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What is the world coming to? The news media may tell you what is happening, but this book will tell you what is going to happen! The Great Controversy begins at the dawning of the Christian era, traces the rise and fall of nations and religious powers down to our day, then plunges ahead to preview the future. What this book see's coming is not based on guesswork, it is bas What is the world coming to? The news media may tell you what is happening, but this book will tell you what is going to happen! The Great Controversy begins at the dawning of the Christian era, traces the rise and fall of nations and religious powers down to our day, then plunges ahead to preview the future. What this book see's coming is not based on guesswork, it is based on a source that has never been wrong and has never missed yet in it's prophecies. Few people alive today realize that this earth is the primary battle zone of a cosmic war that erupted in the universe thousands of years ago. Fewer still know why the war is being fought and how it will end. But after reading this book, you'll be one of them! The Great Controversy is the last in an exciting five part series covering the history of the whole world. Patriarchs and Prophets is the first, the second book is Prophets and Kings, the third is The Desire of Ages, fourth is The Acts of the Apostles and the last is The Great Controversy. Start with this book, then read the others. And remember, even though what you are about to read may astonish you and seem incredible, it is 100 percent nonfiction. Every word is true!


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What is the world coming to? The news media may tell you what is happening, but this book will tell you what is going to happen! The Great Controversy begins at the dawning of the Christian era, traces the rise and fall of nations and religious powers down to our day, then plunges ahead to preview the future. What this book see's coming is not based on guesswork, it is bas What is the world coming to? The news media may tell you what is happening, but this book will tell you what is going to happen! The Great Controversy begins at the dawning of the Christian era, traces the rise and fall of nations and religious powers down to our day, then plunges ahead to preview the future. What this book see's coming is not based on guesswork, it is based on a source that has never been wrong and has never missed yet in it's prophecies. Few people alive today realize that this earth is the primary battle zone of a cosmic war that erupted in the universe thousands of years ago. Fewer still know why the war is being fought and how it will end. But after reading this book, you'll be one of them! The Great Controversy is the last in an exciting five part series covering the history of the whole world. Patriarchs and Prophets is the first, the second book is Prophets and Kings, the third is The Desire of Ages, fourth is The Acts of the Apostles and the last is The Great Controversy. Start with this book, then read the others. And remember, even though what you are about to read may astonish you and seem incredible, it is 100 percent nonfiction. Every word is true!

30 review for The Great Controversy

  1. 5 out of 5

    David

    This book is excellent! I thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover. It is a very interesting insight on the history of the protestant church from the destruction of Jerusalem to the second coming of Christ and the New Jerusalem. Some topics that I particularly enjoyed: 1. Descriptive scenes of the second coming and New Jerusalem period. Wow. 2. The investigative judgment and the heavenly sanctuary. 3. End time events with biblical quotations from not just Daniel and Revelation, but Isaiah, Jeremi This book is excellent! I thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover. It is a very interesting insight on the history of the protestant church from the destruction of Jerusalem to the second coming of Christ and the New Jerusalem. Some topics that I particularly enjoyed: 1. Descriptive scenes of the second coming and New Jerusalem period. Wow. 2. The investigative judgment and the heavenly sanctuary. 3. End time events with biblical quotations from not just Daniel and Revelation, but Isaiah, Jeremiah, Amos, and other minor prophets. 4. Interesting accounts of Martin Luther’s life. 5. Interesting account of the destruction of Jerusalem. 6. The French Revolution. 7. Satan’s fall from Heaven. 8. Spiritualism and God’s law. I also very much enjoyed Ellen White’s bringing to life of how Satan works. Sometimes we tend not to think about Satan directly, but as a vague evil force. This book blows away the fog and shows how intelligently and purposefully the devil is working towards our demise. Ellen White’s no nonsense writing style is refreshing, many times cuts to the heart, and demands changes in my life. It’s not a quick read but I am very blessed to have read it cover to cover. Definitely a 5 out of 5.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sophia Davies

