The Mysteries of God’s Word

The Mysteries of God’s Word

“Canst thou by searching find out God?” No finite mind can fully comprehend the character or the works of the Infinite One. We cannot by searching find out God. To minds the strongest and most highly cultured, as well as to the weakest and most ignorant, that holy Being must remain clothed in mystery. But though “clouds and darkness are round about

How Shall We Keep the Sabbath?

How Shall We Keep the Sabbath?

God is merciful. His requirements are reasonable, in accordance with the goodness and benevolence of His character. The object of the Sabbath was that all mankind might be benefited. Man was not made to fit the Sabbath; for the Sabbath was made after the creation of man, to meet his necessities. After God had made the world in six days, He rested a

A New Spin on Ellen White

A New Spin on Ellen White

He threw the book Counsels on Health back in my face and sneered with disgust, “When I was growing up, Ellen White was always used as a hammer that was consistently slammed with great force upon my head. It hurt a lot! And to be honest with you—I’m over her!” I sat there with my mouth gaping open. My jaw hung so low that two people walking past me

Ellen White Resources for Youth

Ellen White Resources for Youth

There is a wide variety of Ellen White resources available for youth and young adults of every taste and interest. The resources below will help spark young people’s interest in Ellen White and her writings and assist parents/leaders in sharing this treasure with the next generation. Resources about Ellen White “Making Ellen White Teen-Friendly” an

Ellen White’s Final Plea

Ellen White’s Final Plea

There are books that are of vital importance that are not looked at by our young people. They are neglected because they are not so interesting to them as some lighter reading. We should advise the young to take hold of such reading matter as recommends itself for the upbuilding of Christian character. The most essential points of our faith should

100 Years Ago Today: Ellen G. White’s Funeral

100 Years Ago Today: Ellen G. White’s Funeral

When Ellen White died in July 1915, three funerals and a graveside service memorialized her life of ministry. An estimated 5,400 people attended these services. The first funeral was held July 18 on the lawn at her home in California, known as Elmshaven. A second was held the next day in Oakland, California. The third and largest service was held o