The Conflict Beautiful Editorial Changes

Editorial Philosophy

The editorial philosophy of The Conflict Beautiful project has four main features.

1. The overall editorial intent was to preserve the integrity of the author’s original ideas at all levels, from the chapter level down to the individual words. Therefore, no paraphrasing or editing of Ellen White’s syntax or grammar was allowed during manuscript preparation, so that her original word order and word choice is preserved. The Conflict Beautiful reads in an almost identical way to the original editions and is not a contemporary paraphrase in any sense.

2. The New King James Version (NKJV) is quoted in place of most King James Version (KJV) Bible quotations throughout the book series. The KJV is maintained in some instances, such as, for example, when Ellen White highlights a specific word in KJV as the thematic focus of a sentence or paragraph; when the NKJV wording brings a much different word picture or meaning than Ellen White’s use of KJV; and in rare instances where she cites a margin note in KJV that is crucial to her meaning. Ellen White occasionally quotes from the Revised Version (R.V.), and some of these instances have been maintained in the Conflict Beautiful series, mainly where she uses R.V. to gain a particular word in the Bible quotation that does not appear in KJV.

Integrating NKJV into the books presents the challenge of matching the wording of Ellen White’s sentences to the syntax of a different translation. In the rare instances where Ellen White’s wording does not match up with the NKJV quotation, the blending is accomplished in one of the following ways: (1) adjust the punctuation to place certain words outside the quotation; or (2) add a needed word, placed in brackets, inside the Bible quotation (a standard procedure for quotations); or (3) as a last resort, keep KJV because NKJV wording is too disruptive to the sentence. Except in rare instances where the meaning would not be affected, Ellen White’s words were not moved or adjusted to create the necessary syntax connections.

NKJV uses an indented poetry format for parts of the Old Testament and for Old Testament quotations in the New Testament. Conflict Beautiful books incorporate that poetry format, creating a different look for some pages compared to the original editions. No wording has been changed in the application of poetry format. In cases where the original books used poetry format for Bible quotations, that format is maintained in the new editions.

3. For improvement of the reading experience, strict guidelines were used to decide on select changes to individual words. Most changes had to meet the following criteria: (1) the word is archaic and unfamiliar to contemporary audiences, and (2) the meaning of the word today is different from its meaning in the nineteenth century. Examples of word changes that meet both of these criteria are intercourse (changed to “interaction”); aught (“anything”); ass (“donkey”); demoralized (“corrupted”); idiotic (“mentally impaired”); list (“wish”); promiscuous (“indiscriminate”); and without (“outside”). A limited number of select words that are both inconsequential to Ellen White’s meaning and unfamiliar to contemporary readers were changed to improve the reading experience. Examples include athwart (“across”); builded (“built”); erelong (“before long”); haply (“by chance”); kine (“cows”); and repair (“go to” or “return”). In many cases, the source of a substitute word was the NKJV wording, which is a biblical source of legitimate contemporary substitutes for archaic words.

4. Punctuation changes were also limited. Besides the aforementioned adjustments to quotation marks to accommodate NKJV quotations in some instances, only two punctuation changes are included. In some instances, the copy editor of the original editions included a comma between a compound subject and a verb, and these are removed from Conflict Beautiful books. Also, in some uses of an em-dash in the original editions, the publisher placed a comma before the em-dash, and those commas have been removed. It should be noted that NKJV uses full punctuation (multiple layers of quotations marks) while KJV does not use quotation marks. The type of punctuation known as minimal punctuation (one layer of quotation marks) has been used for Bible quotation in these new editions.

Series-Wide Changes

Word changes

Most KJV and RV Bible quotations are changed to NKJV. In some cases the KJV or RV is retained in order to keep the original meaning of a sentence. Those retentions are not noted in the tables below.

In all cases, the spelling of the word Saviour has been changed to Savior. This change is not noted in the tables below.

Punctuation changes

Punctuation changes refer to minor modernizations made in the text drawn from the Ellen G. White app. Note that the punctuation of the Ellen G. White app text differs in some places from that of the original printed volume.

  • In all cases, a comma appearing before an em dash (,—) has been removed. This change is not noted in the lists.
  • Per modern convention, a semicolon (;) that appears in the original within quotation marks but is not part of the quoted statement is moved outside the quotation marks. This change is not noted in the lists.
  • In some cases, a comma that appeared between a subject noun phrase and its verb was deleted. This change is not noted in the lists.
  • In some cases, quotation marks were moved to appear before a different word or different opening word in order to blend in NKJV wording. These changes are noted in the lists.

Format changes

For all instances where NKJV uses indented paragraph format for poetry (and KJV does not), indents have been instituted and quotation marks added. Because they are numerous and obvious, those changes are not listed in the tables below.

 

Patriarchs and Prophets

Ch.

Pg.

Original

Revised

Intro

20.3

the Lord designed

the Lord intended

Intro

22.1

spake with other tongues

spoke with other tongues

Intro

24.3

the state of declension

the state of deterioration

Intro

25.1

“mystery of inquity

“mystery of lawlessness

Intro

26.2

seen through a glass, darkly

seen through a mirror, dimly

Intro

28.1

preserved blameless unto the

preserved blameless until the

1

33

Why was Sin Permitted

Why Was Sin Permitted

1

33.1

changeth not

changes not

1

36.2

About the throne

Around the throne

1

37.1

they had hitherto

they had until this time

1

38.3

they had hitherto

they had until this time

1

38.3

had not heretofore been

had not previously been

1

39.1

did not see whither

did not see to which place

1

40.2

and signally punish

and memorably punish

1

43.1

He that ruleth

He that rules

1

43.1

that sin has wrought

that sin has brought

2

48.3

God designs that

God intends that

2

49.3

the goodly trees

the beautiful trees

2

50.2

flitted about them

flitted around them

2

50.3

that playeth among the waters

that plays among the waters

3

54.2

it was designed to

it was intended to

3

58.1

Why did you suffer him to enter Eden?

Why did You suffer him to enter Eden?”