    Hard to read even when I was a dyed-in-the-wool conservative, fundamentalist Seventh-day Adventist (thankfully I escaped!). Overly long, extremely repetitive, and poorly written. That's not even getting into the probable plagiarism and historical inaccuracies. Looking back, I'm appalled but unsurprised that a church would try to pass this disaster off as some kind of message from God (as much as Adventists try to avoid admitting it to outsiders, they most definitely do believe that Ellen White w Hard to read even when I was a dyed-in-the-wool conservative, fundamentalist Seventh-day Adventist (thankfully I escaped!). Overly long, extremely repetitive, and poorly written. That's not even getting into the probable plagiarism and historical inaccuracies. Looking back, I'm appalled but unsurprised that a church would try to pass this disaster off as some kind of message from God (as much as Adventists try to avoid admitting it to outsiders, they most definitely do believe that Ellen White was a prophet). Avoid this like the plague. And if you somehow find this in your mailbox (Adventists had a campaign to mail one to every home in America), please, for your sanity, just throw it away.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

    Wow! This was a spiritual and intellectual awakening to me. (I confess to being a christian). This book by Ellen G White; a prophetess and part founder of the now Seventh Day Adventist church. "The Smithsonian magazinenamed Ellen G. White among the "100 Most Significant Americans of All Time". White demonstrates how scripture portrays a cosmic battle between good and evil, God and Satan - through time. My understanding of this controversy, which has involved the entire universe: helped me to unde Wow! This was a spiritual and intellectual awakening to me. (I confess to being a christian). This book by Ellen G White; a prophetess and part founder of the now Seventh Day Adventist church. "The Smithsonian magazinenamed Ellen G. White among the "100 Most Significant Americans of All Time". White demonstrates how scripture portrays a cosmic battle between good and evil, God and Satan - through time. My understanding of this controversy, which has involved the entire universe: helped me to understand God's goal for mankind better, the scriptures and bible. Hopefully leading me closer to God.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Max

    Extremely difficult to tear in half. I received this book unsolicited in the mail today and was unpleasantly unsurprised to discover its religious origins. Unsolicited mail comes in two forms: religious and credit cards, and I doubted very much that this book would climax in a once-in-a-lifetime low-interest-rate offer. "The Great Controversy, Past / Present / Future, How Will it End?" - an authorless cover that screams of trying too hard to be ambiguous about the fact that there will be capitaliz Extremely difficult to tear in half. I received this book unsolicited in the mail today and was unpleasantly unsurprised to discover its religious origins. Unsolicited mail comes in two forms: religious and credit cards, and I doubted very much that this book would climax in a once-in-a-lifetime low-interest-rate offer. "The Great Controversy, Past / Present / Future, How Will it End?" - an authorless cover that screams of trying too hard to be ambiguous about the fact that there will be capitalized "He's" and "Him's" splattered throughout the ill-smelling, phonebook-like pages. The back cover yammers on about "a changing world" with "political alliances" and "forces of nature" or something; a blatant continuation of the tip-toeing done to avoid any elusion to its religious content. This is clearly a deliberate measure taken to avoid immediate disposal and/or furious propulsion of the book in the direction of small children and animals. Back to the pages: I found them to be thin and of poor quality, with an awful typeface and insufficient margins and line spacing. I thought for certain that the 370 complete and utter wastes of time (read: pages) would be very easy to bisect with a quick "whoosh" of the hands. Alas, I was deceived yet again by the slippery front and back covers, whose plasticky, photoprint texture completely thwarted any and all attempts to draw and quarter the monstrosity. Needless to say, I am extremely disappointed. Two stars. Do not recommend.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Evelynn

