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It is significant that in the ever-widening activities of Seventh-day Adventists, God, through his messenger, has given instruction, encouragement, and counsel to those connected with each branch of major importance. The work of the Sabbath school is not lacking in this respect. Not only in the earlier numbers of Testimonies for the Church was counsel given regarding the Sabbath school, but also in instructive articles from the pen of Ellen G. White, that appeared through the years in the Sabbath School Worker. In 1900, many of these articles were assembled and published in a small volume, which has become well known as Testimonies on Sabbath School Work. For nearly forty years Sabbath school workers throughout the world have sought the valuable counsel of this little volume in building this important organization to the place of strength it occupies today.
Since the publication of Testimonies On Sabbath School Work, added instruction pertaining to this line of activity has appeared in the writings of Mrs. E. G. White. The requirements of the Sabbath school work throughout the world field indicate that the time has come to gather together these later counsels affecting the activities in this department and to combine them with those in the original work. The present volume, Counsels On Sabbath School Work, is the worthy product of this endeavor.