Ellen G. White Editorial Philosophy

Summary

Editing the writings of Ellen G. White is not something we entered into lightly. We took great care to preserve the integrity of her original ideas at all levels, while also creating the best reading experience for a modern audience. This results in Ellen White books published by Types & Symbols reading in an almost identical way to the original editions.

Four Main Features

  • The overall editorial intent was to preserve the integrity of the author’s original ideas at all levels, from the chapter level down to the individual words. Therefore, no paraphrasing or editing of Ellen White’s syntax or grammar was allowed during manuscript preparation, so that her original word order and word choice is preserved. The Conflict Beautiful reads in an almost identical way to the original editions and is not a contemporary paraphrase in any sense.
  • The New King James Version (NKJV) is quoted in place of most King James Version (KJV) Bible quotations throughout the book series. The KJV is maintained in some instances, such as, for example, when Ellen White highlights a specific word in KJV as the thematic focus of a sentence or paragraph; when the NKJV wording brings a much different word picture or meaning than Ellen White’s use of KJV; and in rare instances where she cites a margin note in KJV that is crucial to her meaning. Ellen White occasionally quotes from the Revised Version (R.V.), and some of these instances have been maintained in the Conflict Beautiful series, mainly where she uses R.V. to gain a particular word in the Bible quotation that does not appear in KJV.
  • For improvement of the reading experience, strict guidelines were used to decide on select changes to individual words. Most changes had to meet the following criteria: (1) the word is archaic and unfamiliar to contemporary audiences, and (2) the meaning of the word today is different from its meaning in the nineteenth century. Examples of word changes that meet both of these criteria are intercourse (changed to “interaction”); aught (“anything”); ass (“donkey”); demoralized (“corrupted”); idiotic (“mentally impaired”); list (“wish”); promiscuous (“indiscriminate”); and without (“outside”). A limited number of select words that are both inconsequential to Ellen White’s meaning and unfamiliar to contemporary readers were changed to improve the reading experience. Examples include athwart (“across”); builded (“built”); erelong (“before long”); haply (“by chance”); kine (“cows”); and repair (“go to” or “return”). In many cases, the source of a substitute word was the NKJV wording, which is a biblical source of legitimate contemporary substitutes for archaic words.
  • Punctuation changes were also limited. Besides the aforementioned adjustments to quotation marks to accommodate NKJV quotations in some instances, only two punctuation changes are included. In some instances, the copy editor of the original editions included a comma between a compound subject and a verb, and these are removed from Conflict Beautiful books. Also, in some uses of an em-dash in the original editions, the publisher placed a comma before the em-dash, and those commas have been removed. It should be noted that NKJV uses full punctuation (multiple layers of quotations marks) while KJV does not use quotation marks. The type of punctuation known as minimal punctuation (one layer of quotation marks) has been used for Bible quotation in these new editions.

Series Wide Changes

Word Changes

Most KJV and RV Bible quotations are changed to NKJV. In some cases the KJV or RV is retained in order to keep the original meaning of a sentence. Those retentions are not noted in the tables below.In all cases, the spelling of the word Saviour has been changed to Savior. This change is not noted in the tables below.

Punctuation changes

Punctuation changes refer to minor modernizations made in the text drawn from the Ellen G. White app. Note that the punctuation of the Ellen G. White app text differs in some places from that of the original printed volume.

  • In all cases, a comma appearing before an em dash (,—) has been removed. This change is not noted in the lists.
  • Per modern convention, a semicolon (;) that appears in the original within quotation marks but is not part of the quoted statement is moved outside the quotation marks. This change is not noted in the lists.
  • In some cases, a comma that appeared between a subject noun phrase and its verb was deleted. This change is not noted in the lists.
  • In some cases, quotation marks were moved to appear before a different word or different opening word in order to blend in NKJV wording. These changes are noted in the lists.

Format changes

For all instances where NKJV uses indented paragraph format for poetry (and KJV does not), indents have been instituted and quotation marks added. Because they are numerous and obvious, those changes are not listed in the tables below.