    I finally, FINALLY finished it! And I'm utterly speechless. I mean, The Great Controversy is a piece of art. And to think it was written by a woman who only had a very low-grade education - third or fourth - is just...wow. I cannot wait to meet Mrs. White in Heaven! I finally, FINALLY finished it! And I'm utterly speechless. I mean, The Great Controversy is a piece of art. And to think it was written by a woman who only had a very low-grade education - third or fourth - is just...wow. I cannot wait to meet Mrs. White in Heaven!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Noah

    the Bad: Some of the chapters are a challenge to get through once you have already read the book. the Good: This is one of my favorite books of all time. I have literally lost count of how many times I have read it through from cover to cover. I first "discovered" this book when I was 11 years old. Even if I don't have time or patience to read it all the way through again the last several chapters are worth reading again and again just because of the hope it inspires. When I pick up this book I us the Bad: Some of the chapters are a challenge to get through once you have already read the book. the Good: This is one of my favorite books of all time. I have literally lost count of how many times I have read it through from cover to cover. I first "discovered" this book when I was 11 years old. Even if I don't have time or patience to read it all the way through again the last several chapters are worth reading again and again just because of the hope it inspires. When I pick up this book I usually start with The Scriptures a Safeguard and read through to the end from there. God's People Delivered is totally awesome and my favorite chapter. Bottom Line: Read it. If you can't handle the whole thing, read from about "Liberty of Conscience Threatened" to the end of the book. It's worth it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Mahn

    I have read this book again over the last couple months, and always find it useful. The first third of the book is basically a history of the reformation, up to the 19th century. The next third or so covers a number of basic Seventh-day Adventist beliefs. The last 12 or 13 chapters are a study in eschatology, looking at prophecies for the end of time. I find this book to be very useful in answering some of the big questions people ask about God. Where is God when bad things happen? Why is there I have read this book again over the last couple months, and always find it useful. The first third of the book is basically a history of the reformation, up to the 19th century. The next third or so covers a number of basic Seventh-day Adventist beliefs. The last 12 or 13 chapters are a study in eschatology, looking at prophecies for the end of time. I find this book to be very useful in answering some of the big questions people ask about God. Where is God when bad things happen? Why is there pain and suffering? For me, these things make no sense apart from the paradigm of the Great Controversy. As I see the bigger issues of Satan's rebellion, his charges against God, and God's character being on trial, I find answers that at least make sense to me. Without this paradigm, I don't think I could find answers that would be satisfying.

  8. 4 out of 5

    J N

    This book is a most intelligent and insightful account of history from the early Church on through the dark ages and beyond. Mrs Ellen G White wrote this book in 1888 - go woman power! Beware if you're catholic, you might not like what you read about the history of your religion. The version of this book that I have was re-published by "Harvestime Books" and each chapter contains quite a bit of anecdotal information pertaining to the topic of that chapter - be it historical dating and time frame This book is a most intelligent and insightful account of history from the early Church on through the dark ages and beyond. Mrs Ellen G White wrote this book in 1888 - go woman power! Beware if you're catholic, you might not like what you read about the history of your religion. The version of this book that I have was re-published by "Harvestime Books" and each chapter contains quite a bit of anecdotal information pertaining to the topic of that chapter - be it historical dating and time frames, citations from catholic publications, or quotes from various sources during the period discussed. Great book, it relieved me of a lot of guilt because I always thought "Christians killed lots of people in crusades and inquisitions"... thats a lie. Wolves in sheep's clothing.

  9. 5 out of 5

    J. Alfred

    Interesting! Well, I certainly don't like White's prophetical hermeneutics, ecclesiology, her stance on God's sovereignty, or her morality, which I find, frankly, to be inconsistent and tending toward legalism. That said, I love her Christology and her emphasis on glorifying God in out lives. I don't buy her arguments on the Seventh-Day Sabbath, but I respect them (though sometimes they smell a little bit like a straw man). For what it's worth, I think the Seventh-Day-ers (at least, so far as rep Interesting! Well, I certainly don't like White's prophetical hermeneutics, ecclesiology, her stance on God's sovereignty, or her morality, which I find, frankly, to be inconsistent and tending toward legalism. That said, I love her Christology and her emphasis on glorifying God in out lives. I don't buy her arguments on the Seventh-Day Sabbath, but I respect them (though sometimes they smell a little bit like a straw man). For what it's worth, I think the Seventh-Day-ers (at least, so far as represented in this book and in the lives of some of the families I know) are genuine, admirable Christians. Just a little bit confused. Like, you know, all the rest of us.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

