Ellen G. White Writings

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Manuscript Releases, vol. 8 [Nos. 526-663], Page 18

I am now looking over my diaries and copies of letters written for several years back, commencing before I went to Europe, before you [Mabel] were born. I have the most precious matter to reproduce and place before the people in testimony form. While I am able to do this work, the people must have these things to revive past history, that they may see that there is one straight chain of truth, without one heretical sentence, in that which I have written.—Letter 329a, 1905, pp. 1, 2. (To Mabel White, November 16, 1905.)

All through the day I have important writings to examine. I find so much that ought to come before the people, and we are trying to prepare these writings as fast as possible. At times my eyes are severely taxed, but no one but myself can do this first work, to judge of their importance, and to decide which should come before the people.—Letter 292, 1908, p. 1. (To J. E. White, October 5, 1908.)

Released May 20, 1977.

MR No. 533—In Mind, Character, and Personality, pp. 219-229, 237

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