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Patriarchs and Prophets

Ch. Pg. Original Revised
Intro 20.3 the Lord designed the Lord intended
Intro 22.1 spake with other tongues spoke with other tongues
Intro 22.1 of the wonderful scene of the wondrous scene
Intro 24.3 the state of declension the state of deterioration
Intro 25.1 “mystery of iniquity “mystery of lawlessness
Intro 26.2 seen through a glass, darkly seen through a mirror, dimly
Intro 28.1 preserved blameless unto the preserved blameless until the
1 33 Why was Sin Permitted Why Was Sin Permitted
1 33.1 changeth not changes not
1 34.2 The Father wrought The Father worked
1 36.2 About the throne Around the throne
1 36.2 The Son of God had wrought The Son of God had done
1 37.1 they had hitherto they had until this time
1 38.3 they had hitherto they had until this time
1 38.3 had not heretofore been had not previously been
1 39.1 did not see whither did not see to what place
1 40.2 and signally punish and memorably punish
1 43.1 He that ruleth He that rules
1 43.1 that sin has wrought that sin has brought
2 44.2 rejoiced at the wonderful works of God rejoiced at the wondrous works of God
2 48.3 God designs that God intends that
2 49.3 the goodly trees the beautiful trees
2 50.2 flitted about them flitted around them
2 50.3 that playeth among the waters that plays among the waters
3 54.2 it was designed merely to it was intended merely to
3 57.1 The air, which had hitherto The air, which had until then
3 58.1 Why did you suffer him to enter Eden?" Why did You suffer him to enter Eden?”
3 59.3 aught of evil anything of evil
3 59.3 labor heretofore appointed labor formerly appointed
3 61.5 they bade farewell they bid farewell
3 62.1 the goodly trees the beautiful trees
3 62.2 Hither came Adam Here came Adam
4 63.1 sin had wrought sin had brought
4 64.2 He might be able to succor them He might be able to aid them
4 65.2 He bade the angelic host He bid the angelic host
5 71.3 There was no token from heaven There was no sign from heaven
5 72.5 the other ventures the other venture
5 72.5 from the thralldom of sin from the enslavement of sin
5 72.5 Cain and Abel represent two classes Cain and Abel represent two groups of people
5 72.5 One class avails themselves One group avail themselves
5 73.1 The class of worshipers who follow The group of worshipers who follow
5 74.1 had been wont to had been accustomed to
5 78.1 their demoralizing power their corrupting power
6 80.2 between the two classes between the two groups
6 81.2 their peculiar, holy character their distinct, holy character
6 81.2 For some time the two classes For some time the two groups
6 83.2 and hither came the and here came the
6 85.1 In the family and in his intercourse In the family and in his interaction
6 86.1 God made known the wonderful scenes God made known the wondrous scenes
6 86.2 judgment would surely be visited judgment would surely be imposed
6 86.3 The power of God that wrought The power of God that worked
6 86.4 the light that shineth in the face the light that shines in the face
6 87.1 stay the bolts of stop the bolts of
6 88.2 the Lord designed to teach the Lord intended to teach
6 88.3 the judgments to be visited upon transgression the judgments to be imposed upon transgression
7 90.1 tokens of decay signs of decay
7 90.1 tokens of decay signs of decay
7 91.1 the goodly trees the beautiful trees
7 92.2 to stay the tide to restrain the tide
7 95.3 This class were foremost in rejecting This group was foremost in rejecting
7 95.3 judgments were to be visited upon the earth judgments were to be imposed upon the earth
7 96.3 Heretofore rain had Up to this time rain had
7 96.3 had stayed the waters had restrained the waters
7 98.3 the world without the world outside
7 98.3 these signal manifestations these notable manifestations
7 98.3 crowds about the ark crowds around the ark
7 99.1 were roaming about were roaming around
8 105.1 their boat tossed about their boat tossed around
8 105.2 ark moved about ark moved around
8 105.4 and bade the patriarch and bid the patriarch
8 108.2 These wonderful manifestations These wondrous manifestations
8 109.1 and infidels and blasphemers and unbelievers and blasphemers
9 112.3 God designed that God intended that
9 114.1 for the sake of caviling for the sake of quibbling
10 118.5 enterprises were designed enterprises were intended
10 119.2 there is a God who ruleth there is a God who rules
10 120.2 shut out from intercourse with those shut out from interaction with those
10 123.1 would have demoralized the world would have corrupted the world
10 123.4 Infidels construct their theories Unbelievers construct their theories
10 124.3 the children of men have builded the children of men have built
11 126.1 must be peculiar must be distinct
11 126.2 he knew not whither he did not know where
11 127.1 "Ur of the Chaldees" "Ur of the Chaldeans"
11 127.1 the divine Voice bade him the divine Voice bid him
11 127.2 where they first tarried where they first stayed
11 127.2 It was a fair and goodly country It was a fair and bountiful country
11 129.3 It is by close, testing trials It is by difficult, testing trials
11 130.1 they would not scruple they would not hesitate
11 130.2 prohibiting the Egyptians from intercourse prohibiting the Egyptians from interaction
11 130.2 he bade him leave he bid him leave
11 131.1 to Abraham in his after-intercourse to Abraham in his later interaction
12 132.3 households have thus been rent asunder households have thus been rent apart
12 132.3 will possess that charity will possess that love
12 133.2 the vale of Sodom the valley of Sodom
12 134.2 by which the worldlings by which the worldly
12 134.4 vale of Siddim valley of Siddim
12 135.1 He bade him take He bid him take
12 136.1 who had wrought so great who had worked so great
12 136.3 with unquestioning confidence as heretofore with unquestioning confidence as previously
12 137.1 begged for some visible token begged for some visible sign
12 137.3 heretofore called Abram previously called Abram
12 138.1 as a token that they were devoted as a sign that they were devoted
12 138.1 His peculiar treasure His unique treasure
12 138.2 to be visited upon Sodom to be imposed upon Sodom
12 138.3 to honor him by tarrying to honor him by stopping
12 142.4 the veriest cruelty to the youth the worst cruelty to the youth
12 144.1 will love to tarry will love to linger
12 144.2 in all home intercourse in all home interaction
12 144.3 the infidel cannot gainsay the unbeliever cannot gainsay
13 145.3 he bade her he bid her
13 147.2 the closest which man was ever called to endure the most rigorous which man was ever called to endure
13 147.2 directed to repair to the land directed to go to the land
13 151.1 put upon the ass put upon the donkey
13 152.1 He bade his servants He bid his servants
13 152.1 silently wondering whence, so far from folds silently wondering from where, so far from folds
13 152.3 his arm is stayed his arm is restrained
13 153.3 He did not stay to reason He did not stop to reason
13 154.3 redemption is wrought out redemption is worked out
13 155.2 the father's hand was stayed the father's hand was restrained
14 158.1 coming in to tarry for the night coming in to stay for the night
14 158.1 little dreamed the gay, careless multitude little dreamed the merry, careless multitude
14 158.3 offering them entertainment offering them accommodation
14 159.1 gathered about the house gathered around the house
14 159.2 Had they not been visited Had they not been inflicted
14 160.1 Then the angels bade him arise Then the angels urged him to arise
14 160.2 to tarry for one moment from regret to dally for one moment from regret
14 162.2 the gay, pleasure-seeking throngs the merry, pleasure-seeking throngs
14 162.2 vale of Siddim valley of Siddim
14 165.1 vale of Siddim valley of Siddim
14 166.3 They must not tarry They must not linger
14 167.2 vale of Siddim valley of Siddim
14 167.3 and abode in a cave and lived in a cave
14 168.3 he signally failed he notably failed
14 168.3 corrupting influences about him corrupting influences around him
14 168.4 infidels and unbelievers non-Christians and unbelievers
14 169.4 may appear to tarry may appear to delay
15 171.3 not to take Isaac thither not to take Isaac there
15 173.1 asked for entertainment asked for lodging
16 179.4 the patriarch bade the patriarch bid
16 181.3 life is so strait life is so strict
17 187.2 he might tarry at this he might visit this
17 187.3 God has wrought for him God has worked for him
17 187.4 deliverance is wrought deliverance is worked
17 188.2 Jacob tarried beside Jacob waited beside
17 188.2 he was urged to tarry he was urged to stay
17 193.2 he doubted not he did not doubt
17 193.4 had ever treated Jacob had always treated Jacob
18 195.3 granted Jacob a token granted Jacob a sign
18 196.1 the tidings that Esau the news that Esau
18 196.1 Thou “said to me You “said to me
18 202.4 returned unto Him returned to Him
19 204.1 the vale of Shechem the valley of Shechem
19 204.1 an altar unto the Lord an altar to the Lord
19 204.2 The tarry of Jacob The stay of Jacob
19 204.3 the tidings of their revenge the news of their revenge
19 205.3 the wonderful dealings the wondrous dealings
19 208.1 that proceedeth out of that proceeds out of
19 208.1 will watch unto prayer will watch in prayer
19 210.4 no tidings from them no news from them
19 212.1 he rent his garments he tore his garments
20 214.2 were all about him were all around him
20 217.2 Heretofore he had Up to this time he had
21 224.3 sons journeyed thither sons journeyed there
21 226.1 Provender for the beasts Feed for the animals
21 227.3 bade them also take directed them also to take
21 227.4 gracious unto them gracious to them
21 229.5 The brothers rent their garments The brothers tore their garments
21 229.5 Joseph designed Joseph planned
21 230.4 dumb with fear and amazement mute with fear and amazement
21 231.3 with the joyful tidings with the joyful news
21 233.1 Thither came Joseph To that place came Joseph
21 235.2 gathered about gathered around
21 238.1 given the infidel occasion given the unbeliever occasion
21 239.1 would now visit would now impose
21 239.2 they designed to hinder they planned to hinder
21 240.2 and bade them keep and bid them keep
21 240.2 kinsmen about him kinsmen around him
22 242.1 the failure of his design the failure of his plan
22 243.1 among the flags among the reeds
22 243.1 Pharaoh’s daughter thither Pharaoh’s daughter there
22 246.2 seeing an Egyptian smiting seeing an Egyptian striking
22 247.1 Moses designed to lead Moses intended to lead
22 248.2 change to be wrought change to be made
22 251.2 view the wonderful sight view the wondrous sight
22 252.1 who dwelleth in light who dwells in light
22 253.5 mighty miracles wrought mighty miracles worked
22 253.6 his hand into his bosom his hand into his cloak
22 253.6 again into his bosom again into his cloak
22 254.1 strange and wonderful work strange and wondrous work
22 255.2 bear them aright bear them correctly
23 258.2 of a design to revolt of a plan to revolt
23 263.1 the signal manifestation the notable manifestation
23 263.1 should visit judgments should impose judgments
23 264.1 that wrought the miracles that worked the miracles
23 264.1 wonders were designed to wonders were intended to
23 264.1 they wrought not by their they worked not by their
23 264.3 God had wrought through God had worked through
23 264.3 the work that he wrought the work that he did
23 264.4 miracles would be wrought miracles would be worked
23 265.1 was accustomed to repair was accustomed to go
23 265.1 came thither daily came there daily
23 266.4 The plague was stayed The plague was stopped
23 267.1 kine and oxen and sheep cows and oxen and sheep
23 267.1 camels and asses camels and donkeys
23 267.2 He would visit judgments He would impose judgments
23 267.3 had hitherto encouraged had until this time encouraged
23 267.3 Smitten with a loathsome Struck with a loathsome
23 268.3 manifests an infidel manifests an unbelieving
23 270.2 passed without the city passed out of the city
23 270.3 Lord said unto Moses Lord said to Moses
23 271.1 pressed about the king pressed around the king
23 271.6 oppress them as heretofore oppress them as before
23 272.1 gods alike were smitten gods alike were struck
24 273.2 not have been smitten not have been struck
24 274.3 as Moses bade them as Moses bid them
24 277.4 wrought out its principles worked out its principles
24 279.4 smitten by the destroyer struck by the destroyer
25 281.2 This class were ever This group were ever
25 283.2 wonder whither their course wonder where their course
25 283.3 instead of tarrying to instead of staying to
25 283.5 Some cried unto the Lord Some cried to the Lord
25 289.2 the girdle of gladness the belt of gladness
25 289.2 a peculiar treasure a special treasure
25 289.2 God has wrought God has worked
25 290.1 and signally humble the and notably humble the
25 290.1 when Moses bade them when Moses bid them
25 290.2 the cold waves about our the cold waves around our
26 292.2 who had hitherto who had until now
26 292.3 He had wrought for them He had done for them
26 293.2 into strait places into difficult places
26 294.1 He careth for us He cares for us
26 294.2 God has wrought for us God has done for us
26 296.2 designed to impress their intended to impress their
26 297.3 accused him of designing accused him of planning
26 298.1 had wrought wonders had worked wonders
26 298.2 Moses smote the rock Moses struck the rock
26 298.2 Him who abode therein Him who dwelled therein
26 298.4 and smote those who and struck those who
26 298.4 on an eminency near by on an eminence nearby
26 298.4 Hur stayed up his hands Hur held up his hands
26 300.1 wonders wrought by Moses wonders worked by Moses
26 300.1 they smite not that hand they strike not that hand
26 300.2 comfort of their society comfort of the company
26 301.1 had wrought wonders had worked wonders
26 302.1 were to be wrought in them were to be made in them
27 303.1 and peculiar relation and special relation
27 303.4 Lord said unto him Lord said to him
27 303.5 scene of awful grandeur scene of awe-inspiring grandeur
27 304.1 placed about the mount placed around the mount
27 304.1 neither man nor beast neither man nor animal
27 304.2 and awful mystery and awe-inspring mystery
27 304.2 So terrible were the tokens So terrible were the signs
27 305.1 in the awful majesty in the awe-inspiring majesty
27 306.1 by images or similitudes by images or likenesses
27 306.6 its awful significance its awe-inspiring signficance
27 309.6 with a wonderful display with a wondrous display
27 309.7 The awful power of God The awesome power of God
27 313.1 the mountain as a token the mountain as a sign
27 313.2 He remained without He remained outside of it
27 314.2 the peculiar treasure of the special treasure of
28 315.2 the goodly land was the desirable land was
28 315.3 no manner of similitude no manner of image
28 315.3 the Red Sea were designed the Red Sea were intended
28 315.3 the similitude of an ox the likeness of an ox
28 316.1 gathered about his tent gathered around his tent
28 316.1 had heretofore led them had until this time led them
28 317.4 God might have checked God might have stopped
28 319.1 so signally honored so notably honored
28 320.3 had been wrought had been worked
28 320.4 God had wrought in God had worked in
28 320.4 the similitude of an ox the likeness of an ox
28 323.2 God seeth not as man sees God sees not as man sees
28 324.1 to be signally punished to be notably punished
28 324.1 to gird on their swords to put on their swords
28 327.2 the conscience-smitten multitudes the conscience-struck multitudes
28 327.2 was pitched without the was pitched outside the
28 327.2 directed to repair thither directed to go there
28 327.2 watched for some token watched for some sign
28 330.2 God designed to impress God intended to impress
29 334.1 Satan wrought to the utmost Satan worked to the utmost
29 334.1 miracles were wrought miracles were worked
29 335.1 from the awful presence from the awesome presence
30 344.5 the visitations of God's judgments the imposition of God's judgments
30 347.1 and sealskins, so arranged and badger skins, so arranged
30 347.3 fire unto the Lord fire to the Lord
30 347.3 offering unto the Lord offering to the Lord
30 347.3 the people without the people outside
30 348.1 and without, far around and outside, far around
30 348.2 gold about the top gold around the top
30 348.3 was wrought of one was made of one
30 349.4 beheld the token beheld the sign
30 350.1 By this signal honor By this notable honor
30 350.2 confined about the waist confined around the waist
30 350.2 a white linen girdle a white linen sash
30 350.3 confined by a girdle confined by a sash
30 351.2 at the right was a token at the right was a sign
30 353.3 the court without the court outside
31 359.1 upon this wonderful manifestation upon this wondrous manifestation
31 359.1 a token of God's glory a sign of God's glory
31 360.2 God designed to teach God intended to teach
32 363.2 in their intercouse in their interaction
32 363.2 in awful majesty in awe-inspiring majesty
32 364.3 Through long intercourse Through long interaction
32 365.1 God who taketh away God who takes away
32 365.4 grand and awful grand and awe-inspiring
32 366.2 Amid the awful Amid the awe-inspiring
32 368.1 God did not design God did not intend
32 369.4 God designed that His people God intended that His people
32 370.3 Lord appeared unto Abraham Lord appeared to Abraham
32 371.2 He wrought deliverance He worked deliverance
32 371.4 in awful majesty in awe-inspiring majesty
33 375.1 that pertained thereto that pertained to it
33 375.1 were to strike the sacred were to dismantle the sacred
33 376.3 had wrought wonders had worked wonders
33 379.2 prompt and signal punishment prompt and notable punishment
33 380.1 The Lord hearkened to The Lord listened to
33 380.2 which God had wrought which God had worked
33 382.2 among them were smitten among them were struck
33 384.3 Miriam was smitten Miriam was struck
33 384.3 the whole company abode the whole company remained
33 385.1 indulgence has wrought indulgence has brought
33 386.1 describing a class describing a group of people
33 386.1 judgment visited upon judgment imposed upon
34 387.1 Moses bade them go Moses instructed them to go
34 387.3 so goodly a land so fine a land
34 388.2 had hitherto safely had up to that time safely
34 388.3 respecting the goodly land respecting the bountiful land
34 389.2 God hearkened to their God listened to their
34 389.3 token of grief sign of grief
34 391.1 He bade them He instructed them
34 394.1 wonders wrought in their behalf wonders worked in their behalf
34 394.3 God had wrought God had worked
35 395.1 The judgments visited The judgments imposed
35 395.2 bold design bold plan
35 395.3 favored the designs favored the plans
35 397.4 brought into strait places brought into difficult places
35 399.3 submit to be led about submit to be led around
35 399.3 his ambitious designs his ambitious plans
35 400.1 the people gathered without the people gathered outside
35 400.3 bade the people bid the people
35 401.2 have been stayed have been stopped
35 401.2 The signal manifestation The notable manifestation
35 402.4 stayed the arm of vengeance restrained the arm of vengeance
35 402.5 the plague was stayed the plague was stopped
35 403.1 was to be a token was to be a sign
35 403.4 verily doing God service truly doing God service
36 408.2 would have been demoralized would have been corrupted
36 408.2 justice in visiting justice in imposing
36 408.2 The retribution visited The retribution inflicted
36 408.4 a case of peculiar guilt a case of unusual guilt
36 409.3 such signal punishment such notable punishment
37 411 The Smitten Rock The Struck Rock
37 411.3 The smitten rock was The struck rock was
37 411.3 flowed from the smitten rock flowed from the struck rock
37 411.3 had once been smitten had once been struck
37 412.2 works unto eternal life works to eternal life
37 413.4 a token that the wilderness a sign that the wilderness
37 417.2 he smote it twice he struck it twice
37 417.3 and wrought only harm and brought only harm
37 418.1 had been once smitten had been once struck
37 418.1 the second smiting of the second striking of
37 419.2 He bade them mark He bid them mark
37 419.2 severe punishment visited severe punishment imposed
38 424.1 in all their intercourse in all their interaction
38 424.1 all their intercourse they all their interaction they
38 424.1 a goodly inheritance a bountiful inheritance
38 425.4 the plague was stayed the plague was stopped
38 426.3 As the people looked about As the people looked around
38 427.1 hearts gathered about hearts gathered around
38 428.1 harder than God designed harder than God intended
38 430.3 Heretofore many had brought Previously many had brought
38 432.1 who come unto Him who come to Him
39 434.3 the miracle wrought to the miracle worked to
39 434.3 governed their intercourse governed their interaction
39 436.2 the Lord discomfited the enemy the Lord defeated the enemy
39 436.3 the goodly land the fruitful land
39 436.4 the Lord now bade Israel the Lord now bid Israel
39 437.1 had so signally failed had so notably failed
39 437.2 in as signal a manner in as notable a manner
40 438.2 that wrought in their behalf that worked in their behalf
40 438.3 his designs against Israel his plans against Israel
40 439.2 the messengers to tarry the messengers to stay
40 440.2 the messengers to tarry the messengers to wait
40 441.3 and knew not that and did not know that
40 441.3 beating the ass unmercifully beating the donkey unmercifully
40 442.1 he smote the animal he struck the animal
40 443.1 the poor dumb animals the poor mute animals
40 443.4 discern the wonderful power discern the wondrous power
40 447.2 their peculiar character their distinct character
40 451.6 God visited upon His people God inflicted upon His people
40 452.1 met with signal failure met with notable failure
41 453.4 produced its demoralizing effect produced its corrupting effect
41 454.2 there was little intercourse there was little interaction
41 455.2 Thus the plague was stayed Thus the plague was stopped
41 456.1 The judgments visited The judgments imposed
41 457.3 he has wrought to overthrow he has worked to overthrow
41 457.3 Baal peor Baal Peor
41 457.3 entering the goodly land entering the beautiful land
41 459.3 his chains about the soul his chains around the soul
41 461.1 Beth peor Beth Peor
42 463.2 the awful solemnity the awe-inspiring solemnity
42 464.2 enter the goodly land enter the beautiful land
42 465.2 of the goodly land of the beautiful land
42 468.2 had wrought for their had worked for their
43 469.1 retribution was visited retribution was inflicted
43 469.3 into the goodly land into the beautiful land
43 469.3 Joshua repaired to the tabernacle Joshua proceeded to the tabernacle
43 471.4 God had wrought for them God had worked for them
43 472.3 goodly cities and beautiful cities and
43 475.2 He bade farewell to He bid farewell to
43 477.1 entered the goodly land entered the beautiful land
43 478.4 was despoiled of his was deprived of his
43 480.1 have a Captain who have a Commander who
44 483.3 in the acacia groves of Shittim in Acacia Grove
44 484.1 leading the van leading the vanguard
44 484.1 half a mile about half a mile around
44 484.2 the power that stayed the power that stopped
44 484.3 God had wrought for them God had worked for them
44 484.4 He had wrought through Moses He had worked through Moses
44 485.1 When the tidings that God had stayed the waters When the news that God had stopped the waters
44 486.1 had now signally manifested had now notably manifested
45 487.2 Beth peor Beth Peor
45 488.2 They knew not the meaning They did not know the meaning
45 488.2 each day wound about each day wound around
45 488.2 They knew not what They did not know what
45 492.2 judgments visited upon judgments inflicted upon
45 492.2 rites of Baalpeor rites of Baal of Peor
45 495.5 Captain of the Lord’s host Commander of the Lord’s host
45 497.1 For a goodly Babylonish garment For a beautiful Babylonish garment
45 497.1 scorn of the worldlings scorn of the worldly
45 497.1 saith the Lord says the Lord
45 497.3 spiritual declension exist spiritual deterioration exist
46 499.3 vale of Shechem valley of Shechem
46 500.2 offered unto the Lord offered to the Lord
46 500.2 be at once visited be at once inflicted
47 505.1 a strange deputation a strange delegation
47 505.2 God had wrought for His God had worked for His
47 507.1 this class were to enjoy this group were to enjoy
47 507.3 but for the deception were it not for the deception
47 508.1 their armies about the city their armies around the city
47 508.1 utter discomfiture of the assailants utter defeat of the assailants
47 508.1 pass to Beth-horon pass to Beth Horon
48 510.1 The victory at Beth-horon The victory at Beth Horon
48 513.2 entered the goodly entered the beautiful
48 514.3 Heretofore, Gilgal had been Until then, Gilgal had been
48 515.1 the city was Timnath-serah the city was Timnath Serah
48 517.4 get unto the land of get into the land of
48 518.2 strange tidings reached them strange news reached them
48 518.4 and bade them remember and bid them remember
48 518.4 had been visited upon had been inflicted upon
48 518.4 joining themselves to Baalpeor joining themselves to Baal of Peor
48 519.2 carried back the tidings carried back the news
48 520.2 will possess that charity will possess that love
49 521.2 cropping out the same cropping up the same
49 521.2 that had heretofore brought that had previously brought
49 521.2 once more about their aged chief once more around their aged chief
49 522.4 what God had wrought for them what God had worked for them
49 522.4 recounting the wonderful works of God recounting the wondrous works of God
50 528.3 men to become colaborers men to become co-laborers
50 529.1 Moses bade the people Moses bid the people
50 529.2 Saith the Lord Says the Lord
51 532.2 were to be set at liberty were to be set free
51 534.3 would tend to demoralize would tend to corrupt
52 537.2 leave their homes and repair leave their homes and return
52 538.5 had been wont to had been accustomed to
52 541.1 In our intercourse In our interaction
52 541.1 God designed he should God intended he should
53 544.1 as a mighty breastwork to stay the tide of moral evil as a mighty fortification to stop the tide of moral evil
53 545.2 Heretofore the hand of the oppressor Up to that time the hand of the oppressor
53 547.2 had wrought for Israel had worked for Israel
53 547.2 once tarried to share his once stayed to share his
53 547.2 the Angel bade him the Angel bid him
53 547.2 Gideon desired some token Gideon desired some sign
53 548.1 Asher, Zebulum, and Naphtali Asher, Zebulun, and Naphtali
53 553.1 The tidings spread swiftly The news spread swiftly
53 555.5 Hitherto he had been content Until then he had been content
53 555.5 gained a signal victory gained a notable victory
53 556.1 an awful solemnity an awe-inspiring solemnity
53 557.1 but erelong the people but before long the people
53 558.1 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
54 560.1 God designed to humble God planned to humble
54 561.3 we do unto the child that shall be born unto us we do to the child that shall be born to us
54 564.1 he smote the Philistines he struck the Philistines
54 564.1 jawbone of an ass jawbone of a donkey
54 565.1 The vale of Sorek The valley of Sorek
54 565.2 the vale of Sorek the valley of Sorek
54 565.2 A deputation consisting of one A delegation consisting of one
54 567.1 Tidings of the terrible overthrow were carried News of the terrible overthrow was carried
55 570.4 entwined about him entwined around him
55 572.3 what shall we do unto him what shall we do to him
55 574.1 as unto the Lord as to the Lord
55 574.2 that wrought with delicate skill that made with delicate skill
57 581.3 which Eli bade him say which Eli bid him say
57 584.1 the most wonderful revelations the most wondrous revelations
57 585.1 had tarried at Shiloh had waited at Shiloh
57 585.2 the tidings of defeat the news of defeat
57 585.3 the man said unto Eli the man said to Eli
57 585.4 the terrible tidings that the terrible news that
57 586.1 which had hitherto attended which had until now attended
57 586.2 Ashdod were smitten with Ashdod were struck with
57 586.3 Yet they knew not Yet they did not know
57 588.1 two kine upon whose two cows upon whose
57 588.1 the way of Beth-shemesh the way of Beth Shemesh
57 588.1 had done unto them had done to them
57 588.2 the kine turned from their the cows turned from their
57 588.2 road to Beth-shemesh road to Beth Shemesh
57 588.3 the men of Beth-shemesh the men of Beth Shemesh
57 589.1 The men of Beth-shemesh quickly spread the tidings that The men of Beth Shemesh quickly spread the news that
57 589.1 offered unto the Lord offered to the Lord
57 589.1 to talk of the wonderful manner to talk of the wondrous manner
57 589.2 people at Beth-shemesh people at Beth Shemesh
57 589.2 Many were smitten with Many were struck with
57 589.3 the Beth-shemites sent the Beth Shemites sent
57 589.3 inhabitants of Kirjath-jearim inhabitants of Kirjath Jearim
57 590.3 gathered at Mizpeh gathered at Mizpah
57 590.4 The tidings of their The news of their
57 591.1 fleeing host to Beth-car fleeing host to Beth Car
57 591.1 This signal victory This notable victory
57 591.1 had been smitten before had been struck before
57 591.2 between Mizpeh and Shen between Mizpah and Shen
58 593.2 other at Kirjath-jearim other at Kirjath Jearim
58 594.2 using it to Glorify God using it to glorify God
58 601.4 have hitherto engrossed them have previously engrossed them
58 602.1 the wonderful works of God the wondrous works of God
59 603.3 and intercourse with other and interaction with other
59 603.3 their own peculiar their own distinct
59 605.1 And the Lord said unto Samuel And the Lord said to Samuel
59 606.2 The goodliest of their young men The finest of their young men
59 607.2 Him who hath called us Him who has called us
59 607.2 His own peculiar treasure His own unique treasure
59 607.2 by uniting with worldlings by uniting with the worldly
59 607.3 the Lord said unto him the Lord said to him
59 609.3 he urged him to tarry he urged him to stay
59 610.1 Then he bade Saul stand Then he bid Saul stand
59 610.2 three kids for sacrifice three young goats for sacrifice
59 610.3 a great change was wrought a great change was made
59 611.1 Samuel convoked the people at Mizpeh Samuel mustered the people at Mizpah
59 612.1 escorted thither by a company escorted there by a company
59 612.2 the city of Jabesh-gilead the city of Jabesh Gilead
59 612.3 They carried the tidings to Gibeah They carried the news to Gibeah
59 613.2 should be convoked at Gilgal should be convened at Gilgal
60 617.1 When the tidings reached Saul When the news reached Saul
60 617.3 Day after day Saul tarried Day after day Saul waited
60 618.1 into close places into difficult places
60 618.3 the Lord would have wrought the Lord would have brought
60 623.2 encouraged the design encouraged the plan
60 623.2 This challenge was the token This challenge was the sign
60 624.1 Philistines fled, discomfited Philistines fled, defeated
60 624.2 avenged on mine enemies avenged on my enemies
60 624.4 had wrought deliverance had brought deliverance
61 627.2 had little intercourse had little interaction
61 632.1 it rent in his hands it tore in his hands
61 633.1 the deliverance of Jabesh-gilead the deliverance of Jabesh Gilead
61 633.1 whom God had wrought whom God had worked
61 634.2 but ye shall but you shall
61 635.4 they do despite to the Spirit they do in contempt of the Spirit
62 637.1 the work He designed the work He planned
62 637.2 the retirement of his humble the seclusion of his humble
62 641.1 to be captain of His people to be commander of His people
63 646.4 but erelong began to but before long began to
63 646.4 his shepherd’s scrip his shepherd’s bag
63 648.2 like a smitten oak like a struck oak
64 652.2 and bade him conceal and bid him conceal
64 653.3 The tidings reached Saul The news reached Saul
64 653.3 The third embassage The third group of envoys
64 654.2 Jonathan said unto him Jonathan said to him
64 655.2 sorrow as he repaired sorrow as he returned
64 655.3 David knew not whither to flee David did not know where to flee
65 660.2 they repaired to the they proceeded to the
65 661.2 Touch not the anointed Do not touch the anointed
65 661.3 his conscience smote him his conscience struck him
65 664.4 his character was churlish and niggardly his character was morose and stingy
65 666.1 laded upon asses loaded upon donkeys
65 666.1 in a covert of a hill in the shelter of a hill
65 667.4 seemed smitten with paralysis seemed struck with paralysis
65 668.2 he repaired to the solitude he returned to the solitude
65 668.2 brought tidings to the son brought news to the son
65 668.3 and cruse of water and a jug of water
65 673.3 to bring tidings to Gath to bring news to Gath
66 675.3 On the morrow Saul must The next day Saul must
66 675.3 gathered dark about him gathered dark around him
66 676.2 the prince of evil wrought the prince of evil worked
66 676.3 Saul went forth by night Saul went out by night
66 681.2 She besought him to She implored him to
66 681.4 he bade his armor-bearer he bid his armor-bearer
66 682.2 The tidings of defeat The news of defeat
66 682.4 But the brave men of Jabesh-gilead But the brave men of Jabesh Gilead
67 683.1 been summoned thence been summoned from there
67 683.2 held intercourse with Satan held conversation with Satan
67 684.1 claimed to have intercourse claimed to have interaction
67 684.2 Israel at Bethpeor Israel at Beth Peor
67 686.1 “after the working of Satan after “the working of Satan
67 687.1 run hither and thither run here and there
67 687.1 watch unto prayer watch in prayer
67 687.1 rest unto their souls rest in their souls
67 687.4 go unto wizards go to wizards
68 691.1 pressing about Achish pressing around Achish
68 691.3 David, said unto him David, said to him
68 692.2 Dumb with horror and amazement Mute with horror and amazement
68 692.4 Wherein had the Lord ever When had the Lord ever
68 694.4 for tidings of the battle for news of the battle
68 694.4 his clothes rent, and earth upon his head his clothes torn, and dust on his head
68 694.4 these tidings would be hailed with joy this news would be hailed with joy
68 695.2 the fearful tidings past the fearful news past
68 695.2 returned to the stranger herald returned to the stranger messenger
69 697.2 originally called Kirjath-arba originally called Kirjath Arba
69 697.4 men of Jabesh-gilead men of Jabesh Gilead
69 698.3 when the cruse of water when the jug of water
70 704.3 remained at Kirjath-jearim remained at Kirjath Jearim
70 704.4 assembled at Kirjath-jearim assembled at Kirjath Jearim
70 705.1 house of Obed-edom house of Obed-Edom
70 705.2 ark from Kirjath-jearim ark from Kirjath Jearim
70 705.3 He designed to impress upon He intended to impress upon
70 706.1 But Obed-edom, though But Obed-Edom, though
70 706.2 the house of Obed-edom the house of Obed-Edom
70 706.3 gathered about the dwelling place gathered around the dwelling place
70 714.1 Tidings were received News was received
70 714.2 the people of Jabesh-gilead the people of Jabesh Gilead
70 714.2 foiled their cruel design foiled their cruel plan
70 715.2 how much dependent upon how much depended upon
71 717.2 Intercourse with surrounding nations Interaction with surrounding nations
71 719.2 Heretofore David’s record Up to this time David’s record
71 720.3 and turn from it betimes and turn from it quickly
71 722.4 infidels have pointed unbelievers have pointed
71 723.2 Heretofore God’s providence Up to that time God’s providence
71 723.2 The Lord could not in any wise The Lord could not in any way
71 723.3 Hitherto his prosperity Up to this time his prosperity
71 724.1 the lesson that God designed the lesson that God intended
72 729.2 And all this favored the designs And all this favored the plans
72 730.2 the tribes to concert measures the tribes to arrange measures
72 730.2 his traitorous designs his traitorous plans
72 730.3 spread the tidings that spread the news that
72 732.3 He knew not what the result He did not know what the result
72 738.2 the skeptic and infidel the skeptic and unbeliever
72 739.1 to cross their designs to cross their plans
72 744.2 bear the tidings to the king bear the news to the king
73 746.3 Intercourse with the heathen Interaction with heathen peoples
73 747.1 as he had heretofore shown as he had previously shown
73 748.2 The land was smitten with pestilence The land was struck with pestilence
73 748.4 The destroying angel had stayed his course The destroying angel had stopped his course
73 749.1 “a very goodly man “a very good-looking” man
73 749.1 had heretofore been loyal had previously been loyal
73 749.2 just without the city just outside the city
73 750.1 stones of divers colors stones of various colors
73 750.1 execute this design execute this plan
73 750.2 more than his wonted fervor more than his usual fervor
21 226.2 some evil design some evil plan
25 284.2 The wonderful pillar The wondrous pillar
34 390.2 murderous design murderous plan
53 553.1 In this signal defeat In this notable defeat
53 554.1 little band about the hosts little band around the hosts
Appx 760.1 a feast unto Jehovah a feast to Jehovah
Appx 761.1 was burned without was burned outside

