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301 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 7, p. 29.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... earth in human nature to make it possible for us to unite our humanity to His divinity? He became poor that we might come into possession of the heavenly treasure, “a far ...

302 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 7, p. 49.3 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ died that the life of man might be bound up with His life in the union of divinity and humanity. He came to our world and lived a divine-human life, in order that the lives of men and women might be as harmonious as God designs them to be. The Saviour calls upon you to deny self and take up the cross. Then nothing will prevent the development of the whole being. The daily experience will reveal healthy, harmonious action.

303 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 7, p. 221.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... for the lost race was manifested in all that He said and did. He clothed His divinity with humanity, that He might stand among human beings as one of them, a sharer ...

304 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 8, p. 202.1 (Ellen Gould White)

While upon this earth, the Son of God was the Son of man; yet there were times when His divinity flashed forth. Thus it was when He said to the paralytic: “Be of good cheer; thy sins be forgiven thee.” Matthew 9:2.

305 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 8, p. 255.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Nature was their lessonbook. In the Garden of Eden the existence of God was demonstrated, His attributes were revealed, in the objects of nature that surrounded them. Everything upon which their eyes rested spoke to them. The invisible things of God, “even His everlasting power and divinity,” were clearly seen, being understood by the things that were made.

306 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 8, p. 265.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ, the Light of the world, veiled the dazzling splendor of His divinity and came to live as a man among men, that they might, without being consumed, become acquainted with their Creator. No man has seen God at any time except as He is revealed through Christ.

307 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 8, p. 325.1 (Ellen Gould White)

He who has a knowledge of God and His word has a settled faith in the divinity of the Holy Scriptures. He does not test the Bible by man's ideas of science. He brings these ideas to the test of the unerring standard. He knows that God's word is truth, and truth can never contradict itself; whatever in the teaching of so-called science contradicts the truth of God's revelation is mere human guesswork.

308 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 68.2 (Ellen Gould White)

The Father and the Son each have a personality. Christ declared: “I and My Father are one.” Yet it was the Son of God who came to the world in human form. Laying aside His royal robe and kingly crown, He clothed His divinity with humanity, that humanity through His infinite sacrifice might become partakers of the divine nature and escape the corruption that is in the world through lust.

309 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 105.1 (Ellen Gould White)

... of Him who came to the earth that His divine power might be the heritage of every believing soul? It was thus that the divinity of Christ was to become effectual in ...

310 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 185.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... this earth to reveal what God is to men. Leaving the royal courts, and clothing His divinity with humanity, He came to the world Himself, in our behalf to work out a ...

311 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 208.3 (Ellen Gould White)

... the light upon those who are in darkness as to what is truth? Christ clothed His divinity with humanity, that He might reach down and uplift fallen human beings. Shall not ...

312 Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 279.1 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ clothed His divinity with humanity and lived a life of prayer and self-denial, and of daily battle with ...

313 Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, p. 124.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... , as Thou hast loved Me.” Christ brought human nature into a personal relation with His own divinity. Thus He has given a center for the faith of the universe to fasten upon ...

314 Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, p. 177.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... from heaven, where all was riches and splendor; but He laid aside His royal crown, His royal robe, and clothed His divinity with humanity. Why? That He might meet men where they were. He ...

315 Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, p. 252.4 (Ellen Gould White)

... know that we are believers in Christ, that we do believe in the divinity of Christ and in His preexistence. Let the testimony of the world's Redeemer be dwelt upon. “I ...

316 Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, p. 391.1 (Ellen Gould White)

... alway, even unto the end of the world.” He walked once a man on earth, His divinity clothed with humanity, a suffering, tempted man, beset with Satan's devices. He was tempted ...

317 Testimonies to Southern Africa, p. 36.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Was the life of the Prince of life and glory without trial? No. He was a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. Not a pang that rent His lowly heart, not an insult that was heaped upon His head, not a privation that He was called to endure, but was all open before Him before He laid aside His royal crown, His royal robe, and stepped down from the throne to clothe His divinity with humanity.

318 Testimonies to Southern Africa, p. 58.4 (Ellen Gould White)

... . Each is to work under the supervision of God. By Christ's wonderful union of divinity with humanity, we are assured that even in this world we may be partakers of ...

319 Testimony Treasures, vol. 1, p. 468.1 (Ellen Gould White)

... souls? This question is answered by the example of Christ. He left His royalty, laid aside His glory, sacrificed His riches, and clothed His divinity with humanity, that He might reach men where they were ...

320 Testimony Treasures, vol. 1, p. 551.3 (Ellen Gould White)

God has given man a part to act in accomplishing the salvation of his fellow men. He can work in connection with Christ by doing acts of mercy and beneficence. But he cannot redeem them, not being able to satisfy the claims of insulted justice. This the Son of God alone can do, by laying aside His honor and glory, clothing His divinity with humanity, and coming to earth to humiliate Himself and shed His blood in behalf of the human race.

