This message is to come to the churches. We are to consider the best plans for accomplishing this. . . . Faith, eternal faith in the past and in the present truth, is to be talked, is to be prayed, is to be presented with pen and voice.
The third angel's message in its clear, definite terms is to be made the prominent warning. All that it comprehends is to be made intelligible to the reasoning minds of today.--Letter 121, 1900, p. 5. (To S. N. Haskell and wife, August 13, 1900.)