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The advent doctrine has been proclaimed more extensively than many are aware, and quite sufficiently to fulfill the predictions of the Scriptures concerning it. It was symbolized by an angel flying through heaven. Answering to the symbol, men, on the earth, were impelled by the Lord to go forth and proclaim the coming of his kingdom. This completed the figure. This message was to go to every nation, kindred, tongue, and people. A new awakening, a great revival, followed the proclamation of the advent doctrine wherever it went, which called upon men Lo repent and prepare to meet their God. Statistics inform us that to every station where missionaries were laboring, the message was sent; so the sound thereof was heard the world around, directing the thoughts of men to the truth that the hour of God's judgment had come.

These facts are among the important former things to be remembered. They are full of significance. When the time is ripe for a new movement in the development of God's work, a new epoch to be introduced, and the agents appear, and the work of the Spirit is manifest among them, men ought to know the time sufficiently to give due attention to the work in which heaven is enlisted. In the annals of him who is not slack concerning his promises, in whose methods one day is as a. thousand years, and a thousand years as one day, these events will all have their place. More on this point hereafter.

One hundred and five years have already passed since the "time of the end" began; seventy years since the stars fell, and the last generation began; fifty-nine years since the seventh angel sounded, the temple of God was opened in lieaven, and the cleansing of the sanctuary was entered upon. We are living in the most solemn and important time the world has ever seen. " It is high time to awake out of sleep: for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed." Rom. 13: 11.

Uriah Smith
(Review and Herald, January 20, 1903, p. 4)

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