Ellen G. White® Estate
Sharing the Vision
As Review editor, Smith became “pastor” to many isolated Adventists who could not regularly attend church services. His wit and his scholarship graced hundreds of articles and editorials. His public speaking also blessed many thousands. The last words he wrote, directed to the 1903 General Conference, were: “I am with you in the endeavor to send forth in this generation this gospel of the kingdom, for a witness to all nations. And when this is completed, it will be the signal for the coronation of our coming King.” At age 71, Smith died of a stroke on his way to the Review office.
Thought for the Day
Jesus knows the circumstances of every soul. You may say, I am sinful, very sinful. You may be; but the worse you are, the more you need Jesus. - AG 118