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Selected Messages, Volume 3 - Ellen G. White

Selected Messages, Volume 3 - Ellen G.

SELECTED MESSAGES, VOLUME 3 Ellen G. White 1

  • Page 2 and 3: A Word to the Reader In 1958, the p
  • Page 4 and 5: helpers. {3SM 9.3} Making compilati
  • Page 6 and 7: Chapter 1 What Is the Church? Intro
  • Page 8 and 9: us, walking in his footsteps. Union
  • Page 10 and 11: weak, may be strengthened by the mo
  • Page 12 and 13: persons represented by John whom Je
  • Page 14 and 15: and love. Those Who Pronounce Judgm
  • Page 16 and 17: (Published in The Review and Herald
  • Page 18 and 19: abiding in Christ.... We have need
  • Page 20 and 21: Human feelings will lead men to tak
  • Page 22 and 23: Chapter 3 Independent Action Depart
  • Page 24 and 25: mischief done than good. Those who
  • Page 26 and 27: This is God’s order, and men must
  • Page 28 and 29: should be wise generalship at this
  • Page 30 and 31: Chapter 4 The Primacy of the Word R
  • Page 32 and 33: Trustees. The Primacy of the Word R
  • Page 34 and 35: There was never a time when God ins
  • Page 36 and 37: to the Word that they have neglecte
  • Page 38 and 39: To Correct Error and Specify Truth.
  • Page 40 and 41: first time in ten years. Situations
  • Page 42 and 43: Chapter 5 Experiences in Receiving
  • Page 44 and 45: home? Have I come here again? Oh, t
  • Page 46 and 47: Another Vision While Writing.—I a
  • Page 48 and 49: Oregon, in 1884. He was present and
  • Page 50 and 51: When we come into right relation wi
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    Prophecy. Voice Miraculously Preser

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    Chapter 6 Glimpses of How the Light

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    connection with it. The angel that

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    Now I have light, mostly in the nig

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    talking with our brother.—Letter

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    course was unwise and unjust, but y

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    advantages of establishing the sani

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    perils of God’s people than are t

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    ing them into harmony. The scene wa

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    Chapter 7 Presenting the Divinely R

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    my pen in hand I am not in darkness

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    ear these earnest messages.—Manus

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    on the subject [as to just who woul

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    Not One Heretical Sentence.—I am

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    what has been shown me you are a tr

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    gave me a testimony directly to the

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    instructed me as to the way in whic

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    for this matter has been presented

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    [Australia], and dated December 20,

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    A special request is made that if a

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    Should Know.—The information give

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    than glad to see you. It seems a lo

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    the message itself. one looks in va

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    them: “Yes; yes, the angel of God

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    A Question Raised in Early Ministry

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    Let me explain. I am often shown fa

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    church, and the matter is all writt

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    Since twenty-one years ago, when I

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    Chapter 9 Defining Sister White’s

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    uin.... There is One back of me whi

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    my mind, but the word of the Lord.

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    Chapter 10 On Being an Inspired Mes

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    have done. In my experience I am co

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    messages have been written as God h

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    explanation. Others have called me

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    am not to be depressed, but am to s

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    After Ellen White’s Death E. G. W

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    Chapter 11 The Reception of the Mes

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    given of God. If you have had, sinc

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    do this errand for the Lord. You ma

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    with the message that God gives me

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    misunderstood, not because he did n

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    We have now come to the last days o

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    standing spiritually? he knows ever

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    Brother Faulkhead’s connection wi

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    directly to them, all unexpected to

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    Chapter 12 Literary Assistants in W

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    from the pen of Marian Davis, appea

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    see if I cannot become a scholar. I

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    performing this work, that it was h

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    I have written thus fully in order

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    Together.—Marian, my helper, fait

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    in the house of prayer, on whose mi

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    I know of no better way to present

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    his servants is by the enlightenmen

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    increased ability to use in writing

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    Now, my brethren, what do you propo

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    Chapter 14 Initial Steps in Writing

