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- Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers/The Study of the Books of Daniel and the Revelation
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Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers/The Study of the Books of Daniel and the Revelation
If all would study the Bible as prayerfully and as conscientiously as they ought, giving earnest heed to every word and receiving it as coming directly from God, there would be no need of any other religious book. Whatever is written should be for the purpose of calling attention more directly to the words of Scripture. Whatever substitutes any man's opinions for the Bible, so that by it the people are led to rest content without any further study of the Bible itself, is worse than useless. New Audio files — Audio files as an online study aid. We now have a large collection of e-books available for downloading. Check out our Bible studies. There are several studies here on thought provoking items which are often misunderstood.
Commentary on daniel and revelation, ellen g. white
White quotes on Daniel 12 After these seven thunders uttered their voices, the instruction comes to John as to Daniel in regard to the little book: "Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered. Daniel shall stand in his lot at the end of the days. John sees the little book unsealed. Then Daniel's prophecies have their proper place in the first, second, and third angels' messages to be given to the world. The unsealing of the little book was the message in relation to time. Manuscript Releases, volume 19, page
SDA Bible Commentary
No Better Guide Than God —If men will walk in the path that God has marked out for them, they will have a counselor whose wisdom is far above any human wisdom. Joshua was a wise general because God was his guide. The first sword that Joshua used was the sword of the Spirit, the Word of God. Will the men who are handling large responsibilities read the first chapter of Joshua?
An Exhaustive Ellen G. White Commentary on Daniel and Revelation
With Enoch, the seventh from Adam, and for three hundred and eight years contemporary with Adam, the voice of prophecy began to be heard through human lips. This sublime and earliest prophecy reaches to the end of time. And through all the intervening ages, other prophecies have covered all the more important events in the great drama of history. DAR 3. The coming to pass of these great events has been but the response of history to what the prophecies had declared. It is for the purpose of calling attention to some of these important prophetico-historical lessons, if we may be permitted to coin a word, that this volume is written.