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Miracles in My Life - J. N. Loughborough

the gift of prophecy has

the gift of prophecy has arisen from those who have been reproved for defects of character, for wrong habits, or for some wrong course in their manner of life. Many of the reproved would protest that they were not as bad as the testimony represented them, but time has shown that the great majority of those who renounced their faith, leave the ranks entirely. On the other hand, by heeding the counsels given through the spirit of prophecy, and moving forward in the Lord's strength, the message is fast making its way to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people. Of the progress in the past we can say that God's Word has been verified, "No weapon formed against thee shall prosper." Truly, the hand of God has been manifest in the success attending the rise and progress of this great Advent movement. Rural Health Retreat on Howell Mountain near St. Helena, California. In this area Elder Loughborough spent his retirement years, and died in 1924, at the age of 92. On this site now stands 248

the St. Helena Hospital and Health Center. Notes: 1. General Conference Bulletin, 2-12-1897 2. Review and Herald, 7-14-1896, p. 442, W 7- 10-1906, p. 420 3. Rise and Progress of S.D.A., p. 383-92 4. Upon his arrival in London by train, Elder Loughborough did not immediately call for his trunk, but went directly to the home of Elder W. A. Spicer. The next day, accompanied by Elder J. O. Corliss, also a guest at the Spicer home, he returned to the railway station to call for his trunk which contained his clothing and a manuscript of a book he was writing. To his bitter disappointment, it could not be found. The stationmaster asked, "Did you claim your luggage at the train on your arrival?" "I did not think it necessary," the distraught man replied. 249

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    MIRACLES IN MY LIFE J. N. Loughboro

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    The material in this manuscript com

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    "Shall we send for a doctor?" someo

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    Chapter 1 My Early Years Many have

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    tuning fork. As he placed this to h

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    In the winter of 1837, the night af

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    allowed any water or fresh air. Whe

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    galvanic battery of copper and zinc

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    at last it came in a very peculiar

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    Chapter 2 A Time for Decision As we

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    y the reply, "I am bound for the la

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    Lord was expected, sawing wood. I f

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    and as there was to be more meeting

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    free and could say, I know that the

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    to others the precious truths I had

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    Chapter 3 Teen-Age Preacher The nei

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    preacher, they welcomed me heartily

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    ight away." As soon as I was seated

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    interested in what I preached the n

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    taken offense at my teaching of imm

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    for it completely left me. In the s

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    I prayed much about the matter. The

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    Notes: 1. Youth Instructor, Jan. 18

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    had seen in my dream, and as Elder

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    for the third angel's message, and

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    distinct sentences; yet by the clos

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    the First-day Adventists, but suppo

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    are we going to do?" I replied, "I

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    On the next Sabbath (Dec. 18) there

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    Notes: 1. Review and Herald, 2-12-1

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    further circulate our appointment.

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    there in December. During the winte

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    2,300 days. This was printed on the

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    When I reached the home of Cyrenius

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    traveling about the country with a

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    mates; one was nearsighted and the

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    seatmates, and whispering, "Just as

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    doctrine of sanctification. In the

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    he took her to the interpreter. "He

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    lakeside and there learned that the

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    Southwick. The man said, "He lives

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    given them a chance to speak. After

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    you brethren leave without taking m

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    Sabbath." They remained faithful th

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    his train, we spent the afternoon a

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    trainmen. Even more mysterious to t

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    alternately with me in that meeting

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    grounds besides those on foot and o

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    tent and wagon for New York. They a

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    Our second effort was in the city o

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    situation was told them. Through th

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    they will be at war among themselve

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    In May, 1856, Brethren Ingraham, Co

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    diminish what little money I had. A

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    Chapter 8 "What Doest Thou Here, El

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    Then she repeated the question a th

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    neighborhood turned out and broke t

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    earnest study of the matter togethe

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    Soon after reaching home, I sold my

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    "I like Elder Loughborough's preach

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    all that it was the Lord's meeting,

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    Chapter 9 Organization and the Civi

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    legally. During the summer of 1860,

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    28 to October 1, it was arranged th

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    announcing that my child is very si

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    heart and pulse are regular, but th

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    and stripes. While there, soldiers

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    opened with prayer, it did not occu

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    her arm. You can try it if you wish

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    confidence in him. It would be bett

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    it will be fatal; his eternal desti

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    Chapter 10 The Marion Rebellion In

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    entering upon any business, there b

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    seats were first taken across. Then

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    from the brain congestion, but rema

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    Michigan and found Elder White stil

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    manufacturing corporations, and suc

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    one-half years. So I left with a th

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    slumber with her little one sweetly

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    tracts do some missionary work. The

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    together and separately until the d

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    Our steamer arrived at San Francisc

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    dreamed that the two men were the o

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    dream. When he saw us coming, he sa

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    next series there, so on Nov. 4, we

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    While we were at Piner, an evangeli

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    had occurred. I saw Elder and Mrs.

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    Taking my wife along, we left befor

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    Great was the astonishment of the p

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    is not immortal!" When I made refer

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    shut the windows and doors of the s

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    Chapter 12 A Testimony Perfectly Ti

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    addressing you as The Elders at the

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    until we had sent him a copy of eve

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    Kellogg, who had just moved here, w

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    During the winter of 1870-71, Elder

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    ight in the position you have taken

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    At that time it required nine days

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