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    Exhibit 48—Thursday, June 15, 1893, Wellington, New Zealand, Ellen White to W. C. White

    Dear Son Willie: ... Marian, you know, cannot be closely confined. She is all enthused with hospital work. I am anxious to get out the life of Christ. Marian specifies chapters and subjects for me to write upon that I do not see really need to be written upon. I may see more light in them. These I shall not enter upon without the Lord’s Spirit seems to lead me. The building a tower, the war of kings, these things do not burden my mind, but the subjects of the life of Christ, His character representing the Father, the parables essential for us all to understand and practice the lessons contained in them, I shall dwell upon.ERWDA 25.3

    Letter 131, 1893, p. 3.