The Acts of the Apostles in the Proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2005 - Religion - 632 pages
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1911. To her wonderfully instructive volumes Ellen G. White adds The Acts of the Apostles, a record of God's witnesses subsequent to the life of our Lord. By this Spirit-aided book a flood of light is thrown upon the apostolic church and its momentous meaning to us of this time. The church militant demands the church triumphant. Through all her warfare, her trials, her defeats, she has seen the vision of victory. Above all the discordant noises of earth, she has heard the ringing, cheering voice of her Captain.

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Ellen Gould Harmon White, born Ellen Harmon in 1827, is one of the founders of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. She was believed by some within the Church to be a prophetess, and White herself claimed that she was the messenger of the Lord. White's writings, which includes books, articles and essays, often related to her many visions, total over 100,000 pages. Many of her writings are of interest primarily to Adventists and religious readers, but her Conflict of the Ages Series is of mass appeal. White died on July 16, 1915.

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