equally with the brain powers, if we will work for the harmonious development of all the powers of the being, the blessing of the Lord will rest upon us in large measure.
There is a sanitarium a few miles from here. The two institutions can work together harmoniously. Professor Irwin and his fellow workers, and Dr. Rand and his associate helpers can cooperate in their efforts.—Manuscript 65, 1909, 2-4. (“If Thou Wilt Walk in My Ways and if Thou Wilt Keep My Charge,” October 3, 1909.)
Washington, D. C.,