Manuscript Releases, vol. 9 [Nos. 664-770]
MR No. 701—Materials Appearing in 3SM
MR No. 702—Preparing the E. G. White Books
As Marian Davis’ life was coming to a close in 1904, Ellen White made another reference to her faithful work, stating: 9MR 110.1
We have stood side by side in the work, and in perfect harmony in that work. And when she would be gathering up the precious jots and tittles that had come in papers and books, and present it to me, “Now,” she would say, “there is something wanted. I cannot supply it.”
I would look it over, and in one moment I could trace the line right out. We worked together, just worked together in perfect harmony all the time.—Manuscript 95, 1904.
Ellen White herself, on October 5, 1907, in an interview made mention of how at times she was instructed: 9MR 110.2
Now I have light, mostly in the night season, just as if the whole thing were transacting, and I viewing it, and as I am listening to the conversation.—Manuscript 105, 1907, p. 3.
Washington, D. C.,
March 1, 1979.