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1841 True Education, p. 32.5 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah. The great truths set forth by the types in the service of the sanctuary were brought to view, and faith grasped the central object of all that system …

1842 True Education, p. 33.5 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah, were erected gigantic images and altars for the service of heathen deities.

1843 True Education, p. 37.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… of Jehovah, were captives to Babylon, that the vessels of God’s house had been placed in the temple of the gods of Babylon, that the king of Israel was himself …

1844 True Education, p. 37.3 (Ellen Gould White)

… to Jehovah forbade them to participate in such homage.

1845 True Education, p. 44.2 (Ellen Gould White)

… to Jehovah as “the Unknown God” whom his hearers ignorantly worshiped, and in words quoted from a poet of their own he pictures Him as a Father whose children …

1847 Unlikely Leaders, p. 54.6 (Ellen Gould White)

… . But Jehovah was no longer to be found in that lovely place. When Christ looked on the interior of the temple for the last time, He said, “See, your house is left to …

1848 There Shines A Light, p. 6.6 (Arthur Whitefield Spalding)

… than Jehovah God, had prophets. But because Israel had the most notable prophets, who taught the ways of the true God; and because those prophets foretold the …

1849 A Gift of Light, p. 9.2 (Roger W. Coon)

… the Jehovah’s Witnesses, they often conduct their door-to-door missionary endeavor in pairs (as Christ Himself recommended). And with the Christian Scientists …

1850 A Prophet Among You, p. 117.3 (T. Housel Jemison)

… :2. Jehovah heard the complaint and punished Miriam by smiting her with leprosy. Her subsequent healing did not in the least detract from the severity of the …