Prophets and Kings

Ch. Pg. Original Revised
Intro 15.1 and bade him dwell and bid him dwell
Intro 15.1 He said, “and I will bless He said, and “I will bless
Intro 15.2 He designed He planned
Intro 17.1 Israelites unto Himself Israelites to Himself
Intro 18.1 They were hedged about They were hedged around
Intro 19.1 drawn unto Him drawn to Him
Intro 19.1 look unto Him look to Him
Intro 21.3 The goodly vine The plentiful vine
Intro 22.1 by a goodly remnant by a faithful remnant
Intro 22.3 come unto His own come to His own
1 25.1 Land of Promise bade fair Land of Promise seemed fair
1 25.2 the similitude of the character of God the likeness of the character of God
1 30.2 selfish aspirations for selfish aspiration for
2 35.3 noiselessly upreared with "stone noiselessly erected with "stone
2 37.2 offerings to stay the avenging sword offerings to stop the avenging sword
2 39.3 before him. “And all before him, “while
3 53.2 Pharaoh rendered signal service Pharaoh rendered notable service
3 55.1 make Israel a peculiar people make Israel a distinct people
3 55.1 heavenly gifts hitherto employed heavenly gifts up to this time employed
4 63.3 fibers of his being were inwrought fibers of his being were closely combined
4 64.3 To those whom He bade To those whom He bid
4 65.1 Our Lord and Master designs Our Lord and Master plans
4 67.2 impression that God designed impression that God planned
4 68.2 is oftenest spoken of is often spoken of
4 70.5 God had designed God had planned
4 70.5 carrying out of this design carrying out of this plan
4 71.1 passing through his territory or tarrying passing through his territory or staying
4 73.2 through the city or tarried for rest through the city or stopped for rest
5 84.1 enter through the strait gate enter through the narrow gate
5 84.2 evil-doing had wrought evil-doing had brought about
5 84.2 could not easily be stayed could not easily be stopped
6 Title page The Rending of the Kingdom The Dividing of the Kingdom
6 91.1 Thenceforth the twelve tribes From that time forward the twelve tribes
5 94.1 like the nations about them like the nations around them
6 96.2 His beneficent designs His beneficent plans
6 97.1 The rending of the kingdom The dividing of the kingdom
6 97.1 a wonderful history a wondrous history
6 97.1 purify unto Himself a peculiar people purify to Himself a distinct people
6 97.1 a wonderful history a wondrous history
7 102.4 The Lord designed The Lord planned
7 102.4 The rending of the altar The tearing of the altar
7 102.4 that was being wrought in Israel that was being made in Israel
7 108.1 the rending of the kingdom the tearing of the kingdom
7 108.1 numbered among the goodly remnant numbered among the considerable remnant
7 108.1 every opportunity to stay the tide every opportunity to stem the tide
8 110.2 deliverances had been wrought deliverances had been made
8 111.1 God's wonderful power God's wondrous power
8 111.1 God's wonderful power God's wondrous power
8 111.3 King Asa’s faith was signally rewarded King Asa’s faith was notably rewarded
8 114.1 Omri, the founder of Samaria, had “wrought evil Omri, the founder of Samaria, “did evil
8 115.2 Hill and vale resounded Hill and valley resounded
8 116.2 Of “the prophets of Baal” Of the “prophets of Baal”
9 119.2 But the beneficent designs But the beneficent plans
9 123.1 Tidings of Elijah’s News of Elijah’s
9 124.3 flocks wander hither and thither flocks wander here and there
9 127.4 they could stay the fulfillment they could stop the fulfillment
10 129.1 God bade his servant God bid his servant
10 129.1 He bade him He bid him
10 130.3 The widow had hitherto The widow had up to this time
10 142.1 a position of awful responsibility a position of awesome responsibility
11 144.2 God had been signally dishonored God had been notably dishonored
11 147.2 lighted with an awful solemnity lighted with an awe-inspiring solemnity
11 147.3 apostasy closed about them apostasy closed around them
11 148.1 His peculiar people His distinct people
11 148.1 lives dear unto themselves lives dear to themselves
11 149.2 the priests gather about the priests gather around
11 151.2 Choosing “twelve stones He chose “twelve stones
11 151.4 a trench about it a trench around it
11 153.2 in their discomfiture in their defeat
11 153.2 the wonderful revelation the wondrous revelation
12 156.1 any visible token any visible sign
12 156.3 the slightest token the slightest sign
12 158.2 he had been signally honored he had been notably honored
12 158.2 after the signal triumphs after the notable triumphs
12 159.1 the wonderful events the wondrous events
12 160.1 another signal victory another notable victory
12 160.1 would have wrought a would have brought about a
13 Title page “What Doest Thou Here?” “What Are You Doing Here?”
12 160.2 the miracle wrought on Carmel the miracle worked on Carmel
13 167.2 The signal triumph The notable triumph
13 168.1 What doest thou here, Elijah? What are you doing here, Elijah?
13 168.1 the widow of Sarepta the widow of Zarephath
13 168.1 I girded you I endowed you
13 168.3 the angel bade him the angel bid him
13 171.3 purpose to be wrought purpose to be worked
13 171.3 “What doest thou here?” “What are you doing here?”
13 172.2 “What doest thou here?” “What are you doing here?”
13 175.2 faith which wrought faith which worked
13 176.1 accomplishment of His designs accomplishment of His plans
13 176.1 sitteth between the cherubim sits between the cherubim
14 Title page “In the Spirit and Power of Elias “In the Spirit and Power of Elijah
14 181.1 The Lord designed The Lord planned
14 185.1 This is in truth a froward generation This is in truth a perverse generation
14 187.2 Elijah cried; “if Elijah cried. “If
14 188.2 gross darkness deep darkness
14 188.2 shine forth amidst shine forth amid
15 191.1 reformations were wrought reformations were made
15 198.3 Tidings of this invasion News of this invasion
15 200.1 “Our eyes are upon thee.” “Our eyes are upon You.”
16 206.1 went to the king and bade him went to the king and bid him
16 208.3 and their captain and their commander
16 211.1 the wonderful cures the wondrous cures
16 215.2 Tidings of this News of this
16 216.3 evil that had been wrought evil that had been made
17 219.2 wrought with loving done with loving
18 230.2 and thither and to that place
18 231.4 the peculiar privileges the unique privileges
18 232.2 and to stay the progress and to restrain the progress
18 233.1 Of the hitherto polluted Of the previously polluted
18 233.1 God has not wrought God has not worked
18 234.2 sin unto righteousness sin to righteousness
18 234.2 sin unto righteousness sin to righteousness
19 238.1 The father bade The father bid
19 238.2 Elisha bade Gehazi Elisha instructed Gehazi
19 239.2 Elisha bade him Elisha bid him
19 240.3 the poisoned pottage the poisoned stew
19 241.1 while the dearth while the famine
19 242.1 And when Jesus bade And when Jesus bid
20 244.2 healing wrought through Elisha healing brought about through Elisha
20 244.2 remembering the wonderful miracles remembering the wondrous miracles
20 246.1 the captain of the Syrian host the commander of the Syrian host
20 246.3 Tidings of the matter News of the matter
20 246.4 the prophet bade him the prophet bid him
20 246.5 the wonderful manifestation the wondrous manifestation
20 249.1 The rivers mentioned by the Syrian captain The rivers mentioned by the Syrian commander
21 255.1 the ruin he had wrought the ruin he had brought about
21 256.2 the king sent thither “horses the king sent "horses
21 256.3 sought him with the tidings sought him with the news
21 257.1 into strait places into difficult places
21 258.1 being visited upon the children being inflicted upon the children
21 258.2 not tarrying until not waiting until
21 259.2 people had wrought people had worked
21 260.2 ye prisoners of hope you prisoners of hope
21 261.3 The dying prophet bade The dying prophet bid
21 261.3 Elisha bade him shoot Ellisha instructed him to shoot
21 262.1 Thrice the king smote Three times the king struck
21 262.1 then he stayed his hand then he stopped
21 263.3 beheld ever about him beheld ever around him
21 263.3 beheld ever about him beheld ever around him
22 270.1 “cry out against” it the message “cry out against” the message
22 272.5 purpose God designed it should purpose God planned it should
22 273.1 the good wrought the good brought about
22 275.2 the beneficent designs of Jehovah the beneficent plans of Jehovah
22 277.2 proclaim the glad tidings proclaim the glad news
23 286.2 Israel gained no signal victories Israel gained no notable victories
23 286.2 prosperity wrought no change prosperity brought no change
23 287.2 evil that had wrought ruin evil that had brought ruin
25 304.2 he was suddenly smitten he was suddenly struck
25 304.2 “Thus saith the Lord.” “Thus says the Lord.”
25 305.2 fraught with peculiar peril fraught with unusual peril
25 305.3 But the dangers from without But the dangers from outside
25 308.1 The heavenly visitant bade The heavenly visitant bid
25 308.3 Are none of Thy chosen Are none of Your chosen
26 314.2 transformation wrought through transformation made through
26 315.1 walking frowardly in the way walking perversely in the way
26 315.1 the foot even unto the crown the foot even to the crown
26 319.1 His merciful designs His merciful plans
27 322.1 that had hitherto existed That had, up to that time, existed
27 328.1 the heart of the king “was moved, and the heart of his people, as the trees the heart of the king and the heart of his people “were moved as the trees
27 330.3 the ruin wrought the ruin made
28 331.1 the reformation wrought the reformation made
28 333.2 remained a goodly remnant. remained a considerable remnant.
28 333.2 apostasy might be stayed apostasy might be stemmed
28 337.3 God had wrought marvelously God had worked marvelously
28 338.2 the reformation wrought the reformation made
29 340.2 who had hitherto been who had up to this time been
29 340.3 king who had wrought king who had worked
29 342.5 Restored to his wonted strength Restored to his accustomed strength
29 344.3 miracle had been wrought miracle had been worked
29 348.2 powerless to stay powerless to stop
30 350.2 while without the city while outside the city
30 350.2 while without the city while outside the city
30 361.3 Tidings of this News of this
31 370.1 the beneficent designs the beneficent plans
31 371.3 the beneficent design of God the beneficent plan of God
31 371.3 they should henceforth be they should from that time forward be
31 374.1 glad tidings of salvation glad news of salvation
31 375.7 likened by the prophet to ensigns set up likened by the prophet to banners set up
31 378.2 God hath spoken: God has spoken:
32 382.1 They wandered about They wandered around
33 393.3 As He had wrought As He had worked
33 398.1 desired to see wrought desired to see made
33 398.4 “Go,” he bade them, “Go,” he bid them,
33 402.2 During the reformation wrought by Josiah During the reformation brought about by Josiah
34 407.2 Lord bade His chosen Lord bid His chosen
34 412.3 opportunity to hearken opportunity to listen
34 417.2 Tidings of the words News of the words
34 419.2 the ruin wrought by sin the ruin brought by sin
35 424.1 Judah had hearkened not Judah had not listened
35 425.2 they had hearkened not they had listened not
35 427.1 deliverance wrought in their behalf deliverance worked in their behalf
35 427.1 fame that wrought for fame that brought for
35 428.2 His merciful designs His merciful plans
35 431.1 He bade Jeremiah He bid Jeremiah
35 432.2 the Lord bade His servant the Lord bid His servant
35 438.1 a very strait place. a very difficult place.
36 441.1 the merciful designs the merciful plans
36 441.1 yoke of subjection about his neck yoke of subjection around his neck
37 456.2 and bade him faithfully and bid him faithfully
37 461.1 Amid the ruin wrought Amid the ruin brought
38 465.2 reformation was wrought in the days reformation was made in the days
39 482.2 amidst the demoralizing influences amidst the corrupting influences
39 490.1 As they bade farewell As they bid farewell
40 493.2 he had hitherto placed he had until then placed
41 506.1 gaining a signal triumph gaining a notable triumph
41 506.1 the golden image bade fair the golden image bid fair
41 508.1 hotter than its wont hotter than its custom
41 511.1 The tidings of their wonderful deliverance were carried The news of their wondrous deliverance was carried
42 515.1 and his signal success and his notable success
42 517.3 hesitate in dumb amazement hesitate in mute amazement
42 519.1 which heretofore had been which until then had been
43 522.2 rendering obedience thereto rendering obedience to it
43 523.1 In his pride and arrogancy In his pride and arrogance
43 524.3 “Why doest thou thus?” “Why are you doing this?”
43 529.2 had not read aright had not read right
43 535.2 in this rejection have wrought in this rejection have brought about
44 543.1 evil that had been wrought evil that had been done
44 547.1 His wonderful prophecies His wondrous prophecies
45 558.3 Tidings of this decree News of this decree
45 559.2 these were the goodly remnant these were the considerable remnant
45 560.2 Wonderfully had He wrought Wonderfully had He worked
46 Title page “The Prophets of God Helping Them” “The Prophets of God . . . Helping Them”
46 570.1 Thou shalt make no covenant with them,” You shall make no covenant with them,”
46 570.3 influence with worldlings influence with the worldly
46 575.5 He bade them, “Fear not.” He bid them, “Fear not.”
46 579.4 and were of peculiar significance and were of unique significance
47 582.1 greatly discomfited and alarmed greatly perplexed and alarmed
47 584.2 The miter placed upon The turban placed upon
47 585.1 “men wondered at “men of wonder
47 586.2 “The Lord rebuke thee, O Satan. “The Lord rebuke you, Satan!
47 587.2 applies with peculiar applies with distinct
47 588.1 even unto death even to death
47 589.1 “The Lord rebuke thee, O Satan. “The Lord rebuke you, Satan!
47 590.3 God encamped about them God encamped around them
47 591.1 A “fair miter” is set A “clean turban” is set
47 592.1 the remnant “men wondered at,” the remnant “men of wonder,”
48 595.2 steadfast unto the end steadfast to the end
48 596.3 The Shekinah no longer abode The Shekinah no longer remained
48 596.3 those visible tokens those visible signs
49 598.2 He not only wrought He not only worked
49 602.1 God wrought marvelously God worked marvelously
49 605.1 Esther were not peculiar to that age Esther were not unusual to that age
50 609.2 educating those about him educating those around him
50 612.3 sacred rites peculiar to sacred rites distinct to
51 620.3 hands unto the Lord hands to the Lord
51 622.1 Lord’s work wrought Lord’s work brought
51 622.2 he bade Ezra; he instructed Ezra;
51 625.2 learning to cavil at learning to quibble at
51 626.2 Thus the Lord designs Thus the Lord plans
51 626.2 still more signal witness still more notable witness
52 629.2 “If ye turn unto Me “If you turn unto Me
52 629.2 gather them from thence gather them from there
53 636.1 that had hitherto that had up to this time
53 639.2 they builded they built
53 642.3 Hitherto they had not Up to this time they had not
53 644.1 for them to repair thither for them to return to that place
54 649.1 the cruel design the cruel plan
55 653.1 The wall about Jerusalem The wall around Jerusalem
55 657.1 the city was girded the city was fortified
55 658.2 using means hitherto using means up to this time
55 659.1 to God “and set a to God and “set a
55 659.2 this would but retard the work this would but impede the work
55 660.3 help in every strait help in every difficulty
57 669.1 which heretofore had been used which until then had been used
57 671.1 Another result of intercourse with Another result of interaction with
57 673.3 the fearful judgments visited the fearful judgments imposed
57 674.3 Hither some who Here some who
57 675.1 false charity false love
57 677.1 to be wrought in the to be brought about in the
58 681.3 from the ruin wrought from the ruin brought
58 687.1 Jehovah's beneficent designs Jehovah's beneficent plans
58 687.2 his hellish shadow athwart his hellish shadow across
58 696.6 every miracle wrought every miracle worked
58 698.1 events clustering about events clustering around
59 703.2 It was God’s design that It was God’s plan that
59 706.2 to visit with swift destruction to inflict with swift destruction
59 712.3 passions, uncontrolled, wrought passions, uncontrolled, brought about
59 715.1 great city,” which hath “made great city,” which has “made
59 719.3 unthankful, unholy, demoralized unthankful, unholy, corrupt
60 722.2 were given wonderful visions were given wondrous visions
60 725.3 for “when the blast for when “the blast
60 726.4 desolations wrought desolations made
12 158.1 gathering about Mount Carmel gathering around Mount Carmel
12 160.1 a wonderful manifestation a wondrous manifestation
15 191.1 threatening to retard threatening to impede
17 223.2 Through most wonderful workings Through most wondrous workings
23 286.2 judgments were stayed judgments were restrained
46 576.2 those who would hearken those who would listen
48 594.3 hedged about on every side hedged around on every side
59 714.1 penalties were visited upon penalties were imposed upon

