Ellen G. White Writings

<< Back Forward >>

«Back «Prev. Pub. «Ch «Pg   Pg» Ch» Next Pub.» Forward»

Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 175

If I should relate to you the experiences I have had in regard to money matters since I returned home, you would laugh, I know. I can laugh now, but I assure you in the pinch it was no laughing matter.—Letter 19, 1885, p. 2. (To Elder Uriah Smith and wife, March 23, 1885.)

You may be assured I miss your little visits in my room, but the thought you are doing the will of God, helps me to bear the loss of your company.—Letter 10, 1860, p. 1. (To “Dear Husband,” October 12, 1860.)

Babe is fat and healthy, weighed last Thursday 15 pounds. He promises to be a very rugged boy.... I will tell you one thing, he is so hearty it will cost you quite a bill to keep me and him ... my appetite is good. Food sets well.—Letter 14, 1860, pp. 1, 2. (To “Dear Husband,” November 19, 1860.)

I miss father more and more. Especially do I feel his loss while here in the mountains. I find it a very difficult thing being in the mountains with my husband and [now] in the mountains without him. I am fully of the opinion that my life was so entwined or interwoven with my husband's that it is about impossible for me to be of any great account without him.—Letter 17, 1881, p. 1. (To “Dear Son Willie” [W. C. White], September 12, 1881.)

Although I miss you very, very much, and love you, yet I feel at present I belong to God to wait for and do His will. I tell you freely it is a great sacrifice to my feelings to have you separated from me as you are, and yet it

«Back «Prev. Pub. «Ch «Pg   Pg» Ch» Next Pub.» Forward»