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Darkness Before Dawn, Page 40

Chapter 8—The Time of Trouble8 The Great Controversy, 615-630.

How shall Christ's people stand in days of almost overwhelming opposition? Can we rely on God's promises no matter what may come? Where can we find a safeguard from the storm?

As the Sabbath has become the special point of controversy throughout Christendom, and religious and secular authorities have combined to enforce the observance of the Sunday, the persistent refusal of a small minority to yield to the popular demand will make them objects of universal execration. It will be urged that the few who stand in opposition to an institution of the church and a law of the state ought not to be tolerated; that it is better for them to suffer than for whole nations to be thrown into confusion and lawlessness. The same

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