After having contributed immensely to English religious literature and founding of the ‘Seventh day Adventist Church’ Ellen G white died on 16th July 1915 at the age of 87. She witnessed the growth of the Adventist believer from a few hundred to millions. Ellen died a satisfied woman with the confidence that she had fulfilled the duty entrusted to her by God.
este es mi correo tengo puntos que explican la biblia que ustedes son una secta falsa… quien me responde para presentar mis puntos, ellen g white, es anatema…y sus otros 5 fundadores, que hablaron que Cristo venia en tal fecha y así no fue…
Jesus dijo, que ni el mismo sabia el día y la hora.. y porque uno de sus fundadores sí afirmó que Cristo vendria en tres fechas distintas…??????
Many have asked me this question whenever they come across some of her writings on my site. Out of the thousands of pages on this site I may have two dozen or so pages that have some of Ellen Gould White's writings on them. If more understood who she was, I would have far more of course. But for the sake of those who don't study as deep as others into prophetic events and don't follow the church's historic movements, I keep her writings mostly off the site. Another main reason is my ministry brings me mostly to Catholics, and other denominations that simply don't know of her. So I usually stick with Scriptures as most trust the Word. Some may look at a quote from Ellen White and figure, "she's just a women with an opinion, so I can take or leave her advice." But they cannot do that with the Word, so I usually hold off on Sister White for the sake of preventing the "option" to blow off truth.
There are times though that I just can't ignore the opportunity to share excerpts from her writings because she words things so blunt and so biblically on target that I feel compelled to share. That is why you see "some" of her work on this site. But.. who is she?
Ellen Gould White (née Harmon; November 26, 1827 – July 16, 1915) was a prolific author and an American pioneer. Along with other such as and her husband , she formed what became known as the . The named Ellen G. White among 100 Most Significant Americans in an acknowledgement of her influence on religion.
Ellen Gould White (born Harmon) (November 26, 1827 - July 16, 1915) was a prolific Christian author and one of the American Christian pioneers whose ministry was instrumental in founding the Sabbatarian Adventist movement that led to the rise of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.