Ellen G. White Writings

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The Ministry of Healing, Table of Contents

Preface 7
Table of Contents 9
Chapter 1—Our Example 17
Chapter 2—Days of Ministry 29
Chapter 3—With Nature and With God 51
Chapter 4—The Touch of Faith 59
Chapter 5—Healing of the Soul 73
Chapter 6—Saved to Serve 95
Chapter 7—The Co-Working of the Divine and the Human 111
Chapter 8—The Physician, an Educator 125
Chapter 9—Teaching and Healing 139
Chapter 10—Helping the Tempted 161
Chapter 11—Working for the Intemperate 171
Chapter 12—Help for the Unemployed and the Homeless 183
Chapter 13—The Helpless Poor 201
Chapter 14—Ministry to the Rich 209
Chapter 15—In the Sickroom 219
Chapter 16—Prayer for the Sick 225
Chapter 17—The Use of Remedies 234
Chapter 18—Mind Cure 241
Chapter 19—In Contact With Nature 261
Chapter 20—General Hygiene 271
Chapter 21—Hygiene Among the Israelites 277
Chapter 22—Dress 287
Chapter 23—Diet and Health 295
Chapter 24—Flesh as Food 311
Chapter 25—Extremes in Diet 318
Chapter 26—Stimulants and Narcotics 325
Chapter 27—Liquor Traffic and Prohibition 337
Chapter 28—Ministry of the Home 349
Chapter 29—The Builders of the Home 356
Chapter 30—Choice and Preparation of the Home 363
Chapter 31—The Mother 371
Chapter 32—The Child 379
Chapter 33—Home Influences 388
Chapter 34—True Education, a Missionary Training 395
Chapter 35—A True Knowledge of God 409
Chapter 36—Danger in Speculative Knowledge 427
Chapter 37—The False and the True in Education 439
Chapter 38—The Importance of Seeking True Knowledge 451
Chapter 39—The Knowledge Received Through God's Word 458
Chapter 40—Help in Daily Living 469
Chapter 41—In Contact With Others 483
Chapter 42—Development and Service 497
Chapter 43—A Higher Experience 503