Ellen G. White Writings

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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 90

Manuscript 99, 1908, p. 3. (“The Buena Vista Property as a Probable School Location,” typed September 23, 1908.)

The man who magnifies his own office in working in any line to bind about the conscience of another, be he president of the General Conference, president of a small conference, or the elder or deacon or lay member of a church, he is out of God's line. The Lord has been dishonored by the misrepresentations that have weakened and discouraged some of His servants, and deprived them of the opportunity to employ their talents because they will not sell their conscience or their powers for other men to use. God desires that men shall stand in their own individual responsibility, and while they are consecrated to Him there will be unity in their diversity, as branches of the true Vine.—Manuscript 66, 1898, 5, 6. (To the General Conference and our publishing institutions, May 24, 1898.)

It is the duty we owe to our people and to God to send every ray of light given me of God, demanded for this time, to every tongue and nation!—Letter 25a, 1889, p. 4. (To C. Eldridge, September 8, 1889.)

Released August 10, 1971.

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