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    floor. In this condition I commence

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    get all I had to write [on Old Test

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    Enlargements of this initial presen

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    a special session of the General Co

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    I never had such an opportunity to

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    I am feeling very free and peaceful

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    value. I am perfectly satisfied wit

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    prayer. The Lord hears me and I bel

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    and will be regarded by the friends

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    Chapter 16 Expanding the Great Cont

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    History Opened Up in Scenic Visions

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    a sentence in it that is not essent

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    Scenes Presented Anew While Writing

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    The Lord impressed me to write this

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    prepared to discern the very things

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    Chapter 17 The Experience of E. G.

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    essential for us all to understand

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    in order to find sentences that she

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    Christ. Hitherto nearly all that I

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    Another three thousand will be need

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    and perplex.—Letter 87, 1900. 208

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    Constructive Criticisms Appreciated

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    Lord.” The Holy Spirit traced the

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    of revising The Great Controversy I

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    Chapter 19 The Incarnation The Comp

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    Humanity We cannot understand how C

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    his own life for us. He took upon h

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    the enemy was rebounding on himself

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    fallen man may so connect with God

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    people will follow this example, th

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    the ordeal through which Christ pas

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    flesh, but he carried the sickness

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    ecome, by accepting the ample provi

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    for all humanity to obey the laws o

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    fell, and endured the temptation in

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    power, guided the pens of the sacre

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    for sin but to be an example to man

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    and he could do this only in the wa

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    was not God that was tempted in the

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    command, he forfeited his life. Bef

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    the front at this conference, and a

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    The powers of darkness gather about

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    Character Perfected by Enoch and El

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    accurately, and the decisions will

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    In four of the addresses she set fo

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    Jesus has pledged his word; he will

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    truth must be preached with power f

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    souls, but the souls of others who

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    Those who hunger and thirst after r

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    heart. The idea prevails that Chris

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    as to the rounds of a ladder. Chris

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    will be nothing of this character i

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    This session, attended by ninety-on

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    White letter to Smith Sharp, writte

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    the law in Galatians and salvation

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    going into the field to carry the m

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    side with the messengers of God tha

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    God, and let the Spirit of God come

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    years after that notable conference

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    of those present to the love God ma

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    Many Refreshed, but Not all.—This

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    their way, and the light which I to

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    enlightenment of the Spirit of God,

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    drawing apart; there were differenc

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    message. Truths Ellen White Had Pre

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    it is Christless. The divine pictur

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    all who claim to be followers of Ch

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    the discourses were spiritless, tha

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    The only safety for the Israelites

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    I tried to make another effort. I h

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    I said, “Brethren, here is the ve

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    esult was just such as would be the

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    heart of the beholder ardent faith,

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    freedom and we believe that this me

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    discouraged. We trust in the Lord G

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    If God could have changed his law t

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    ealized that there was a work to be

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    faith, trusting alone to the effica

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    of their heavenly Father. They had

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    law. This is right. But we have onl

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    Christ Jesus: who, being in the for

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    have not been brought before the pe

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    heart. Here are the treasures of wi

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    understanding be opened to discover

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    longer be content with the meager d

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    Chapter 22 Emphasis on Salvation Th

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    for when we leave this earth, we sh

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    power of Christ, will make manifest

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    will come when we are asleep, and w

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    drawing him to Himself. He does not

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    does not produce good fruit. God ga

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    must not come to God until they hav

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    might impart to us his righteousnes

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    faith. It is all of Christ. All the

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    obedience. Those who claim to be sa

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    The Lord has bidden us to draw nigh

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    high calling. Self has found too mu

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    Why do we not dwell more upon this?

