Ellen G. White Writings

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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 409

and sweet potatoes are prepared with a little cream and salt and rebaked, and not fried; they are excellent. I have had a good appetite and relish my food, and am perfectly satisfied with the portion which I select, which I know does not injure my digestive organs. Others can eat food which I cannot, such as lentils and beans.—Letter 322, 1905. (To Brother and Sister Belden, November 26, 1905.)

While many of the workers in the W.C.T.U. have heard the truth of the third angel's message, there are many more who have never had it presented to them in its fullness. These women will not be condemned for not receiving that which they have not heard. I have been shown that if the Sabbath truth is presented to these, many will accept it. We should not neglect them, or treat them as if they were opposed to the cause of present truth. By showing ourselves interested in their work of temperance, we shall open the way to give them the light we have.—Letter 302, 1907. (To Dr. Lillis Wood-Star, September 19, 1907.)

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