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Life Sketches of Ellen G White / White, Ellen G / (HB/1943-1956/B+/USED)

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Condition note: Book is in very sturdy gently used for its age. Is lightly marked.

<p>These sketches are largely autobiographical. Written simply, they record in vivid manner her remarkable experiences as the accepted mouthpiece of the Advent Movement.</p>

 

Table of Contents

I. CHILDHOOD
Misfortune
Education

II. CONVERSION
Early Impressions
A Spiritual Revival
Righteousness by Faith
The Burden Lifted
"In Newness of Life"
Uniting with the Methodist Church

III. STRIVINGS AGAINST DOUBT
The Advent Cause in Portland
In Perplexity over Sanctification
The Doctrine of Eternal Punishment

IV. BEGINNING OF PUBLIC LABORS
Dream of Temple and Lamb
Dream of Seeing Jesus
Friendly Sympathy and Counsel
My First Public Prayer
A View of the Father's Love
Bearing Testimony
Laboring for Young Friends

V. SEPARATION FROM THE CHURCH
Doctrinal Differences
The Hope of the Second Advent
Last Testimony in Class Meeting
Spreading the Advent Message
The Immortality Question
The Pastor's Visit
The Church Trial

VI. THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF 1843-44
Meetings in Beethoven Hall
An Exhortation by Elder Brown
Joyous Expectancy
Days of Perplexity
An Error in Reckoning
Hope Renewed
A Trial of Faith
A Period of Preparation
The Passing of the Time

VII. MY FIRST VISION

VIII. CALL TO TRAVEL
Encouragement from the Brethren
Fear of Self-Exaltation
Among the Believers in Maine

IX. ANSWERS TO PRAYER

X. LABORS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Encouragement for Elder Morse
A Lack of True Godliness
Spiritual Magnetism
Meeting at Brothers Collier's
The "Cannot-Sin" Theory
True Sanctification

XI. MEETING FANATICISM
A False Humility
Fruits of the "No-Work" Doctrine
The Dignity of Labor
A Severe Trial
Exhortations to Faithfulness
The Seal of Divine Approval
Lessons from the Past

XII. THE SABBATH OF THE LORD

XIII. MARRIAGE AND UNITED LABORS
In Confirmation of Faith
Fervent, Effectual Prayer
Labors in Massachusetts
A View of the Heavenly Sanctuary

XIV. STRUGGLES WITH POVERTY
First Visit to Connecticut
Conference at Rocky Hill
Earning Means to VIist Western New York

XV. LABORS IN WESTERN NEW YORK IN 1848
Conference at Volney
Visit to Brother Snow's--Hannibal
Meeting at Port Gibson
Visit to Brother Harris's--Centerport
Visit to Brother Abbey's--Brookfield

XVI. A VIEW OF THE SEALING

XVII. ENCOURAGING PROVIDENCES
Healing of Gilbert Collins
Healing of Sister Temple
The Family of Leonard Hastings
Moving to Connecticut in 1849
Living Waters--A Dream

XVIII. BEGINNING TO PUBLISH
"The Present Truth"
Visit to Maine
Advancing by Faith
Residence in Oswego

XIX. VISITING THE SCATTERED FLOCK
At Camden, N. Y.
In Vermont
Rising above Despondency
In Canada East
The Meeting at Johnson, Vt.
Return to New York

XX. PUBLISHING AGAIN
Satan's Efforts to Hinder
Triumphing Through Faith
The Review and Herald
Removal to Saratoga Springs

XXI. IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
Death of Robert Harmon
Pressing On
Conversion of the Office Foreman
Nathaniel and Anna White

XXII. ADVANCING UNDER DIFFICULTIES
First Visit to Michigan
Writing and Traveling
Deliverance from Disease
Visit to Michigan and Wisconsin--1854
Return to Rochester
Death of Anna White

XXIII. REMOVAL TO MICHIGAN
Comforting Assurances
Captivity Turned

XXIV. LABORS IN THE MIDDLE WEST--1856-58
A Victory at Waukon, Iowa
View at Lovett's Grove, Ohio
Writing "Spiritual Gifts," Vol. 1

XXV. PERSONAL TRIALS
Efforts to Establish the Publishing Work
Parental Cares
Loss of Children

XXVI. BATTLING AGAINST DISEASE
The Sickness of Elder James White
Sojourn at Dansville, N. Y.
Seasons of Prayer and Blessing

XXVII. CONFLICTS AND VICTORY
Labors at Wright, Mich.
At Greenville, Mich.
Visit to Battle Creek--March, 1867
Laying Hold on God

XXVIII. AMONG THE CHURCHES IN NEW ENGLAND
In Maine
Revival Services at Washington, N. H.
In Vermont and New York
Return to Michigan