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    may become a part of the life. Thus

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    upon Christ, he will come unto us a

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    Excerpts from the timely address sh

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    Adventist Review) of April 24, 1975

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    members of the family are to be Chr

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    Some fathers and mothers are so ind

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    come in, and when you walk by the w

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    use it for school purposes. I hope

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    Chapter 24 Counsel Regarding Age of

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    as they please. Such children drift

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    ecause the Word of God could not be

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    Circumstances alter conditions. Cir

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    We could do the same as they have i

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    students, every one of us ought to

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    under a person who understands how

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    like your counsels concerning the u

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    some school privilege than to be ru

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    Now, my distress at the ruling with

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    Sister White: Yes, it is right that

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    the Sanitarium. It is presented to

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    have got to come to our senses and

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    No Stereotyped Plan in Education Th

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    and must be watched, and cannot act

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    surely find in your children; but i

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    Presented.—Here is the danger of

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    delights in. It is sorcery. The gre

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    Those who have the spirit of God, w

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    Chapter 27 The Grace of Courtesy In

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    upright, and trustworthy, and they

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    Jesus sat as an honored guest at th

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    oppressed, they know not where to t

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    do not be less courteous yourself.

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    Chapter 28 Dress and Adornment Bles

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    Review and Herald, November 17, 190

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    uneducated. Under Christ’s discip

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    In order to follow in the wake of f

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    Taste and Fitness and Durability.

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    deciding to obey the word of God, s

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    dress like other people. It is not

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    uy. The Lord is soon to come, and h

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    “Whereof I was made a minister,

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    That Right Impressions Might Be Mad

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    traced to the untidiness of the min

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    which they are not prepared to meet

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    the floor. The lower limbs were clo

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    The enemy would be pleased to get u

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    Chapter 29 The Sabbath: Guiding Pri

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    children. They run about the house,

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    appreciated. All fragments, jots, a

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    We told our friends that in the mat

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    children of this world are wiser in

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    Ordinances.—It is the commencemen

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    assistant in the White home in Batt

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    “As Mrs. E. G. White’s daughter

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    After the meeting closed I visited

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    the cars this morning, but circumst

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    Chapter 30 The Propriety of Varying

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    walking, and when you are busy with

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    Prayer.—At the close of my discou

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    character, et cetera.—The Review

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    those at the dining table bowed the

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    these things, and when the Lord saw

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    forth with their armies to battle.

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    it will be a benefit to the receive

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    any works upon health until I had w

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    [For an informative presentation on

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    Relation of the Vision to Writing a

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    our testimony when it is needed. I

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    preaching.... I saw that we should

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    followed by a 40-page chapter entit

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    aroused upon the health questions.

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    presented health reform in a manner

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    Guard Against Extremes We wish to p

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    the truth God has given us to bear

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    These evils, so prevalent, led me t

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    In the beginning animal food was no

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    stimulates unholy passions. Unhallo

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    special purpose of nourishing the b

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    soul sanctification. As a people, w

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    Chapter 35 Teaching Health Reform i

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    cannot hold a large amount. Better

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    Chapter 36 Sister White and Prayer

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    cease to transgress the laws of God

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    Seventh-day Adventists and Lawsuits

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    heaven. Those who are disloyal to G

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    When you engaged in that lawsuit ag

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    Do.—I have written largely in reg

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    Lawyers and Laodiceans To lean upon

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    Remember that the Lord will treat y

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    seems awful to me to think that you

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    standard, and pronounced wanting. T

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    emoved far from God in mind and spi

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    God Can Work Above his Laws.—Men

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    the adornments of the earth, as see

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    will not become exalted, till, in h

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    egard to God’s work. “Put off t

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    Chapter 39 Questions About the Save

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    and to mark the doorposts of their

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    temper and disposition would be rev

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    that we might come forth from the t

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    setting world.... The Sabbath was m

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    are all wrong. This theory of the d

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    Chapter 41 Memorials, Are They Prop

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    10:32. For his people in this gener

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    together as best we could. There ar

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    knowing that Christ has overcome th

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    lood, shed for the sinner, makes th

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    athwart your pathway; you cannot ex

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    Chapter 44 Specific Light on Garden

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    multiply. These pests must be kille

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    entire trust in God, assumes the ch

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    Chapter 46 Music and the Music Dire

