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Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene - Ellen G. White

Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene - Ellen G.

CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE AND BIBLE HYGIENE Ellen G. White 1

  • Page 2 and 3: Preface Nearly thirty years ago the
  • Page 4 and 5: claims stood the test of time and e
  • Page 6 and 7: ody of hygienic principles so harmo
  • Page 8 and 9: Chapter 1 General Principles Man ca
  • Page 10 and 11: diseases. Many labored under a weig
  • Page 12 and 13: earnestly and understandingly. The
  • Page 14 and 15: the truth of God can reach their he
  • Page 16 and 17: Jesus, seated on the Mount of Olive
  • Page 18 and 19: that they become crimes. They are a
  • Page 20 and 21: of inestimable happiness. Religion
  • Page 22 and 23: Chapter 2 Our Reasonable Service
  • Page 24 and 25: glory within may shine upon those w
  • Page 26 and 27: many are ignorantly fostering in th
  • Page 28 and 29: they to mar the image of God? What
  • Page 30 and 31: laws of our great nation should hav
  • Page 32 and 33: in prayer and struggle till the sun
  • Page 34 and 35: words were left. With bated breath
  • Page 36 and 37: made a partaker of the divine natur
  • Page 38 and 39: direct influence upon his physical,
  • Page 40 and 41: Chapter 3 Effects of Stimulants “
  • Page 42 and 43: When these youth were selected to b
  • Page 44 and 45: When the ability and acquirements o
  • Page 46 and 47: greater physical stamina and increa
  • Page 48 and 49: Notwithstanding thousands of years
  • Page 50 and 51: and immoral. How many innocent pers
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    habits and character of their child

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    more easy than to start. To corrupt

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    Moderate drinking is the school in

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    Tea is a stimulant, and to a certai

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    eal force. For a time more may be a

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    have done it unto one of the least

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    appetite, is far greater than it wa

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    mother. She must herself be control

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    service. Then should we not heed hi

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    for narcotics and stimulants. But i

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    suffer the consequences. Every man

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    she should not die, and she felt no

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    that caused the destruction of Sodo

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    succeeding generation. Intemperance

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    warped and enfeebled. The earlier i

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    whose lips utter falsehood and prof

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    hesitate to say that meat is not es

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    There is a class who seem to think

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    purchased at the expense of sleep a

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    same round of labor through the sle

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    enable them to render the best serv

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    accept a human offering that is fil

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    etween the mind and the body, and r

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    Chapter 5 Extremes in Diet Many of

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    Two classes have been presented bef

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    such an amount, and just such a qua

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    Investigate your habits of diet. St

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    Chapter 6 Home Education The work o

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    and scream if its will was crossed

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    produce such a condition. The oldes

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    habits, when they might have learne

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    agent for noble purposes. Teach the

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    overtaxation, we shall sometime be

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    shall leave the shelter of home for

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    usy fingers and weary eyes were dil

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    taste in this respect, but as I lis

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    feelings in impatience and fault-fi

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    should teach them that the God who

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    Do not neglect to teach your childr

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    no sacrifice too great, if made for

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    table preparations were more simple

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    household. She is preparing food to

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    firm principles, will be prepared t

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    intemperance, the questions at once

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    Woman should fill the position whic

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    to our care. In his lessons of inst

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    tendencies to develop in their chil

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    Chapter 9 Education and Health For

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    some have died, as the result of th

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    health. Some have never made a dete

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    sit before you day by day. 152

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    larger portion are given to dress,

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    While superfluous trimming and orna

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    their dealings with their brethren

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    The dangers resulting from compress

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    nor so long as to gather the dampne

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    invalidism, or, which in many cases

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    fashion, and dress and educate your

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    customs, and principles of the worl

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    godliness) with good works.” (1 T

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    may innocently seek to obtain. It i

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    might be for use or ornament. Parad

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    that she may live a life of idlenes

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    ight to more heroic efforts in thei

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    have fought the good fight of faith

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    knowing how much he can endure, and

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    have a vigorous circulation. Men an

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    them to bear burdens, but are at th

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    anything. Yet they live on with win

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    closed by waste matter, and there i

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    which sent forth deadly poison into

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    the risk of health, and often even

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    the prayers of those who do not reg

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    Chapter 12 False Impressions Concer

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    to the plainest revealed facts. Men

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    Chapter 13 Consulting Spiritualist

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    Baal-zebub, the God of Ekron, wheth

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    doctors all the honor. They are eve

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    Who among us are seeking help from

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    There is danger in departing in the

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    Chapter 14 Our Present Work We shou

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    needs. In certain cases of illness

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    design,—that man should subsist u

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    When we make it evident that we are

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    the struggle, but will teach the pa

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    discouraged, till he have set judgm

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    save upon the most common-place sub

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    paralysis was the result. When an a

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    We are finite, but we are to have a

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    the Bible is studied! Every unimpor

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    But the mind does not come down in

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    this special grace to lustful passi

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    from iniquity.” (2 Timothy 2:19)

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    than he can the character of the pa

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    is ministering to the flock of God,

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    children soon learn to be swayed by

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    until there is scarcely one to be f

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    the future good of their children,

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    has caused a paralysis to come upon

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    shrewdness that Satan exercises, th

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    It requires skill and patient effor

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    these impressions be of the right s

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    them, strength and purity and right

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    can carelessly throw together to se

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    Let the sleeping-room of your child

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    home, you should ever remember that

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    truth they profess. They can then g

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    Chapter 18 Hope for the Tempted In

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    word, ennobled by looking to Jesus

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    and your faith are of no account un

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    has an eternal world of glory for t

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    Chapter 19 Fragments Health is a tr

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    deny themselves to the injury of ph

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    sustaining the cause of truth. This

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    eligious standpoint. We are to be t

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    eform, we eat too much. Indulgence

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    Church Trials—The abuses of the s

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    such bread. In order to get rid of

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    We can have a variety of good, whol

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    Domestic Duties for Students—Howe

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    the body becomes diseased, torpid,

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    When the minds of ministers, school

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    stolid gloom. The words of Christ a

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