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1 With God at Dawn, p. 37.5 (Ellen Gould White)

The perception of God’s love works the renunciation of selfishness. In calling God our Father, we recognize all His children as our brethren. We are all a part of the great web of humanity, all members of one family. In our petitions we are to include our neighbors as well as ourselves. No one prays aright who seeks a blessing for himself alone.—Mount of Blessing, pp. 154, 155.

2 With God at Dawn, p. 317.3 (Ellen Gould White)

It is the work of the angels to come close to the tried, the suffering, the tempted. They labor untiringly in behalf of those for whom Christ died.—Acts of the Apostles, pp. 153, 154.

3 Manuscript Releases, vol. 2 [Nos. 97-161], p. 72.1 (Ellen Gould White)

When I first visited the South I learned many things regarding the work that had been done there, and when I can do so I will have a history of that work published. Those who did not take part in it cannot fully understand how much of self-denial and sacrifice it called for.—Letter 154, 1907, pp. 1-3. (To J. S. Washburn, April 17, 1907.)

4 Manuscript Releases, vol. 4 [Nos. 210-259], p. 29.3 (Ellen Gould White)

We must not treat the colored people as if God had no message for them. Become acquainted with the teachers. Encourage them in their work, and take a part with them in their labors when this is possible. The gospel in its simplicity is to be presented to this people. If you will labor in the spirit of Christ, conversions to the truth will be the result of this work.—Letter 154, 1907, pp. 1, 2, 3. (To J. S. Washburn, April 17, 1907.)

5 Manuscript Release No. 926, p. 72.3 (Ellen Gould White)

Letter 154, 1896, pp. 1, 2. (To “Children,” August 2, 1896)—Fannie failed me and she has been ...

6 The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 67 (Ellen Gould White)

DateAddressee/TitleFile NumberPage 1845 Dec. 20Enoch JacobsLt 1, 184585 1846 Feb. 15Enoch JacobsLt 1, 184696 Apr. 6“To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad.” BroadsideMs 1, 1846101 1847 Apr. 7Joseph Bates (“A Vision.” Broadside.)Lt 1, 1847112 Apr. 21Eli CurtisLt 2, 1847118 May 30Publication of A Word to the “Little Flock” July 13Joseph BatesLt 3, 1847124 Aug. 25Elvira HastingsLt 4, 1847133 1848 Nov. 18, 19Utterances During VisionsMs 1, 1848134 Dec. 18“Scattered Remnant”Lt 2, 1848138 1849 Jan. ...

7 The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 77 (Ellen Gould White)

File NumberDateAddressee/TitlePage 1845 Lt 1, 1845Dec. 20Enoch Jacobs85 Ms 1, 1845c. 1859Refiled as Ms 9, 1859 Ms 2, 1845c. 1859Refiled as Ms 10, 1859 1846 Lt 1, 1846Feb. 15Enoch Jacobs96 Ms 1, 1846Apr. 6“To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad.” Broadside.101 1847 Lt 1, 1847Apr. 7Joseph Bates “A Vision.” Broadside.112 Lt 2, 1847Apr. 21Eli Curtis118 Lt 3, 1847July 13Joseph Bates124 Lt 4, 1847Aug. 25Elvira Hastings133 1848 Lt 1, 1848May 29Refiled as Lt 8, 1849171 Lt 2, 1848Dec. 18“Scattered ...

8 The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 797.3 (Ellen Gould White)

... . Thomas, A Twentieth Century History of Allegan County, Michigan (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1907), pp. 87, 88; Herbert I. Brackett, Brackett Genealogy: Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth and Captain ...

9 The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 809.3 (Ellen Gould White)

... .H., and Kindred Families and Individuals (Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1853), p. 154; Charles Henry Wight, Genealogy of the Claflin Family, Being a Record of Robert Mackclothian, of ...

10 The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 832.1 (Ellen Gould White)

... .org; Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book (1930), vol. 113, p. 154. J. N. Loughborough, Rise and Progress, pp. 199, 200; Ellen G. White, Lt 14, 1860 (Nov. 19); Lt 1a ...

11 Ellen G. White: The Later Elmshaven Years: 1905-1915 (vol. 6), p. 148.5 (Arthur Lacey White)

... they were thankful to have the information which had thus been given.”—34 WCW, pp. 153, 154.

12 Ellen G. White and Her Critics, p. 695.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Volume 1 was reprinted in 1882 with an altered title (Sketches From, the Life of Christ, and the Experience of the Christian Church), with a publisher’s preface in addition to the original introduction. 154 pp. In the same year it was combined with another work in Early Writings, which see.

13 Ellen G. White and Her Critics, p. 697.8 (Ellen Gould White)

Early Writings of Mrs. White. Battle Creek: Review and Herald; also Oakland: Pacific Press, 1882. 71, 40, 154 pp.

14 Messenger of the Lord, p. 549.7 (Ellen Gould White)

69. Elmshaven, CA—Apr. 30, 1901: Warning to Dr. J. H. Kellogg regarding overbuilding the new sanitarium (Bio., vol. 5, pp. 153, 154).

15 The Fannie Bolton Story, p. 72 (Ellen Gould White)

Letter 154, 1896, pp. 1, 2. (To “Children,” August 2, 1896.)

16 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.6

FE 504; PP 92-7; 3SG 65-6; 4aSG 154; SR 63-4

17 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.26

COL 269; FE 286-7, 504-5; PP 140-1, 154, 363, 370; RC 194.1; 3SG 296; SR 146, 148

18 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.28

AA 153, 512; CC 64.1; DA 206, 311; GC 19; LHU 207.3, 239.4; 2MCP 462.2; ML 156; OHC 11.4, 66; PP 568; RC 204.5; 3SM 154.2; 5T 539; 6T 93, 147; TMK 21, 82.4

19 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Exodus.25

AA 564; CT 59-60, 62; DA 23, 208; EW 251-3; Ed 35, 258; FE 315; GW 254; GC 411-5, 417; MYP 303; PP 313-4, 343, 356; PK 61; 2SM 173; 1BC 1108; 2BC 1027, 1030; 6BC 1063, 1095; 3SG 273; 4aSG 5, 113, 154; SR 151, 194, 376-7; 7T 94

20 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Exodus.35

CT 59-60; FE 315; GC 414; MM 154; OHC 43.4; PP 343; PK 62-3; 2SM 174-5; 2BC 1027; 4aSG 5, 154-5