This old argument has no merit. Jonathan said to his armor bearer, “. . . There is no restraint to the Lord to save by many or by few.” 1 Sam. 14:6. And to Gideon the Lord said, “The people that are with thee are too many. . . .” Judges 7:2. Elijah was all alone, and Noah had only his family of eight to take in the ark out of all the millions on earth. Is it any different today? If so, show us why. 144,000 saved as a result of the third angel’s message is like a drop in a bucket. But God’s work will be finished “Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,” which means a divine miracle will finish the work during the latter rain. Thus God will be given all the glory, not man or any earthly organization.