The Discipline of Suffering "Why am I suffering, Lord?" While Ellen White didn't say why
you specifically might be suffering, she did give a glimpse into how
God can use the sorrow and suffering in our lives to make us stronger Christians and
prepare us for greater responsibilities.|
| "We have
a God whose ear is not closed to our petitions; and if we prove His word, He
will honor our faith. He wants us to have all our interests interwoven with
His interests, and then He can safely bless us; for we shall not then take
glory to self when the blessing is ours, but shall render all the praise to
God. God does not always answer our prayers the first time we call upon Him;
for should He do this, we might take it for granted that we had a right to
all the blessings and favors He bestowed upon us. Instead of searching our
hearts to see if any evil was entertained by us, any sin indulged, we would
become careless, and fail to realize our dependence upon Him, and our need of
|(Review and Herald 6/9/1891)|
|Fulfilled or Fallacy?|
Some of Her Critics Would Eventually Doubt the Bible Ellen White wrote in 1876 that some people who gave up faith in her testimonies would
eventually doubt the Bible. Hate to say it, but we've conversed with some critics who have done just that.
Paul, Matthew, Mark, and John? Not inspired, they tell us. It kind of shocks us to read their comments.
See what you think.|
|About Her Visions|
The Characters of Two Men Described A vision describing people she had never met enabled
Ellen White to point out which man was a hypocrite and which man needed to step forward in faith.
The secrets of the past of two strangers were also delineated.|