Ellen G. White Writings

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Manuscript Releases, vol. 7 [Nos. 419-525], Page 367

MR No. 513—Items for Use in Ministry Magazine

There perished in the flood greater inventions of art and human skill than the world knows of today. The arts destroyed were more than the boasted arts of today. The great gifts with which God had endowed man were perverted. There was gold and silver in abundance, and men were constantly seeking to exceed their fellow men in devices. The result was that violence was upon the earth. The Lord was forgotten. This long-lived race were constantly devising how they might [contend] with the universe of heaven and gain possession of Eden.—Letter 65, 1898, p. 3. (To Brethren Griggs and Howe, typed August 23, 1898.)

The teacher of truth must see eye to eye with Christ.—Letter 24, 1899, p. 7. (To Brother and Sister Durland, March 26, 1896.)

Released January 18, 1976.

MR No. 514—In Selected Messages 3:337, and Manuscript Release No. 869

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