3

59.3

aught of evil

anything of evil

3

59.3

labor heretofore appointed

labor formerly appointed

3

61.5

they bade farewell

they bid farewell

3

62.1

the goodly trees

the beautiful trees

4

63.1

sin had wrought

sin had brought

4

64.2

He might be able to succor them

He might be able to aid them

5

72.5

from the thralldom of sin

from the enslavement of sin

5

74.1

had been wont to

had been accustomed to

5

78.1

their demoralizing power

their corrupting power

6

81.2

their peculiar, holy character

their distinct, holy character

6

83.2

and hither came the

and here came the

6

85.1

In the family and in his intercourse

In the family and in his interaction

6

86.3

The power of God that wrought

The power of God that worked

6

86.4

the light that shineth in the face

the light that shines in the face

6

87.1

stay the bolts of

stop the bolts of

6

88.2

the Lord designed to teach

the Lord intended to teach

7

91.1

the goodly trees

the beautiful trees

7

92.2

to stay the tide

to restrain the tide

7

96.3

Heretofore rain had

Up to this time rain had

7

96.3

had stayed the waters

had restrained the waters

7

98.3

the world without

the world outside

7

98.3

these signal manifestations

these notable manifestations

7

98.3

crowds about the ark

crowds around the ark

7

99.1

were roaming about

were roaming around

8

105.2

ark moved about

ark moved around

8

105.4

and bade the patriarch

and bid the patriarch

8

108.2

These wonderful manifestations

These wondrous manifestations

8

109.1

and infidels and blasphemers

and unbelievers and blasphemers

9

112.3

God designed that

God intended that

9

114.1

for the sake of caviling

for the sake of quibbling

10

118.5

enterprises were designed

enterprises were intended

10

119.2

there is a God who ruleth

there is a God who rules

10

120.2

shut out from intercourse with those

shut out from interaction with those

10

123.1

would have demoralized the world

would have corrupted the world

10

123.4

Infidels construct their theories

Unbelievers construct their theories

10

124.3

the children of men have builded

the children of men have built

11

124.1

must be peculiar

must be distinct

11

126.2

he knew not whither

he did not know where

11

127.1

“Ur of the Chaldees

“Ur of the Chaldeans

11

127.1

the divine Voice bade him

the divine Voice bid him

11

127.2

where they first tarried

where they first stayed

11

130.1

they would not scruple

they would not hesitate

11

130.2

prohibiting the Egyptians from intercourse

prohibiting the Egyptians from interaction

11

130.2

he bade him leave

he bid him leave

11

131.1

to Abraham in his after-intercourse

to Abraham in his later interaction

12

132.3

households have thus been rent asunder

households have thus been rent apart

12

132.3

will possess that charity

will possess that love

12

133.2

the vale of Sodom

the valley of Sodom

12

134.2

by which the worldlings

by which the worldly

12

134.4

vale of Siddim

valley of Siddim

12

135.1

He bade him take

He bid him take

12

136.1

who had wrought so great

who had worked so great

12

136.3

with unquestioning confidence as heretofore

with unquestioning confidence as previously

12

137.3

heretofore called Abram

previously called Abram

12

138.3

to honor him by tarrying

to honor him by stopping

12

142.4

the veriest cruelty to the youth

the worst cruelty to the youth

12

144.1

will love to tarry

will love to linger

12

144.2

in all home intercourse

in all home interaction

12

144.3

the infidel cannot gainsay

the unbeliever cannot gainsay

13

147.2

the closest which man was ever called to endure

the most rigorous which man was ever called to endure

13

152.2

silently wondering whence, so far from folds

silently wondering from where, so far from folds

14

158.1

coming in to tarry for the night

coming in to stay for the night

14

158.1

little dreamed the gay, careless multitude

little dreamed the merry, careless multitude

14

158.3

offering them entertainment

offering them accommodation

14

159.1

gathered about the house

gathered around the house

14

160.1

Then the angels bade him arise

Then the angels urged him to arise

14

160.2

to tarry for one moment from regret

to dally for one moment from regret

14

162.2

the gay, pleasure-seeking throngs

the merry, pleasure-seeking throngs

14

162.2

vale of Siddim

valley of Siddim

14

165.1

vale of Siddim

valley of Siddim

14

166.3

They must not tarry

They must not linger

14

167.2

vale of Siddim

valley of Siddim

14

167.3

and abode in a cave

and lived in a cave

14

168.3

he signally failed

he notably failed

14

168.3

corrupting influences about him

corrupting influences around him

14

168.4

infidels and unbelievers

non-Christians and unbelievers

14

169.4

may appear to tarry

may appear to delay

15

171.3

not to take Isaac thither

not totake Isaac there

15

173.1

asked for entertainment

asked for lodging

16

179.4

the patriarch bade

the patriarch bid

16

181.3

life is so strait

lifeis so strict

17

187.2

he might tarry at this

he might visit this

17

187.3

God has wrought for him

God has worked for him

17

187.3

deliverance is wrought

deliverance is worked

17

188.2

Jacob tarried beside

Jacob waited beside

17

188.2

he was urged to tarry

he was urged to stay

17

193.2

he doubted not

he did not doubt

17

193.4

had ever treated Jacob

had always treated Jacob

18

196.1

the tidings that Esau

the news that Esau

18

196.1

Thou “said to me

You “said to me

18

202.4

returned unto Him

returned to Him

19

204.1

the vale of Shechem

the valley of Shechem

19

204.1

an alter unto the Lord

an alter to the Lord

19

204.2

The tarry of Jacob

The stay of Jacob

19

204.3

the tidings of their revenge

the news of their revenge

19

205.3

the wonderful dealings

the wondrous dealings

19

208.1

that proceedeth out of

that proceeds out of

19

210.4

no tidings from them

no news from them

19

212.1

he rent his garments

he tore his garments

20

214.2

were all about him

were all around him

20

217.2

Heretofore he had

Up to this time he had

21

224.3

sons journeyed thither

sons journeyed there

21

226.1

Provender for the beasts

Feed for the animals

21

227.3

bade them also take

directed them also to take

21

227.4

gracious unto them

gracious to them

21

229.5

brothers rent their gaments

brothers tore their garments

21

233.1

Thither came Joseph

To that place came Joseph

21

238.1

given the infidel occasion

given the unbeliever occasion

21

240.2

and bade them keep

and bid them keep

 

