle the word of God, but to exalt it and attract minds to it, that the beautiful simplicity of truth may impress all.--Testimonies, vol. 5, pp. 664, 665.

The Divine Prescience (October 1963)

Does God have foreknowledge of particular sins?

The Divine Prescience (Concluded) (November 1963)

The Adventist view of divine foreknowledge.

The If and When of Confession (August 1971)

"Confess your faults ["sins," R.S.V. and N.E.B.] one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much" (James 5:16).

The Numbers Syndrome (June 1978)

Symptoms of this ancient disorder are not lacking in the church today. Watch for questions like, "How many baptisms?" and "How much money?"

The Upper Levels of the Ministry (March 1955)

It is difficult to analyze the many factors that must be considered in the matter of changing one's field of labor from a certain church or district to another field, or from a certain line of work to another (as from pastoral work to the Home Missionary Department).

Vital Factors in Gospel Preaching (September 1949)

Christ is the source of power. The Holy Spirit is the instrument of power. The be­lieving preacher is the possessor. Spirit­ual power born of the Holy Spirit is conceived and matured in the Scripture.

Wanted: More Expository Sermons (December 1969)

THE need for more expository sermons anchored in the scripture text, highly informative, and preached in the power of the Holy Spirit is sometimes painfully apparent. Such sermons should be heard by audiences attending our evangelistic meetings and also by Seventh-day Adventist congregations gathered to hear our preachers on the Sabbath day. . .

What Is Christ-centered Preaching? (August 1956)

Christ-centered preaching is simply Bible preaching with Christ central in every subject.

Why Ellen White called for Help (April 1976)

Ellen White and the spirit of sacrifice and devotion to the needs of human beings

Women in Times of Crisis (July 1966)

The monthly shepherdess column

Women in Times of Crisis (Concluded) (August 1966)

The monthly shepherdess column.

Words to Workers' Wives (December 1964)

A talk given to the wives of workers at Sandoval, New Mexico, during the 1964 camp meeting.
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