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AUTHOR URGES NETWORKING

The sense of urgency increasingly apparent among Adventists who eagerly anticipate the return of Jesus is well expressed in the following letter from Lewis Walton, author of Advent, Decision at the Jordan, etc.:

I absolutely agree with the idea of networking people who are committed to the coming of Jesus. It is vital that some unity and sense of identity be developed. I think the time is here for concerted action by Adventists who are absolutely determined that this window of opportunity not be lost.

We must do something about united intercessory prayer. We must strengthen each other's faith and sense of persistence. We must continually remind ourselves that this dream is possible—if we have faith to see it happen. But none of this is likely to occur if we are only isolated, disconnected people not working in faith and prayer toward a common goal. May God bless your efforts to help bring this unity about.