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Early Writings

Early Writings
Early Writings includes, among other things, Ellen White's first overview of the battle between the forces of good and evil. During the next 50 years, this subject was greatly expanded by the author into the 5-book Conflict of the Ages series. Although this earlier book does not contain the detail found in the other volumes featured here, some readers will appreciate its brevity and occasional insights not found elsewhere.

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Table of Contents

1.  Experience and Views  [p. 11]
2.    My First Vision  [p. 13]
3.    Subsequent Visions   [p. 32]
4.    The Sealing   [p. 36]
5.    God's Love for His people   [p. 39]
6.    The Shaking of the Powers of Heaven   [p. 41]
7.    The Open and the Shut Door   [p. 42]
8.    The Trial of Our Faith   [p. 46]
9.    To the "Little Flock"   [p. 48]
10.    The Last Plagues and the Judgment   [p. 52]
11.    End of the 2300 Days   [p. 54]
12.    Duty in View of the Time of Trouble   [p. 56]
13.    "Mysterious Rapping"   [p. 59]
14.    The Messengers   [p. 61]
15.    Mark of the Beast   [p. 64]
16.    The Blind Leading the Blind   [p. 68]
17.    Preparation for the End   [p. 69]
18.    Prayer and Faith   [p. 72]
19.    The Gathering Time   [p. 74]
20.    Mrs. White's Dreams   [p. 78]
21.    William Miller's Dream   [p. 81]
 
 Supplement
22.    An Explanation   [p. 85]
23.    Gospel Order   [p. 97]
24.    Church Difficulties   [p. 104]
25.    Hope of the Church   [p. 107]
26.    Preparation for Christ's Coming   [p. 111]
27.    Faithfulness in Social Meeting   [p. 114]
28.    To the Inexperienced   [p. 118]
29.    Self-Denial   [p. 121]
30.    Irreverence   [p. 122]
31.    False Shepherds   [p. 123]
32.    God's Gift to Man   [p. 125]
 
 Spiritual Gifts
33.    Introduction [by Roswell F. Cottrell]  [p. 133]
34.    The Fall of Satan   [p. 145]
35.    The Fall of Man   [p. 147]
36.    The Plan of Salvation   [p. 149]
37.    The First Advent of Christ   [p. 153]
38.    The Ministry of Christ   [p. 158]
39.    The Transfiguration   [p. 162]
40.    The Betrayal of Christ   [p. 165]
41.    The Trial of Christ   [p. 169]
42.    The Crucifixion of Christ   [p. 175]
43.    The Resurrection of Christ   [p. 181]
44.    The Ascension of Christ   [p. 190]
45.    The Disciples of Christ   [p. 192]
46.    The Death of Stephen   [p. 197]
47.    The Conversion of Saul   [p. 200]
48.    The Jews Decide to Kill Paul   [p. 202]
49.    Paul Visits Jerusalem   [p. 206]
50.    The Great Apostasy   [p. 210]
51.    The Mystery of Iniquity   [p. 213]
52.    Death Not Eternal Life in Misery   [p. 218]
53.    The Reformation   [p. 222]
54.    The Church and the World United   [p. 226]
55.    William Miller   [p. 229]
56.    The First Angel's Message   [p. 232]
57.    The Second Angel's Message   [p. 237]
58.    The Advent Movement Illustrated   [p. 240]
59.    Another Illustration   [p. 245]
60.    The Sanctuary   [p. 250]
61.    The Third Angel's Message   [p. 254]
62.    A Firm Platform   [p. 258]
63.    Spiritualism   [p. 262]
64.    Covetousness   [p. 266]
65.    The Shaking   [p. 269]
66.    The Sins of Babylon   [p. 273]
67.    The Loud Cry   [p. 277]
68.    The Third Message Closed   [p. 279]
69.    The Time of Trouble   [p. 282]
70.    Deliverance of the Saints   [p. 285]
71.    The Saint's Reward   [p. 288]
72.    The Earth Desolated   [p. 289]
73.    The Second Resurrection   [p. 292]
74.    The Second Death   [p. 294]
 
 Appendix   [p. 297]

 

Quotable Quotes

As God has shown me the travels of the Advent people to the Holy City and the rich reward to be given those who wait the return of their Lord from the wedding, it may be my duty to give you a short sketch of what God has revealed to me. . . .

I was pointed back to the time of Moses and saw the signs and wonders which God wrought through him before Pharaoh, most of which were imitated by the magicians of Egypt; and that just before the final deliverance of the saints, God would work powerfully for His people, and these modern magicians would be permitted to imitate the work of God. . . .

I recommend to you, dear reader, the Word of God as the rule of your faith and practice. By that Word we are to be judged. God has, in that Word, promised to give visions in the "last days"; not for a new rule of faith, but for the comfort of His people, and to correct those who err from Bible truth. . . .

Do we, by our lives and holy conversation, show to those around us that we are looking for the glorious appearing of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, who shall change these vile bodies and fashion them like unto His glorious body? I fear that we do not believe and realize these things as we should. . . .

I saw that the false shepherds were drunken with error and were leading on their flock to death. Many of the opposers of God's truth devise mischief in their heads upon their beds, and in the day they carry out their wicked devices to put down the truth and to get something new to interest the people and divert their minds from the precious, all-important truth. . . .

Satan knew that if this error-that the wicked will suffer ever-burning fire in hell-should be received, God would be hated by many, instead of being loved and adored; and that many would be led to believe that the threatenings of God's Word would not be literally fulfilled, for it would be against His character of benevolence and love to plunge into eternal torments the beings whom He had created. . . .

Luther was ardent and zealous, fearless and bold, in reproving sin and advocating the truth. He cared not for wicked men or devils; he knew that he had One with him mightier than they all. Luther possessed zeal, courage, and boldness. . . .

I saw the mercy and goodness of God in sending a warning to the people of the earth, and repeated messages to lead them to a diligent searching of heart, and study of the Scriptures, that they might divest themselves of errors which have been handed down. Through these messages God has been bringing out His people where He can work for them in greater power, and where they can keep all His commandments. . . .

Satan has power to bring before us the appearance of forms purporting to be our relatives or friends who sleep in Jesus. It will be made to appear as if these friends were actually present, the words they uttered while here, with which we were familiar, will be spoken, and the same tone of voice that they had while living will fall upon the ear. . . .

At the first resurrection all came forth in immortal bloom; but at the second the marks of the curse are visible on all. The kings and noblemen of the earth, the mean and low, the learned and unlearned, come forth together. All behold the Son of man; and those very men who despised and mocked Him, who put the crown of thorns upon His sacred brow, and smote Him with the reed, behold Him in all His kingly majesty.


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