    In this 5th book in Ellen G. White's Conflict of the Ages series the curtain is pulled back on the battle between truth and error and between Christ and Satan. The book opens with the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem as foretold by Jesus before his death and takes us down through the ages, through those who accepted His truth and the price they paid for it, up through the Protestant reformation and rise of Reason as played out in the French Revolution and finally through the futur In this 5th book in Ellen G. White's Conflict of the Ages series the curtain is pulled back on the battle between truth and error and between Christ and Satan. The book opens with the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem as foretold by Jesus before his death and takes us down through the ages, through those who accepted His truth and the price they paid for it, up through the Protestant reformation and rise of Reason as played out in the French Revolution and finally through the future events revealed to the Apostle John in the Revelation of Jesus Christ. Though the last chronologically, this work was actually the first of the Conflict of the Ages series published by the author and contains many pressing truths for the times in which we leave and the events soon to unfold open planet earth and Jesus' final restoration after all things are made new. This book, though written more than 100 years ago still changes many lives and is as relevant today as when it was first published.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rebekah

    Best companion book to the Bible I could ever recommend.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    The death of the Apostles brought an end to the sacred history recorded in the Bible save for the prophecies of the future in the Books of Daniel and Revelation, however the message of the Gospel and the history of the Church continued. The Great Controversy, the final volume of Ellen G. White’s Conflict of the Ages series in which the history of the Christian Church is chronicled from the destruction of Jerusalem to the end of sin and the recreation of Earth. At almost 700 pages, the events of The death of the Apostles brought an end to the sacred history recorded in the Bible save for the prophecies of the future in the Books of Daniel and Revelation, however the message of the Gospel and the history of the Church continued. The Great Controversy, the final volume of Ellen G. White’s Conflict of the Ages series in which the history of the Christian Church is chronicled from the destruction of Jerusalem to the end of sin and the recreation of Earth. At almost 700 pages, the events of the last two millennia are touch with special emphasis on the Reformation, the message of 1844, and the climax of the Great Controversy between Christ and Satan at the end of time. The Great Controversy focuses entirely on the Christian Age with White beginning the history with the how Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire yet at the same time was watered down with the influences of paganism and other errors. Yet White emphasizes that like Biblical Israel, even though the majority of Christians worshiped—unknowingly—in error, some still held to the truth of Scripture. Then over the course of the next 250 pages, White describes the Protestant Reformation from Wycliffe through the Pilgrim Fathers arrival on the shores of the New World. White then transitions to the events leading up to Great Disappointment of 1844 and the Biblical explanation for the significant event that occurred in Heaven. White explains how the Great Controversy is effecting those living not only when she first wrote the book but to the reader today and how it our decisions will effect where we stand during the events she describes at the end of the book with the second coming of Christ and the destruction of sin. The Great Controversy is the last of the five-book Conflict of the Ages series and is a mixture of non-Biblical history as well as explanations of the prophetic events of Daniel and Revelation that have and yet to occur through to the end of sin. This book shows that God’s message of love through His law is still relevant today as it was from the beginning of Genesis and before, even with the attempts by Satan to undermine it or simply overthrow it for his own vision. As in even book in this series Ellen White wants the readers of The Great Controversy to know that the present world of sin will not last and there will be an end, yet it is up to the reader to decide where they will stand in relation to Christ and Satan.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Robbie Lacelle

    One of the best books I have ever read. It goes through the history of the Church from The destruction of Jerusalem to the second coming of Jesus. Some say that The Great Controversy is not historically accurate but from my study what is found in this book matches up great with what the historians have written. I have read J.A. Wylie and D'Aubigne as well as several other history books concerning this historical period. I have found this book to be Biblical. I have not found anything that is at One of the best books I have ever read. It goes through the history of the Church from The destruction of Jerusalem to the second coming of Jesus. Some say that The Great Controversy is not historically accurate but from my study what is found in this book matches up great with what the historians have written. I have read J.A. Wylie and D'Aubigne as well as several other history books concerning this historical period. I have found this book to be Biblical. I have not found anything that is at odds with what the Bible says. If you read a passage in this book that does not match with what you have previously believed, study the Bible to see what the Bible says. I believe you will find this book to be an accurate, beautiful and inspiring book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Janie

    Rating: 5 stars. Ellen G. White is such an amazing person. She and the SDA church pioneered education, hospital and health. I love reading this book, specially during service if the pastor is talking about something frightfully boring.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Pablo

    One of the greatest books I've ever read... One of the greatest books I've ever read...

