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782 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 19.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah, who renewed the glorious Messianic promise of deliverance through the sacrifice of the Son of the Most High. See Genesis 22:9, 16-18. Here, when David …

783 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 26.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… from Jehovah to bow before the idols of the heathen.

784 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 36.3 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah came to be known throughout the nations as “Solomon's temple.” The human agent had taken to himself the glory that belonged to the One “higher than …

785 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 38.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Revenue was greatly increased, but at what a cost! Through the cupidity of those to whom had been entrusted the oracles of God, the countless multitudes who thronged the highways of travel were allowed to remain in ignorance of Jehovah.

786 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 49.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… to Jehovah. He was naturally headstrong, confident, self-willed, and inclined to idolatry; nevertheless, had he placed his trust wholly in God, he would have …

787 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 53.4 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah suddenly became withered and could not be withdrawn. Terror-stricken, the king appealed to the prophet: “Entreat now the face of the Lord thy God …

788 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 56.1 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah was finally to be fulfilled.

789 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 57.5 (Ellen Gould White)

… in Jehovah. Setting his forces in battle array, he sought the help of God.

790 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 60.5 (Ellen Gould White)

… from Jehovah, yet the Lord in compassion still yearned after those who had been led into sin, and He was about to send them one of the mightiest of His prophets …

791 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 63.4 (Ellen Gould White)

… defying Jehovah. Tidings of Elijah's denunciation of the sins of Israel and his prophecy of swift-coming punishment quickly spread throughout the land …

792 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 65.1 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah. The infuriated woman massacred many; but not all perished. Obadiah, the governor of Ahab's house, “took an hundred prophets,” and at the risk of his …

794 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 76.1 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah. He was apparently defenseless in the presence of the monarch, the prophets of Baal, the men of war, and the surrounding thousands. But around him …

795 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 76.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah and then on the multitude, Elijah cried out in trumpet tones, “How long halt ye between two opinions? if the Lord be God, follow Him: but if Baal, then follow …

796 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 76.3 (Ellen Gould White)

… to Jehovah. Deception and blindness had overspread Israel, not all at once but gradually. Each departure from rightdoing, each refusal to repent, had deepened …

797 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 78.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Gladly would Satan have helped those who were devoted to his service. Gladly would he have sent lightning to kindle their sacrifice. But Jehovah had set Satan's bounds, and he could not convey one spark to Baal's altar.

798 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 91.4 (Ellen Gould White)

… in Jehovah during the years of drought, in a moment of weariness allowed the fear of death to overcome his faith in God.

799 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 92.1 (Ellen Gould White)

So it is today, when we are encompassed with doubt or afflicted by poverty or distress, Satan seeks to shake our confidence in Jehovah. He tempts us to distrust God, to question His love. He hopes to discourage the soul and break our hold on God.

800 From Splendor to Shadow, p. 98.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah. Violence and crime are the result of turning aside from the path of obedience.