321 Testimony Treasures, vol. 2, p. 342.1 (Ellen Gould White)

... precious treasures, that we may look upon them continually. The Son of God leaving His Father's throne, clothing His divinity with humanity, that He might rescue man from the power of Satan ...

322 Testimony Treasures, vol. 3, p. 99.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ died that the life of man might be bound up with His life in the union of divinity and humanity. He came to our world and lived a divine-human life, in order that the lives of men and women might be as harmonious as God designs them to be. The Saviour calls upon you to deny self and take up the cross. Then nothing will prevent the development of the whole being. The daily experience will reveal healthy, harmonious action.

323 Testimony Treasures, vol. 3, p. 263.4 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ, the Light of the world, veiled the dazzling splendor of His divinity and came to live as a man among men, that they might, without being consumed, become acquainted with their Creator. No man has seen God at any time except as He is revealed through Christ.

324 Testimony Treasures, vol. 3, p. 339.3 (Ellen Gould White)

... of Him who came to the earth that His divine power might be the heritage of every believing soul? It was thus that the divinity of Christ was to become effectual in ...

325 Testimony Treasures, vol. 3, p. 383.1 (Ellen Gould White)

... this earth to reveal what God is to men. Leaving the royal courts, and clothing His divinity with humanity, He came to the world Himself, in our behalf to work out a ...

326 Testimony Treasures, vol. 3, p. 426.1 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ clothed His divinity with humanity and lived a life of prayer and self-denial, and of daily battle with ...

327 From Trials to Triumph, p. 279.1 (Ellen Gould White)

None need fail of attaining, in his sphere, to perfection of Christian character. God places before us the example of Christ's character. In His humanity, perfected by a life of constant resistance of evil, the Saviour showed that through cooperation with Divinity, human beings may in this life attain to perfection of character. We may obtain complete victory.

328 From Trials to Triumph, p. 290.3 (Ellen Gould White)

... Christ, was sufficient for salvation. Some held that Christ was a good man, but denied His divinity. Some, living in transgression, were bringing heresies into the church. Many were being led into ...

329 The Truth About Angels, p. 164.3 (Ellen Gould White)

“When they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary His mother, and fell down, and worshiped Him.” Beneath the lowly guise of Jesus, they recognized the presence of Divinity.—The Desire of Ages, 61-63.

330 The Truth About Angels, p. 170.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... among the witnesses. He saw the Father's glory overshadowing His Son. He heard the voice of Jehovah testifying to the divinity of Jesus. Ever since Adam's sin, the human race ...

331 The Truth About Angels, p. 172.3 (Ellen Gould White)

Satan reasoned with Christ thus: If the words spoken after His baptism were indeed the words of God, that He was the Son of God, He need not bear the sensations of hunger; He could give him proofs of His divinity by showing His power in changing the stones of that barren wilderness into bread.—Redemption or the First Advent of Christ With His Life and Ministry, 48.

332 The Truth About Angels, p. 177.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Calling him [Satan] by his true name, Jesus rebukes the deceiver. Divinity flashed through suffering humanity, and He made manifest through His word the authority of heaven. He reveals to the deceiver that, though he had resumed the disguise of an angel of light, his true character was not hidden from the Saviour of the world. He called him Satan, the angel of darkness, who had left his first estate, and had refused allegiance to God.—The Signs of the Times, March 28, 1895.

333 The Truth About Angels, p. 182.2 (Ellen Gould White)

... synagogue responded to the gracious words that proceeded from His lips. Here was the turning point with that company. As Christ's divinity flashed through humanity, their spiritual sight was quickened. A ...

334 The Truth About Angels, p. 190.3 (Ellen Gould White)

Christ could have commanded the stone to remove, and it would have obeyed His voice. He could have bidden the angels who were close by His side to do this. At His bidding, invisible hands would have removed the stone. But it was to be taken away by human hands. Thus Christ would show that humanity is to cooperate with divinity. What human power can do divine power is not summoned to do.—The Desire of Ages, 535.

335 The Truth About Angels, p. 209.3 (Ellen Gould White)

He who said, “I lay down my life, that I might take it again,” came forth from the grave to life that was in Himself. Humanity died; divinity did not die. In His divinity, Christ possessed the power to break the bonds of death.—The Youth's Instructor, August 4, 1898.

336 The Voice in Speech and Song, p. 276.3 (Ellen Gould White)

... to the world. That we might become acquainted with His divine character and life, Christ took our nature and dwelt among us. Divinity was revealed in humanity; the invisible glory in the ...