Ellen G. White: The Australian Years: 1891-1900 (vol. 4)


Breaking Camp

Thoroughly weary but with a sigh of nostalgia, Ellen White wrote on Monday, January 29: 4BIO 124.1

In a few hours we leave this pleasant spot, where the Lord has manifested His power and His presence in a marked manner. I have spoken sixteen times during this meeting, besides having considerable to say in the ministers’ meetings. The meetings that have been held here have drawn heart to heart. A feeling of tenderness and love has been manifested throughout. The discourses have been given with power. Many have seen great light, and there has been manifested a hunger of soul for the truth, precious truth. Some have not missed a meeting....The camp meeting has been in every way a success. We wish there were many more workers to take right hold and follow up the interest.—Manuscript 4, 1894. 4BIO 124.2