Events

  1. 401. Ellen Shares her Faith

    From this time forward Ellen's whole purpose in life was to do the will of God and keep Jesus continually in mind. ...
    1842
  2. 402. Ellen White Describes the Time of Expectation

    Ellen White recounts: This was also the time for the message of the second angel, who, flying through the midst of heaven, cried, "Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great ...
    August 1844
  3. 403. An Own Press

    In February 1852, James White stated in the Review: "I think the time has come when a press should be owned by Sabbathkeepers" (RH, Feb. 17, 1852). ...
    February 1852
  4. 404. The Journey

    James had charted the itinerary, allowing time to drive from one appointment to the next and giving word in advance through the Review. ...
    July 1852
  5. 405. The Visions not Published in the Review

    In 1849 when James White began to publish Present Truth, the reading audience was limited to those who had been in the first and second angels' messages. ...
    21. April 1851
  6. 406. Ellen White's First Book

    The visions troubled many. So James White cautiously refrained from publishing the 13 issues of volume 1 of the combined Review journal issued at Paris, Maine. ...
    July 1849
  7. 407. Tithes and Offerings

    Systematic Benevolence was early endorsed by Ellen White, and she linked it with the tithe. At the outset there was no separation of tithes and offerings. ...
  8. 408. The Autumn Trip East

    On Wednesday, August 17, 1859, the Whites left by train for a three-month tour through the Eastern states. ...
    17. August 1859
  9. 409. When to Commence the Sabbath

    As the number of believers increased, it became clear that there was a pressing need for some guidance and controls. Some organization was needed. ...
    June 1854
  10. 410. No Authoritative Voice

    As the number of believers increased, it became clear that there was a pressing need for some guidance and controls. ...
    1854
  11. 411. The Sunrise-View

    In the state of Maine in 1847-1848 some took the position that the Sabbath commenced at sunrise, quoting as support, Matthew 28:1: "In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first ...
  12. 412. Initial Steps Toward Church Organization

    Late in 1853 Ellen White prepared a comprehensive article on organization based largely on a vision given in September 1852. In it she pointed out: ...
    September 1852
  13. 413. James White Joins in Calling for Gospel Order

    Through December James White joined Ellen White's voice toward church organization through four Review editorials. ...
    December 1853
  14. 414. The Four Review Editorials

    Through December James White joined Ellen White's voice through four Review editorials. Under the same title, "Gospel Order," he came to grips with the matter in a practical way. ...
    December 1853
  15. 415. The Church is Slow to Move

    While Ellen White had written and published at some length on the need of order in managing the work of the church (see EW, pp. ...
    February 1854
  16. 416. Ellen in Vision

    James reported: We had been assembled seven hours without taking food, and the interest of the occasion was such that no one appeared to be faint or weary. ...
  17. 417. The Importance of an Organization

    This situation had been most obvious to James and Ellen and other leaders as they traveled widely and visited individual churches. ...
  18. 418. Ohio

    Soon Ohio followed, through the efforts of M. E. Cornell, who had gone there to meet appointments for James and Ellen White, who were exhausted.
  19. 419. J. N. Andrews' Confession

    A confession was also made by J. N. Andrews, who, writing from Waukon, Iowa, on November 28, 1861, confessed his negative attitude and influence concerning "the testimony of the Spirit of God, gi ...
    28. November 1861
  20. 420. Light Concerning the War

    Sabbathkeeping Adventists had no sympathy with slavery and were aware, of course, of the tensions and excitement, but had kept aloof of matters relating to the political situation. ...
  21. 421. Ellen's Vision

    In vision Ellen White was taken to the scene of the Battle of Manassas; she was shown God's hand in what took place there: ...
  22. 422. The Amendation of the Law

    Under these liberal provisions, Seventh-day Adventist generally, if drafted, paid $300 and were excused from serving. ...
    04. July 1864
  23. 423. James and Ellen White Distressed

    James and Ellen were distressed as they watched Henry and Edson in 1862 and early 1863 becoming more and more fascinated with the war activities, and at the same time losing the consecration they ...
    1862
  24. 424. The Extended Eastern Tour in the Summer and Autumn of 1863

    On Wednesday, August 9, 1863, the White family took the train bound for Boston. At Topsham, Stockbridge Howland purchased a brand-new organ, so that Henry could play and sing. ...
    19. August 1863
  25. 425. Adelia Patten Fits Well into the Family

    Adelia was one who fitted well into the family, leading James and Ellen White, who had no daughter, to accept and treat her as one. ...

Events

Ellen Shares her Faith

Ellen White Describes the Time of Expectation

An Own Press

The Journey

The Visions not Published in the Review

Ellen White's First Book

Tithes and Offerings

The Autumn Trip East

When to Commence the Sabbath

No Authoritative Voice

The Sunrise-View

Initial Steps Toward Church Organization

James White Joins in Calling for Gospel Order

The Four Review Editorials

The Church is Slow to Move

Ellen in Vision

The Importance of an Organization

Ohio

J. N. Andrews' Confession

Light Concerning the War

Ellen's Vision

The Amendation of the Law

James and Ellen White Distressed

The Extended Eastern Tour in the Summer and Autumn of 1863

Adelia Patten Fits Well into the Family

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