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1 The Desire of Ages, p. 729.1 (Ellen Gould White)

A large company of the priests and elders had accompanied Christ to Herod. And when the Saviour was brought in, these dignitaries, all speaking excitedly …

2 The Desire of Ages, p. 729.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Herod questioned Christ in many words, but throughout the Saviour maintained a profound silence. At the command of the king, the decrepit and maimed were …

3 The Desire of Ages, p. 729.3 (Ellen Gould White)

Herod promised that if Christ would perform some miracle in his presence, He should be released. Christ's accusers had seen with their own eyes the mighty …

4 The Pocket Ellen G. White Dictionary, p. mien.2 (Jud Lake & Michael W. Campbell)

A person’s outward look indicating one’s *character or mood. Ellen G. White described some biblical characters as having a “noble mien” (PP 729) or a “dignified mien” (DA 223).

5 The Gift of Prophecy, p. 294.1 (Dr. Alberto Timm & Dwain Esmond)

… ), 2:729-753. Rudolf Bultmann, Neues Testament und Mythologie. Das Problem der Entmythologisierung der neutestamentlichen Verkündigung (Munich: Chr. Kaiser …

6 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Topical Index), Christ.2779

Christ, worked no miracle: in His own behalf DA 119, 729; EW 174

7 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Topical Index), Christ.4884

Christ, serene before Herod Antipas DA 729

8 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Topical Index), Miracle, Miracles.102

Miracle, Miracles, before Herod Antipas DA 729; EW 173-4