242.1

the failure of his design

the failure of his plan

22

243.1

among the flags

among the reeds

22

243.1

Pharaoh’s daughter thither

Pharaoh’s daughter there

22

247.1

Moses designed to lead

Moses intended to lead

22

248.2

change to be wrought

change to be made

22

251.2

view the wonderful sight

view the wondrous sight

22

252.2

who dwelleth in light

who dwells in light

22

253.5

mighty miracles wrought

mighty miracles worked

22

253.6

his hand into his bosom

his hand into his cloak

22

253.6

again into his bosom

again into his cloak

22

254.1

strange and wonderful work

strange and wondrous work

22

255.2

bear them aright

bear them correctly

23

258.2

of a design to revolt

of a plan to revolt

23

263.1

the signal manifestation

the notable manifestation

23

264.3

God had wrought through

God had worked through

23

264.1

that wrought the miracles

that worked the miracles

23

264.1

wonders were designed to

wonders were intended to

23

264.1

they wrought not by their

they worked not by their

23

264.3

the work that he wrought

the work that he did

23

264.4

miracles would be wrought

miracles would be worked

23

265.1

was accustomed to repair

was accustomed to go

23

265.1

came thither daily

came there daily

23

266.4

The plague was stayed

The plague was stopped

23

267.1

kine, oxen, and sheep

cows, oxen, and sheep

23

267.1

camels and asses

camels and donkeys

23

267.3

had hitherto encouraged

had until this time encouraged

23

267.3

Smitten with a loathsome

Struck with a loathsome

23

268.3

manifests an infidel

manifests an unbelieving

23

270.2

passed without the city

passed out of the city

23

270.3

Lord said unto Moses

Lord said to Moses

23

271.1

pressed about the king

pressed around the king

23

271.6

oppress them as heretofore

oppress them as before

23

272.1

gods alike were smitten

gods alike were struck

24

273.2

not have been smitten

not have been struck

24

274.3

as Moses bade them

as Moses bid them

24

277.4

wrought out its principle

worked out its principle

24

279.4

smitten by the destroyer

struck by the destroyer

25

283.2

wonder whither their course

wonder where their course

25

283.3

instead of tarrying to

instead of staying to

25

285.3

cried unto the Lord

cried to the Lord

25

289.2

the girdle of gladness

the belt of gladness

25

289.2

a peculiar treasure

a special treasure

25

290.1

and signally humble the

and notably humble the

25

290.1

when Moses bade them

when Moses bid them

25

290.2

the cold waves about our

the cold waves around our

26

292.2

who had hitherto

who had until now

26

293.2

into strait places

into difficult places

26

292.3

He had wrought for them

He had done for them

26

294.1

He careth for us

He cares for us

26

294.2

God has wrought for us

God has done for us

26

296.2

designed to impress their

intended to impress their

26

297.3

accused him of designing

accused him of planning

26

298.1

had wrought wonders

had worked wonders

26

298.2

Moses smote the rock

Moses struck the rock

26

298.2

Him who abode therein

Him who dwelled therein

26

298.4

and smote those who

and struck those who

26

298.4

on an eminence near by

on an eminency nearby

26

298.4

Hur stayed up his hands

Hur held up his hands

26

300.1

wonders wrought by Moses

wonders worked by Moses

26

300.1

they smite not that hand

they strike not that hand

26

300.2

comfort of their society

comfort of the company

26

301.1

had wrought wonders

had worked wonders

26

302.1

were to be wrought in them

were to be made in them

27

303.1

and peculiar relation

and special relation

27

303.4

Lord said unto him

Lord said to him

27

303.5

scene of awful grandeur

scene of awe-inspiring grandeur

27

304.1

placed about the mount

placed around the mount

27

304.1

neither man nor beast

neither man nor animal

27

304.2

and awful mystery

and awe-inspring mystery

27

305.1

in the awful majesty

in the awe-inspiring majesty

27

306.2

by images or similitudes

by images or likenesses

27

306.6

its awful significance

its awe-inspiring signficance

27

309.7

The awful power of God

The awesome power of God

27

313.2

He remained without

He remained outside of it

27

314.2

the peculiar treasure of

the special treasure of

28

315.2

the goodly land was

the desirable land was

28

315.3

no manner of similitude

no manner of image

28

315.3

the similitude of an ox

the likeness of an ox

28

315.3

the Red Sea were designed

the Red Sea were intended

28

316.1

gathered about his tent

gathered around his tent

28

316.1

had heretofore led them

had until this time led them

28

317.4

God might have checked

God mights have stopped

28

319.1

so signally honored

so notably honored

28

320.3

had been wrought that

had been worked that

28

320.4

God had wrought in

God had worked in

28

320.4

the similitude of ox

the likeness of an ox

28

323.2

God seeth not as man sees

God sees not as man sees

28

324.1

to be signally punished

to be notably punished

28

324.1

to gird on their swords

to put on their swords

28

327.2

the conscience-smitten multitudes

the conscience-struck multitudes

28

327.2

was pitched without the

was pitched outside the

28

327.2

directed to repair thither

directed to go there

28

330.2

God designed to impress

God intended to impress

29

334.1

Satan wrought to the utmost

Satan worked to the utmost

30

347.1

sealskins

badger skins

30

347.3

fire unto the Lord

fire to the Lord

30

347.3

offering unto the Lord

offering to the Lord

30

348.1

and without, far around

and outside, far around

30

348.2

gold about the top

gold around the top

30

348.3

was wrought of one

was made of one

30

350.3

confined by a girdle

confined by a sash

32

362.2

in their intercouse

in their interaction

32

362.2

in awful majesty

in awe-inspiring majesty

32

364.2

Through long intercourse

Through long interaction

32

365.1

God who taketh away

God who takes away

32

365.4

grand and awful

grand and awe-inspiring

32

366.2

Amid the awful

Amid the awe-inspiring

32

370.3

Lord appeared unto Abraham

Lord appeared to Abraham

32

371.3

He wrought deliverance

He worked deliverance

32

371.4

in awful majesty

in awe-inspiring majesty

33

375.1

that pertained thereto

that pertained to it

33

375.1

were to strike the sacred

were to dismantle the sacred

33

376.3

had wrought wonders

had worked wonders

33

380.1

The Lord hearkened to

The Lord listened to

33

380.2

which God had wrought

which God had worked

33

382.2

among them were smitten

among them were struck

33

384.3

Miriam was smitten

Miriam was struck

33

384.3

the whole company abode

the whole company remained

34

387.1

Moses bade them go

Moses instructed them to go

34

389.2

God hearkened to their

God listened to their

34

391.1

He bade them

He instructed them

34

394.1

wonders wrought in their

wonders worked in their

35

397.4

brought into strait places

brought into difficult places

35

400.3

bade the people

bid the people

35

403.4

verily doing God service

truly doing God service

36

408.2

would have been demoralized

would have been corrupted

36

408.4

a case of peculiar guilt

a case of unusual guilt

37

411

The Smitten Rock

The Struck Rock

37

411.3

The smitten rock was

The struck rock was

37

411.3

had been once smitten

had been once struck

37

412.2

works unto eternal life

works to eternal life

37

417.3

and wrought only harm

and worked only harm

37

418.1

had been once smitten

had been once struck

37

418.1

the second smiting of

the second striking of

37

419.2

He bade them mark

He bid them mark

38

424.1

in all their intercourse

in all their interaction

38

424.1

all their intercourse they

all their interaction they

38

432.1

who come unto Him

who come to Him

39

434.3

the miracle wrought to

the miracle worked to

39

434.4

governed their intercourse

governed their interaction

39

436.2

the Lord discomfited the

the Lord defeated the

39

436.4

the Lord now bade Israel

the Lord now bid Israel

39

436.3

the goodly land

the fruitful land

39

437.1

had so signally failed

had so notably failed

39

437.2

in as signal a manner

in as notable a manner

40

438.2

that wrought in their behalf

that worked in their behalf

40

439.2

the messengers to tarry

the messengers to stay

40

440.2

the messengers to tarry

the messengers to wait

40

441.3

and knew not that

and did not know that

40

441.3

beating the ass unmercifully

beating the donkey unmercifully

40

442.1

he smote the animal

he struck the animal

40

447.2

their peculiar character

their distinct character

40

452.1

met with signal failure

met with notable failure

41

454.2

there was little intercourse

there was little interaction

41

455.2

Thus the plague was stayed

Thus the plague was stopped

41

457.3

he has wrought to overthrow

he has worked to overthrow

41

457.3

Baal peor

Baal Peor

41

457.3

entering the goodly land

entering the beautiful land

41

461.1

Beth peor

Beth Peor

42

463.2

the awe-inspiring solemnity

the awful solemnity

42

464.2

enter the goodly land

enter the beautiful land

42

465.2

of the goodly land

of the beautiful land

42

468.2

had wrought for their

had worked for their

43

469.1

retribution was visited

retribution was inflicted

43

469.3

Joshua repaired to the

Joshua proceeded to the

43

469.3

into the goodly land

inthe the beautiful land

43

471.4

God had wrought for them

God had worked for them

43

472.3

goodly cities and

beautiful cities and

43

475.2

He bade farewell to

He bid farewell to

43

477.1

entered the goodly land

entered the beautiful land

43

478.4

was despoiled of his

was deprived of his

43

480.1

have a Captain who

have a Commander who

44

483.3

in the acacia groves of Shittim

in Acacia Grove

44

484.1

leading the van

leading the vanguard

44

484.1

half a mile about

half a mile around

44

484.2

the power that stayed

the power that stopped

44

484.4

He had wrought through Moses

He had worked through Moses

44

484.4

God had wrought for them

God had worked for them

44

485.1

God had stayed the waters

God had stopped the waters

44

485.1

When the tidings that

When the news that

44

486.1

had now signally manifested

had now notably manifested

45

487.2

Beth peor

Beth Peor

45

488.2

They knew not what

They did not know what

45

488.2

each day wound about

each day wound around

45

488.2

They knew not what

They did not know what

45

492.2

judgments visited upon

judgments inflicted upon

45

492.2

rites of Baalpeor

rites of Baal of Peor

45

495.5

Captain of the Lord’s host

Commander of the Lord’s host

45

497.1

For a goodly Babylonish

For a beautiful Babylonish

45

497.1

scorn of the worldlings

scorn of the worldly

45

497.1

saith the Lord

says the Lord

45

497.3

spiritual declension exist

spiritual deterioration exist

46

499.3

vale of Shechem

valley of Shechem

46

500.2

offered unto the Lord

offered to the Lord

46

500.2

be at once visited

be at once inflicted

47

505.1

a strange deputation

a strange delegation

47

505.2

God had wrought for His

God had worked for His

47

507.3

but for the deception

were it not for the deception

47

508.1

their armies about the city

their armies around the city

47

508.1

utter discomfiture of the assailants

utter defeat of the assailants

47

508.1

pass to Beth horon

pass to Beth Horon

48

510.1

victory at Beth horon

victory at Beth Horon

48

513.2

entered the goodly

entered the beautiful

48

514.3

Heretofore, Gilgal had been

Until then, Gilgal had been

48

515.1

the city was Timnath-serah

the city was Timnath Serah

48

517.4

get unto the land of

get into the land of

48

518.2

strange tidings reached them

strange news reached them

48

518.4

had been visited on

had been inflicted on

48

518.4

and bade them remember

and bid them remember

48

518.4

themselves to Baalpeor

themselves to Baal of Peor

48

519.2

carried back the tidings

carried back the news

48

520.2

will possess that charity

will possess that love

49

521.2

cropping out the same

cropping up the same

49

521.2

that had heretofore brought

that had previously brought

49

521.2

once more about their aged

once more around their aged

49

522.4

what God had wrought for

what God had worked for

50

529.2

Saith the Lord

Says the Lord

51

532.1

to be set at liberty

to be set free

51

534.3

would tend to demoralize

would tend to corrupt

52

537.2

leave their homes and repair

leave their homes and return

52

538.5

had been wont to

had been accustomed to

52

541.1

In our intercourse

In our interaction

53

544.1

as a mighty breastwork

as a mighty fortification

53

544.1

to stay the tide of moral evil

to stop the tide of moral evil

53

547.2

had wrought for Israel

had worked for Israel

53

547.2

once tarried to share his

once stayed to share his

53

547.2

the Angel bade him

the Angel bid him

53

548.1

Asher, Zebulum, and Naphtali

Asher, Zebulun, and Naphtali

53

553.1

The tidings spread swiftly

The news spread swiftly

53

557.1

but erelong the people

but before long the people

53

558.1

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord:

