Ellen G. White Writings

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Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, Page 131

to be clothed with His righteousness. Nothing will be put upon the person to attract attention or to create controversy.

Christianity—how many there are who do not know what it is! It is not something put on the outside. It is a life inwrought with the life of Jesus. It means that we are wearing the robe of Christ's righteousness. In regard to the world, Christians will say, We will not dabble in politics. They will say decidedly, We are pilgrims and strangers; our citizenship is above. They will not be seen choosing company for amusement. They will say, We have ceased to be infatuated by childish things. We are strangers and pilgrims, looking for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.

[For further study: Fundamentals of Christian Education, 107-112, 174-180; Testimonies for the Church 9:161-166, 169-172, 200, 201.]


Chapter 14—Sabbath Observance the Sign of Loyalty

[Special Testimony to Battle Creek Church, 29-40 (1898).]

Sunnyside, Cooranbong,

January 12, 1898

I call upon all who have united in a course of action that is wrong in principle to make a decided reformation, and forever after walk humbly with God. The world is soon to be judged. A righteous God must avenge the death of His Son. Today men are choosing Barabbas, and saying, Crucify Christ. They will do this in the person of His saints. They will go over the same ground as the Jewish priests and rulers did in their treatment of Christ. He, the Son of God, and an innocent man, was murdered because He told men truths that it did not please them to hear. Yet He was the Son of the infinite God.

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