The Desire of Ages

Ch. Pg. Original Revised
Ch Page (original) Original printing New printing
1 19.2 who dwelleth in the who dwells in the
1 19.2 the light which no man can approach unto the light to which no man can approach
1 21.2 looking unto Jesus looking to Jesus
1 24.2 As He went about doing good As He went around doing good
1 25.3 the ruin wrought through sin the ruin brought through sin
1 25.3 The I AM is the Daysman The I AM is the Arbiter
2 27.1 knew (Him) not did not know (Him)
2 28.1 could be wrought could be worked
3 31.2 the promise tarried the promise waited
3 31.2 the promise tarried the promise waited
3 32.2 throughout the world the tidings throughout the world the news
3 34.2 made unto the fathers made to the fathers
4 43.2 The tidings of his birth The news of his birth
4 44.1 yet they knew not yet they did not know
4 44.1 the nation knew not the nation did not know
4 47.1 but the tidings fill but the news fills
5 51.4 to be wrought to be worked
5 55.4 said unto Mary said to Mary
5 56.4 as tidings of joy as news of joy
6 60.3 they repair to the temple they go to the temple
6 61.2 quickly noised quickly spoken of
6 62.2 He bade his visitors He bid his visitors
6 66.2 the father's designs the father's plans
7 68.3 a peculiar loveliness a notable loveliness
8 75.2 oxen or asses oxen or donkeys
8 75.2 God had wrought God had worked
8 76.2 appeared no token appeared no sign
8 76.2 wonderful deliverance wondrous deliverance
8 78.4 and hither the child Jesus came and here the child Jesus came
8 80.3 How hath this youth knowledge How has this youth knowledge
8 80.4 knew not did not know
8 80.4 He had tarried behind He had stayed behind
8 82.2 His wonderful work His wondrous work
8 82.2 social intercourse social interaction
9 84.1 “Thus saith the Lord,” “This is what the Lord says,”
9 86.3 and shed about Him and shed around Him
9 89.7 to such despiteful to such spiteful
9 90.2 or even of dumb animals or even of animals
10 98.3 will be wrought will be worked
10 101.1 family board family table
10 102.1 leather girdle leather belt
10 97.1 and throughout chapter Elisabeth Elizabeth
11 109.1 Tidings of the wilderness News of the wilderness
11 109.1 He bade farewell He bid farewell
11 109.1 He bade farewell He bid farewell
11 112.3 recognized the token recognized the sign
11 110.1 he gathered about him he gathered around him
12 116.2 the intercourse between the interaction between
12 118.2 show Thy power by relieving Thyself show Your power by relieving Yourself
12 118.2 an angel to stay an angel to restrain
12 120.1 “Thus saith the Lord,” “This is what the Lord says,”
12 123.6 And unto us are given And to us are given
13 129.2 and to whomsoever I will I give it and I give it to whomever I wish
13 131.1 to rest not not to rest
14 132.1 God had stayed God had stopped
14 132.1 He who had wrought He who had worked
14 133.3 a deputation of priests a delegation of priests
14 136.2 The deputies from Jerusalem The emissaries from Jerusalem
14 136.3 gazed about them gazed around them
14 139.3 that loveth who loves
14 142.3 preaching good tidings preaching good news
14 142.4 a token that I am a sign that I am
14 143.1 were wrought by the power were worked by the power
14 Title page Messias Messiah
15 144.3 The tidings had been carried The news had been carried
15 144.3 But tidings had reached her But news had reached her
15 147.4 Mary had not Mary did not have
15 147.4 the wonderful works of Christ the wondrous works of Christ
15 148.1 in no wise in no way
15 148.2 and Jesus bade the servants and Jesus bid the servants
15 149.5 the wonderful work the wondrous work
15 150.4 He bade them give evidence He bid them give evidence
15 151.3 He often repaired He often retired
15 152.2 to reach all classes to reach all groups of people
15 152.2 hospital board hospital table
16 154.3 a promiscuous throng an indiscriminate throng
16 158.2 Jesus does not smite them Jesus does not strike them
16 162.1 and bade them turn back and bid them turn back
16 163.1 The dumb opened The mute opened
16 163.3 wonderful power wondrous power
16 164.4 Christ did not design Christ did not intend
16 166.5 men builded men built
17 168.1 the wonderful manifestation the wondrous manifestation
17 168.3 His wonderful power His wondrous power
17 171.4 receiveth not does not receive
17 172.3 or whither it goes or where it goes
17 174.3 this change wrought this change made
18 178.2 the crowds about him the crowds around him
18 178.2 the region about Jordan the region around Jordan
19 183.1 beautiful Vale beautiful Valley
19 183.2 social intercourse social interaction
19 184.3 knew Him not did not know Him
19 187.3 More of Thee More of You
19 188.2 whither she would where she would
19 189.3 had hitherto come had previously come
19 192.2 Crowding about Him Crowding around Him
19 192.2 He tarried in Samaria He stayed in Samaria
19 193.1 declared that unto Him declared that to Him
19 194.1 If thou hadst asked of Me, I would have given thee living water. If you had asked of Me, I would have given you living water.
19 194.4 gathered about Him gathered around Him
20 196.1 Now tidings had come Now news had come
20 196.1 wonderful works of Jesus wondrous works of Jesus
20 196.3 The tidings of Christ's return The news of Christ's return
20 199.1 lingered about lingered around
20 200.1 wonderful restoration wondrous restoration
20 200.2 Tidings of the miracle News of the miracle
21 201.2 erected about the place erected around the place
21 205.1 have wrought have worked
21 206.2 and bade the man carry and bid the man carry
21 206.4 to stay from watering to keep from watering
21 207.1 stay His hand restrain His hand
21 209.1 They had not builded They had not built
21 209.1 are to be builded are to be built
21 211.5 In the awful mystery In the awe-inspiring mystery
21 213.4 They had signally failed They had notably failed
22 214.2 they brought him tidings they brought him news
22 215.2 God that answereth God that answers
22 215.3 dear unto himself dear to himself
22 215.3 disciples about Him disciples around Him
22 216.1 returning unto the Lord returning to the Lord
22 216.7 gathered close about Him gathered close around Him
22 217.1 and bade them go and tell and bid them go and tell
22 218.4 gathered about Christ gathered around Christ
22 221.4 Salome knew not Salome did not know
22 224.2 the rack, or the fagot the rack, or the stake
24 240.3 encamped about all encamped around all
24 241.1 About them were Around them were
24 241.3 to cavil at the words to quibble at the words
25 244.1 and bade him pull and bid him pull
25 246.2 the condescension of Christ the humility of Christ
26 252.3 or tarried for rest or stayed for rest
26 256.2 The people were dumb The people were mute
26 259.2 Tidings of the work of Christ News of the work of Christ
26 260.1 hitherto up to this time
27 262.3 Yet the man knew not Yet the man did not know
27 263.1 gathered about Him gathered around Him
27 263.4 peculiar to leprosy unique to leprosy
27 264.3 were noised abroad were spoken of abroad
27 264.3 crowd about Him crowd around Him
27 264.3 lepers about Him lepers around Him
27 264.4 he went about proclaiming he went around proclaiming
27 265.1 all who came unto Him all who came to Him
27 267.1 caviling Pharisees quibbling Pharisees
27 267.4 in and about the house in and around the house
27 267.5 the promiscuous multitude the indiscriminate multitude
27 267.5 sat close about Him sat close around Him
27 268.1 looked about him looked around him
27 269.5 Christ bade Christ bid
27 270.4 The Pharisees were dumb The Pharisees were mute
28 272.1 publicans tax collectors
28 273.1 publican tax collector
28 273.3 When Jesus bade Peter When Jesus bid Peter
28 273.5 His colaborer His co-laborer
28 273.6 publican tax collector
28 273.7 publicans tax collectors
28 273.7 publicans tax collectors
28 274.2 publicans tax collectors
28 274.3 publicans tax collectors
28 274.3 publican tax collector
28 275.3 publicans tax collectors
28 275.3 class group of people
28 275.4 publicans tax collectors
28 276.1 a glutton and a winebibber a glutton and a drunkard
28 276.2 publicans tax collectors
28 276.2 publicans tax collectors
28 276.2 setting at nought setting at nothing
28 277.1 unto the world. Joy unto the poor ... Joy unto the rich ... Joy unto the ignorant ... wise unto salvation. Joy unto the learned ... open unto them ... opened unto the men to the world. Joy to the poor ... Joy to the rich ... Joy to the ignorant ... wise to salvation. Joy to the learned ... open to them ... opened to the men
28 278.2 publicans tax collectors
28 279.1 publican tax collector
28 280.4 looks unto the Author looks to the Author
29 282.3 When the Lord bade Israel When the Lord bid Israel
29 283.1 On the way thither On the way there
29 286.2 Jesus bade the afflicated man Jesus bid the afflicted man
29 286.4 a dumb animal an animal
29 287.3 the caviling Jews the quibbling Jews
30 291.2 vale Valley
31 298.1 come unto Him come to Him
31 299.2 pressed about their Master pressed around their Master
31 299.2 pressed about their Master pressed around their Master
31 300.4 The worldling may pronounce The worldly may pronounce
31 301.1 Elijah knew not Elijah did not know
31 302.1 looking unto Jesus looking to Jesus
31 302.1 conformed unto His image conformed to His image
31 306.2 colaborers with Him co-laborers with Him
31 307.1 from without from the outside
31 307.2 be wrested to serve be twisted to serve
31 310.3 Jesus bade them Jesus bid them
31 313.2 after His similitude after His likeness
32 317.4 an earnest of the work an earnest, a deposit, of the work
32 318.1 thither in that direction
32 318.2 and about it are and around it are
32 318.4 gathered about the bier gathered around the bier
32 320.2 which bade the first man which bid the first man
33 321.3 blind and dumb blind and mute
33 324.1 A change is wrought A change is made
33 324.2 done despite showed contempt
33 325.1 were without were outside
33 326.3 knew Him not did not know Him
34 328.2 come unto Him come to Him
34 328.4 Tenderly He bid Tenderly He bade
35 337.1 Hanging about Hanging around
35 337.3 With authority He bade With authority He bid
35 338.1 they besought Jesus they begged Jesus
35 338.1 and Jesus suffered them and Jesus allowed them
35 338.3 to publish the news to tell the news
35 338.3 this wonderful scene this wondrous scene
35 339.1 beseeching Him begging Him
35 339.1 thronged about Jesus thronged around Jesus
35 339.4 Jesus bade Jesus bid
35 340.2 When they bade Him When they bid Him
35 340.3 flocked about Him flocked around Him
36 342.1 and then repaired and then went
36 342.1 to meet the publicans to meet the tax collectors
36 344.1 pressed hither and thither pressed here and there
36 344.1 and looking about and looking around
36 344.3 the cure was wrought the cure was worked
36 347.1 bring healing unto the soul bring healing to the soul
36 347.1 close about Christ close around Christ
36 348.2 God has wrought God has done
37 349.1 gathered about Him gathered around Him
37 350.1 Jesus bade them Jesus bid them
37 350.1 the twelve about Him the twelve around Him
37 350.2 He bade them sit He bid them sit
37 350.2 the tidings of His mercy the news of His mercy
37 352.1 Jesus bade His disciples Jesus bid His disciples
37 353.1 intercourse with the people interaction with the people
37 356.4 the dumb creatures the mute creatures
38 359.3 thronged about Christ thronged around Christ
38 360.1 Hitherto they had In times past they had
38 360.4 received tidings of the received news of the
38 360.4 watching to compass His watching to plot His
38 360.4 about His path around His path
38 361.1 with the publicans at with the tax collectors at
39 365.2 disciples besought Him disciples begged Him
39 365.3 two hundred pennyworth two hundred denarii worth
39 365.3 Then He bade the disciples Then He bid the disciples
39 365.4 He bade them sit He bid them sit
39 367.3 due unto His holy name due to His holy name
39 369.1 brought into strait placesbrought into strait places brought into difficult placesbrought into hard places
39 366.1 about the Sea around the Sea
40 378.4 their designs their plans
40 378.4 their steps are stayed their steps are stopped
40 378.4 their designs their plans
40 380.2 wonderful works of Christ wondrous works of Christ
40 381.5 Looking unto Jesus Looking to Jesus
40 382.4 steadfastly unto Jesus steadfastly to Jesus
41 383.2 many repaired to Capernaum many went to Capernaum
41 384.3 The Savior bade them The Savior bid them
41 386.2 strength unto eternal life strength to eternal life
41 387.4 all hearts unto Him all hearts to Him
41 388.3 angel smote the homes angel struck the homes
41 391.1 divine similitude divine likeness
41 393.6 wonderful works wondrous works
41 384.2 many gathered about Jesus many gathered around Jesus
42 395.1 another deputation another delegation
42 397.3 The deputies from Jerusalem The emissaries from Jerusalem
42 397.4 from without from the outside
43 399.2 To this class To this group
43 399.2 His wonderful works His wondrous works
43 400.1 designed to teach planned to teach
43 400.2 He designed that He intended that
43 403.1 different classes different groups
43 403.3 come unto Him and live come to Him and live
44 404.2 a crowd gathered about Him a crowd gathered around Him
44 404.2 continued to throng about the Savior continued to throng around the Savior
44 405.2 A deputation of Pharisees A delegation of Pharisees
44 406.1 Bethhoron Beth Horon
44 406.1 came unto Christ came to Christ
44 406.1 came unto Christ came to Christ
44 407.1 Christ wrought no miracleHe wrought no miracle Christ worked no miracleHe worked no miracle
44 407.1 a miracle is wrought a miracle is worked
44 408.3 and improved every occasion and used every occasion
44 409.2 thought of self-gratulation thought of self-elevation
44 408.4 This class do not attack This group do not attack
45 410.1 scenes whither His feet scenes where His feet
45 410.1 that rent His heart that tore His heart
45 410.2 travail for nought travail for nothing
45 411.1 the towns about the towns near
45 415.1 concealed His design concealed His plan
45 415.2 Hitherto He had Until then He had
45 416.3 Jesus bade His followers Jesus bid His followers
45 416.3 Calling about Him, Calling around Him,
46 419.3 ask Christ whither He is ask Christ where He is
46 419.4 gather quickly about Him gather quickly around Him
46 422.1 they long to tarry they long to stay
46 422.2 knew Him not did not know Him
46 422.2 colaborers with Christ co-laborers with Christ
46 425.3 in awful majesty in awesome majesty
47 426.2 led hither by led there by
47 426.2 who knew whither Jesus who knew where Jesus
47 426.2 they were fain to they were inclined to
47 428.1 the awe-stricken multitude the awestruck multitude
47 428.2 Then He bade the distressed Then He bid the distressed
47 431.2 and humiliation of heart and humility of heart
48 432.1 Jesus did not repair Jesus did not go
48 433.2 There were some classes There were some groups of people
48 435.2 gathered His disciples about Him gathered His disciples around Him
48 436.3 give unto him give to him
48 439.3 Looking unto Jesus Looking to Jesus
48 440.1 minister unto them minister to them
48 440.1 to stay up the hands to hold up the hands
49 447.2 It was God's design It was God's intention
49 450.1 His mingling with publicans His mingling with tax collectors
49 450.1 the people about Him the people around Him
49 450.2 the wonderful works reported the wondrous works reported
49 454.1 the smiting of the rock the striking of the rock
49 454.1 apart to be smitten apart to be struck
49 454.1 In smiting Christ In striking Christ
49 454.1 the smitten rock the struck rock
50 456.3 the wonderful works of Jesus the wondrous works of Jesus
50 457.5 their designs to arrest Him their plans to arrest Him
50 457.5 and thither His murderers could never come. and there His murderers could never come.
50 458.1 His hands unto a disobedient and gainsaying people His hand to a disobedient and contradictory people
50 458.1 Little did these cavilers Little did these faultfinders
50 458.1 His hands unto His hands to
50 458.3 God designs that men God intends that men
50 460.3 the people gathered about Him. the people gathered around Him.
51 463.3 lighted up all about them lighted up all around them
51 464.2 awful grandeur awesome grandeur
51 464.2 about the Lord around the Lord
51 469.3 fresh ground for caviling. fresh ground for quibbling.
51 472.1 They knew not that They did not know that
51 473.1 had frequently wrought had frequently worked
51 474.1 they knew not Him they did not know Him
51 474.2 gathered about them their robes, gathered around them their robes,
52 477.3 in the miracles wrought in the miracles worked
52 480.1 all men unto Himself all men to Himself
52 483.1 look unto Me look to Me
53 485.1 Heretofore He had Until then He had
53 485.4 they would fain have they would gladly have
53 485.4 from going thither from going there
53 486.1 The work to be wrought The work to be done
53 489.1 Jesus bade them Jesus bid them
53 489.3 about the Sea of Galilee around the Sea of Galilee
53 494.3 fishermen and publicans fishermen and tax collectors
54 498.1 to be wrought out in the life. to be worked out in the life.
54 499.3 They were of the class They were of the group
54 503.2 tarrying in the place staying in the place
54 504.1 Christ bade the lawyer Christ bid the lawyer
55 506.4 reveal unto them reveal to them
55 506.4 which He had wrought. which He had worked.
55 507.1 Their eyes were holden Their eyes were unadaptable
56 515.1 characters after the similitude characters after the image
56 515.5 His intercourse with His interaction with
57 519.3 become a colaborer with Him become a co-laborer with Him
57 519.5 and a coheir with Christ and a co-heir with Christ
57 523.2 entrusted gifts as God designs entrusted gifts as God intends
57 523.3 will demoralize the whole being. will corrupt the whole being.
58 524.1 peculiarly tender associations. unusually tender associations.
58 526.3 to perform wonderful miracles. to perform wondrous miracles.
58 528.1 their rent hearts their torn hearts
58 528.2 because He tarried; because He delayed;
58 529.1 He tarried. He delayed.
58 529.2 the tidings of His arrival. the news of His arrival.
58 533.2 would erelong be planning would before long be planning
58 534.3 the most wonderful manifestations the most wondrous manifestations
58 536.1 He wrought His miracles. He worked His miracles.
59 537.2 they knew not they did not know
59 538.3 all men wondered all men were filled with wonder
59 538.3 Divided hitherto, Divided until then,
59 541.4 and speech to the dumb, and speech to the mute,
60 547.2 Again Christ called the twelve about Him, Again Christ called the twelve around Him,
60 547.3 left aught for His sake left all for His sake
61 552.4 proscribed class proscribed groups of people
61 556.3 about the divine Teacher, around the divine Teacher,
62 557.3 spread the tidings spread the news
62 558.1 their murderous designs, their murderous plans,
62 560.2 Joseph of Arimathaea Joseph of Arimathea
62 560.3 As they stand about the cold, As they stand around the cold,
62 560.4 Mary knew not Mary did not know
62 566.5 five hundred pence exceeds a debt of fifty pence. five hundred denarii exceeds a debt of fifty denarii.
62 566.5 Jesus did not design Jesus did not plan
62 567.2 Mary hath washed Mary has washed
63 569.4 an ass and its colt. a donkey and its colt.
63 569.4 Heretofore Jesus had Until then Jesus had
63 570.2 He had heretofore He had previously
63 570.2 could have wrought this could have made this
63 572.2 But about the Savior But around the Savior
63 572.2 The dumb whose tongues The mute whose tongues
63 575.2 gracefully about the white gracefully around the white
63 577.2 would be visited upon would be imposed upon
63 569 (Title page) "Your King is Coming" "Your King Is Coming"
64 581.3 the highlands about Jerusalem the highlands around Jerusalem
64 582.2 His wonderful works His wondrous works
64 584.2 until I shall dig about it until I shall dig around it
64 587.5 and know not the ruin and do not know the ruin
65 593.1 witnessed His wonderful work, witnessed His wondrous work,
65 593.2 He had wrought mighty works He had made mighty works
65 593.3 Repairing to the temple Returning to the temple
65 595.4 the Pharisees as infidels: the Pharisees as unbelievers:
65 597.3 He designed that they should He intended that they should
65 597.3 Christ designed that the Pharisees Christ intended that the Pharisees
65 597.4 unusual size and peculiar shape unusual size and unique shape
65 592.2 before the wonderful scene. before the wondrous scene.
66 602.3 they designed to accuse Him they planned to accuse Him
66 603.1 As a class they were bigoted As a group they were bigoted
66 605.1 which can be wrought which can be made
66 605.2 they designed to hold they planned to hold
66 605.5 Thosuands become infidels Thousands become unbelievers
66 605.5 the wonderful exhibition the wondrous exhibition
66 608.3 The Pharisees had gathered close about Jesus The Pharisees had gathered close around Jesus
67 611.1 and there saw discomfiture and confusion. and there saw defeat and confusion.
67 611.1 They themselves knew not what They themselves did not know what
67 612.1 Jesus bade His hearers Jesus bid His hearers
67 612.3 about the head and wrists. around the head and wrists.
67 615.1 and bade them mark and bid them mark
67 616.2 make nice distinctions make punctilious distinctions
67 619.2 the prophet Zecharias the prophet Zachariah
67 620.4 Hitherto He had Until then He had
68 621.3 they knew not they did not know
68 623.3 bear fruit unto eternal life. bear fruit to eternal life.
68 625.1 were thrown about Him were thrown around Him
68 625.3 and under peculiar circumstances. and under unusual circumstances.
68 626.2 Many people were round about Christ Many people were around Christ
68 626.5 Alas for those who knew not Alas for those who did not know
69 629.1 The persecutors wrought out The persecutors worked out
69 634.3 another class: another group of people:
69 635.1 He smites his fellow servants, He strikes his fellow servants,
69 636.1 Another class are falling Another group are falling
69 636.2 gambling hells. gambling houses.
70 637.1 two classes. two groups of people.
70 637.2 ministering unto Him. ministering to Him.
70 638.2 to those about them. to those around them.
70 638.4 But not to any class But not to any group
70 641.1 will be ministered unto by will be ministered to by
70 641.1 Social intercourse will be profitable. Social interaction will be profitable.
71 642.3 knew not its cause, did not know its cause,
71 643.1 As they gathered about the table, As they gathered around the table,
71 643.2 He loved them unto the end. He loved them to the end.
71 643.3 stayed upon His lips. stopped upon His lips.
72 652.3 the great deliverance wrought out the great deliverance brought about
72 653.1 Couches were placed about the table, Couches were placed around the table,
72 654.1 give birth to such a design? give birth to such a plan?
72 659.1 As the Lord's disciples gather about His table, As the Lord's disciples gather around His table,
72 659.2 remember that your Redeemer liveth remember that your Redeemer lives
72 660.3 The family board The family table
73 662.3 They pressed close about the Savior. They pressed close around the Savior.
73 663.1 the divine similitude. the divine likeness.
73 667.5 Christ bade His disciples pray. Christ bid His disciples pray.
73 671.2 what has been wrought out what has been worked out
73 674.3 But the vine entwines about the trellis, But the vine entwines around the trellis,
73 677.1 after the similitude of Christ. after the likeness of Christ.
73 679.1 was closing about His soul. was closing around His soul.
74 685.2 the disciples had marked the disciples had noticed
74 686.4 Hitherto He had been Until now He had been
74 687.1 a peculiar people. a chosen people.
74 690.1 but He had bidden them tarry there, watching unto prayer. but He had bidden them wait there, watching to prayer.
74 693.3 result in the utter discomfiture of Satan, result in the utter defeat of Satan,
74 694.1 The storm had in nowise abated, The storm had in no way abated,
74 695.1 Judas gathered about Christ. Judas gathered around Christ.
75 698.3 and thwarted their designs. and thwarted their plans.
75 703.1 were noised abroad, were spoken of abroad,
75 708.4 to be rent at the death of friends, to be torn at the death of friends,
75 709.1 But no rent must be madewith a rent robe, But no tear must be madewith a torn robe,
75 709.4 When Caiaphas rent his robe,the temple was rent in twain, When Caiaphas tore his garment,the temple was torn in two,
75 710.2 But a keener anguish rent But a keener anguish tore
75 710.5 and said to those about her and said to those around her
75 713.1 he knew not Jesus, he did not know Jesus,
75 713.2 raised to smite Him in the face. raised to strike Him in the face.
75 713.3 and cared not whither. and cared not where.
75 713.4 Jesus bade him watch Jesus bid him watch
75 714.3 He said unto them, He said to them,
75 705.1 they knew not. they did not know.
75 712.1 Peter had not designed Peter had not planned
76 720.5 But Judas knew not But Judas did not know
76 721.1 would rally about Him, would rally around Him,
76 721.3 and setting at nought all their plots and power. and setting at nothing all their plots and power.
76 721.4 and knew not what to say. and did not know what to say.
77 723.1 About Him are the guard of soldiers. Around Him are the guard of soldiers.
77 724.1 the wonderful deeds performed the wondrous deeds performed
77 725.5 and their discomfiture at His answer. and their disconcertment at His answer.
77 726.3 the waves that beat about Him. the waves that beat around Him.
77 726.3 broke about Him, broke around Him,
77 728.3 brought to him in a charger. brought to him on a platter.
77 729.3 mighty works wrought by His power. mighty works made by His power.
77 733.1 He had done wonderful things He had done astounding things
77 733.3 "Why, what evil hath he done?" "Why, what evil has he done?"
77 733.4 Why, what evil hath He done? Why, what evil has He done?
77 738.1 About His head a soft light seemed to shine. Around His head a soft light seemed to shine.
77 739.1 Looking upon the smitten Lamb of God, Looking upon the stricken Lamb of God,
77 739.3 And on His vesture And on His robe
77 739.3 Those who mocked and smote Him will be there. Those who mocked and struck Him will be there.
78 741.2 was to suffer without was to suffer outside
78 743.3 They had pressed close about their Master, They had pressed close around their Master,
78 750.3 when He wrought miracles, when He worked miracles,
78 752.2 He said unto her, He said to her,
78 752.2 then unto John, then to John,
78 752.2 the multitude about Him, the multitude around Him,
78 754.3 gathered about the cross. gathered around the cross.
78 754.4 "Jesus cried with a loud voice, "Jesus cried out with a loud voice,
78 754.4 settled about the Savior, settled around the Savior,
78 756.3 acceptance heretofore given Him. acceptance previously given Him.
78 756.5 this veil is rent in twain. this veil is torn in two.
78 757.1 "With His own blood" He entereth in "With His own blood" He enters
79 758.4 It was a being of wonderful power It was a being of wondrous power
79 759.5 Thrice the prayer Three times the prayer
79 762.2 after the similitude of the divine character, after the likeness of the divine character,
79 763.3 There will be but two classes. There will be but two groups of people.
80 770.4 Israel knew not the Son of God. Israel did not know the Son of God.
80 772.3 but knew not how to accomplish this. but did not know how to accomplish this.
80 774.1 lingered about the resting place of their Lord, lingered around the resting place of their Lord,
80 774.2 Hitherto the most holy place Up to this time the most holy place
80 774.2 was rent from top to bottom. was torn from top to bottom.
80 774.2 They knew not that They did not know that
80 775.2 the rent veil, the torn veil,
81 779.1 gathered about the place. gathered around the place.
81 781.2 when a voice stayed them. when a voice stopped them.
81 782.4 and set his guard about the tomb, and set his guard around the tomb,
81 786.1 had rent open their graves, had torn open their graves,
81 786.3 and appeared unto many, and appeared to many,
82 788.3 A light was shining about the tomb, A light was shining around the tomb,
82 788.3 As they lingered about the place, As they lingered around the place,
82 788.3 Yet about him the light Yet around him the light
82 788.3 but the angel's words stayed their steps. but the angel's words stopped their steps.
82 789.2 and the napkin, and the face cloth,
82 793.4 the fetters of the tomb, the shackles of the tomb,
83 801.2 the tidings to the disciples the news to the disciples
83 801.3 message of glad tidings message of glad news
84 806.4 of the wonderful manifestations of the wondrous manifestations
85 809.1 they bent their steps thither. they bent their steps there.
85 810.1 and recalled the wonderful events and recalled the wondrous events
85 810.4 Jesus bade the disciples Jesus bid the disciples
85 812.4 Heretofore Peter had not Before then Peter had not
85 815.4 Again He bade His disciple, Again He bid His disciple,
85 815.5 Heretofore Peter had known Christ Until then Peter had known Christ
85 816.1 Hitherto Peter had been inclined Up to this time Peter had been inclined
86 818.1 The disciples were to be colaborers The disciples were to be co-laborers
86 819.2 thrilled them with peculiar power. thrilled them with unusual power.
86 821.1 Although they would not come unto Me Although they would not come to Me
86 821.1 have done to Me as they listed, have done to Me as they wished,
86 821.1 Him that cometh to Me I will in nowise cast out. Him that comes to Me I will by no means cast out.
86 821.2 Miracles would be wrought, Miracles would be worked,
86 822.1 He bade them. He bid them.
86 823.2 as an indorsement of faith. as an endorsement of faith.
86 824.1 and bade him, and bid him,
86 824.1 The cure could be wrought only The cure could be worked only
87 829.1 After His resurrection He tarried After His resurrection He stayed
87 829.2 Thence Jesus, From that place Jesus,
87 830.1 The disciples knew not that The disciples did not know that
87 832.3 they told the wonderful story they told the wondrous story
87 830.3 and the disciples gathered about Him. and the disciples gathered around Him.
87 830.3 the awe-stricken disciples looked the awestricken disciples looked

