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Manuscript Releases, vol. 17 [Nos. 1236-1300], Page 66

He must be exemplified in the minutest details of everyday service in the work that He has given us to do. When, in the place of leaning upon human understanding or conforming to worldly maxims, we sit at the feet of Jesus, eagerly drinking in His words, learning of Him, and saying, “Lord, what wilt Thou have me to do?” our natural independence, our self-confidence, our strong self-will, will be exchanged for a childlike, submissive, teachable spirit. When we are in right relation to God, we shall recognize Christ's authority to direct us and His claim to our unquestioning obedience.—Letter 186, 1902.

Ellen G. White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

May 7, 1987.

Entire Letter.

MR No. 1246—E.G. White Materials Used in a Paper Presented by R.W. Olson at the Centennial Commemoration of Ellen White's Visit to Europe, Published in Ellen G. White and Europe. On File at the White Estate

MR No. 1247—E.G. White Materials Used in a Paper Presented by G. Poublan at the Centennial Commemoration of Ellen White's Visit to Europe, Published in Ellen G. White and Europe. On File at the White Estate

MR No. 1248—E.G. White Material Cited in “The Humor of Ellen White” by Glen Baker, published in The Adventist Review, April 30, 1987

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