XXIX. RECLAIMING THE LOST
An Encouraging Dream
Visiting Churches in Michigan
Caring for the Sick
Revival Meetings at Greenville
The Lost Sheep
En Route to Battle Creek
The General Conference of May 1868

XXX. TRAVELING THE NARROW WAY

XXXI. BURDEN BEARERS

XXXII. A SOLEMN DREAM

XXXIII. MISSIONARY WORK

XXXIV. BROADER PLANS

XXXV. INTO ALL THE WORLD
Special Preparation
Opening Providences
Sowing Beside All Waters
Publications in Many Languages
A Harvest of Precious Souls

XXXVI. CIRCULATING THE PRINTED PAGE

XXXVII. PUBLIC LABORS IN 1877
Special Services for College Students
Temperance Meetings
On the Indiana Camp Ground
Walking Out by Faith
The Eastern Camp Meetings
Return to Michigan and California

XXXVIII. VISIT TO OREGON
The Voyage
Meetings of Special Interest
A Prison Service
The Return Journey

XXXIX. FROM STATE TO STATE
In Colorado
The New England Conference
Meeting in Maine
At Battle Creek
Kansas Camp Meetings
Visit to Texas

XL. A VIEW OF THE JUDGMENT
Times of Test and Trial
A Call for Burden Bearers

XLI. THE DEATH OF ELDER JAMES WHITE

XLII. FORTITUDE UNDER AFFLICTION
Personal Reflections
Finding Rest in Labor for Souls
Special Efforts for the Youth

XLIII. RESTORATION OF HEALTH

XLIV. WRITING AND SPEAKING
Visit to Battle Creek
The Path of Obedience
Ripening for the Harvest
Lay Members as Missionaries for God
An Example of Self-Sacrifice
Filling Up the Ranks of Workers
Establishing Faith in Bible Truth
The General Conference of 1883
Closing Labors in the East

XLV. LABORS IN CENTRAL EUROPE
The "Imprimerie Polyglotte"
Publishing Houses in Many Lands
The Sale of Literature
The Training of Colportuers
Development Through Faithful Service
Visits to Italy

XLVI. LABORS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND SCANDINAVIA
Consecration, Courage, Confidence
Dispelling the Darkness
First Visit to Scandinavia
Second Visit to Scandinavia
Fifth European Missionary Council
Efficiency in Missionary Service
"Go Forward!"
A Remarkable Development
Messages of Hope and Courage

XLVII. IN CONFIRMATION OF CONFIDENCE
Proposals Regarding Centralization
Suggested Changes in Policy
Formal Consideration of Proposed Changes
A Special Committee Council
The Sabbath Service

XLVIII. DANGER IN ADOPTING WORLDLY POLICY IN THE WORK OF GOD

XLIX. ACROSS THE PACIFIC
The Voyage
The Australian Conference Meeting
Consideration of School Interests
Sickness, and Change of Plans
The Opening of the Australasian Bible School
Encompassed by Infirmities
A Review of Experience
The Australian Conference of January, 1893
Labors in New Zealand

L. THE FIRST AUSTRALIAN CAMP MEETING

LI. THE AVONDALE SCHOOL
Work and Education
Looking for a Suitable Property
An Industrial Experiment
A Beautiful Dream
Help from Friends in Africa
Putting Up the First Buildings
Another Test of Faith
Aims and Objects
Missionary Labor the Highest Training
Fields White unto the Harvest
A Training Ground for Mission Fields
After Many Years

LII. THROUGH THE SOUTH TO THE CONFERENCE OF 1901
Centers of Influence and of Training
Special Opportunities in the South
Institutional Training in Many Lands
Self-Supporting Missionaries
Reorganization

LIII. AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL
From Battle Creek to the East
In Search of a Site
Favorable Conditions at Takoma Park, D. C.
An Advance Step
Words of Encouragement
"Arise, and Build"

LIV. IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

LV. THE SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE
Retributive Judgments
Working the Cities from Outpost Centers
Scenes of Destruction
Warnings and Exhortations
Calls to Repentance

LVI. AT THE 1909 GENERAL CONFERENCE
A Representative Gathering
The Work in the Cities
Special Efforts in New England
Delegations from Abroad
Strife among the Nations
Important Counsels

LVII. CLOSING LABORS
Personal Activities
The Pioneers of the Message
Giving the Trumpet a Certain Sound
Book Manuscript Work
A Solemn Charge

LVIII. LAST SICKNESS

LIX. THE "ELMSHAVEN" FUNERAL SERVICE

LX. THE MEMORIAL SERVICE AT RICHMOND

LXI. THE FUNERAL SERVICES AT BATTLE CREEK
In the Tabernacle
Address by Elder Daniells
Discourse by Elder Haskell
At the Grave

 

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Binding:
Hardback
Copyright:
1943
Printed:
1956
Pages:
480
Publisher:
Pacific Press Publishing Association
Condition:
B+

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