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... the Lord God of heaven and His law are to be exalted.—Counsels to Editors, pp. 45, 46. (1896).
... . Ogg, Source Book of Medieval History (New York: American Book Co., 1907), ch. 6, sec. 45, pp. 262-264; and Oliver J. Thatcher and Edgar H. McNeal, Source Book for Medieval History (New ...
... of private nature to man, do not breathe them to any soul.—Our Camp Meetings, pp 44, 45, 1892. (Counsels on Health, 373, 374.)
And now I will say farewell till we meet you. Do not leave Battle Creek till I shall see you.—Letter 45, 1879, pp. 1-3. (To “Dear Sister Edith Donaldson,” March 22, 1879.)
God has plainly revealed to me that our faith as Seventh-day Adventists is to stand before the world clear and distinct in all our institutions. The truth is losing its peculiar, holy character in the sanitarium in America. It is changing.—Letter 45, 1900, pp. 1-8. (To Dr. J. H. Kellogg, March 12, 1900.)
... see afar off, and hath forgotten that he was purged from his old sins.”—Manuscript 45, 1900, pp. 6, 7. (“What Is the Chaff to the Wheat?” April 28, 1900.)
Mary Clough feels that she cannot break off from this book again. She wants to see it completed. We will therefore do our utmost to accomplish this object and as soon as done, come right along.—Letter 45, 1876, pp. 1, 2. (To W. C. White and wife, October 19, 1876.)
Many will depend as long as they have anything to depend on, and God knows better than short-sighted mortals what is best for the creatures He has created. He would not have transgressors and the worst kind of humanity consuming the revenue He has appointed to sustain those who shall be refused work because they keep the law of God.—Letter 45, 1900, pp. 2, 8-10, 14, 16-18. (To J. H. Kellogg, March 12, 1900.)
... am in the way of duty. It is fearfully oppressive, yet God will sustain.—Letter 45, 1878, pp. 1, 2. (Post card to James White.)
Mary Clough feels that she cannot break off from this book again. She wants to see it completed. We will therefore do our utmost to accomplish this object and as soon as [it is] done, come right along.—Letter 45, 1876, pp. 1, 2.
... Lord's people here are doing their very best and we are fully satisfied.—Manuscript 45, 1890, 1-2 (Diary 16, pp. 290-291).
I spoke in the afternoon from John 17. The Lord gave me much of His Holy Spirit. The house was full. I called those forward who wished to seek the Lord more earnestly and for those who wished to give themselves to the Lord a whole sacrifice. For a time not one made a move, but after a while many came forward and bore testimonies of confession. We had a precious season of prayer and all felt broken down, weeping and confessing their sins.—Manuscript 45, 1890, 3-4, 6 (Diary 16, pp. 294, 299).
... moved from their positions during the one hour and a half I was speaking.—Manuscript 45, 1890, 6-7 (Diary 16, pp. 300-301).
... . We could do no more. But we were disappointed at the reluctance to move.—Manuscript 45, 1890, 8 (Diary 16, pp. 302-303).
... Extracts from published sources Music MS-13401/00/00 Extracts from 1T, 2T, 3T, 4T, RH, PP, and Ms 157, 1899 Union and Organization MS-13501/00/00 Extracts from published sources Letters ...
... of Parents to Their Children”See The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, Sept. 19, 1854, pp. 45, 46 Dec. 16Brethren and SistersLt 5, 1854442 WinterMary LoughboroughLt 6, 1854446 1855 May 5FragmentsMs 3 ...
Picture: Ellen White added two pages of explanatory notes to her first book in March 1853. See Early Writings, pp. 45, 85, 86.
Article published in The Advent Review, and Sabbath Herald, vol. 6, no. 6, September 19, 1854, pp. 45, 46.
... Battle Creek (PH097) (Battle Creek, Mich.: Steam Press of the Seventh-day Adventist Pub. Assn., 1868), pp. 45, 46; Ms 7, 1859 (Sept. 2 entry); Lt 7, 1859 (Sept. 24); Lt 19, 1859 ...
... Village, Battle Creek, Michigan. See also: obituary: “Betsey White” (“My Mother”), Review, Jan. 24, 1871, pp. 45, 47; obituary: “John White” (“The Venerable Dead”), Review, July 18, 1871, p. 36; John Williams ...