54

561.3

we do unto the child that shall be born unto us

we do to the child that shall be born to us

54

564.1

he smote the Philistines

he struck the Philistines

54

565.1

the vale of Sorek

the valley of Sorek

54

565.2

the vale of Sorek

the valley of Sorek

54

567.1

Tidings of the terrible

News of the terrible

54

567.1

overthrow were carried

overthrow was carried

55

572.3

what shall we do unto him

what shall we do to him

57

581.3

which Eli bade him say

which Eli bid him say

57

585.1

had tarried at Shiloh

had waited at Shiloh

57

585.2

the tidings of defeat

the news of defeat

57

585.3

the man said unto Eli

the man said to Eli

57

585.4

the terrible tidings that

the terrible news that

57

586.1

which had hitherto attended

which had until now attended

57

586.2

Ashdod were smitten with

Ashdod were struck with

57

588.1

two kine upon whose

two cows upon whose

57

588.1

the way of Beth-shemesh

the way of Beth Shemesh

57

588.1

had done unto them

had done to them

57

588.2

the kine turned their

the cows turned their

57

588.2

road to Beth-shemesh

road to Beth Shemesh

57

588.3

the men of Beth-shemesh

the men of Beth Shemesh

57

589.1

The men of Beth-shemesh

The men of Beth Shemesh

57

589.1

spread the tidings that

spread the news that

57

589.1

offered unto the Lord

offered to the Lord

57

589.2

people at Beth-shemesh

people at Beth Shemesh

57

589.2

Many were smitten with

Many were struck with

57

589.3

the Beth-shemites sent

the Beth Shemites sent

57

589.3

inhabitants of Kirjath-jearim

inhabitants of Kirjath Jearim

57

590.3

gathered at Mizpeh

gathered at Mizpah

57

590.4

The tidings of their

The news of their

57

591.1

fleeing host to Beth-car

fleeing host to Beth Car

57

591.1

This signal victory

This notable victory

57

591.1

had been smitten before

had been struck before

57

591.2

between Mizpeh and Shen

between Mizpah and Shen

57

593.2

other at Kirjath-jearim

other at Kirjath Jearim

58

594.2

using it to Glorify God

using it to glorify God

59

603.3

and intercourse with other

and interaction with other

59

605.1

the Lord said unto Samuel

the Lord said to Samuel

59

607.2

Him who hath called us

Him who has called us

59

610.1

Then he bade Saul stand

Then he bid Saul stand

59

610.2

three kids for sacrifice

three young goats for sacrifice

59

611.1

Saul convoked the people

Saul mustered the people

59

611.1

the people at Mizpeh

the people at Mizpah

59

612.1

escorted thither by a company

escorted there by a company

59

612.2

the city of Jabesh-gilead

the city of Jabesh Gilead

59

612.3

carried the tidings to Gibeah

carried the news to Gibeah

59

613.2

should be convoked by

should be convened by

60

617.1

When the tidings reached

When the news reached

60

617.3

Day after day Saul tarried

Day after day Saul waited

60

618.1

into close places

into difficult places

60

623.2

encouraged the design

encouraged the plan

60

624.1

Philistines fled, discomfited

Philistines fled, defeated

60

624.2

avenged on mine enemies

avenged on my enemies

60

624.4

had wrought deliverance

had brought deliverance

61

627.2

had little intercourse

had little interaction

61

632.1

it rent in his hands

it tore in his hands

61

633.1

the deliverance of Jabesh-gilead

the deliverance of Jabesh Gilead

61

633.1

whom God had wrought

whom God had worked

61

634.2

but ye shall

but you shall

61

635.4

they do despite to the Spirit

they do in contempt of the Spirit

62

637.2

the retirement of his humble

the seclusion of his humble

62

641.1

to be captain of his people

to be commander of his people

63

646.4

but erelong began to

but before long began to

63

646.4

his shepherd’s scrip

his shepherd’s bag

63

648.2

like a smitten oak

like a struck oak

64

652.2

and bade him conceal

and bid him conceal

64

653.3

The tidings reached Saul

The news reached Saul

64

653.3

The third embassage

The third group of envoys

64

654.2

Jonathan said unto him

Jonathan said to him

64

655.2

sorrow as he repaired

sorrow as he returned

64

655.3

knew not whither to flee

knew not where to flee

65

660.2

they repaired to the

they proceeded to the

65

661.2

Touch not the anointed

Do not touch the anointed

65

661.3

his conscience smote him

his conscience struck him

65

664.4

his character was churlish and niggardly

his character was morose and stingy

65

666.1

laded upon asses

loaded upon donkeys

65

666.1

in a covert of a hill

in the shelter of a hill

65

667.4

seemed smitten with paralysis

seemed struck with paralysis

65

668.2

he repaired to the solitude

he returned to the solitude

65

668.2

brought tidings to the son

brought news to the son

65

668.3

and cruse of water

and a jug of water

66

675.3

On the morrow Saul must

The next day Saul must

66

676.2

prince of evil wrought

prince of evil worked

66

676.3

Saul went forth by night

Saul went out by night

66

681.2

She besought him to

She implored him to

66

682.2

The tidings of defeat

The news of defeat

66

682.2

brave men of Jabesh-gilead

brave men of Jabesh Gilead

67

683.1

been summoned thence

been summoned from there

67

683.2

held intercourse with Satan

held conversation with Satan

67

684.1

claimed to have intercourse

claimed to have interaction

67

684.2

Israel at Bethpeor

Israel at Beth Peor

67

686.1

after the working of Satan

after the working of Satan

67

687.1

run hither and thither

run here and there

67

687.1

watch unto prayer

watch in prayer

67

687.1

rest unto their souls

rest in their souls

68

691.1

pressing about Achish

pressing around Achish

68

691.3

David, said unto him

David, said to him

68

692.4

Wherein had the Lord ever

When had the Lord ever

68

694.4

for tidings of the battle

for news of the battle

68

694.4

his clothes rent and earth upon his head

his clothes torn and dust on his head

68

695.2

the fearful tidings past

the fearful news past

68

695.2

returned to the stranger herald

returned to the stranger messenger

69

697.2

originally called Kirjath-arba

originally called Kirjath Arba

69

697.4

men of Jabesh-gilead

men of Jabesh Gilead

69

698.3

when the cruse of water

when the jug of water

70

704.3

remained at Kirjath-jearim

remained at Kirjath Jearim

70

704.4

assembled at Kirjath-jearim

assembled at Kirjath Jearim

70

705.1

house of Obed-edom

house of Obed Edom

70

705.2

ark from Kirjath-jearim

ark from Kirjath Jearim

70

706.1

But Obed-edom, though

But Obed Edom, though

70

706.2

the house of Obed-edom

the house of Obed Edom

70

714.1

Tidings were received

News was received

70

714.2

the people of Jabesh-gilead

the people of Jabesh Gilead

70

714.2

foiled their cruel design

foiled their cruel plan

70

715.2

how much dependent upon

how much depended upon

71

717.2

Intercourse with surrounding

Interaction with surrounding

71

719.2

Heretofore David’s record

Up to this time David’s record

71

720.3

turn from it betimes

turn from it quickly

71

723.2

Heretofore God’s providence

Up to that time God’s providence

71

723.2

could not in any wise

could not in any way

71

723.3

Hitherto his prosperity

Up to this time his prosperity

71

725.3

Psalm 51:16, 17

Verses 16, 17

72

729.2

all this favored the designs

all this favored the plans

72

730.2

the tribes to concert measures

the tribes to arrange measures

72

730.2

his traitorous designs

his traitorous plans

72

730.3

spread the tidings that

spread the news that

72

739.1

to cross their designs

to cross their plans

72

744.2

bear the tidings to the king

bear the news to the king

73

746.3

Intercourse with the heathen

Interaction with the heathen

73

747.1

as he had heretofore shown

as he had previously shown

73

748.2

The land was smitten with

The land was struck with

73

748.4

angel had stayed his course

angel had stopped his course

73

749.1

“a very goodly man

“a very good-looking man

73

749.1

had heretofore been loyal

had previously been loyal

73

749.2

just without the city

just outside the city

73

750.1

stones of divers colors

stones of various colors

73

750.2

more than his wonted fervor

more than his usual fervor

74

760.1

a feast unto Jehovah

a feast to Jehovah

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and bade him

and bid him

Intro

15.2

He said, “and I will bless

He said, and “I will bless

Intro

15.2

He designed

He planned

Intro

17.2

Israelites unto Himself

Israelites to Himself

Intro

19.1

drawn unto Him

drawn to Him

Intro

19.1

look unto Him

look to Him

Intro

21.3

the goodly vine

the plentiful vine

Intro

22.1

by a goodly remnant

by a faithful remnant

Intro

22.3

come unto His own

come to His own

1

25.1

Land of Promise bade fair

Land of Promise seemed fair

1

30.2

selfish aspirations for

selfish aspiration for

2

35.3

noiselessly upreared with stone

noiselessly erected with stone

2

39.3

before him. “And all

before him, “while

3

53.2

rendered signal service

rendered notable service

3

55.1

make Israel a peculiar people

make Israel a distinct people

3

55.1

heavenly gifts hitherto employed

heavenly gifts up to this time employed

4

63.3

fibers of his being were inwrought

fibers of his being were closely combined

4

64.3

those whom he bade

those whom he bid

4

65.1

Lord and Master designs

Lord and Master plans

4

67.2

impression that God designed

impression that God planned

4

68.3

is oftenest spoken of

Is often spoken of

4

70.5

God had designed

God had planned

4

70.5

carrying out of this design

carrying out of this plan

4

71.1

passing through his territory or tarrying

passing through his territory or staying

5

84.2

evil-doing had wrought

evil-doing had brought about

6

Title

The Rending of the Kingdom

The Dividing of the Kingdom

6

91.1

Thenceforth the twelve tribes

From that time forward the twelve tribes

6

96.2

His beneficent designs

His beneficent plans

6

97.1

The rending of the kingdom

The dividing of the kingdom

6

97.1

purify unto Himself

purify to Himself

6

97.1

Himself a peculiar people

Himself a distinct people

7

102.4

The Lord designed

The Lord planned

7

102.4

The rending of the altar

The tearing of the altar

7

102.4

that was being wrought in Israel

that was being made in Israel

7

108.1

the rending of the kingdom

the tearing of the kingdom

7

108.1

numbered among the goodly remnant

numbered among the considerable remnant

8

110.2

deliverances had been wrought

deliverances had been made

8

111.3

King Asa’s faith was signally rewarded

King Asa’s faith was notably rewarded

8

114.1

Omri, the founder of Samaria, had “wrought evil

Omri, the founder of Samaria, “did evil

8

115.2

Hill and vale resounded

Hill and valley resounded

8

116.2

Of “the prophets of Baal”

Of the “prophets of Baal”

9

119.2

But the beneficent designs

But the beneficent plans

9

123.1

Tidings of Elijah’s

News of Elijah’s

9

124.3

flocks wander hither and thither

flocks wander here and there

10

129.1

God bade his servants

God bid his servants

10

129.1

He bade him

He bid him

10

130.3

The widow had hitherto

The widow had up to this time

10

142.1

a position of awful responsibility

a position of awesome responsibility

11

144.1

God had been signally dishonored

God had been notably dishonored

11

147.2

lighted with an awful solemnity

lighted with an awe-inspiring solemnity

11

148.1

His peculiar people.

His distinct people.

11

151.2

Choosing “twelve stones

He chose “twelve stones

11

153.2

in their discomfiture

in their defeat

12

158.2

he had been signally honored

he had been notably honored

12

158.2

after the signal triumph

after the notable triumph

12

160.1

another signal victory

another notable victory

12

160.1

would have wrought a

would have brought about a

12

160.2

the miracle wrought on Carmel

the miracle worked on Carmel

13

Title

“What Doest Thou Here?”

“What Are You Doing Here?”

13

167.2

The signal triumph

The notable triumph

13

168.1

What doest thou here, Elijah?

What are you doing here, Elijah?

13

168.1

the widow of Sarepta

the widow of Zarephath

13

168.1

I girded you

I endowed you

13

168.3

the angel bade him

the angel bid him

13

171.3

purpose to be wrought

purpose to be worked

13

171.3

“What doest thou here?”

“What are you doing here?

13

172.2

“What doest thou here?”

“What are you doing here?

13

175.2

faith which wrought

faith which worked

13

176.1

accomplishment of His designs

accomplishment of His plans

14

Title

“In the Spirit and Power of Elias

“In the Spirit and Power of Elijah

14

181.1

The Lord designed

The Lord planned

14

185.1

This is in truth a froward generation

This is in truth a perverse generation

14

187.2

Elijah cried; “if

Elijah cried. “If

14

188.2

gross darkness

deep darkness

14

188.2

shine forth amidst

shine forth amid

15

191.1

reformations were wrought.

reformations were made.

15

198.3

Tidings of this invasion

News of this invasion

15

200.1

“Our eyes are upon thee.”

“Our eyes are upon You.”

16

206.1

the king and bade him

the king and bid him

16

208.3

and  their captain

and their commander

16

215.2

Tidings of this

News of this

16

216.3

evil that had been wrought

evil that had been made

17

219.2

wrought with loving

done with loving

18

230.2

and thither

and to that place

18

231.4

the peculiar privileges

the unique privileges

18

233.1

Of the hitherto polluted

Of the previously polluted

18

233.1

God has not wrought

God has not worked

19

238.1

The father bade

The father bid

19

238.1

Elisha bade Gehazi

Elisha instructed Gehazi

19

239.3

Elisha bade him

Elisha bid him

19

240.3

the poisoned pottage

the poisoned stew

19

241.1

while the dearth

while the famine

19

242.1

And when Jesus bade

And when Jesus bid

20

244.2

healing wrought through Elisha

healing brought about through Elisha

20

246.1

the captain of the Syrian host

the commander of the Syrian host

20

246.3

Tidings of the matter

News of the matter

20

246.4

the prophet bade him

the prophet bid him

20

249.1

rivers mentioned by the Syrian captain

rivers mentioned by the Syrian commander

21

255.1

ruin he had wrought

ruin he had brought about

21

256.2

king sent thither “horses

King sent “horses

21

256.3

sought him with the tidings

sought him with the news

21

258.2

not tarrying until

not waiting until

21

259.2

people had wrought

people had worked

21

260.2

ye prisoners of hope

you prisoners of hope

21

261.3

dying prophet bade

dying prophet bid

21

261.3

Elisha bade him shoot

Ellisha instructed him to shoot

21

262.1

Thrice the king

Three times the king

21

262.1

the king smote

the king struck

21

262

then he stayed his hand.

then he stopped.

22

270.1

“cry out against” it the message

“cry out against” the message

22

272.5

purpose God designed it should.

purpose God planned it should.

22

273.1

the good wrought

the good brought about

22

275.2

the beneficent designs of Jehovah

the beneficent plans of Jehovah

22

277.2

proclaim the glad tidings

proclaim the glad news

23

286.2

prosperity wrought no change

prosperity brought no change

23

286.2

Israel gained no signal victories

Israel gained no notable victories

23

287.2

evil that had wrought ruin

evil that had brought ruin

25

304.2

he was suddenly smitten

he was suddenly struck

25

304.2

“Thus saith the Lord.”

“Thus says the Lord.”

25

305.2

fraught with peculiar peril

Fraught with unusual peril

25

308.1

heavenly visitant bade

heavenly visitant bid

25

308.3

Are none of Thy chosen

Are none of Your chosen

26

314.2

transformation wrought through

transformation made through

26

315.1

walking frowardly in the way

walking perversely in the way

26

319.1

His merciful designs

His merciful plans

27

322.1

that had hitherto existed

That had, up to that time, existed

27

328.1

heart of the king “was moved, and the heart of his people, as the trees

heart of the king and the heart of his people “were moved as the trees

27

330.3

the ruin wrought

the ruin made

28

331.1

the reformation wrought

the reformation made

28

333.2

remained a goodly remnant.

remained a considerable remnant.