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    Bodily exercise profiteth little. E

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    It Must Be “All in His Way.”—

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    How this gift has been debased! Whe

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    Chapter 47 Work in the Spirit of Pr

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    We have come to a point where God i

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    encouraging record that Enoch walke

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    dread what will come, but commit th

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    each for his own benefit, and this

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    Chapter 50 Disparaging the Pioneers

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    A Rebuke to an Adventist Author.—

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    God’s children are very precious

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    God will charge those who unwisely

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    pronounce judgment upon the men who

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    Review and Herald, April 3 and 10,

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    uncertain way, the people should no

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    We shall now have to meet and corre

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    them bear witness of the evil.... W

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    Communicated Like Leaven.—If Sata

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    Chapter 52 Sinlessness and Salvatio

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    could bear the sight. Only Those Fa

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    move our souls, till he is in us, a

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    ighteous, but sinners to repentance

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    Chapter 53 Study the Testimonies Li

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    Testimonies for themselves, they wo

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    not be deceived.—Manuscript 23, 1

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    Chapter 54 The Mackin Case Introduc

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    y Clarence C. Crisler, Ellen G. Whi

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    sanctification to live clean, whole

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    If we are in a delusion, we are hon

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    the plagues without a shelter. Rece

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    Ellen G. White: Our people—Sabbat

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    and the demons----- Now it is throu

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    eading this article, and where he c

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    unsealed. He commissions an angel t

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    presentation of the Word of the liv

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    Ellen G. White: Some would dance up

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    are easily led into fanaticism; and

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    many, many who must be sanctified;

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    through the Word—not feeling, not

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    On Casting Out Demons.—You have e

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    good will lead the Christian worker

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    I was shown that we must give no en

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    day Sabbath prominently into view a

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    y the delegates. Agitation for Sund

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    Hitherto hath the Lord helped us, a

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    can to avert pressure that is being

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    to exalt the sabbath instituted by

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    Sunday Amendment in the United Stat

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    Shall men cry, Peace and safety, no

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    place ourselves on the side of the

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    in this last remnant of time he is

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    make right decisions, even in the f

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    earth, and are but faint representa

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    the beast. These shall make war wit

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    come out of the mouth of the dragon

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    either case—for or against.... Go

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    “Sunday Labor.”] We should not

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    The world has been advancing from o

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    learn discretion; then there is dan

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    to have trust in God and not begin

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    enemies. If there is the acceptance

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    Men are inspired by Satan to execut

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    who choose, as many did in Christ

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    Chapter 56 As We Near the End Misle

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    some of the marks of truth. Just as

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    Messages.—The third angel is repr

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    who thought to change times and law

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    Temptations will come upon us. Iniq

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    account God and Jesus Christ whom H

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    Satan and his Angels Mingle With Ap

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    of believers will work in our ranks

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    see all kinds of character develope

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    glory of God. “Another angel” i

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    discern the very things that it poi

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    for fasting and prayer.... We Are N

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    God. In proportion to their guilt w

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    United in Desperate Companionship.

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    “men’s hearts failing them for

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    fraud. God will avenge the widows a

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    Isaiah, and Ezekiel not only spoke

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    they cannot hurt the soul.” “Be

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    of actions to distinguish themselve

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    are breaking, and teaching others t

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    All who will exalt and worship the

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    law of Jehovah. God’s law is set

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    contest without a desperate struggl

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    God Will Try Us.—Before giving us

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    threatening to destroy us. They rid

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    A voice said, “Jesus, who is seat

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    “They have come from the mountain

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    pangs of death were the last things

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    Appendix A The Great Controversy—

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    introduced, to take the place of th

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    according to the clearness and beau

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    lasphemous decrees against religion

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    Brother White said: “Since the pr

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    over. A portion of this was printed

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    congregation before her; and she ha

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    Washington, but in California, and

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    To the Members of the Publication C

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    going on in our day. While Mother w

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    subject. Consequently Mother has wr

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