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Ch. Pg. Original Revised
3 32.1 the glad tidings of salvation. the glad news of salvation.
3 32.2 as they gathered about Him. as they gathered around Him.
3 32.3 Psalm 68:32-34, margin (Psalm 68:32-34).
4 38.3 a token that He had, a sign that He had,
4 40.2 at this wonderful manifestation, at this wondrous manifestion,
5 48.1 The glad tidings of a risen Savior were carried The glad news of a risen Savior was carried
5 48.2 of divine grace were wrought. of divine grace were worked.
5 52.3 the Holy Spirit reveals the Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world. the Holy Spirit reveals the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world.
5 52.4 salvation wrought by the death of our Redeemer. salvation brought by the death of our Redeemer.
5 54.2 special tokens of divine favor. special signs of divine favor.
6 59.1 the cure had been wrought in the name the cure had been worked in the name
6 64.3 the close of that wonderful scene the close of that wondrous scene
6 66.1 Jesus and His wonderful works, Jesus and His wondrous works,
6 68.2 A “Thus saith the Lord” is not to be set aside for a “Thus saith the church” or a “Thus saith the state.” A “Thus says the Lord” is not to be set aside for a “Thus says the church” or a “Thus says the state.”
7 72.2 was visited with swift was met with swift
8 81.3 God had given them a token of His love God had given them a sign of His love
8 84.2 to proclaim glad tidings to proclaim glad news
8 84.3 “Crucify Him! crucify Him!” “Crucify Him, crucify Him!”
9 91.2 But all these classes of workers But all these groups of workers
11 104.1 witnessed Christ's wonderful works, witnessed Christ's wondrous works,
11 105.3 the glad tidings of salvation through Christ. the glad news of salvation through Christ.
11 109.1 This Ethiopian represented a large class who need This Ethiopian represented a large group of people who need
12 116.2 The learned Jew had seen the face of the martyr reflecting the light of Christ’s glory—appearing as if “it had been the face of angel.” The learned Jew had seen the face of the martyr reflecting the light of Christ’s glory—appearing as if it had been “the face of an angel.”
14 131.1 the apostle said;arise the apostle said.Arise
14 140.1 to be wrought in genuine conversions to be worked in genuine conversions
15 147.1 now dumb from amazement. now mute from amazement.
15 147.1 within and without are motionless within and outside are motionless
15 147.2 also guarded within and without, also guarded within and outside,
15 152.2 were borne to all lands was borne to all lands
16 161.1 the glad tidings of the gospel. the glad news of the gospel.
16 164.1 the glad tidings of the grace of God. the glad news of the grace of God.
17 168.2 were wrought by the power of God. were worked by the power of God.
17 169.1 yet he was peculiarly fitted yet he was uniquely fitted
18 178.1 secret and dangerous designs. secret and dangerous plans.
18 179.1 the malicious designs of the Jews the malicious plans of the Jews
18 180.1 Many of the inhabitants of Lystra worshiped at a temple dedicated to Jupiter. Many of the inhabitants of Lystra worshiped at a temple dedicated to Zeus.
18 180.1 superstitious belief in the worship of Jupiter. superstitious belief in the worship of Zeus.
18 181.2 Barnabas they called Jupiter, Barnabas they called Zeus,
18 181.2 Paul they believe to be Mercury, Paul they believed to be Hermes,
18 181.3 prevailed upon the priest of Jupiter to do the apostles honor, prevailed upon the priest of Zeus to do the apostles honor,
18 182.2 The record says that they were “scarce restrained.” The record says that “they could scarcely restrain the multitudes.”
18 185.1 the glad tidings of the gospel the glad news of the gospel
18 187.1 Pamphylia, “and when they had preached the word in Perga, they went down into Attalia, and then sailed to Antioch.” Pamphylia, and “when they had preached the word in Perga they went down to Attalia. From there they sailed to Antioch.”
20 207.2 the glad tidings of salvation. the glad news of salvation.
20 209.1 the glad tidings of salvation allowed the glad news of salvation allowed
21 216.3 and with peculiar force and with unusual force
22 221.1 One who had wrought their deliverance. One who had brought about their deliverance.
22 222.1 to be wrought out through Christ. to be worked out through Christ.
22 228.1 of his wonderful experience of his wondrous experience
23 235.1 Soon a crowd of listeners gathered about them. Soon a crowd of listeners gathered around them.
23 235.2 all classes with convincing arguments all groups of people with convincing arguments
23 236.3 and the tumult of promiscuous discussion, and the tumult of indiscriminate discussion,
23 240.1 become wise unto salvation; become wise to salvation;
23 242.1 their confidence firm unto the end, their confidence firm to the end,
24 245.3 had been wrought in his life, had been made in his life,
24 246.1 in all classes. in all groups of people.
24 249.2 affirmed that the wonderful works affirmed that the wondrous works
28 294.1 having done him much evil. 2 Timothy 4:14. having done him much harm (2 Timothy 4:14).
29 303.1 of all classes, of all groups of people,
29 307.1 and ever watching unto prayer. and ever watching in prayer.
30 319.2 Charity “doth not behave rudely, Love “does not behave rudely,
31 323.1 “The care His “deep concern
31 333.2 Live, sinner, live! Ye penitent, believing souls, live! Live, sinner, live! You penitent, believing souls, live!
33 347.2 burdensome” to them, made demands” on them,
33 347.3 It was of this class that he It was of this group that he
35 381.1 to be done for classes of people to be done for groups of people
35 381.2 will proclaim the wonderful power will proclaim the wondrous power
36 384.2 “O foolish Galatians,” he exclaimed,who “O foolish Galatians!" he exclaimed. "Who
38 400.1 to throw about workers to throw around workers
38 407.3 Roman captain Roman commander
38 408.1 he said to the chief captain, he said to the commander,
38 414.1 compared Ananias to a whited sepulcher compared Ananias to a whitewashed sepulcher
38 415.3 a letter with which he had been entrusted by the chief captain: a letter with which he had been entrusted by the commander:
39 422.1 To let him have liberty,” and to “forbid none to let him have liberty,” and “not to forbid
40 428.1 He stated that “he himself would depart shortly” for Caesarea. He stated that “he himself was going” to Caesarea “shortly.”
40 429.2 stood about and laid many stood around and laid many
41 436.3 broken the bands of death, broken the bonds of death,
41 436.3 showing all classes showing all people
41 437.2 of his wonderful experiences. of his wondrous experiences.
42 445.2 The shipwrecked crew were kindly received by the barbarous people of Melita. The shipwrecked crew were kindly received by the barbarous people of Malta.
42 446.1 During the three months that the ship’s company remained at Melita, During the three months that the ship’s company remained at Malta,
43 447.1 had wintered at Melita on her way westward, had wintered at Malta on her way westward,
46 487.2 of a class whom of a group of people whom
49 504.1 He who has blunted his spiritual perceptions by sinful leniency toward those whom God condemns, will erelong commit a greater sin He who has blunted his spiritual perceptions by sinful leniency toward those whom God condemns will soon commit a greater sin
49 506.3 to make full proof of his ministry by employing every means within his reach to fulfill his ministry by employing every means within his reach
50 509.2 and erelong fearlessly sealed their faith with their blood. and before long fearlessly sealed their faith with their blood.
50 510.1 carrying about in the body carrying around in the body
51 527.2 and he himself is instructed and enlightened in the truth that maketh wise unto salvation. and he himself is instructed and enlightened in the truth that makes wise to salvation.
54 546.1 gave him access to all classes. gave him access to all groups of people
54 549.1 and most surely retards the progress and most surely impedes the progress
54 554.3 “You must have charity,” is the cry heard everywhere, “You must have love” is the cry heard everywhere,
54 554.3 But true charity is too pure But true love is too pure
54 554.3 We are not to unite with the rebellious and call this charity. We are not to unite with the rebellious and call this love.
54 555.1 that this is not inconsistent with true charity. that this is not inconsistent with true love.
54 556.1 through his own experience, to “set to his seal that God is true. through his own experience, to certify “that God is true
56 570.4 the messages given him on that barren coast were to go forth as a lamp that burneth, the messages given him on that barren coast were to go forth as a lamp that burns.
57 578.3 carry the glad tidings of salvation carry the glad news of salvation
57 580.1 Some forgot the wonderful manner Some forgot the wondrous manner
57 581.2 give him a wonderful revelation give him a wondrous revelation
58 599.1 material that will stand the test of fire—gold, silver, and precious stones, “polished after the similitude of a palace.” material that will stand the test of fire—gold, silver, and precious stones, polished “in palace style.”
58 601.1 Although at times apparently retarded, Although at times apparently impeded,
58 601.1 its progress had never been checked. its progress had never been stopped.

