Soulsaving

We are living in a special period of this earth’s history.  A great work must be done in a very short time, and every Christian is to act a part in sustaining this work.  God is calling for men who will consecrate themselves to the work of soulsaving.  When we begin to comprehend what a sacrifice Christ made in order to save a perishing world, there will be seen a mighty wrestling to save souls.  Oh, that all our churches might see and realize the infinite sacrifice of Christ!

E. G. White, Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, pp. 125, 126

It is the privilege of the Christian to connect with the Source of light, and through this living connection become the light of the world.  Christ’s true followers will walk in the light as He is in the light and therefore they will not travel in an uncertain way, stumbling because they walk in darkness… As the light of the sun is light and life and blessing to all that live, so should Christians, by their good works, by their cheerfulness and courage, be the light of the world.  As the light of the sun chases away the shades of night and pours its glories on valleys and hills, so will the Christians reflect the Sun of Righteousness which shines on him.

Before the consistent lives of Christ’s true followers, ignorance, superstition, and darkness will pass away, as the sun dispels the gloom of night.  In like manner the disciples of Jesus will go into the dark places of the earth, disseminating the light of truth until the pathway of those in darkness shall be illuminated by the light of truth.

E. G. White, This Day With God, p. 92

Let not one word of fretfulness, harshness, or passion escape your lips.  The grace of Christ awaits your demand.  His Spirit will take control of your heart and conscience, presiding over your words and deeds.  Never forfeit your self-respect by hasty, thoughtless words.  See that your words are pure, your conversation holy.  Give your children an example of that which you wish them to be… Let there be peace, pleasant words, and cheerful countenances.

E. G. White, Child Guidance, p. 219

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