Ellen G. White Writings

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1. Counsels on Stewardship, p. 95.6 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... . He had also made a Christmas donation of $125.

2. Counsels on Stewardship, p. 295.2 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... things. Our birthday anniversaries and Christmas and Thanksgiving festivals are too ...

3. Counsels on Stewardship, p. 296.3 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... in a special way, but Christmas and New Year's should ...

4. Bible Echo and Signs of the Times January 1, 1892 paragraph 20 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
On Christmas day our hall was full. ...

5. The Bible Echo December 15, 1892 paragraph 10 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... to the honor of men. Christmas gifts are bestowed on our ...

6. The Bible Echo December 15, 1892 paragraph 11 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
In celebrating Christmas, fathers, mothers, children, and friends ...

7. The Bible Echo December 15, 1892 paragraph 14 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... attraction? O, may the coming Christmas be the best one you ...

8. Manuscript Releases, vol. 19 [Nos. 1360-1419], p. 74.2 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... matter before our people last Christmas, but other subjects demanded so ...

9. Manuscript Releases, vol. 19 [Nos. 1360-1419], p. 300.1 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... letter refers to a dramatized Christmas program put on by the ...

10. Manuscript Releases, vol. 19 [Nos. 1360-1419], p. 301.2 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
... sent to them. Now this Christmas has passed into eternity with ...

11. Manuscript Releases, vol. 19 [Nos. 1360-1419], p. 302.1 (Ellen G. White) (100%)
We hope, now that the Christmas is in the past, that ...

12. Ellen G. White: The Later Elmshaven Years: 1905-1915 (vol. 6), p. 75.1 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
... home, having come just after Christmas. Haskell was suffering from an ...

13. Ellen G. White: The Early Elmshaven Years: 1900-1905 (vol. 5), p. 51.5 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
Tuesday was Christmas Day, and Ellen White spent much of it touring San Francisco. Of this she wrote:

14. Ellen G. White: The Early Elmshaven Years: 1900-1905 (vol. 5), p. 139.4 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
... of Mrs. Rasmussen's Danish Christmas cakes, which Willie enjoyed so ...

15. Ellen G. White: The Early Elmshaven Years: 1900-1905 (vol. 5), p. 148.5 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
She was one who could weep. It was the message given to her by God on Christmas Day thirty-six years earlier that led to the establishment of this institution in Battle Creek in August, 1866.

16. Ellen G. White: The Early Elmshaven Years: 1900-1905 (vol. 5), p. 309.3 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
Christmas at Elmshaven was a usual workday. W. C. White reported in a long letter to A. G. Daniells:

17. Ellen G. White: The Early Elmshaven Years: 1900-1905 (vol. 5), p. 309.4 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
It is a bright, crisp, frosty, sunny morning: an ideal day for midwinter in California. If we had any time to be merry, we could make it a merry Christmas.— Ibid., 58.

18. Ellen G. White: The Early Years: 1827-1862 (vol. 1), p. 200.6 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
Had they assembled on this Christmas Eve in expectancy of circumstances ...

19. Ellen G. White: The Early Years: 1827-1862 (vol. 1), p. 334.1 (Arthur L. White) (100%)
As for herself, she was on crutches and had been since Christmas Eve, when she slipped on the ice and injured her left leg. She told of this:

20. Ms 30, 1885 (December 25, 1885) par. 23 (86%)
This is Christmas day. There is a great ...

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