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Ch. Pg. Original Revised
Intro ix.2 After the wonderful manifestation After the wondrous manifestation
Intro viii.4 the errros of a class that, the errors of a group of people that,
Intro viii.4 to further the designs of the evil one. to further the plans of the evil one.
1 18.1 though He well knew whither His feet were tending. though He well knew to what place His feet were directed.
1 19.2 if haply it might be saved from destruction. if by chance it might be saved from destruction.
1 19.2 had hedged it about. had hedged it around.
1 19.2 He digged about His vine: He dug around His vine:
1 20.2 A homeless wanderer, reproach and penury A homeless wanderer, reproach and poverty
1 20.3 His peculiar treasure. His unique treasure.
1 21.1 their sins were visited. their sins were imposed.
1 21.2 O that thou, a nation favored O that you, a nation favored
1 21.2 and the things that belong unto your peace! and the things that belong to your peace!
1 21.2 I have stayed the angel of justice, I have restrained the angel of justice,
1 24.1 The Shekinah no longer abode between The Shekinah no longer remained between
1 25.2 were gathered about the Savior were gathered around the Savior
1 27.3 Wonderful was the long-suffering of God Wondrous was the long-suffering of God
1 29.1 Rent by internal dissensions, Torn by internal dissensions,
1 32.2 So terribly was visited that awful So terribly was inflicted that awful
1 33.1 attacked the soldiers without. attacked the soldiers outside.
1 33.1 chambers about the holy house chambers around the holy house
1 35.3 a a punishment visited upon as a punishment imposed upon
1 37.2 has given them tokens of its approach has given them signs of its approach
2 43.2 There have ever been two classes among those There have ever been two groups of people among those
2 43.2 While one class study the Savior's life and earnestly seek to correct While one group studies the Savior's life and earnestly seeks to correct
2 43.2 the other class shun the plain, the other group shuns the plain,
2 44.1 The signal evidence The notable evidence
2 46.2 The early Christian were indeed a peculiar people. The early Christians were indeed a unique people.
3 54.2 death by the rack, the fagot, or the headsman’s ax. death by the rack, the stake, or the headsman’s ax.
3 55.1 severest punishment to visited upon severest punishment to be inflicted upon
3 57.3 Upon reaching the castle whither Gregory had withdrawn, Upon reaching the castle where Gregory had withdrawn,
3 59.3 The prince of darkness wrought with the leaders The prince of darkness worked with the leaders
4 62.2 found refuge in Scotland; thence the truth was carried found refuge in Scotland; from there the truth was carried
4 62.3 Columba and his colaborers, who, gathering about them Columba and his co-laborers, who, gathering around them
4 65.2 and scorched by the Romish fagot, and scorched by the Romish stake,
4 66.1 a sanctuary of awful grandeur, a sanctuary of awesome grandeur,
4 69.2 but in a most wonderful manner but in a most wondrous manner
4 70.1 In the schools whither they went, In the schools to which they went,
4 71.1 They secretly carried about with them They secretly carried around with them
4 73.3 as if he would assure himself that he had heard aright. as if he would assure himself that he had heard right.
4 74.2 They could now covet the prison and the fagot They could now covet the prison and the stake
4 74.3 grasp the tidings of salvation. grasp the news of salvation.
4 75.3 his hearers had not asked him whence he came or to whither he went. his hearers had not asked him from what place he came or to what place he went.
4 76.4 the moral character of this proscribed class. the moral character of this proscribed group.
4 78.1 The persecutions visited The persecutions inflicted
5 79.2 and in many lands appeared tokens of the coming dawn. and in many lands appeared signs of the coming dawn.
5 81.1 Heretofore he had felt a great want, Until then he had felt a great want,
5 81.2 foresee whither it would lead him. foresee where it would lead him.
5 87.1 the glad tidings of the grace of God. the glad news of the grace of God.
5 87.3 The tidings brought great joy to the friars. The news brought great joy to the friars.
5 87.3 then he bade his attendant then he bid his attendant
5 87.3 gathered about the supposed dying man. gathered around the supposed dying man.
5 88.1 he went forward nothing daunted. he went forward undaunted.
5 88.1 the storm that raged without, the storm that raged outside,
5 92.5 and He set a guard about him and He set a guard around him
5 93.2 the triumphal car of Rome, the triumphal chariot of Rome,
6 98.1 and then repaired to the university at Prague, and then went to the university at Prague,
6 100.3 Tidings of the work at Prague News of the work at Prague
6 101.1 against the region smitten with interdict: against the region struck with interdict:
6 101.1 Rome assayed to control Rome tried to control
6 101.1 In token of this terrible calamity, As a symbol of this terrible calamity,
6 101.2 A large class denounced Huss A large group denounced Huss
6 102.3 Hitherto Huss had stood alone in his labors; Up to this time Huss had stood alone in his labors;
6 109.2 When the flames kindled about him When the flames kindled around him
6 114.8 Erelong sentence of condemnation Before long, sentence of condemnation
6 117.1 The invaders were smitten with a supernatural terror. The invaders were struck with a supernatural terror.
6 118.2 A large class in Bohemia, A large group in Bohemia,
7 123.2 and to this he often repaired. and to this he often returned.
7 123.3 and bade him look away from himself, and bid him look away from himself,
7 126.2 The glad tidings of a Savior's love, The glad news of a Savior's love,
7 128.3 Luther, though still a papist of the straightest sort, Luther, though still a papist of the strictest sort,
7 128.3 In great perplexity they repaired to Tetzel In great perplexity they returned to Tetzel
7 129.2 Accordingly on these days the people in great numbers resorted thither. Accordingly on these days the people in great numbers resorted there.
7 134.3 and the Reformer set out on foot to perform the journey thither. and the Reformer set out on foot to perform the journey to that place.
7 135.1 The tidings of Luther’s arrival The news of Luther’s arrival
7 139.1 but their place was filled by another class, but their place was filled by another group,
7 141.2 they were cut off from intercourse with they were cut off from interaction with
7 143.3 enjoin upon them duties peculiar to the times enjoin upon them duties unique to the times
8 147.2 Charles bade him Charles bid him
8 150.2 shedding beams of light athwart the darkness shedding beams of light across the darkness
8 151.1 upon his youthful colaborer. upon his youthful co-laborer.
8 153.2 he was urged to repair to the castle he was urged to go to the castle
8 154.1 “He hath a devil.” “He has a demon.”
8 158.3 The second class consisted The second category consisted
8 158.3 In the third class of his books In the third group of his books
8 161.4 There was another class who did not There was another group who did not
8 162.1 had been brought to nought by the power of truth. had been brought to nothing by the power of truth.
8 167.2 Luther's reception was even more flattering than during his progress thither. Luther's reception was even more flattering than during his progress there.
8 168.1 for a long time knew not whither he had been conducted. for a long time knew not where he had been conducted.
8 169.2 The work of reform is often retarded because The work of reform is often impeded because
9 171.1 to become colaborers with the humble Man of Nazareth. to become co-laborers with the humble Man of Nazareth.
9 171.2 and awful sublimity, and awesome sublimity,
9 172.2 the designs of the friars. the plans of the friars.
9 173.1 resumed his studies, repairing, after a time, resumed his studies, going, after a time,
9 175.3 But another class received with gladness the tidings of redemption through Christ. But another group received with gladness the news of redemption through Christ.
9 179.2 Zwingli at Zurich was smitten down; Zwingli at Zurich was struck down;
9 182.1 suspecting the designs of the papists, suspecting the plans of the papists,
10 185.3 The tidings that he was safe, The news that he was safe,
10 187.1 Melanchthon and his colaborers. Melanchthon and his co-laborers.
10 187.2 and they knew not what course to pursue. and they did not know what course to pursue.
10 189.3 It was soon noised through Wittenberg It was soon spoken of through Wittenberg
10 192.2 a large class of the people, a large group of the people,
10 194.1 They carried it about with them, They carried it around with them,
11 198.3 supplied by his colaborers and the princes supplied by his co-laborers and the princes
11 200.1 and must be visited with the dungeon and must be punished with the dungeon
11 205.1 there were tokens, also, there were signs, also,
11 205.1 There appeard tokens of danger There appeared signs of danger
11 205.1 there were tokens, also, there were signs, also,
11 205.4 Thither the Protestant leaders were summoned. To that place the Protestant leaders were summoned.
11 210.3 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
12 211.1 the emperor was smitten with defeat. the emperor was struck with defeat.
12 217.1 these haughty monks, bade the Romanists these haughty monks, bid the Romanists
12 217.1 they looked about them for some way of escape. they looked around them for some way of escape.
12 218.1 He who liveth and was dead, and is alive for evermore, and hath the keys of death and of hell, He who lives and was dead, and is alive for evermore, and has the keys of death and of hell,
12 218.1 Himself in goodly raiment, Himself in fine raiment,
12 218.1 and no token of mourning and no sign of mourning
12 218.4 The tidings of his death The news of his death
12 219.1 Already tidings had been received Already news had been received
12 219.3 with a shudder, nothing doubting with a shudder, not doubting
12 222.2 heard by all classes in that great capital. heard by all groups of people in that great capital.
12 223.1 like Jerusalem of old, knew not the time like Jerusalem of old, did not know the time
12 224.1 found their way hither. found their way to that place.
12 226.2 after centuries wrought the very doom after centuries brought the very doom
12 226.2 brought about by infidels brought about by unbelievers
12 227.1 The papists looked about them The papists looked around them
12 228.1 each in its own peculiar dress. each in its own distinct dress.
12 229.2 arranged that the fagots should be lighted arranged that the [sticks] should be lighted
12 231.1 He repaired to Switzerland, He went to Switzerland,
12 231.2 Repairing to a secluded parish, Moving to a secluded parish,
12 233.2 must be wrought in the heart must be worked in the heart
12 235.2 who went about doing good. who went around doing good.
12 235.1 who went about doing good. who went around doing good.
13 238.2 but in the midst of fagots and torture but in the midst of burning and torture
13 239.1 In both Germany and the Netherlands a class of fanatics had risen, In both Germany and the Netherlands a group of fanatics had risen,
13 239.1 Among these classes Menno labored Among these groups Menno labored
13 239.2 from being confounded with from being confused with
13 241.2 and erelong he was enrolled and before long he was enrolled
13 241.3 he again repaired to his cloister. he again went to his cloister.
13 242.2 and erelong Denmark declared and before long Denmark declared
14 246.3 and Tyndale there prosecuted his work and Tyndale there performed his work
14 247.1 secretly conveyed to London and thence circulated secretly conveyed to London and from there circulated
14 249.2 Columba and his colaborers had never Columba and his co-laborers had never
14 253.1 a state of religious declension a state of religious degeneration
14 255.2 Wesley for a short time abode with the Moravians, Wesley for a short time stayed with the Moravians,
14 257.2 Had it come wholly from without, Had it come wholly from outside,
14 257.3 mutual forbearance and charity mutual forbearance and love
14 260.2 The spiritual declension The spiritual degeneration
15 269.4 plenty of infidels, there have been, plenty of unbelievers, there have been,
15 271.1 France had visited upon France had inflicted upon
15 271.3 laid waste with the sword, the ax, the fagot, laid waste with the sword, the ax, the stake,
15 273.1 and the rallying cry of the Frence infidels was, and the rallying cry of the French unbelievers was,
15 274.2 Infidel France had silenced Unbelieving France had silenced
15 275.1 “the high and lofty One that inhabits eternity,” “the High and Lofty One who inhabits eternity,”
15 276.4 The policy of Rome had wrought out those conditions, The policy of Rome had brought about those conditions,
15 279.2 moral declension succeeded moral degeneration succeeded
15 281.2 making them infidels and revolutionists. making them unbelievers and revolutionists.
15 282.1 The oppressed wrought out the lesson The oppressed worked out the lesson
15 285.2 The fatal error which wrought such woe The fatal error which worked such woe
15 285.3 Atheists, infidels, and apostates oppose Atheists, unbelievers, and apostates oppose
15 285.4 When Satan wrought through When Satan worked through
15 286.1 all were smitten down by all were struck down by
15 286.1 Though not visited at once with judgments, Though not met at once with judgments,
15 287.1 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
15 288.2 The infidel Voltaire The unbeliever Voltaire
15 288.2 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
16 289.2 But there was another class that did not so judge. But there was another group that did not so judge.
17 301.3 About His coming cluster the glories Around His coming cluster the glories
17 304.1 but presents tokens by which men but presents signs by which men
17 310.1 Who shall stand when He appeareth who is Who will stand when He appears who is
17 310.1 “It shall come to pass at that time,” saith the Lord, “It shall come to pass at that time,” says the Lord,
17 313.3 Angels were appointed to carry the glad tidings to those Angels were appointed to carry the glad news to those
17 314.1 But he can discern no tokens of expectancy. But he can discern no signs of expectancy.
17 314.2 with the shameful tidings, with the shameful news,
17 314.2 declaring the good tidings of great joy. declaring the good news of great joy.
17 315.3 Like the tidings of the Savior's birth, Like the news of the Savior's birth,
17 315.4 to catch the tidings of the Savior's advent, to catch the news of the Savior's advent,
17 315.4 manifested pride, formalism, vainglory, manifested pride, formalism, vanity,
17 316.1 knew not the time did not know the time
17 308.2 behold the tokens of their coming King. behold the signs of their coming King.
18 317.1 may be traced the straitened circumstances may be traced the difficult circumstances
18 319.3 But his infidel associates But his unbelieving associates
18 320.2 metaphors, parables, similitudes, etc., metaphors, parables, images, etc.,
18 322.2 they have hitherto been only heirs. they have until then been only heirs.
18 324.1 which God had revealed unto His servants. which God had revealed to His servants.
18 327.2 went forth with the good tidings of the kingdom, went forth with the good news of the kingdom,
18 328.1 to carry the glad tidings to carry the glad news
18 331.2 and deists and infidels were led and deists and unbelievers were led
18 331.3 infidels, deists, Universalists, unbelievers, deists, Universalists,
18 334.1 regarding this wonderful phenomenon, regarding this wondrous phenomenon,
18 334.2 concerning which Jesus bade His disciples: concerning which Jesus bid His disciples:
18 336.1 Their teaching made men infidels, Their teaching made men unbelievers,
18 336.2 in their efforts to heap contumely upon him and his work, in their efforts to heap contempt upon him and his work,
18 338.1 Doth he not speak parables?” Does he not speak parables?”
18 338.1 His judgments were visited His judgments were imposed
18 339.3 good tidings of great joy. good news of great joy.
18 341.2 the blessing is not for this class. the blessing is not for this group.
18 341.4 or as fagots for the fires of destruction. or as sticks for the fires of destruction.
18 333.1 as tokens of His second advent. as indications of His second advent.
18 333.1 extensive and wonderful display extensive and wondrous display
19 346.3 Saith the prophet: Says the prophet:
19 346.3 God hath spoken: God has spoken:
19 346.3 dark about these followers of Jesus. dark around these followers of Jesus.
19 348.2 "spake as never man spake," "spoke as never man spoke,"
19 349.2 What a change was wrought in the hearts What a change was made in the hearts
19 350.1 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
19 350.1 in blessing, bade them, in blessing, bid them
19 352.3 Both classes fulfilled Both groups fulfilled
20 360.1 in moving about in the air, in moving around in the air,
20 360.2 on the journey thither preaching on the journey there preaching
20 367.2 It was God’s will that the tidings It was God’s will that the news
20 367.2 When the Pharisees, sorely displeased, said unto Him, When the Pharisees, sorely displeased, said to Him,
20 367.2 As God wrought through children As God worked through children
20 367.2 so He wrought through them He worked through them
20 368.1 were sent the glad tidings of Christ's speedy return. were sent the glad news of Christ's speedy return.
20 369.1 both the wordlings and church members, both the wordly and church members,
20 369.1 bring forth fruit meet for repentance. bring forth fruit fit for repentance.
20 370.1 from many of all classes, from many of all groups of people,
20 371.1 Paul speaks of a class to whom Paul speaks of a group to whom
20 368.1 To William Miller and his colaborers To William Miller and his co-laborers
21 376.2 sudden and marked declension sudden and marked deterioration
21 380.1 to discern the tokens of Jesus' coming, to discern the signs of Jesus' coming,
21 386.1 of these baptized worldlings, of these baptized worldly people,
21 387.1 a familiar intercourse a familiar [interaction]
21 388.1 draws a dark picture of the spiritual declension draws a dark picture of the spiritual degeneration
21 389.2 and where the declension in the churches had been most rapid. and where the deterioration in the churches had been most rapid.
21 390.1 the difference between the two classes will widen, the difference between the two groups will widen,
22 393.2 heaven be likened unto ten virgins." heaven be likened to ten virgins."
22 394.1 By the tarrying of the bridegroom By the delay of the bridegroom
22 400.2 humiliation and returning unto the Lord humiliation and returning to the Lord
22 403.3 A large class who had professed A large group who had professed
22 404.2 But a few days had passed ere they witnessed But a few days had passed before they witnessed
22 407.1 His Spirit still abode with those His Spirit still remained with those
23 413.1 in the words of Paul already quoted: in the words of Paul in Hebrews 9:1:
23 413.2 built by Moses; this is pitched by the Lord, built by Moses; this one is pitched by the Lord,
23 413.2 their service; in this, Christ, their service; in this one, Christ,
23 414.2 where thousand thousands minister unto Him, where thousand thousands minister to Him,
23 415.2 renews His intercourse with the fallen race; renews His interaction with the fallen race;
23 420.2 Such was the service performed “unto the example and shadow of heavenly things.” Such was the service performed to “the copy and shadow of the heavenly things.”
24 426.2 one class who looked with joy one group who looked with joy
24 426.2 another class that, another group that,
24 426.2 The two classes represented The two groups of people represented
24 430.3 to gather about the sanctuary to gather around the sanctuary
24 431.3 Another class firmly held Another group firmly held
25 437.1 brings to view a class that, brings to view a group that,
25 437.2 an atheist, or an infidel. an atheist, or an unbeliever.
25 438.1 points to another class, points to another group,
25 444.1 a state of religious declension similar to a state of religious degeneration similar to
25 449.1 Rome has chosen a token of her supremacy, Rome has chosen a sign of her supremacy,
26 452.1 ... gathered to him.' " Verse 8. ... gathered to him' " (verse 8).
26 452.1 the message of glad tidings. the message of glad news.
26 452.3 Here is brought to view a class who think Here is brought to view a group who think
26 454.2 from the worlding's standpoint. from the standpoint of the worldly.
26 457.2 the Lord would have wrought mightily with their efforts. the Lord would have worked mightily with their efforts.
26 460.3 Thus saith the Lord: Thus says the Lord:
26 453.1 He proclaimed His law in awful grandeur He proclaimed His law in awesome grandeur
27 461.2 These souls brought forth fruit meet for repentance. These souls brought forth fruit fit for repentance.
27 461.2 sought not theoutward adorning with braiding of hair, sought not the outward adorning, “arranging the hair,
27 462.2 give again that he had robbed, give back what he had robbed,
27 463.3 Religion has become the sport of infidels and skeptics Religion has become the sport of unbelievers and skeptics
27 464.1 Notwithstanding the widespread declension of faith and piety, Notwithstanding the widespread decline of faith and piety,
27 468.1 he has passed from death unto life, from sin unto holiness, he has passed from death to life, from sin to holiness,
27 470.2 they have had a view of the awful majesty of holiness, they have had a view of the awesome majesty of holiness,
27 472.1 but what saith the word of God? but what says the word of God?
27 472.3 the true character of that class who claim the true character of that group who claim
27 474.3 and force all about them and force all around them
27 475.1 and Christians would set an example of temperance, self-denial, and self-sacrifice. and Christians would set an example of self-control, self-denial, and self-sacrifice.
27 478.2 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
28 480.3 Jesus bade His disciples: Jesus bid His disciples:
28 487.2 to make men wise unto salvation? to make men wise to salvation?
28 490.1 In the awful presence of God In the awesome presence of God
29 492.1 a disposition to doubt and cavil a disposition to doubt and quibble
29 492.2 God was in no wise responsible God was in no way responsible
29 493.1 By Christ the Father wrought in By Christ the Father worked in
29 495.3 Lucifer himself did not at first see whither he was drifting; Lucifer himself did not at first see where he was drifting;
29 496.1 accusing the Son of God of a design to humiliate him accusing the Son of God of a plan to humiliate him
29 496.1 to serve his traitorous designs. to serve his traitorous plans.
29 497.2 Heretofore it had had no place in the universe of God, Until then it had had no place in the universe of God,
29 500.4 which Lucifer had chosen was in no wise chargeable which Lucifer had chosen was in no way chargeable
29 501.3 there was given unto Him a name there was given to Him a name
30 506.2 in the soul creates conflict where hitherto had been peace. in the soul creates conflict where previously there had been peace.
31 513.2 and of their malicious designs against and of their malicious plans against
31 515.2 a youth who had a dumb spirit, a youth who had a mute spirit,
31 517.2 God has stationed about His people. God has stationed around His people.
31 516.1 Of this class were those Of this group were those
32 519.2 a class professing godliness, a group of people professing godliness,
32 520.3 the prevailing custom of wresting the Scriptures the prevailing custom of twisting the Scriptures
32 523.2 speaking of a class who speaking of a group of people who
32 524.2 a large class who profess to believe the Bible; a large group who profess to believe the Bible;
32 524.2 the most unwarranted wresting of the Scriptures. the most unwarranted twisting of the Scriptures.
32 525.2 Were not miracles wrought by Christ and His apostles? Were not miracles worked by Christ and His apostles?
32 525.3 fanciful ideas that are obtaining among the churches of Christendom. fanciful ideas that are prevailing among the churches of Christendom.
32 525.3 until they become actual infidels. until they become actual unbelievers.
32 526.1 presented from the sacred desk, merely presented from the sacred pulpit, merely
32 526.1 Not a few become infidels in order Not a few become unbelievers in order
32 526.1 There is a large class by whom There is a large group of people by whom
32 527.3 permit themselves to question and cavil, permit themselves to question and quibble,
32 528.1 Instead of questioning and caviling concerning Instead of questioning and quibbling concerning
32 529.2 and again Balaam assayed to secure a curse. and again Balaam tried to secure a curse.
33 532.2 Then indeed there was great good Then indeed there would have been great good
33 532.2 and Satan was proved to be and Satan would have proved to be
33 532.2 man should return to the ground whence he was taken: man should return to the ground from where he was taken:
33 534.1 Satan bade his angels Satan bid his angels
33 534.2 in the ruin he has wrought. in the ruin he has brought.
33 536.2 yes, millions, of skeptics and infidels. yes, millions, of skeptics and unbelievers.
33 536.3 proclaimed it from the sacred desk is indeed a mystery. proclaimed it from the sacred pulpit is indeed a mystery.
33 537.1 A large class to whom A large group to whom
33 540.3 the sinner is treasuring up unto himself the sinner is treasuring up for himself
33 541.4 upon whom His judgments are visited. upon whom His judgments are imposed.
33 544.2 between the two classes that are brought forth. between the two groups of people that are brought forth.
33 537.2 in universal salvation wrest the Scriptures in universal salvation twist the Scriptures
34 551.2 hovering about their friends on earth. hovering around their friends on earth.
34 553.2 the wonders wrought by Satan and his agents. the wonders worked by Satan and his agents.
34 556.2 there was a class of people who claimed, there was a group of people who claimed,
34 556.2 The claim that men can hold intercourse with evil spirits The claim that men can hold interaction with evil spirits
34 559.1 while Satan weaves his snares about them, while Satan weaves his snares around them,
34 560.3 In the class here described In the group here described
34 561.1 and the retribution to be visited upon the rejecters of the truth. and the retribution to be imposed upon the rejecters of the truth.
34 561.2 the full accomplishment of his designs; the full accomplishment of his plans;
35 572.1 A large class, even of those A large group, even of those
35 572.3 God designed that man's intellectual powers God intended that man's intellectual powers
35 576.1 the pontifical palace at Rome was the source whence it proceeded. the pontifical palace at Rome was the source from where it proceeded.
35 576.1 and cast about him and cast around him
35 579.1 The assertion that God’s judgments are visited upon men the assertion that God’s judgments are imposed upon men
36 582.3 and learning to cavil at the Scriptures and learning to quibble about the Scriptures
36 583.1 idolatry exists in the Christian world today as verily as it existed idolatry exists in the Christian world today as truly as it existed
36 585.2 to inquire what can be done to stay the tide of evil. to inquire what can be done to stem the tide of evil.
36 586.2 to further his designs. to further his plans.
36 587.1 Yet this very class put forth Yet this very group put forth
36 588.2 miracles will be wrought, miracles will be worked,
36 588.3 and the worldlings will alike accept and the worldly will alike accept
36 589.2 to further his own designs, to further his own plans,
36 590.1 The class that have provoked The group that have provoked
37 594.2 are turned unto fables. are turned to fables.
37 599.3 or prevent us from wresting truths or prevent us from twisting truths
37 600.2 to all classes. to all groups of people.
37 600.2 and to do despite to the Spirit of grace and to show contempt to the Spirit of grace
38 603.2 until they are entrenched in an infidel hardihood. until they are entrenched in an unbelieving hardihood.
38 604.2 All who refuse compliance will be visited with civil penalties, All who refuse compliance will be subjected to civil penalties,
38 605.2 and those who serve Him not. and those who do not serve Him.
38 605.2 While one class, by accepting While one group, by accepting
38 605.3 Heretofore those who presented the truths Up to this time those who presented the truths
38 608.2 a large class who have professed faith a large group who have professed faith
38 608.3 but His who bade them but His who bid them
38 612.2 and the honest children of God sever the bands which have held them. and the honest children of God sever the bonds which have held them.
38 612.2 are powerless to stay them now. are powerless to stop them now.
39 615.1 and people knew it not. and people did not know it.
39 616.2 he was filled with terror by the tidings he was filled with terror by the news
39 619.2 But while they plead with God to stay the work of rebellion, But while they plead with God to stem the work of rebellion,
39 626.2 when judgments were visited upon when judgments were imposed upon
39 630.2 stationed about those who stationed around those who
39 630.2 the tares will be bound as fagots for the fires of destruction. the tares will be bound as bundles of sticks for the fires of destruction.
39 631.1 stationed about every faithful soul. stationed around every faithful soul.
39 632.1 would have greatly retarded the work of God would have greatly impeded the work of God
39 625.1 the very class upon whom the very group upon whom
40 635.2 Saith the Lord; Says the Lord:
40 635.3 The angry multitudes are suddenly arrested. The angry multitudes are suddenly halted.
40 636.2 with solemn joy the tokens of their deliverance. with solemn joy the signs of their deliverance.
40 636.2 whence comes the voice of God from where comes the voice of God
40 640.1 Depart, thou wicked servant. Depart, you wicked servant.
40 643.2 jeered at His royal title and bade the mocking soldiers jeered at His royal title and bid the mocking soldiers
40 644.2 "Awake, awake, awake, ye that sleep in the dust. "Awake, awake, awake, you that sleep in the dust.
40 644.3 fashion them like unto His glorious body. fashion them like His glorious body.
40 645.3 a hollow square about their King, a hollow square around their King,
40 646.1 the home of Adam in his innocency. the home of Adam in his innocence.
40 648.1 He looks about him He looks around him
40 647.1 As they gather about the great white throne, As they gather around the great white throne,
41 654.3 The world see the very class whom The world see the very group whom
41 654.3 as he stood in the desk, as he stood in the pulpit,
41 660.4 kings and priests unto God. kings and priests to God.
42 662.3 the Mount of Olives, whence, the Mount of Olives, where,
42 664.3 leads the van, and his angels leads the vanguard, and his angels
42 665.3 Salvation to our God and unto the Lamb. Salvation to our God and to the Lamb.
42 667.3 and in whose extremest anguish and in whose extremist anguish
42 668.1 from which they would fain be excused. from which they would happily be excused.
42 668.1 He will in no wise clear the guilty. He will in no way clear the guilty.
42 668.4 the multitudes without the city, the multitudes outside the city,
42 669.1 He who was once a covering cherub remembers whence he has fallen. He who was once a covering cherub remembers from where he has fallen.
42 671.1 that He might bring many sons unto glory-- that He might bring many sons to glory--
42 671.1 the white-robed ones about the throne: the white-robed ones around the throne:
42 673.1 The full penalty of the law has been visited; The full penalty of the law has been imposed;
42 673.2 For six thousand years he has wrought his will, For six thousand years he has worked his will,
42 673.3 the righteous abode safely in the Holy City. the righteous remained safely in the Holy City.
42 674.2 And the tokens of His humiliation And the signs of His humiliation
42 676.2 Saith the Lord: Says the Lord:
42 677.3 songs of gladness at the tidings of a ransomed soul. songs of gladness at the news of a ransomed soul.

