D. "Our supply in Christ," Early morning meeting sermon. GCB 1901, pp. 35-37
Chapter Six: 1901: Some Remarks of A. G. Daniels How a Godlike OrganizationWorks
Your mandate must originate from God, not from man. GCB 1901, p.49
Chapter Seven: 1906: Letter from A. T. Jones to A. G. Daniels
The invitation to have two sermons, written on Jan. 26,1906
Chapter Eight: 1901: The Sermons of A. T. Jones at the General Conference of1901
A. Evening Sermon on True Biblical Organization. GCB 1901, pp. 3 7-42B. Bible Study on True Organization. 1901, pp. 101-105
Chapter Nine: 1901-1903: What Happened Between 1901 and 1903
Letter of AT. Jones to A.G. Daniels (continued), written on Jan. 26, 1906
Chapter Ten: 1903: Discussions at the G.C. of 1903
Article II - Executive Committee, Report of the Minority, Proceedings of the CommitteeGCB 1903, pp. 146-149; GCB 1903, pp. 149-155
Chapter Eleven: 1903: Some Testimonies of E. G. White in 1903 AboutCentralization and Evidence that we Learned Nothing in the Meantime.
A. Centralization RH Dec. 10, 1903B. "Shall We Be Found Wanting?" 8T, pp. 247-251
Chapter Twelve: 1909 E. G. White Declared that Human Kingship was FullyEstablished.
"Jehovah our King" Sp. T. Series B, No. 10, pp. 12-20
Neander that great church historian once wrote the following words, "No man canhinder the development of a principle once accepted." We know that principle from ourgarden. If you want to harvest potatoes you have to put them into the soil first. If youwant to produce spinach you have to sow spinach. This kind of simple logic is soonforgotten when we enter church and its activities. No farmer would pray to God to bringsalad out of spinach seed. Even when you would pray the stars from heaven it would notchange the harvest.Some people in the church sow tares (wrong principles), and then fast and prayto God to bring forth wheat. God will never do that. If you want a certain harvest, yousow a certain kind of seed. Or as Neander said, "NO ONE can hinder the developmentof a principle once accepted."The reason why we publish this book is that we want to sow some rightprinciples. Yet God has to bless the harvest. But remember, God will never bring forth aharvest of wheat out of tares (wrong principles).Wim Wiggers2