28

337.3

God had wrought marvelously

God had worked marvelously

28

338.2

the reformation wrought

the reformation made

29

340.2

who had hitherto been

who had up to this time been

29

340.3

king who had wrought

king who had worked

29

342.5

Restored to his wonted strength

Restored to his accustomed strength

29

344.3

miracle had been wrought

miracle had been worked

30

361.3

Tidings of this

News of this

31

370.1

the beneficent designs

the beneficent plans

31

371.3

the beneficent design

the beneficent plan

31

371.3

they should henceforth be

they should from that time forward be

31

374.1

glad tidings of salvation

glad news of salvation

31

375.7

likened by the prophet to ensigns set up

likened by the prophet to banners set up

31

378.2

God hath spoken:

God has spoken:

33

393.3

As He had wrought

As He had worked

33

398.1

desired to see wrought

desired  to see worked

33

398.4

“Go,” he bade them,

“Go,” he bid them,

33

402.2

During the reformation wrought by Josiah

During the reformation brought about by Josiah

34

407.2

Lord bade His chosen

Lord bid His chosen

34

417.2

Tidings of the words

News of the words

34

419.2

the ruin wrought by sin

the ruin brought about by sin

35

424.1

Judah had hearkened not

Judah had not listened

35

425.2

they had hearkened not.

they had listened not.

35

427.2

deliverance wrought in their behalf

deliverance worked in their behalf

35

427.2

fame that wrought for

fame that brought for

35

428.2

His merciful designs

His merciful plans

35

431.1

He bade Jeremiah

He bid Jeremiah

35

432.2

the Lord bade His servant

the Lord bid His servant

35

438.1

a very strait place.

a very difficult place.

36

441.1

the merciful designs

the merciful plans

37

456.2

and bade him

and bid him

37

461.1

Amid the ruin wrought,

Amid the ruin brought,

38

465.2

reformation was wrought in the days

reformation was made in the days

39

490.1

As they bade farewell

As they bid farewell

40

493.2

he had hitherto placed

he had until then placed

41

506.1

gaining a signal triumph

gaining a notable triumph

41

508.1

hotter than its wont.

hotter than its custom.

41

511.1

The tidings of their

The news of their

42

515.1

and his signal success

and his notable success

42

519.1

which heretofore had been

which until then had been

43

522.2

rendering obedience thereto

rendering obedience to it

43

523.1

his pride and arrogancy

his pride and arrogance

43

524.3

“Why doest thou thus?”

“Why are you doing this?”

43

535.2

in this rejection have wrought

in this rejection have brought about

44

598.2

He not only wrought

He not only worked

44

602.1

God wrought marvelously

God worked marvelously

44

605.1

Esther were not peculiar

Esther were not unusual

45

558.3

Tidings of this decree

News of this decree

45

559.2

these were the goodly remnant

these were the considerable remnant

45

560.2

Wonderfully had He wrought

Wonderfully had He worked

46

Title

“The Prophets of God Helping Them”

“The Prophets of God . . . Helping Them”

46

570.1

Thou shalt make no covenant with them,”

You shall make no covenant with them,”

46

570.3

influence with worldlings.

influence with the worldly.

46

575.5

He bade them, “Fear not.”

He bid them, “Fear not.”

46

579.4

were of peculiar significance

were of unique significance

47

582.1

greatly discomfited and alarmed

greatly perplexed and alarmed

47

584.2

The miter placed upon

The turban placed upon

47

585.1

“men wondered at

“men of wonder

47

586.2

“The Lord rebuke thee, O Satan.

“The Lord rebuke you, Satan!

47

587.2

applies with peculiar

applies with distinct

47

589.1

“The Lord rebuke thee, O Satan.

“The Lord rebuke you, Satan!

47

591.1

A “fair miter” is set

A “clean turban” is set

47

592.1

the remnant “men wondered at,”

the remnant “men of wonder,”

48

596.3

Shekinah no longer abode

Shekinah no longer remained

49

598.2

He not only wrought

He not only worked

49

602.1

God wrought marvelously

God worked marvelously

49

605.1

Esther were not peculiar to that age

Esther were not unusual to that age

50

612.3

sacred rites peculiar to

sacred rites distinct to

51

622.1

Lord’s work wrought

Lord’s work brought

51

622.2

he bade Ezra;

he instructed Ezra;

51

625.2

learning to cavil at

learning to quibble at

51

626.2

Thus the Lord designs

Thus the Lord plans

51

626.2

still more signal witness

still more notable witness

52

629.2

“If ye turn unto Me

“If you turn unto Me

52

629.2

gather them from thence

gather them from there

53

636.1

that had hitherto

that had up to this time

53

639.2

they builded

they built

53

642.3

Hitherto they had not

Up to this time they had not

53

644.1

for them to repair thither

for them to return to that place

54

649.1

the cruel design

the cruel plan

55

657.1

city was girded

city was fortified

55

658.2

using means hitherto

using means up to this time

55

659.1

to God “and set a

to God and “set a

57

669.1

which heretofore had been used

which until then had been used

57

671.1

Another result of intercourse with

Another result of interaction with

57

674.3

Hither some who

Here some who

57

675.1

false charity.

false love.

57

677.1

to be wrought in the

to be brought about in the

58

681.3

from the ruin wrought

from the ruin brought

58

687.2

his hellish shadow athwart

his hellish shadow across

58

696.6

every miracle wrought

every miracle worked

59

703.2

God’s design that

God’s plan that

59

712.3

passions, uncontrolled, wrought

passions, uncontrolled, brought about

59

715.1

great city,” which hath “made

great city,” which has “made

59

719.3

unthankful, unholy, demoralized

unthankful, unholy, corrupt

60

725.3

for “when the blast

for when “the blast

60

726.4

desolations wrought

desolations made

The Desire of Ages

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Pg.

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Revised

1

19.2

who dwelleth in the

who dwells in the

1

20.1

“His strength setteth fast the mountains.”

He “established the mountains by His strength.”

1

21.2

looking unto Jesus

looking to Jesus

3

32.2

tidings

news

4

43.2

tidings

news

4

47.1

tidings

news

4

47.4

“This will be the sign to you,” he says; “You will find a Babe

“This will be the sign to you,” he says. “You will find a Babe

6

60.3

they repair to the temple

they go to the temple

8

78.4

hither

here

8

80.3

hath

has

8

80.4

knew not

did not know

9

84.1

Thus saith the Lord,”

This is what the Lord says,”

10

97.1 and throughout chapter

Elisabeth

Elizabeth

10

104.1

“What wilt thou that I shall do unto thee?”

“What do you want Me to do for you?”

11

109.1

Tidings of the wilderness

News of the wilderness

12

116.2

the intercourse between

the interaction between

12

118.2

show Thy power by relieving Thyself

show Your power by relieving Yourself

12

120.1

Thus saith the Lord,”

This is what the Lord says,”

13

129.2

and to whomsoever I will I give it

and I give it to whomever I wish

13

131.1

to rest not

not to rest

14

132

Title: Messias

Title: Messiah

14

139.3

that loveth

who loves

14

142.3

preaching good tidings

preaching good news

15

144.3

The tidings had been

The news had been

15

144.3

The tidings had reached

The news had reached

15

147.4

Mary had not

Mary did not have

15

148.1

in no wise

in no way

15

148.2

Jesus bade the servants

Jesus bid the servants

15

150.4

He bade them give

He bid them give

15

151.3

He often repaired

He often retired

16

154.3

a promiscuous throng

an indiscriminate throng

16

158.2

Jesus does not smite

Jesus does not strike

16

162.1

and bade them turn

and bid them turn

17

171.4

natural man receiveth not

natural man does not receive

19

183.2

all social intercourse

all social interaction

19

187.3

More of Thee

More of You

19

194.1

If thou hadst asked of Me, I would have given thee living water.

If you had asked of Me, I would have given you living water.

