The Great Controversy, Editorial Changes

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3 57.3 Upon reaching the castle whither Gregory had withdrawn, Upon reaching the castle where Gregory had withdrawn,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.