Light and life collection

Steps to Christ

Ch. Pg. Original Revised
1 9.3 that sin has wrought that sin has brought
1 11.2 He went about doing good He went around doing good
1 12.1 They had rejected Him, the Saviour They had rejected Him, the Savior
1 12.2 the tender, pitying Saviour, was God the tender, pitying Savior, was God
2 18.2 The Saviour said, The Savior said,
2 19.2 longing of his soul—a Saviour longing of his soul—a Savior
2 21.2 The Saviour's life and death The Savior’s life and death
3 24.1 the plagues were stayed the plagues were stopped
3 25.3 given gifts unto men given gifts to men
3 26.1 feel the need of a Saviour feel the need of a Savior
3 26.1 between the sinner and the Saviour? between the sinner and the Savior?
3 26.2 Prince and a Saviour Prince and Savior
3 26.4 as the Saviour dying as the Savior dying
3 28.1 our Saviour is constantly at work our Savior is constantly at work
3 28.2 In the Saviour's life In the Savior’s life
3 28.2 our Saviour falls upon us our Savior falls upon us
3 29.2 sent unto him sent to him
3 33.1 creation groaneth creation groans
3 33.1 travaileth together in pain travails together in pain
3 33.3 after doing despite to the Spirit after showing contempt to the Spirit
3 34.1 manifests an infidel hardihood manifests an unbelieving hardihood
4 40.2 his eyes unto heaven his eyes to heaven
5 43.2 can never be wrought in us can never be worked in us
5 44.1 Hence the Saviour says Hence the Savior says
5 44.1 these slavish bands must be broken these slavish bonds must be broken
5 45.1 to do despite to all His love to show contempt for all His love
6 50.1 Yet Jesus bade him Yet Jesus bid him
6 50.1 Lord, if Thou wilt make me whole Lord, if You will make me whole
6 50.1 Thy Your
6 53.2 father Father
7 59.1 from death unto life from death to life
7 59.1 that he had robbed what he had robbed
7 59.3 in our Saviour's life in our Savior’s life
7 62.2 Him as your Saviour Him as your Savior
7 63.1 wrought by His Spirit brought by His Spirit
7 64.1 who also maketh intercession who also makes intercession
7 64.1 He that hath begun He that has begun
7 65.2 loveliness of our Saviour loveliness of our Savior
8 69.1 efforts to live aright efforts to live right
8 70.1 as wholly Thine as wholly Yours
8 70.1 my plans at Thy feet my plans at Your feet
8 70.1 today in Thy service today in Your service
8 70.1 be wrought in Thee be wrought in You
8 72.1 Looking unto Jesus Looking to Jesus
8 73.1 Christ wrought a transformation Christ worked a transformation
8 75.1 gathered about Him gathered around Him
8 75.2 The Saviour has said The Savior has said
9 77.2 Our Saviour's joy Our Savior’s joy
9 77.2 dear unto Himself dear to Himself
9 78.1 The Saviour's life The Savior’s life
9 78.2 found the Saviour found the Savior
9 80.1 as Christ designs as Christ intends
9 81.1 fulfill the Saviour's commission fulfill the Savior’s commission
9 81.1 makes us debtors to all who know Him not makes us debtors to all who do not know Him
9 81.4 part of our Saviour's life part of our Savior’s life
10 85.2 Our Saviour bound up Our Savior bound up
10 85.4 about the scanty board around the scanty board
10 87.1 of hill and vale of hill and valley
10 87.3 the work they wrought the work they did
10 88.3 come unto God come to God
10 89.1 perfections of the Saviour perfections of the Savior
10 90.3 for hid treasure for hidden treasure
10 91.1 the Saviour exclaimed the Savior exclaimed
10 91.2 glorifies the Saviour glorifies the Savior
11 95.2 sought unto to do sought after to do
11 96.2 "Ask, and it shall be given you Ask, and it will be given to you
11 98.2 seeth in secret sees in secret
11 101.1 wherewith to wor with which to work
11 101.2 God designed he should God intended he should
11 103.1 the Lord bade Israe the Lord bid Israel
11 103.3 gather about the cross gather around the cross
12 109.2 And the Saviour's promise And the Savior’s promise
12 111.1 wise unto salvation wise to salvation
12 112.1 a divine Saviour a divine Savior
12 112.2 Saviour Jesus Christ Savior Jesus Christ
13 119.2 Him who liveth Him who lives
13 120.3 Our Saviour was indeed a Man Our Savior was indeed a Man
13 120.4 Our Saviour was deeply serious Our Savior was deeply serious
13 120.4 not to be ministered unto not to be ministered to
13 121.2 Saviour ready to hear Savior ready to hear
13 123.1 The Saviour asks The Savior asks

Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing

Ch. Pg. Original Revised
1 1.3 When the Saviour began When the Savior began
1 1.3 not as a Saviour from sin not as a Savior from sin
1 1.3 that taketh away the sin that takes away the sin
1 1.3 prophecy of the suffering Saviour prophecy of the suffering Savior
1 2.1 temple unto the Lord temple to the Lord
1 4.1 He repaired with them He proceeded with them
1 4.4 had pressed about their Master had pressed around their Master
2 6.2 at the Saviour's feet at the Savior’s feet
2 8.2 looking unto Jesus looking to Jesus
2 8.2 our compassionate Saviour our compassionate Savior
2 8.2 will throw about you will throw around you
2 10.2 The Saviour's words The Savior’s words
2 10.3 the similitude of a palace the likeness of a palace
2 11.2 Mount Olivet Mount of Olives
2 11.2 conscience-smitten conscience-struck
2 11.2 His abode His dwelling place
2 12.2 The blessed Saviour The blessed Savior
2 12.3 with loving-kindness compassed us about with loving-kindness encompassed us
2 12.3 keep the heart stayed upon Him keep the heart firm upon Him
2 15.1 at the feet of our Saviour at the feet of our Savior
2 15.2 which passeth all which passes all
2 15.2 The Saviour's life on earth The Savior’s life on earth
2 16.3 make the inmates happy make the family members happy
2 19.3 our Saviour's character our Savior’s character
2 19.4 Christ has wrought upon Christ has brought upon
2 19.4 unto (word was deleted)
2 20.1 unto (word was deleted)
2 20.3 to those who love Him not to those who do not love Him
2 20.4 that in Christ should that in Christ (word Should was removed)
2 24.1 compassionate Saviour compassionate Saviour
2 29.1 because the world knows them not because the world does not know them
2 30.2 in their steadfast faith a mightier One than Satan in their steadfast faith One mightier than Satan.
2 31.2 The Saviour says The Saviour says
2 32.2 whose heart is stayed upon God whose heart remains firm upon God
2 33.1 the world knew him not the world did not know him
2 35.3 grace that bringeth salvation grace that brings salvation
2 35.3 of the peculiar privileges of the distinct privileges
2 37.1 as a personal Saviour as a personal Savior
2 38.2 nature about them nature around them
2 38.2 The Saviour looked The Savior looked
2 39.2 Jesus, the Saviour Jesus, the Saviour
2 40.2 our Saviour our Savior
2 40.2 source of illumination, forget not source of illumination, do not forget
2 42.2 The Saviour's words The Savior’s words
2 42.2 But the Saviour But the Saviour
2 42.3 so God designs so God intends
2 43.2 the wonderful plan the wondrous plan
2 43.2 the Saviour's glory the Saviour's glory
3 46.1 those wonderful words those wondrous words
3 46.4 The Saviour's divine love The Savior’s divine love
3 46.4 was set at nought was set at nought
3 47.1 whispered about whispered around
3 47.1 The Saviour said nothing The Savior said nothing
3 50.1 Christ as our Saviour Christ as our Savior
3 54.2 unto the righteousness of God to the righteousness of God
3 55.3 The Saviour's words The Savior’s words
3 56.2 will be unto death will be to death
3 56.3 in those about us in those around us
3 58.2 Christ the offerer Christ the offerer
3 58.3 has aught against us has anything against us
3 59.4 their gay paramours their playful paramours
3 62.2 God does not design God does not plan
3 62.3 So the Captain So the Commander
3 63.1 to put away his wife to divorce his wife
3 64.2 Saviour of the mystical body Savior of the mystical body
3 65.1 God designed it God planned it
3 66.2 All things come of God All things come from God
3 66.4 Our Saviour did not Our Savior did not
3 66.4 said unto Him said to Him
3 71.1 our Saviour left our Savior lef
3 71.2 upon the Saviour upon the Savior
3 72.1 Jesus bade His disciples Jesus bid His disciples
3 72.2 the Saviour's words the Savior’s words
3 73.3 The Saviour's lesson The Savior’s lesson
3 75.2 for nothing again for nothing in return
3 76.2 unto (word was deleted)
3 76.3 that passeth knowledge that passes knowledge
4 79.2 as the Saviour showed as the Savior showed
4 80.3 had wrought in them had worked in them
4 80.5 they have wrought they have worked
4 83.2 they have wrought they have worked
4 84.4 who came unto Him who came to Him
4 85.1 looking unto Jesus looking to Jesus
4 85.1 of our intercourse of our interaction
4 85.3 praise unto His name praise to His name
4 85.3 Saviour will be revealed Savior will be revealed
4 88.2 compassionate Saviour compassionate Savior
4 91.2 the Saviour's words the Savior’s words
4 93.2 the worldling steps the worldly steps
4 98.1 entwined about Him entwined around Him
4 98.3 nations about them nations around them
4 99.2 as unto the Lord as to the Lord
4 101.2 He careth for us He cares for us
5 102.1 by our Saviour by our Savior
5 102.1 The Saviour's face The Savior’s face
5 103.2 The Saviour does not The Savior does not
5 103.4 the Saviour's heart the Savior’s heart
5 104.1 that wonderful truth that wondrous truth
5 104.1 Thou “hast loved them You “have loved them
5 104.3 unto (word was deleted)
5 104.3 a personal Saviour a personal Saviour
5 105.2 in every abode in every home
5 107.4 bade them pray instructed them to pray
5 108.2 our Saviour will come our Savior will come
5 108.3 the good tidings the good news
5 108.3 grace have been grace has been
5 109.1 attain unto no higher attain to no higher
5 110.3 that walketh righteously that walks righteously
5 112.2 soul unto life soul to life
5 112.2 Our Saviour is Our Savior is
5 113.2 us unto Him us to Him
5 115.1 respect unto our prayers respect for our prayers
5 115.1 gift unto us gift to us
5 116.3 draw unto Himself draw to Himself
5 120.1 The Saviour beheld The Savior beheld
5 120.1 belong unto Him belong to Him
5 120.1 unto the Lord to the Lord
5 120.1 ruleth over all rules over all
5 120.2 kingdom ruleth over all kingdom rules over all
5 121.1 of His designs of His plans
5 121.1 sitteth between sits between
5 121.1 He who ruleth He who rules
5 121.1 is our Saviour is our Savior
6 125.2 as a beam as a plank
6 125.2 proportion to a mote proportion to a speck
6 125.2 the Saviour's love the Savior’s love
6 125.2 that our Saviour that our Savior
6 126.1 a wonderful keenness a wondrous keenness
6 127.1 men unto Him men to Him
6 127.2 must be wrought must be brought
6 127.3 been wrought in you been made in you
6 128.2 the Saviour there the Savior there
6 129.2 the Saviour never passed the Savior never passed
6 129.2 the Saviour's tomb the Savior’s tomb
6 131.2 For Thou, O Lord For You, O Lord
6 131.2 hast said have said
6 132.1 If ye, then If you, then
6 132.1 what wonderful tenderness what wondrous tenderness
6 135.1 of our Saviour of our Savior
6 135.3 gifts unto him gifts to him
6 138.1 was left without was left outside
6 138.4 the entrance strait the entrance difficult
6 140.1 God cares nought for me God does not care for me
6 140.3 their soul loveth thier soul loves
6 142.1 forced into co-operation forced into cooperation
6 143.1 the strait gate the difficult gate
6 143.1 and the Saviour and the Savior
6 143.2 in co-operation with Him in cooperation with Him
6 143.2 unto (word was deleted)
6 144.1 the Saviour's breast the Savior’s breast
6 145.1 the strait gate the difficult gate
6 147.2 about the Saviour around the Savior
6 147.2 about the Saviour around the Savior
6 147.2 about the Sea of Galilee around the Sea of Galilee
6 149.1 the goodly land the plentiful land
6 150.1 will be builded will be built
6 150.1 similitude of the character likeness of the character
6 150.4 erected on other foundation erected on another foundation

Christ’s Object Lessons

Ch. Pg. Original Revised
1 20.2 wise unto salvation wise to salvation
1 21.1 the Saviour’s teaching the Savior’s teaching
1 21.2 Saviour could feel the Savior could
1 22.1 gathered about Him gathered around Him
1 22.1 The Saviour understood The Savior understood
1 22.2 In the Saviour's parable In the Savior’s parable
1 22.2 co-operating theories around God
1 23.2 by co-operating with Him by cooperating with Him
1 25.1 the Saviour's parables the Savior’s parables
2 34.1 pressed close about Christ pressed close around Christ
2 36.1 the husbandmen went forth the farmers went forth
2 37.1 The sower soweth the word The sower sows the word
2 38.2 after the similitude after the image
2 40.1 soul unto everlasting life soul to everlasting life
2 41.1 study of infidel authors study of unbelieving authors
2 46.1 educated to be infidels educated to be unbelievers
2 48.2 the divine similitude the divine image
2 54.3 intercourse with pleasure lovers interaction with pleasure lovers
2 58.2 He has an honest heart He has a noble heart
2 60.4 we can not see we cannot see
3 63.3 we can not impart we cannot impart
3 65.1 the husbandman tills the farmer tills
3 66.1 He will come unto us He will come to us
3 66.1 our personal Saviour our personal Savior
3 67.1 The object of the husbandman The object of the farmer
3 67.2 live unto himself live to himself
3 67.3 a personal Saviour a personal Savior
3 68.1 unto eternal life to eternal life
4 70.2 the garner of God the harvest of God
4 72.1 the Saviour's words the Savior’s words
4 74.4 ye shall you shall
4 75.1 The Saviour does not The Savior does not
5 76.2 serve for a similitude serve for a likeness
5 79.3 reach a signal reach a notable
6 83.3 beauty peculiarly its own beauty distinctly its own
6 84.1 after the similitude after the image
6 86.3 The husbandman preserves The farmer preserves
7 95.1 gathered about Christ gathered around Christ
7 95.1 the Saviour replied the Savior replied
7 95.3 the Saviour's parable the Savior’s parable
7 96.2 wholly from without wholly from outside
7 96.2 can be wrought can be made
7 99.1 life of the worldling life of the worldly
7 102.3 the divine similitude the divine likeness
8 106.4 The Saviour saw The Savior saw
9 115.1 love our Saviour love our Savior
9 115.1 goodly pearls fine pearls
9 116.3 The Saviour's voice The Savior’s voice
9 118.2 seeking goodly pearls seeking fine pearls
9 118.2 seeking goodly pearls seeking fine pearls
9 118.3 the goodly pearl the fine pearl
9 118.3 the risen Saviour the risen Savior
9 120.1 the glad tidings the glad news
9 120.1 a risen Saviour a risen Savior
9 120.1 the divine similitude the divine image
9 121.1 His fulness His fullness
11 124.1 They said unto Him They said to Him
11 126.3 Our Saviour Our Savior
11 127.1 the Saviour the Savior
12 140.5 came to him for entertainment came to him for lodging
12 141.1 come unto Him come to Him
12 141.3 The Saviour continues The Saviour continues
12 145.1 will co-operate with Him will cooperate with Him
12 146.2 Watch unto prayer. Be watchful in prayer.
12 146.2 Watch, and co-operate Watch, and cooperate
12 146.5 come unto Him come to Him
12 147.2 Thou hast said You have said
12 147.2 present Thy promise present Your promise
12 148.1 The rainbow round about The rainbow around
12 148.1 His word unto us His word to us
12 148.2 Christ, our Saviour Christ, our Savior
12 149.3 show them unto you show them to you
12 149.3 who ever liveth who ever lives
13 154.3 than had heretofore been than had previously been
13 154.3 Christ bade him Christ bid him
13 154.3 the Saviour had laid down the Savior had laid down
13 155.1 accept the Saviour accept the Savior
13 155.3 watching unto prayer watchful in prayer
13 155.4 the sin-pardoning Saviour the sin-pardoning Savior
13 156.2 the Captain of our salvation the Commander of our salvation
13 159.3 It is Thy property It is Your property
13 159.3 keep it for Thee keep it for You
13 159.3 current of Thy love current of Your love
13 162.1 exclude the Saviour exclude the Savior
13 162.3 the Lord saith unto His servants the Lord says to His servants
14 165.2 nigh unto the Father nigh to the Father
14 168.2 children cry unto Him children cry to Him
14 174.3 from Satan's power without from Satan’s power on the outside
14 175.2 The Saviour manifested The Savior manifested
14 175.2 the Syrophenician woman the Syro-Phoenician woman
15 185.1 gathered about Christ gathered around Christ
15 185.2 He go about so He go around so
15 186.1 flock about Jesus flock around Jesus
15 186.2 They knew not They did not know
15 186.4 the company about Jesus the company around Jesus
15 188.2 the briers of sin the briars of sin
15 189.2 saying unto them saying to them
15 195.2 strangers to the Saviour strangers to the Savior
15 196.2 And God designs And God intends
15 196.3 the sin-pardoning Saviour the sin-pardoning Savior
15 196.4 the Saviour uplifted the Savior uplifted
15 197.2 are ready to co-operate are ready to cooperate
16 200.1 Of the gay companions Of the playful companions
16 200.1 flocked about him flocked around him
16 201.1 which satisfieth not which satisfies not
16 203.1 the gay, thoughtless youth the high-spirited, thoughtless youth
16 203.1 he knows not he does not know
16 207.2 the Saviour's parable the Savior’s parable
16 211.2 in the darkness without in the darkness outside
17 213.2 the Saviour said the Savior said
17 214.2 the Saviour had come the Savior had come
17 215.2 that God designed that God planned
17 215.2 and wrought ruin and brought ruin
17 216.3 of doom erelong of doom before long
17 217.2 The pitying Saviour The pitying Savior
17 217.2 I shall dig about it I shall dig around it
17 218.1 the risen Saviour the risen Savior
18 219.1 The Saviour was a guest The Savior was a guest
18 219.1 Gentiles stood without Gentiles stood outside
18 222.3 of the Saviour of the Savior
18 223.2 whithersoever He goeth wherever He goes
18 223.2 whithersoever He goeth wherever He goes
18 223.2 the family board the family table
18 225.1 the Saviour's call the Savior’s call
18 226.3 the good tidings the good news
18 232.1 as the worldling speaks as the worldly speaks
18 232.4 the tidings of salvation the news of salvation
18 232.5 which satisfieth not which satisfies not
18 233.3 the uplifted Saviour the uplifted Savior
18 234.2 those about them those around them
18 235.2 The Saviour says The Savior says
18 236.1 may be wrought may be made
18 236.1 wrought in generations made in generations
18 236.1 an uplifted Saviour an uplifted Savior
18 236.1 agents who co-operate agents who cooperate
18 237.1 Him that speaketh Him who speaks
18 237.2 working in co-operation working in cooperation
18 237.2 bear the tidings bear the news
19 247.2 lessens in no wise lessens in no way
19 249.1 the Saviour has plainly told us the Savior has plainly told us
19 250.1 the Saviour effected our redemption the Savior effected our redemption
19 251.4 Wherefore Christ says Therefore Christ says
20 252.1 had gathered about Him had gathered around Him
20 253.3 The Saviour's mission The Savior’s mission
20 259.2 Wherefore He says Therefore He says
21 263.2 The Saviour knew The Savior knew
21 263.4 Verily I say unto thee today Assuredly, I say to you, today
21 263.4 thou shalt be with Me you will be with Me
21 265.1 the Saviour's divinity the Savior’s divinity
21 270.2 they are not infidels they are not unbelievers
21 271.1 the divine similitude the divine image
22 277.2 Ye cannot enter You cannot enter
22 280.2 They do not co-operate They do not cooperate
22 280.2 refuse to co-operate refuse to cooperate
22 280.2 would not co-operate would not cooperate
23 285.1 The husbandman chooses The vinedresser chooses
23 286.2 and bade him and bid him
23 286.4 He wrought in behalf of His people He worked in behalf of His people
23 286.4 He brought them unto Himself brought them to Himself
23 290.1 drawn unto Him drawn to Him
23 290.1 look unto Him look to Him
23 292.1 The husbandmen The vinedressers
23 292.1 These husbandmen sought These vinedressers sought
23 292.2 Thus saith the Lord Thus says the Lord
23 293.1 claim upon the husbandmen claim upon the vinedressers
23 293.1 The husbandmen persecuted The vinedressers persecuted
23 293.1 the husbandmen showed the vinedressers showed
23 295.1 They saw in the husbandmen They saw in the vinedressers
23 295.3 and thenceforth their lives and from that time forth their lives
23 295.3 wrought their ruin brought their ruin
23 299.2 the soon coming of our Saviour the soon coming of our Savior
23 300.3 unto the uttermost parts to the uttermost parts
23 300.4 we are to co-operate we are to cooperate
23 300.4 ordained unto the life of Christ ordained to the life of Christ
23 301.2 a personal Saviour a personal Savior
23 305.2 the husbandmen of the Lord's the vinedressers of the Lord’s
23 305.3 men know not what men do not know what
23 305.4 the same fulness of blessing the same fullness of blessing
24 307.2 despitefully using them spitefully using them
24 307.3 who had done despite to the king who had shown contempt to the king
24 308.2 God's peculiar people God’s distinct people
24 310.3 as their personal Saviour as their personal Savior
24 311.4 His humanity wrought out His humanity worked out
24 312.3 our personal Saviour our personal Savior
24 315.3 a separate and peculiar people a separate and distinct people
24 317.2 assurance of a Saviour assurance of a Savior
24 317.2 a Saviour who has been crucified a Savior who has been crucified
25 326.4 work in co-operation work in cooperation
25 330.2 tendencies to wrong-doing tendencies to wrongdoing
25 330.2 a personal Saviour a personal Savior
25 330.3 endure unto eternal life endure to eternal life
25 331.4 its meshes about any human its meshes around any human
25 333.1 man co-operates with the will of God man cooperates with the will of God
25 333.2 He designs He intends
25 333.2 than the worldling than the worldly
25 336.1 God does not design God does not intend
25 336.4 all our intercourse with one another all our interaction with one another
25 338.1 of the Saviour's love of the Savior’s love
25 339.1 others of the Saviour others of the Savior
25 339.1 the sin-pardoning Saviour the sin-pardoning Savior
25 339.4 we know not whither we know not where
25 340.2 we co-operate with Him we cooperate with Him
25 340.2 we can co-operate with Him we can cooperate with Him
25 349.3 There must be co-operation There must be cooperation
25 350.1 alone this co-operation is possible alone this cooperation is possible
25 350.5 the grass that groweth up the grass that grows up
25 350.5 the grass that fadeth the grass that fades
25 352.4 the poor niggard the poor miser
25 352.4 Ye knew your Master's will You knew your Master’s will
25 354.1 it is wonderful it is wondrous
25 354.3 the privilege of co-operation the privilege of co-operation
25 355.1 Looking unto Jesus Looking to Jesus
25 356.3 the Lord co-operated the Lord cooperated
25 358.1 is to co-operate with Christ is to cooperate with Christ
25 360.2 looking unto Jesus looking to Jesus
25 360.5 Had not the Saviour Had not the Savior
25 361.3 He has wrought He has worked
25 362.2 and visit them with judgments and inflict them with judgments
25 363.1 We are to co-operate We are to cooperate
26 368.1 The Saviour had been censured The Savior had been censured
26 369.1 And the Saviour was speaking And the Savior was speaking
26 374.3 will be the Saviour's words will be the Savior’s words
27 377.1 As the Saviour was teaching As the Savior was teaching
27 377.1 But the Saviour entered But the Savior entered
27 377.3 The Saviour's commendation The Savior’s commendation
27 378.2 The Saviour's words The Savior’s words
27 380.1 no opportunity to cavil no opportunity to quibble
27 381.1 Our Saviour manifested Our Savior manifested
27 383.1 not in co-operation not in cooperation
27 384.1 and wrought out in good works and worked out in good works
27 384.3 go about doing good go around doing good
27 387.1 lost the similitude of God lost the likeness of God
27 387.3 Thy brother, sick in spirit Your brother, sick in spirit
27 387.3 needs thee needs you
27 387.3 as thou thyself hast needed a brother's love as you yourself have needed a brother's love
27 388.1 with a living Saviour with a living Savior
27 388.2 you have the co-operation you have the cooperation
27 389.1 By co-operating with heavenly beings By cooperating with heavenly beings
28 390.1 and the Saviour sought and the Savior sought
28 390.3 The Saviour said The Savior said
28 392.2 won the Saviour's heart won the Savior’s heart
28 393.1 At the Saviour's call At the Savior’s call
28 393.2 drawn toward the Saviour drawn toward the Savior
28 393.2 accept the Saviour's principle accept the Savior’s principle
28 394.1 light of the Saviour's words light of the Savior’s words
28 395.1 wrought by the Saviour's words brought by the Savior’s words
28 395.1 wrought by the Saviour's words brought by the Savior’s words
28 395.2 The Saviour's answer The Savior’s answer
28 396.3 and thither the employers went and there the employers went
28 397.2 Him who justifieth the ungodly Him who justifies the ungodly
28 399.5 the joy of co-operation the joy of cooperation
28 402.5 They are in co-operation They are in cooperating
28 402.5 and co-operating with Him and cooperating with Him
28 404.2 who have wrought for God who have worked for God
29 406.1 They were left standing without They were left standing outside
29 408.1 and thence into the golden lamps and from there into the golden lamps
29 418.3 on a world unthankful, unholy, demoralized on a world unthankful, unholy, corrupted
29 419.2 humanity of the Saviour's love humanity of the Savior’s love
29 419.6 acceptance of the Saviour acceptance of the Savior
29 419.6 to be its Saviour to be its Savior
29 420.1 in whom the Saviour dwells in whom the Savior dwells
29 421.1 their redemption draweth nigh their redemption draws nigh