20

196.1

Now tidings had come

Now news had come

20

196.3

the tidings attracted

the news attracted

20

200.2

Tidings of the miracle

News of the miracle

21

206.2

and bade the man

and bid the man

21

209.1

They had not builded

are to be builded

They had not built

are to be built

22

214.2

brought him tidings

brought him news

22

215.2

God that answereth

God that answers

22

215.3

dear unto Himself

dear to Himself

22

216.1

returning unto the Lord

returning to the Lord

22

217.1

and bade them go

and bid them go

22

224.2

or the fagot

or the stake

26

259.2

Tidings of the work

News of the work

26

260.1

Christ had met hitherto

Christ had met up to this time

27

264.3

were noised abroad

were spoken of abroad

27

267.5

the promiscuous multitude

the indiscriminate multitude

28

272.1

than the publicans

than the tax collectors

28

272.2

the publican saw Jesus

the tax collector saw Jesus

28

272.6

to choose a publican

to choose a tax collector

28

272.7

Among the publicans

Not only were publicans

Among the tax collectors

Not only were tax collectors

28

273.1

the publican saw Jesus

the tax collector saw Jesus

28

273.3

when Jesus bade Peter

when Jesus bid Peter

28

273.6

a publican as one

a tax collector as one

28

273.7

Among the publicans

Not only were publicans

Among the tax collectors

Not only were tax collectors

28

274.2

the table of the publicans

the table of the tax collectors

28

274.3

table of the publicans

the despised publicans

table of the tax collectors

the despised tax collectors

28

275.3

regarded the publicans

regarded the tax collectors

28

275.4

The publicans were less

The tax collectors were less

28

276.1

and a winebibber

and a drunkard

28

276.2

Jesus was setting at nought

Jesus was setting at nothing

28

276.2

eating with publicans

feasting with publicans

eating with tax collectors

feasting with tax collectors

28

277.1

wise unto salvation

wise to salvation

28

278.2

with the publicans

with the tax collectors

28

279.1

in the publican

in the tax collector

28

280.4

who looks unto the Author

who looks to the Author

29

282.3

the Lord bade Israel

the Lord bid Israel

29

283.1

on the way thither

on the way there

29

286.2

Jesus bade the afflicted

Jesus bid the afflicted

30

291.2

vale and sea

valley and sea

31

302.1

looking unto Jesus

looking to Jesus

31

302.1

shows them unto him

shows them to him

31

310.3

Jesus bade them

Jesus bid them

31

313.2

bade His hearers

bid His hearers

32

317.4

an earnest of the work

an earnest, a deposit, of the work

32

318.1

and thither Jesus

and in that direction Jesus

32

320.2

which bade the first man

which bid the first man

33

324.2

and done despite to

and showed contempt to

33

325.1

His brother were without

His brothers were outside

34

328.4

Tenderly he bade

Tenderly he bid

35

333.3

bade His disciples accompany Him thither

bid His disciples accompany Him there

35

337.3

He bade the unclean

He bid the unclean

35

338.1

they besought Jesus

they begged Jesus

35

338.1

Jesus suffered them

Jesus allowed them

35

338.3

to publish the news

to tell the news

35

339.1

beseeching Him to depart

begging Him to depart

35

339.3

Jesus bade them

Jesus bid them

36

342.1

then repaired to the house

then went to the house

36

342.1

the publicans at the feast

the tax collectors at the feast

36

344.1

pressed hither and thither

pressed here and there

36

347.1

that is unto salvation

that is to salvation

36

348.2

God has wrought

God has done

37

350.1

Jesus bade them

Jesus bid them

37

350.2

He bade them

He bid them

37

350.2

the tidings of His mercy

the news of His mercy

37

352.1

Jesus bade His

Jesus bid His

37

353.1

in His intercourse

in His interaction

38

360.1

Hitherto they had

In times past they had

38

360.3

received tidings of the

received news of the

38

360.3

watching to compass His

watching to plot His

38

361.1

with the publicans at

with the tax collectors at

39

365.2

disciples besought Him

disciples begged Him

39

365.3

hundred pennyworth

hundred denarii worth

39

365.3

He bade the disciples

He bid the disciples

39

365.4

He bade them sit

He bid them sit

39

367.3

due unto His holy name

due to His holy name

39

369.1

brought into strait places

brought into strait places

brought into difficult places

brought into hard places

41

383.2

many repaired to Capernaum

many went to Capernaum

41

384.3

Savior bade them

Savior bid them

41

386.2

strength unto eternal life

strength to eternal life

41

387.4

all hearts unto Him

all hearts to Him

41

388.3

angel smote the homes

angel struck the homes

44

406.1

Bethhoron

Beth Horon

44

407.1

Christ wrought no miracle

He wrought no miracle

Christ worked no miracle

He worked no miracle

44

408.3

and improved every occasion

and used every occasion

44

409.2

self-gratulation

self-elevation

45

410.1

scenes whither His feet

scenes where His feet

45

410.1

that rent His heart

that tore His heart

45

410.2

travail for nought

travail for nothing

45

411.1

the towns about

the towns near

45

415.2

Hitherto He had

Until then He had

45

416.3

Jesus bade His followers

Jesus bid His followers

46

419.3

ask Christ wither He is

ask Christ where He is

47

426.2

led hither by

led there by

47

426.2

who knew whither Jesus

who knew where Jesus

47

426.2

they were fain to

they were inclined to

47

428.2

He bade the distressed

He bid the distressed

48

432.1

Jesus did not repair

Jesus did not go

48

436.3

give unto him

give to him

48

439.3

Looking unto Jesus

Looking to Jesus

48

440.1

minister unto them

minister to them

48

440.1

to stay up the hands

to hold up the hands

49

450.1

mingling with publicans

mingling with tax collectors

49

454.1

the smiting of the rock

the striking of the rock

49

454.1

apart to be smitten

apart to be struck

49

454.1

In smiting Christ

In striking Christ

49

454.1

the smitten rock

the struck rock

50

458.1

and gainsaying people

and contradictory people

51

473.1

had frequently wrought

had frequently worked

52

477.3

in the miracles wrought

in the miracles worked

52

480.1

all men unto Himself

all men to Himself

52

483.1

look unto Me

look to Me

53

485.1

Heretofore He had

Until then He had

53

485.4

they would fain have

they would gladly have

53

485.1

from going thither

from going there

53

486.1

work to be wrought

work to be done

53

489.1

Jesus bade them

Jesus bid them

53

494.3

fishermen and publicans

fishermen and tax collectors

54

504.1

Christ bade the lawyer

Christ bid the lawyer

55

506.4

reveal unto them

reveal to them

55

507.1

eyes were holden

eyes were unadaptable

56

515.5

His intercourse with

His interaction with

58

528.1

their rent hearts

their torn hearts

58

529.2

the tidings of His

the news of His

58

536.1

He wrought His miracles

He worked His miracles

59

538.3

all men wondered

all men were filled with wonder

59

538.1

Divided hitherto

Divided until then

60

547.3

left aught for His sake

left all for His sake

62

557.3

spread the tidings

spread the news

62

558.1

their murderous designs

their murderous plans

62

560.2

Arimathaea

Arimathea

62

566.5

five hundred pence

fifty pence

five hundred denarii

fifty denarii

62

567.2

Mary hath washed

Mary has washed

63

569

King is Coming

King Is Coming

63

569.4

an ass

a donkey

63

569.4

Heretofore Jesus had

Until then Jesus had

63

570.2

He had heretofore

He had previously

63

570.2

could have wrought this

could have made this

63

572.2

But about the Savior

But around the Savior

63

577.2

would be visited upon

would be imposed upon

64

587.5

and know not the

and do not know the

65

593.2

He had wrought mighty

He had made mighty

65

593.3

Repairing to the temple

Returning to the temple

65

595.4

the Pharisees as infidels

the Pharisees as unbelievers

65

597.3

Christ designed that

Christ intended that

66

605.1

which can be wrought

which can be made

66

605.5

Thosuands become infidels

Thousands become unbelievers

67

611.1

and there saw discomfiture

and there saw defeat

67

611.1

themselves knew not what

themselves did not know what

67

612.1

Jesus bade His hearers

Jesus bid His hearers

67

615.1

and bade them mark

and bid them mark

67

616.2

make nice distinctions

make punctilious distinctions

67

619.2

Zecharias

Zechariah

67

620.4

Hitherto He had

Until then He had

68

621.3

they knew not

they did not know

68

623.3

bear fruit unto eternal

bear fruit to eternal

68

626.2

people were round about

people were around

69

629.1

The persecutors wrought

The persecutors worked

69

635.1

He smites his fellow

He strikes his fellow

70

637.2

ministering unto Him

ministering to Him

70

641.1

ministered unto by the

ministered to by the

70

641.1

Social intercourse will be

Social interaction will be

71

643.2

loved them unto the end

loved them to the end

72

659.2

your Redeemer liveth

your Redeemer lives

73

663.1

the divine similitude

the divine likeness

73

667.5

Christ bade His disciples

Christ bid His disciples

74

685.1

disciples had marked

disciples had noticed

74

690.1

bidden them tarry there

bidden them wait there

74

690.1

watching unto prayer

watching to prayer

74

694.1

had in nowise abated

had in no way abated

75

708.4

to be rent at the death

to be torn at the death

75

709.1

no rent must be

with a rent robe

no tear must be

with a rent robe

75

709.4

Caiaphas rent his robe

was rent in twain

Caiaphas tore his robe

was torn in two

75

710.2

a keener anguish rent

a keener anguish tore

75

713.2

raised to smite Him

raised to strike Him

75

713.3

and cared not whither

and cared not where

75

713.4

Jesus bade him watch

Jesus bid him watch

75

714.3

He said unto them

He said to them

76

721.3

setting at nought all

seeting at nothing all

77

725.5

their discomfiture at

their disconcertment at

77

728.3

to him in a charger

to him on a platter

77

729.3

works wrought by His

works made by His

77

733.1

done wonderful things

done astounding things

77

739.1

upon the smitten lamb

upon the stricken Lamb

77

739.3

on His vesture and

on His robe and

77

739.3

mocked and smote Him

mocked and struck Him

78

741.2

was to suffer without

was to suffer outside

78

750.3

He wrought miracles

He worked miracles

78

756.3

acceptance heretofore given

acceptance previously given

78

756.5

veil is rent in twain

veil is torn in two

78

757.1

He entereth in

He enters

79

759.5

Thrice the prayer

Three times the prayer

80

770.4

Israel knew not the Son

Israel did not know the Son

80

774.2

Hitherto the most holy

Up to this time the most holy

80

774.2

was rent from top to

was torn from top to

80

775.2

the rent veil

the torn veil

81

786.1

had rent open their

had torn open their

81

786.3

appeared unto many

appeared to many

82

789.2

and the napkin

and the face cloth

82

793.4

the fetters of the tomb

the shackles of the tomb

83

801.2

the tidings to the disciples

the news to the disciples

85

809.1

their steps thither

their steps there

85

810.4

Jesus bade the disciples

Jesus bid the disciples

85

812.4

Heretofore Peter had not

Before then Peter had not

85

815.4

He bade His disciple

He bid His disciple

85

815.5

Heretofore Peter had

Until then Peter had

86

821.1

would not come unto Me

would not come to Me

86

821.1

as they listed

as they wished

86

821.1

that cometh to Me

that comes to Me

86

821.1

I will in nowise cast out

I will by no means cast out

86

822.1

He bade them

He bid them

86

823.2

as an indorsement

as an endorsement

86

824.1

and bade him

and bid him

87

829.2

Thence Jesus

From that place Jesus

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32.3

Psalm 68:32-34, margin

Psalm 68:32-34

5

52.3

the Holy Spirit reveals the Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world

the Holy Spirit reveals the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world

6

68.2

A “Thus saith the Lord” is not to be set aside for a “Thus saith the church” or a “Thus saith the state.”

A “Thus says the Lord” is not to be set aside for a “Thus says the church” or a “Thus says the state.”

8

84.3

“Crucify Him! crucify Him!”

“Crucify Him, crucify Him!”

12

116.2

The learned Jew had seen the face of the martyr reflecting the light of Christ’s glory—appearing as if it had been the face of angel.”

The learned Jew had seen the face of the martyr reflecting the light of Christ’s glory—appearing as if it had been the face of an angel.”

14

131.1

the apostle said;arise

the apostle said. “Arise

18

180.1

Many of the inhabitants of Lystra worshiped at a temple dedicated to Jupiter.

Many of the inhabitants of Lystra worshiped at a temple dedicated to Zeus.

18

180.1

superstitious belief in the worship of Jupiter.

superstitious belief in the worship of Zeus.

