How Does Inspiration Define the Remnant?
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The principles of truth that God has revealed to us are our only true foundation. They have made us what we are. The lapse of time has not lessened their value. It is the constant effort of the enemy to remove these truths from their setting, and to put in their place spurious theories. He will bring in everything that he possibly can to carry out his deceptive designs. But the Lord will raise up men of keen perception, who will give these truths their proper place in the plan of God.
Lt 123, 1898, par. 9
No line of our faith that has made us what we are is to be weakened. We are bound to stand firmly in defense of our principles, in full view of the world. With intense interest and solicitude we are to strive to give the invitation to those in the highways and byways.
Lt 232, 1903, par. 58
Let not erroneous theories receive countenance from the people who ought to be standing firm on the platform of eternal truth. God calls upon us to hold firmly to the fundamental principles that are based upon unquestionable authority. He calls upon us to study the words and works of Christ, the greatest missionary that this world has ever known.
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