Wednesday, October 13, 2010

EGW Never Changed Her View

Ellen White never changed her view on God in her lifetime and she was in unity with all the non-trinitarian so-called [arian] believers. Michael is the prince of life, and he will descend with a shout, with his voice and the trump of God, and all that are in their graves shall hear his voice.

“The evidence given in our early experience has the same force that it had then. […] That which was sought for out of the Word in 1844, 1845, and 1846 remains the truth in every particular.” {E. G. White, Manuscript Releases Volume 1, p.52} 1906

In 1906 she wrote that she still followed the same God.

“I understood that some were anxious to know if Mrs. White still held the same views that she did years ago when they had heard her speak in the sanitarium grove, in the Tabernacle, and at the camp-meetings held in the suburbs of Battle Creek. I assured them that the message she bears today is the same that she has borne during the sixty years of her public ministry. She has the same service to do for the Master that was laid upon her in her girlhood.

She receives lessons from the same Instructor. The directions given her are, "Make known to others what I have revealed to you. Write out the messages that I give you, that the people may have them." This is what she has endeavored to do.” {E. G. White, Review and Herald, July 26, 1906 par. 20}

Same God as she had when she was a little girl. No she didn't change her view on who God is as falsely claimed. That would mean she got her messages from a different master.

She understood who God was because she saw it in vision. And anyone who says this view changed is saying her visions were from another God.

The God of heaven saw it fit to establish the Advent movement on a solid foundation of truth. This foundation included a correct understanding of who He is. The Advent band was not left to wander through the multiplied delusions of the spiritualizers. From the earliest visions God assured His children of the reality of His being. “I have often seen the lovely Jesus, that He is a person. I asked Him if His Father was a person and had a form like Himself. Said Jesus, "I am in the express image of My Father's person." I have often seen that the spiritual view took away all the glory of heaven […]” {E.G. White, Early Writings, p.77}

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