18

181.2

Barnabas they called Jupiter

Barnabas they called Zeus

18

181.2

Paul they believe to be Mercury,

Paul they believe to be Hermes,

18

181.3

prevailed upon the priest of Jupiter to do the apostles honor

prevailed upon the priest of Zeus to do the apostles honor

18

182.2

“The record says that they were “scarce restrained”

“The record says that “they could scarcely restrain the multitudes”

18

187.1

Pamphylia, “and when they had preached the word in Perga, they went down into Attalia, and then sailed to Antioch.”

Pamphylia, and “when they had preached the word in Perga they went down to Attalia. From there they sailed to Antioch.”

28

294.1

having done him much evil. 2 Timothy 4:14.

having done him much harm. 2 Timothy 4:14.

30

319.2

Charity “doth not

Love “does not

31

323.1

“The care

His “deep concern

31

333.2

Live, sinner, live! Ye penitent, believing souls, live!

Live, sinner, live! you penitent, believing souls, live!

33

347.2

burdensome” to them

made demands” on them

36

384.2

“O foolish Galatians,” he exclaimed,who

“O foolish Galatians! Who has bewitched you,”

38

407.3

Roman captain

Roman commander

38

408.1

chief captain

commander

38

414.1

compared Ananias to a whited sepulcher

compared Ananias to a whitewashed sepulcher

38

415.3

a letter with which he had been entrusted by the chief captain

a letter with which he had been entrusted by the commander

39

422.1

“To let him have liberty,” and to “forbid none”

“To let him have liberty,” and “not to forbid”

40

428.1

He stated that “he himself would depart shortly” for Caesarea.

He stated that “he himself was going” to Caesarea “shortly.”

42

445.2

The shipwrecked crew were kindly received by the barbarous people of Melita

The shipwrecked crew were kindly received by the barbarous people of Malta

42

446.1

During the three months that the ship’s company remained at Melita

During the three months that the ship’s company remained at Malta

43

447.1

had wintered at Melita on her way westward

had wintered at Malta on her way westward

49

504.1

He who has blunted his spiritual perceptions by sinful leniency toward those whom God condemns, will erelong commit a greater sin

He who has blunted his spiritual perceptions by sinful leniency toward those whom God condemns will soon commit a greater sin

49

506.3

to make full proof of his ministry by employing every means within his reach

to fulfill his ministry by employing every means within his reach

50

509.2

erelong fearlessly sealed their faith with their blood

before long fearlessly sealed their faith with their blood

51

527.2

he himself is instructed and enlightened in the truth that maketh wise unto salvation

he himself is instructed and enlightened in the truth that makes wise unto salvation

54

554.3

“You must have charity,” is the cry heard everywhere

“You must have love” is the cry heard everywhere

54

554.3

But true charity is too pure

But true love is too pure

54

554.3

We are not to unite with the rebellious and call this charity.

We are not to unite with the rebellious and call this love.

54

555.1

this is not inconsistent with true charity.

this is not inconsistent with true love.

54

556.1

through his own experience, to “set to his seal that God is true.”

through his own experience, to certify “that God is true.”

56

570.4

the messages given him on that barren coast were to go forth as a lamp that burneth

the messages given him on that barren coast were to go forth as a lamp that burns

58

599.1

material that will stand the test of fire—gold, silver, and precious stones, “polished after the similitude of a palace.”

material that will stand the test of fire—gold, silver, and precious stones, polished “in palace style.”

The Great Controversy

Ch.

Pg.

Original

Revised

1

18.1

though He well knew whither His feet were tending.

though He well knew to what place His feet were directed.

1

19.2

if haply it might be saved from destruction.

if by chance it might be saved from destruction.

1

20.2

A homeless wanderer, reproach and penury

A homeless wanderer, reproach and poverty

1

21.2

O that thou, a nation

O that you, a nation

1

21.2

things that belong unto your peace!

things that belong to your peace!

1

29.1

Rent by internal dissensions

Torn by internal dissensions

1

35.3

a punishment visited

a punishment imposed

3

54.2

death by the rack, the fagot, or the headsman’s ax.

death by the rack, the stake, or the headsman’s ax.

3

57.3

Upon reaching the castle whither Gregory had withdrawn,

Upon reaching the castle where Gregory had withdrawn,

4

62.2

found refuge in Scotland; thence the truth was carried

found refuge in Scotland; from there the truth was carried

4

65.2

scorched by the Romish fagot.

scorched by the Romish stake.

4

66.1

a sanctuary of awful wonder

a sanctuary of awesome wonder

4

70.1

In the schools whither they went,

In the schools to which they went,

4

73.3

assure himself that he had heard aright.

assure himself that he had heard right.

4

74.2

covet the prison and the fagot

covet the prison and the stake

4

74.2

grasp the tidings of salvation

grasp the news of salvation

4

75.3

hearers had not asked him whence he came or to whither he went.

hearers had not asked him from what place he came or to what place he went.

4

78.1

The persecutions visited

The persecutions inflicted

5

81.1

Heretofore he had felt

Until then he had felt

5

81.2

foresee whither it would lead him.

foresee where it would lead him.”

5

87.3

The tidings brought great

The news brought great

5

87.3

then he bade his attendant

then he bid his attendant

5

88.1

he went forward nothing daunted.

he went forward undaunted.

5

93.2

the triumphal car of Rome

the triumphal chariot of Rome

6

98.1

and then repaired to the university at Prague

and then went to the university at Prague

6

100.3

Tidings of the work

News of the work

6

101.1

against the region smitten

against the region struck

6

101.1

Rome assayed to control

Rome tried to control

6

101.2

A large class denounced Huss

A large group denounced Huss

6

102.3

Hitherto Huss had stood alone in his labors;

Up to this time Huss had stood alone in his labors;

6

114.8

Erelong sentence of condemnation

Before long, sentence of condemnation

6

117.1

The invaders were smitten

The invaders were struck

6

118.2

A large class in Bohemia

A large group in Bohemia

7

123.3

bade him look away from himself.

bid him look away from himself.

7

128.3

still a papist of the straightest sort

still a papist of the strictest sort

7

129.2

the people in great numbers resorted thither.

the people in great numbers resorted there.

7

134.3

the Reformer set out on foot to perform the journey thither.

the Reformer set out on foot to perform the journey to that place.

7

135.1

The tidings of Luther’s arrival

The news of Luther’s arrival

7

141.2

cut off from intercourse

cut off from interaction

8

147.2

Charles bade him

Charles bid him

8

150.2

shedding beams of light athwart the darkness

shedding beams of light across the darkness

8

153.2

he was urged to repair to the castle

he was urged to go to the castle

8

154.1

“He hath a devil.”

“He has a demon.”

8

158.3

The second class consisted

The second category consisted

8

158.3

In the third class of his books

In the third group of his books

8

161.4

There was another class

There was another group

8

162.1

had been brought to nought

had been brought to nothing

8

167.2

more flattering than during his progress thither.

more flattering than during his progress there.

8

168.1

knew not whither he had been conducted.

knew not where he had been conducted.

9

171.2

and awful sublimity.

and awesome sublimity.

9

173.1

resumed his studies, repairing after a time

resumed his studies, going after a time

9

175.3

But another class received

But another group received

9

175.3

with gladness the tidings

with gladness the news

9

179.2

Zwingli at Zurich was smitten down;

Zwingli at Zurich was struck down;

10

185.3

The tidings that he was safe

The news that he was safe

10

192.2

a large class of the people

a large group of the people

11

205.4

Thither the Protestant leaders were summoned.

To that place the Protestant leaders were summoned.

11

210.3

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord:

12

211.1

the emperor was smitten

the emperor was struck

12

217.1

haughty monks, bade the

haughty monks, bid the

12

218.1

He who liveth and was dead, and is alive for evermore, and hath the keys of death and of hell

He who lives and was dead, and is alive for evermore, and has the keys of death and of hell

12

218.4

The tidings of his death

The news of his death

12

219.1

Already tidings had been

Already news had been

12

219.3

with a shudder, nothing doubting

with a shudder, not doubting

12

223.1

like Jerusalem of old, knew not the time

like Jerusalem of old, did not know the time

12

224.1

found their way hither.

found their way to that place.

12

226.2

brought about by infidels

brought about by unbelievers

12

229.2

arranged that the fagots should be lighted

arranged that the [sticks] should be lighted

12

231.1

He repaired to Switzerland

He went to Switzerland

12

231.2

Repairing to a secluded

Moving to a secluded

13

238.2

But in the midst of fagots

But in the midst of burning

13

239.1

the Netherlands a class

the Netherlands a group

13

239.1

Among these classes

Among these groups

13

239.2

from being confounded

from being confused

13

241.2

and erelong he was enrolled

and before long he was enrolled

13

241.3

he again repaired to his cloister

he again went to his cloister

13

242.2

and erelong Denmark

and before long Denmark

14

246.3

Tyndale there prosecuted

Tyndale there performed

14

247.1

secretly conveyed to London and thence circulated

secretly conveyed to London and from there circulated

14

253.1

a state of religious declension

a state of religious degeneration

14

255.2

Wesley for a short time abode with

Wesley for a short time stayed with

14

260.2

The spiritual declension

The spiritual degeneration

15

269.4

plenty of infidels, there have been

plenty of unbelievers, there have been

15

271.1

France had visited upon

France had inflicted upon

15

271.3

the sword, the ax, the fagot

the sword, the ax, the stake

15

273.1

cry of the Frence infidels was

cry of the French unbelievers was

15

274.2

Infidel France had silenced

Unbelieving France had silenced

15

275.1

“the high and lofty One that inhabits eternity,”

“the High and Lofty One who inhabits eternity,”

15

279.2

moral declension succeeded

moral degeneration succeeded

15

281.2

making them infidels and revolutionists.

making them unbelievers and revolutionists.

