A Peculiar People

By: Ellen G. White The people whom God is leading will be peculiar. They will not be like the world. But if they follow the leadings of God they will accomplish His purposes, and will yield their will to His will. Christ will dwell in the heart. The temple of God will be holy. YourContinue reading “A Peculiar People”

The value of a soul

By: Ellen G. White “The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me; because the Lord hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek, He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound.” He is theContinue reading “The value of a soul”

Food and religion

By: Ellen G. White An Important Place in Our Salvation—Those who are not health reformers treat themselves unfairly and unwisely. By the indulgence of appetite they do themselves fearful injury. Some may think that the question of diet is not important enough to be included in the question of religion. But such make a greatContinue reading “Food and religion”

Highest attainment

By: Ellen G. White The Lord regarded with approval the firmness and self-denial of these Hebrew youth, and His blessing attended them. He “gave them knowledge and skill in all learning and wisdom: and Daniel had understanding in all visions and dreams.” – {Te 154.2}   In order to reach the highest standard of moral andContinue reading “Highest attainment”

Improvement

  By: Ellen G. White God desires all who believe in Him to feel the necessity of improvement. Every intrusted faculty is to be improved. Not one is to be neglected. As God’s husbandry and building, man is under His supervision in every sense of the word; and the better he becomes acquainted with hisContinue reading “Improvement”

Temple

By: Ellen G. White Let none who profess godliness regard with indifference the health of the body, and flatter themselves that intemperance is no sin, and will not affect their spirituality. A close sympathy exists between the physical and the moral nature. The standard of virtue is elevated or degraded by the physical habits…. AnyContinue reading “Temple”

Temperance: Our appetites

By: Gabriela Yareliz From the book Temperance. No matter what you believe, this has to do with your connection to God, and your mental and physical power. Why must we abstain from certain things? When we indulge in certain “appetites,” what do we bring upon ourselves? I will be studying this, and how we can findContinue reading “Temperance: Our appetites”