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Manuscript Releases, vol. 10 [Nos. 771-850], Page i

Manuscript Releases Volume Ten [Nos. 771-850]

A Word of Explanation

When Ellen White died in 1915, she left her manuscripts and letters in the custody of a small group of ministers and administrators in the Seventh-day Adventist Church whom she had appointed to serve as trustees of her estate. As the years passed, these trustees and their successors became increasingly aware of the potential usefulness to the church of this gold mine of unpublished materials. Procedures were developed whereby church entities, or even individuals, could request the “release” of specified excerpts from Ellen White's writings for use in books, articles, class lectures, or sermons. For details of the release process the reader is referred to the preface to Manuscript Releases, Vol. 1.

As in the earlier volumes, materials currently available elsewhere in published form have not been included in the present volume. In a few cases materials under consideration and assigned a release number were not processed. And the number was not reassigned. Until 1983, only the excerpts requested for public use were “released.” Starting with manuscript release no. 970, the White Estate began “releasing” entire letters or manuscripts, so far as possible, even if only particular paragraphs were requested.

Copy for this volume has been sent to the publisher camera-ready, which means that any typographical mistakes or other inaccuracies which may appear are the responsibility of the White Estate, not the publisher.

We take pleasure in making these materials available in this form, and trust that the counsels, warnings, and principles put forth by the author will bring a blessing to every reader.

The Trustees of the

Ellen G. White Estate.

Washington, D.C.

Table of Contents

A Word of Explanation
Ms. ReleasePage
771 Help to Be Given to Foreign Missions1
772 Workers Need More of Christ's Refining Grace3
773 Warning Regarding Future Troubles4
774 The Whites Hold Tent Meetings in Dallas, Texas7
775 Study of Languages8
776 Sabbathkeeping in the Arctic9
777 Salvation Out of and Away From Ourselves11
778 The Writing and Editing of the E. G. White Books12
779 Religious Use of Buildings Once Used for CorruptPurposes14
780 Work for the Cities of the East16
781 Ellen G. White and Family Life20
782 Reasons for Literature Evangelist's Success41
783 The Danger of Going to Extremes42
784 The Waymark Doctrines Are to Be Preserved44
785 Revision of Denominational Books49
786 This Is E. G. White Material Cited in the E. G. WhiteBiography Series.
787 The Outlook for a Sanitarium at Adelaide52
788 True Religion53
789 Visiting the Samoan Islands59
790 Possession of the Battle Creek Tabernacle62
791 The Problem of Evil63
792 L. R. Conradi64
793 Ellen White Acknowledges Her Need of Divine Help65
794 Counsels and Comments Pertaining to Women69
795 Walk in the Light of the Cross77
796 The Church Not Perfect81
797 Letters to the Beldens on Norfolk Island82
798 Extreme Views of Sanctification to Be Shunned87
799 This Material Is Included in Manuscript ReleaseNo. 1011.
800 Sabbathkeeping89
801 Acceptable Prayer96
802 Results of the Work of the Holy Spirit98
803 Parental Training of Children101
804 Miscellaneous113
805 God's Purpose in Permitting Trials115
806 Stephen Belden and Norfolk Island127
807 The Vision of Moses151
808 Philippians 3:12-15161
809 Warning Not to Join J. H. Kellogg162
810 Instruction Regarding Sanitarium Work164
811 Ellen White's Confidence in Her Calling166
812 Christ Was Our Nearest of Kin173
813 Comfort and Assurance for the Afflicted174
814 Marriage and the Christian Home179
815 Evangelizing Big Cities From Outposts208
816 Nearness and Delay of the Second Advent265
817 What Being Saved Means282
818 Mental Improvement Promised298
819 Not Processed.
820 Historical and Geographical Backgrounds Helpful, NotEssential301
821 Individuality in Educational Work302
822 Present Your Bodies a Living Sacrifice306
823 Belshazzar Admitted to Kingly Authority in His Youth307
824 Not Processed.
825 Evidences of True Revival308
826 Spurious Visions and Extreme Positions310
827 Blessed Light From the Word of God313
828 This Material Is Included in Manuscript ReleaseNo. 1037.
829 The Third Angel's Message314
830 Work of Angels319
831 This Material Was Published in The Review and Herald, October 14, 1902.
832 Training for Heaven320
833 Ellen White's Theology of Redemption328
834 Counsels Involving W. W. Prescott and His Work333
835 1982 Devotional Book338
836 True Dignity for a Teacher339
837 The Battle Creek College Debt340
838 Ellen White's Financial Affairs341
839 Keeping the Sabbath on a Round World342
840 Not Processed.
841 Ellen White's Deep Conviction of Her Prophetic Call343
842 Counsels Concerning W. W. Prescott and A. G. Daniells345
843 Geological Field Conference—1981367
844 Longing for Jesus to Come379
845 The Conflict Between Jezebel and the Sons of theProphets384
846 If One Sin Had Tainted Christ's Character385
847 Counsels Concerning the Second Coming386
848 A Knowledge of God Through Christ389
849 Work for the Jews391
850 Why Ellen White Went to Australia392

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