15

285.2

fatal error which wrought

fatal error which worked

15

285.3

Atheists, infidels, and apostates oppose

Atheists, unbelievers, and apostates oppose

15

285.4

When Satan wrought through

When Satan worked through

15

286.1

all were smitten down by

all were struck down by

15

287.1

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord:

15

288.2

The infidel Voltaire

The unbeliever Voltaire

15

288.2

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord”

16

289.2

But there was another class

But there was another group

17

310.1

Who shall stand when He appeareth who is

Who will stand when He appears who is

17

310.1

“It shall come to pass at that time,” saith the Lord, 

“It shall come to pass at that time,” says the Lord,

17

314.2

with the shameful tidings,

with the shameful news,

17

315.3

Like the tidings of the

Like the news of the

17

315.4

manifested pride, formalism, vainglory,

manifested pride, formalism, vanity,

18

319.3

But his infidel associates

But his unbelieving associates

18

322.2

they have hitherto been only heirs

they have until then been only heirs

18

324.1

God had revealed unto His

God had revealed to His

18

327.2

went forth with the good tidings of the kingdom

went forth with the good news of the kingdom

18

331.2

and deists and infidels were

and deists and unbelievers were

18

331.3

infidels, deists, Universalists,

unbelievers, deists, Universalists,

18

334.2

concerning which Jesus bade His disciples:

concerning which Jesus bid His disciples:

18

336.1

Their teaching made men infidels,

Their teaching made men unbelievers,

18

336.2

efforts to heap contumely

efforts to heap contempt

18

338.1

Doth he not speak parables?”

Does he not speak parables?”

18

338.1

His judgments were visited

His judgments were imposed

18

341.2

the blessing is not for this class.

the blessing is not for this group.

18

341.4

or as fagots for the fires

or as sticks for the fires

19

346.3

Saith the prophet:

Says the prophet:

19

346.3

God hath spoken:

God has spoken:

19

348.1

spake as never man spake

spoke as never man spoke

19

350.1

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord:

19

350.1

in blessing, bade them,

in blessing, bid them

19

352.3

Both classes fulfilled

Both groups fulfilled

20

360.2

on the journey thither

on the journey there

20

367.2

God’s will that the tidings

God’s will that the news

20

367.2

Pharisees, sorely displeased, said unto Him

Pharisees, sorely displeased, said to Him

20

367.2

As God wrought through

As God worked through

20

367.2

He wrought through them

He worked through them

20

369.1

bring forth fruit meet for

bring forth fruit fit for

20

370.1

Paul speaks of a class to whom

Paul speaks of a group to whom

21

376.2

sudden and marked declension

sudden and marked deterioration

21

387.1

a familiar intercourse

a familiar [interaction]

21

388.1

picture of the spiritual declension

picture of the spiritual degeneration

21

389.2

and where the declension

and where the deterioration

22

393.2

heaven be likened unto ten

heaven be likened to ten

22

394.1

By the tarrying of the bridegroom

By the delay of the bridegroom

22

400.2

humiliation and returning unto the Lord

humiliation and returning to the Lord

22

403.3

A large class who had

A large group who had

22

404.2

days had passed ere they witnessed

days had passed before they witnessed

22

407.1

His Spirit still abode with

His Spirit still remained with

23

413.1

in the words of Paul already quoted:

in the words of Paul in Hebrews 9:1:

23

413.2

built by Moses; this is pitched by the Lord

built by Moses; this one is pitched by the Lord

23

413.2

their service; in this, Christ

Their service; in this one, Christ

23

414.2

where thousand thousands minister unto Him,

where thousand thousands minister to Him,

23

415.2

renews His intercourse with the fallen race

renews His interaction with the fallen race

23

420.2

performed “unto the example and shadow of heavenly things.”

performed to “the copy and shadow of the heavenly things.”

24

431.3

Another class firmly held

Another group firmly held

25

437.1

brings to view a class that,

brings to view a group that,

25

437.2

an atheist, or an infidel.

an atheist, or an unbeliever.

25

438.1

points to another class,

points to another group,

25

444.1

a state of religious declension similar to

a state of religious degeneration similar to

26

452.3

Here is brought to view a class who think

Here is brought to view a group who think

26

460.3

Thus saith the Lord:

Thus says the Lord:

27

461.2

fruit meet for repentance

fruit fit for repentance

27

461.2

sought not the outward adorning with braiding

sought not the outward adorning, “arranging the

27

462.2

give again that he had robbed

give back what he had robbed

27

463.3

Religion has become the sport of infidels and skeptics

Religion has become the sport of unbelievers and skeptics

27

463.3

widespread declension of faith and piety

widespread decline of faith and piety

27

468.1

passed from death unto life, from sin unto holiness,

passed from death to life, from sin to holiness,

27

470.2

view of the awful majesty of holiness,

view  of the awesome majesty of holiness,

27

472.1

but what saith the word of God? 

but what says the word of God?

27

472.3

true character of that class who claim

true character of that group who claim

27

475.1

example of temperance, self-denial, and self-sacrifice.

example of self-control, self-denial, and self-sacrifice.

27

478.2

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord:

28

480.3

Jesus bade His disciples:

Jesus bid His disciples:

28

487.2

make men wise unto salvation?

make men wise to salvation?

28

490.1

In the awful presence of God

In the awesome presence of God

29

492.1

disposition to doubt and cavil

disposition to doubt and quibble

29

492.2

God was in no wise responsible

God was in no way responsible

29

495.3

Lucifer himself did not at first see whither he was drifting;

Lucifer himself did not at first see where he was drifting;

29

496.1

accusing the Son of God of a design to humiliate

accusing the Son of God of a plan to humiliate

29

497.2

Heretofore it had had no place

Until then it had had no place

29

500.4

Lucifer had chosen was in no wise chargeable

Lucifer had chosen was in no way chargeable

29

501.3

there was given unto Him a name

there was given to Him a name

30

506.2

creates conflict where hitherto had been peace.

creates conflict where previously there had been peace.

32

524.2

a large class who profess to believe the Bible;

a large group who profess to believe the Bible;

32

525.3

fanciful ideas that are obtaining among the churches

fanciful ideas that are prevailing among the churches

32

525.3

until they become actual infidels.

until they become actual unbelievers.

32

526.1

presented from the sacred desk, merely

presented from the sacred pulpit, merely

32

526.1

Not a few become infidels

Not a few become unbelievers

32

5227.3

to question and cavil.

to question and quibble.

32

528.1

Instead of questioning and caviling

Instead of questioning and quibbling

32

529.2

Balaam assayed to secure

Balaam tried to secure

33

532.2

Then indeed there was

Then indeed there would have been

33

532.2

Satan was proved to be

Satan would have proved to be

33

532.2

man should return to the ground whence he was taken:

man should return to the ground from where he was taken:

33

534.1

Satan bade his angels

Satan bid his angels

33

536.2

yes, millions, of skeptics and infidels.

yes, millions, of skeptics and unbelievers.

33

536.3

proclaimed it from the sacred desk

proclaimed it from the sacred pulpit

33

537.1

A large class to whom the

A large group to whom the

33

540.3

the sinner is treasuring up unto himself

the sinner is treasuring up for himself

33

541.4

upon whom His judgments are visited.

upon whom His judgments are imposed.

34

556.2

The claim that men can hold intercourse with evil spirits

The claim that men can hold interaction with evil spirits

34

560.2

In the class here described

In the group here described

34

561.1

the retribution to be visited upon

the retribution to be imposed upon

35

572.1

A large class, even of those

A large group, even of those

35

576.1

the pontifical palace at Rome was the source whence it proceeded.

the pontifical palace at Rome was the source from where it proceeded.

35

579.1

God’s judgments are visited upon

God’s judgments are imposed upon

36

583.1

idolatry exists in the Christian world today as verily as it existed

idolatry exists in the Christian world today as truly as it existed

36

585.2

what can be done to stay the tide of evil.

what can be done to stem the tide of evil.

36

590.1

The class that have provoked

The group that have provoked

37

594.2

are turned unto fables.

are turned to fables.

38

603.2

they are entrenched in an infidel hardihood.

they are entrenched in an unbelieving hardihood.

38

604.2

All who refuse compliance will be visited with

All who refuse compliance will be subjected to

38

605.2

and those who serve Him not.

and those who do not serve Him.

38

605.2

While one class, by accepting

While one group, by accepting

38

605.3

Heretofore those who presented

Up to this time those who presented

38

608.2

a large class who have

a large group who have

38

612.2

children of God sever the bands which have held

children of God sever the bonds which have held

38

612.2

are powerless to stay them

are powerless to stop them

39

616.2

filled with terror by the tidings

filled with terror by the news

39

619.2

they plead with God to stay the work of rebellion

they plead with God to stem the work of rebellion

39

626.2

when judgments were visited upon

when judgments were imposed upon

39

630.2

bound as fagots for the fires of destruction

bound as bundles of sticks for the fires of destruction

40

635.2

Saith the Lord;

Says the Lord:

40

635.3

The angry multitudes are suddenly arrested.

The angry multitudes are suddenly halted

40

636.2

whence comes the voice of God

from where the voice of God

40

640.1

Depart, thou wicked servant.

Depart, you wicked servant.

40

643.2

jeered at His royal title and bade the mocking soldiers

jeered at His royal title and bid the mocking soldiers

40

644.2

awake, ye that sleep in the dust

awake, you that sleep in the dust

40

644.3

fashion them like unto His

fashion them like His

40

646.1

Adam in his innocency.

Adam in his innocence.

41

654.3

The world see the very class

The world see the very group

41

654.3

as he stood in the desk,

as he stood in the pulpit,

41

660.4

kings and priests unto God.

kings and priests to God.

42

662.3

the Mount of Olives, whence,

the Mount of Olives, where,

42

664.3

leads the van, and his angels

leads the vanguard, and his angels

42

665.3

Salvation to our God and unto the Lamb.

Salvation to our God and to the Lamb.

42

667.3

in whose extremest anguish

in whose extremist anguish

42

668.1

from which they would fain be excused.

from which they would happily be excused.

42

668.1

He will in no wise clear

He will in no way clear

42

669.1

covering cherub remembers whence he has fallen.

covering cherub remembers from where he has fallen.

42

671.1

He might bring many sons unto glory

He might bring many sons to glory

42

671.1

white-robed ones about the throne

white-robed ones around the throne

42

673.1

the law has been visited;

the law has been imposed;

42

673.2

he has wrought his creation

he has worked his creation

42

673.3

the righteous abode safely

the righteous remained safely

42

676.2

Saith the Lord:

Says the Lord:

42

677.3

gladness at the tidings

gladness at the news