Ellen G. White Writings

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engrossed with games, with horse races, with gambling, smoking, and drunkenness....

Shall not the people of God more frequently have holy convocations in which to thank God for His rich blessings?11Counsels to Teachers, Parents, and Students, 343.

Holidays Afford Opportunity for Missionary Service—We want men in the church who have ability to develop in the line of organizing and giving practical work to young men and women in the line of relieving the wants of humanity and working for the salvation of the souls of men, women, youth, and children. It will not be possible for all to give their whole time to the work because of the labor they must do to earn their daily living. Yet these have their holidays and times that they can devote to Christian work and do good in this way if they cannot give much of their means.12Letter 12, 1892.

When you have a holiday, make it a pleasant and happy day for your children, and make it also a pleasant day for the poor and the afflicted. Do not let the day pass without bringing thanksgiving and thank offerings to Jesus.13The Review and Herald, November 13, 1894.

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