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Before returning to his people, Balaam uttered a most beautiful and sublime prophecy of the world's Redeemer and the final destruction of the enemies of God: “I shall see Him, but not now: I shall behold Him, but not nigh:
There shall come a Star out of Jacob, and a Scepter shall rise out of Israel, And shall smite the corners of Moab, and destroy all the children of Sheth.”
And he closed by predicting the complete destruction of Moab and Edom, of Amalek and the Kenites, thus leaving to the Moabitish king no ray of hope.
Disappointed in his hopes of wealth and promotion, in disfavor with the king, and conscious that he had incurred the displeasure of God, Balaam returned from …
He immediately returned to the land of Moab and laid his plans before the king. The Moabites themselves were convinced that so long as Israel remained true …
Balaam witnessed the success of his diabolical scheme. He saw the curse of God visited upon His people, and thousands falling under His judgments; but the …
… Prophets, 451, 452 .
A previous conception, sentiment, or opinion; an apprehension of something future (PP 451).
From 1919 to his death in 1937, W. C. White’s contribution to the facts surrounding the prophetic ministry of his mother was enormously helpful. Moon, W. C. White and E. G. White, pp. 451-456.
At the 1913 General Conference, W. C. White spoke clearly about many aspects of his mother’s writing ministry, including how The Desire of Ages was written. See pp. 450, 451; General Conference Daily Bulletin, June 1, 1913 .
Ashtoreth (Ashtaroth), Balaam’s plan to lead Israel into PP 451
Baal, Balaam seduced Israel into PP 451, 453-61
Balaam, covetousness led to ruin of 1BC 1116; PP 439-40, 451; 4aSG 43-4
Balaam, Messiah’s coming foretold by DA 59-60; PK 684; PP 451
Balaam, presentiment of, that his end was near PP 451-2
Balaam, slain with Midianites by Israel PP 451, 456; 4aSG 50
Balaam, Spirit forsook PP 451; 4aSG 48-9
Balaam, success of, in enticing Israel GC 529-30; PP 451, 454; 4aSG 49-50; 5T 599
Christ, Balaam’s prophecy re PP 451
Covetousness, Balaam gave himself up to PP 439, 451; 4aSG 43-4