Evangelism Our Real Work—Evangelistic work, opening the Scriptures to others, warning men and women of what is coming upon the world, is to occupy more. expanding work. Some phases of evangelism have been delineated in nearly all the Ellen G. White books. Through the years, in the. Review and Herald, Signs. Some Key Thoughts from Ellen White on City Evangelism. The Urgent Need of Sharing the Gospel Message. When I think of the cities in which so little has been .

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She is a woman who has seen great trouble. We are not to erect large buildings in the cities, but over and over again the light has been given me that evw should establish in all our cities small plants which shall be centers of influence.

Their children should be spared this; for the evqngelism system is demoralized by the hurry and rush and noise. Close Read this book. The Highest, Greatest Work —The Lord designs that the presentation of this message shall be the highest, greatest work carried on in the world at this time. There is means now tied up that should be in use for the unworked cities in Europe, Australia, and America, and in the regions beyond.

Proper consideration of these things will lead all to make an entire consecration of all that they have and are to their God Since Sabbath I have written eighty-six pages, letter p. Let this excitement subside, or let reaction take place by indiscreet management, and the interest can never be raised again. She readily consented to go and seemed much affected. Said the messenger of God, “Shall not the cities be warned?


They should not defy ministers of other denominations, and seek to provoke a debate. The next time I visited him, he told me that he had read part of Patriarchs and Prophets.

Some of these had met with us evanggelism curiosity to hear what I had to say; others thought me beside p. The cities are filled with temptation.

There is no place for tradition, for man’s theories and conclusions, or for church legislation. I spoke for about half an hour. They should not stand in a position like that of Goliath when he defied the armies of Israel. None of these are Christ’s servants to teach. Who will bear the light to those who are wandering in the darkness of error? Ehw cannot be too much in earnest From every direction, far and near, calls are coming to us for help. Oh, that we might see eegw needs of these cities as God sees them!


By means of missionary visits and by a wise distribution of our literature, many who have never been warned, may be reached. Evangelism by Ellen G. The Lord has a message for our cities, and this message we are to proclaim in our camp meetings and by other public efforts and also through our publications.

I told him because his brethren had made a mistake that was no reason that he should grieve the heart of Christ, who had loved him so much that He had died to redeem him I wrote till noon, and after dinner we drove to Bourdon, to fill an appointment to meet with some sisters there.

Since that time the Lord had sent ministers to preach the truth to them, and now there was quite a company observing the Sabbath. All points of our faith are not to be borne to the front and presented before the prejudiced crowds Close Evangeliam this book. When this is the case, it should be done promptly and briefly, and we should then pass on evangelismm our work.

To Meet Defiance but Not Defy —In the presentation of unpopular truth, which involves a heavy cross, preachers should be careful that every word is as God would have it.

In every instance but one these persons yielded themselves to the Lord. She said that when I called upon her I talked to her of Jesus and the beauties of heaven, and that the words were spoken with such fervor that she was charmed, and had never forgotten them. Lay Off the Pugilistic Armor —Those who bear the most solemn message ever given to our evangeoism must lay off the pugilistic armor, and put on the armor evagnelism Christ’s righteousness. If every Seventh-day Adventist had done the work laid upon him, the number of believers would now be much larger than it is.

Evangelism/Ellen G. White’s Experience and Methods as a Personal Worker

By using this site, you evsngelism to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In meeting an opponent, it should be our earnest effort to present subjects in such a manner as to awaken conviction in his mind, instead of seeking merely to give confidence to the evangwlism. The Lord is calling upon the men and women who have the light of truth for this time to engage in genuine, personal missionary work.


A false conception of it is given to the people, and the truth is made of no effect to those whose hearts are not softened and subdued by the Holy Spirit The Debate [ See also pp. Our preparation to meet opponents or to minister to the people must be obtained of God at the throne of heavenly grace. But at every one of our little meetings I continued to exhort and pray for each one separately, until every one had yielded to Jesus, acknowledging the merits of His pardoning love.

We took her out to ride with us, and had a long talk with her. For twenty-two years our wanderings on this journey have seemed indeed mysterious to us, but here we met quite a company who are now believers in the truth, and evagelism date their first experience from the influence of that little book. I evaneglism her that if she would accept Christ as her Saviour, He would be evangelusm support in every trial and would give her peace and rest in His love.

How earnestly they would strive to lead men to accept the truth. We began talking at half past two, and continued until five She gave us refreshments and I left with them a little book, Experience and Views. The weighty obligation of warning a world of its coming doom is upon us.

Evangelism — Ellen G. White Writings

Men are needed who will push the triumphs of the cross, who will persevere under discouragements and privations, who will have the zeal and resolution and faith that are indispensable to the missionary field.

In every nation the minds of men are turning to the invention of some new thing. The lady afterward told my niece, May Walling, that she was sorry that she had not attended all the meetings that have been held since we came.