- James White in The Adventist Home, p. 347.1 (Ellen Gould White)
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- James White in Christ in His Sanctuary, p. 12.3 (Ellen Gould White)
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James White : : James White was co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church along with his wife Ellen and Joseph Bates. He was the fifth of nine children, and in early years had such poor eyesight that he could not
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James White. See Spiritual Gifts, 1860, 2:38; Life Sketches. Ancestry, Early Life, Christian Experience, and Extensive Labors, of Elder James White, and His Wife, Mrs. Ellen G. White, 1880, 197; Life Sketches, 1915, 73. However, James White first recalled meeting
James White, p. 149. Exhibit 2: Sunday, March 14, 1858, The Great Controversy Vision Given at a Funeral Service In this vision at Lovett's Grove, most of the matter of the Great Controversy which I had seen ten years before,
James White on April 6, 1846, in the broadside, "To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad." On May 30, 1847, it was published yet again by James White in the pamphlet, A Word to the Little Flock (available in facsimile form
James White and H. S. Gurney on April 6, 1846, and titled, "To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad." 3. The James White printing in his 24 page pamphlet "A Word to the Little Flock" published in Brunswick, Maine, May 30,
James White urged others to join him, and concluded with the words, "If this war continues, God only knows what it will do for even non-combatants." Page 19 In a forceful editorial the following week, Elder White expressed his personal
James White was speaking, a woman of impressive bearing entered with two men. The two men walked up to the front, and the woman took a seat near the door. Ellen White soon followed her husband in speaking. She introduced
James White and Ellen G. White, circa 1864 label James White and Ellen G. White, circa 1864 text image James White and Ellen G. White, circa 1864 label James White and Ellen G. White, circa 1864 text image Ellen G.
James White and his wife, Ellen G. White, attended meetings at Lovett’s Grove, near Bowling Green, Ohio. On Sunday afternoon, the fourteenth, a funeral service was conducted by James White in the schoolhouse where the Sabbath meetings had been held.