Events

  1. 226. Ellen Harmon Receives her First Vision

    During this period of uncertainty and bitter disappointment - after Jesus did not come in October 1844 - Ellen's health, already impaired, worsened rapidly. ...
    23. October 1844
  2. 227. Ellen's Health Gets Worse

    After the great disappointment of October, 1844, Ellen's health, already impaired, worsened rapidly. Tuberculosis, it seemed, would take her life. ...
    23. October 1844
  3. 228. The Burden of Telling Others

    For several days and far into the night Ellen prayed that God would remove the burden from her and place it on someone more capable of bearing it. ...
    December 1844
  4. 229. The Wedding of James White and Ellen Harmon

    On Sunday, August 30, 1846, James Springer White and Ellen Gould Harmon stood before Charles Harding, justice of the peace, in Portland, Maine, and were married. ...
    30. August 1846
  5. 230. The Trip to Orrington

    After a few days in Poland at her sister's home, Ellen was back again in Portland, convinced that she must follow the intimations of God's will. ...
    February 1845
  6. 231. Ministering in Greenville, Michigan

    On January 29, 1867, the Whites left Wright and rode to Greenville, Montcalm County, a distance of 40 miles [64 kilometers]. Ellen described the trip: ...
    29. January 1867
  7. 232. James's Reports on the Journey, his Health and Greenville

    They were delighted with Greenville's surroundings. Of this James wrote: One might suppose that Montcalm County was a very new, log-house country, it being seventy-five mi ...
    19. February 1867
  8. 233. Farming in Greenville

    It was a happy day for the WhitesóJames White, and Willie, now 12ówhen on Thursday, May 2, 1867, they could see the plow turn the rich soil on their little Greenville farm (ibid., M ...
    29. June 1867
  9. 234. Getting in the Hay

    The work of recovery continued at a steady but slow pace. Thursday and Friday, July 18 and 19, were busy days for James White, for it was time to get in the hay. ...
    18. July 1867
  10. 235. The Otsego Vision

    Of the visions given to Ellen White, one of those most remembered was that of June 6, 1863, at Otsego, Michigan - the health reform vision. ...
    05. June 1863
  11. 236. Eliminating Meat from the Diet

    In the vision at Otsego, Michigan, light was given to Ellen White on major changes that would improve their health. ...
    June 1863
  12. 237. In Santa Rosa

    James and Ellen White had their eyes on Santa Rosa and looked forward to meeting Elder and Mrs. J. N. Loughborough, who resided there, and to attend the camp meeting. ...
    September 1872
  13. 238. Buying a Tent

    While they were driving the next day to Sylvan, they discussed the experience at Locke. James White suggested that by another year they might try using a tent to proclaim the message. ...
    May 1854
  14. 239. Ellen Visits the Nichols Family in Massachusetts

    By invitation of Brother and Sister Otis Nichols, Ellen and her sister Sarah were in Massachusetts making their home with the Nichols family. ...
    1845
  15. 240. Joseph Bates meets Ellen Harmon

    Some stalwart souls who later became pillars in the church were initially hesitant about accepting the visions of Ellen Harmon. Outstanding among these was Joseph Bates. ...
    1844
  16. 241. The Norwalk Camp Meeting

    The program for the camp meetings in the East was much the same as the six already finished. The reports gave little glimpses of joyous and sometimes awkward situations, and, of course, of triump ...
    July 1876
  17. 242. Noticeable Changes in Adams Center

    There were also noticeable changes in attitudes since they had been in Adams Center two years before when nearly all the brethren had been opposed to organization." Thank God for what He has done ...
  18. 243. Ellen Writes Early and Late

    Ellen was endeavoring to complete the third volume of Spiritual Gifts, which was dealing with Old Testament history. ...
  19. 244. Conference Report

    J. M. Aldrich, the conference secretary, reported of the conference: "The attendance was large, there being a good representation of brethren from all parts of the state" (RH, Dec. 1, 1863). ...
  20. 245. The Decision to Establish a Press in Rochester

    James called a conference to meet on Friday, March 12, 1852, in the home of Jesse Thompson, nine miles (15 kilometers) from Saratoga Springs where the 14 numbers of volume 2 of the Review and ...
    12. March 1852
  21. 246. Dr. Jackson's Method

    Fortunatelyóin the providence of God, no doubtóthere had come into their hands, probably through an "exchange" of papers at the Review office, either the Yates County Chronicle, of ...
  22. 247. James' Progress

    James and Ellen remained at Dansville for about three months. Here they had opportunity to observe methods of treatment and the wholesome diet. ...
    23. October 1865
  23. 248. Edson Stricken With Cholera

    The couple planned to take 3-year-old Edson with them. As the summer wore on, cholera struck Rochester with heavy mortality. ...
    July 1852
  24. 249. Moving the Printing Work to Downtown Rochester

    The Review office staff had not missed an issue in the 11 weeks the editor was absent. ...
    August 1852
  25. 250. The Decision in Favor of Battle Creek

    Having consulted with the brethren in Michigan and Vermont, the two states from which there had been the strongest moral and financial support, on his return to Rochester on August 30, 1855, Jame ...
    02. October 1855

Events

Ellen Harmon Receives her First Vision

Ellen's Health Gets Worse

The Burden of Telling Others

The Wedding of James White and Ellen Harmon

The Trip to Orrington

Ministering in Greenville, Michigan

James's Reports on the Journey, his Health and Greenville

Farming in Greenville

Getting in the Hay

The Otsego Vision

Eliminating Meat from the Diet

In Santa Rosa

Buying a Tent

Ellen Visits the Nichols Family in Massachusetts

Joseph Bates meets Ellen Harmon

The Norwalk Camp Meeting

Noticeable Changes in Adams Center

Ellen Writes Early and Late

Conference Report

The Decision to Establish a Press in Rochester

Dr. Jackson's Method

James' Progress

Edson Stricken With Cholera

Moving the Printing Work to Downtown Rochester

The Decision in Favor of Battle Creek

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