The medical missionary work should be a part of the work of every church in our land (Counsels on Health, 514).
By the ministry of the word, the gospel is preached; by medical missionary work, the gospel is practiced (Vol. 13 Manuscript Releases, 303).
Physical healing is bound up with the gospel commission. In the work of the gospel, teaching and healing are never to be separated (Ministry of Healing, 140).
We have come to a time when every member of the church needs to take hold of medical missionary work (Vol. 16 Manuscript Releases, p. 145).
The gospel is bound up with medical missionary work. Neither is to stand alone (Vol. 13 Manuscript Releases 303).
We should ever remember that the object of the medical missionary work is to point sin-sick men and women to the man of Calvary (Ministry of Healing, 144).
He (Jesus) made each work of healing an occasion of implanting in the heart the divine principles of his love and benevolence. Thus, his followers are to work (Review and Herald, May 2, 1912).