EGW’s Endorsement of the Pioneers by Uncategorized

Ellen White’s Counsel Regarding the Advent Pioneers’ Writings

We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history. (LS, 196)

The record of the experience through which the people of God passed in the early history of our work must be republished. (Letter 105, 1903)

The experience of William Miller and his associates, of Captain Joseph Bates, and of other pioneers in the advent message, should be kept before our people. (Letter 105, 1903)

Elder Loughborough’s book should receive attention. Our leading men should see what can be done for the circulation of this book. (Letter 105, 1903)

Let the aged men who were pioneers in our work speak plainly. (MS62, 1905)

Let those who are dead speak … by reprinting their articles. (MS62, 1905)

Make prominent the testimony of some of the old workers who are now dead. (Letter 99, 1905)

These articles should now be reprinted, that there may be a living voice from the Lord’s witnesses. (Letter 99, 1905)

The history of the early experiences in the message will be a power to withstand the masterly ingenuity of Satan’s deceptions. (Letter 99, 1905)

Gather up the rays of divine light that God has given as He led His people on step by step in the way of truth. (MS62, 1905)

Rehearse the experience of the men who acted a part in the establishment of our work in the beginning. (MS129, 1905)

Repeat the words of the pioneers in our work, who knew what it cost to search for the truth as for hidden treasure, and who labored to lay the foundation of our work. (RH March 25, 1905)

The standard-bearers who have fallen in death, are to speak through the reprinting of their writings … to bear their testimony as to what constitutes truth for this time. (CWE32, 1905)


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