  16. 4 out of 5

    Marc Rasell

    This book needs to be read by everyone to know what is coming on the world, and how the great controversy will end between Christ and Satan.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Not sure why its taken me years to get to this book. I've dabbed at it over the past few years, heard a thing or two about it, read a chapter here and there but its done. The Great Controversy wouldn't be the first book from this author that I would recommend based upon where a person is in relation to their understanding of God. If your view of God is that of a lightning pelting, fire & brimstone, unmerciful, unforgiving ruler, then yes, you'll most likely be spooked and miss out on how wonderf Not sure why its taken me years to get to this book. I've dabbed at it over the past few years, heard a thing or two about it, read a chapter here and there but its done. The Great Controversy wouldn't be the first book from this author that I would recommend based upon where a person is in relation to their understanding of God. If your view of God is that of a lightning pelting, fire & brimstone, unmerciful, unforgiving ruler, then yes, you'll most likely be spooked and miss out on how wonderful of a book this really is. Its unfortunately that perception trumps reality in many instances, so my heart goes out to those who've been burnt by Bible thumping Christians who've probably knocked folks over the head with this book (and the Bible for that matter). It's just plain wrong. It is a total misrepresentation of the character of God and anyone who truly is a follower/believer in the Most High. Before any more of this review is written, a deep, heart-felt apology goes out to all who've had any type of experience with a church, believer, relative that fits the description mentioned in this paragraph (beat over the head with the Bible, etc). Having said that, I'll commence my review. The first ten chapters or so set the stage with a lot of history. If you've struggled to stay away in History class, then beware trying to get some tracking going with this book. This isn't to say that its boring, however, there's a ton of historical accounts that may leave you wondering "When are you gonna get to the good stuff" Be patient. She's setting the stage for later. Hang in there :) (Sidenote: I lament the fact that didn't appreciate History until later in my academic career) If you do have an appreciation for History, then buckle your seatbelt because the author unloads a ton information that you'll want to go research yourself. As you do so, you'll find that this book is hard to put down. Around chapter 12 or so it starts getting a bit closer to home with the French Revolution, bits on the formation of the Americas (as it relates to Biblical prophecy) and the fulfillment of some of those prophecies. She then breaks and provides the needed filler information spending the next few chapters outlining symbols & characters in the Bible that are critical to understanding the home stretch chapters. Most folks get spooked during this time, however, this was not my experience. Had I read this book 5 years ago, probably so. The difference ( I think) came as a result of having a radical shift in perspective about the character of God. The home stretch chapters then seen more so as light towers on a raging sea as opposed to the headlights of MAC truck coming full speed ahead. The final chapters will activate the imagination indeed. I'm surprised this hasn't been turned into a movie (then again, maybe it's best that it hasn't :/ The four stars isn't due to any lack on the book's behalf, just was more of "I really liked it" as opposed to it being "amazing."

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    This is excellent documentation demonstrating the fact of the universal apostasy after Christ and his apostles. I recommend it to everyone, though I do not concur with the proposition that Reformation, nor Seventh-Day Adventism, is the way back to God (I am a sincere devotee of restoration through Joseph Smith, the Prophet of God). This book gave me a greater appreciation for all of the many Reformers and their sacrifices to break the stranglehold of the apostate Roman Catholic Church.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I put off reading this book for years. Then, when I finally dig in, it was one of those books where so had to grab a dictionary and a highlighter because there was just so much history and "wow". It's not an easy read but it can absolutely become a life changing read. It also inspired / motivated me to read my Bible more. It out several a bible stories in historical context for me which made the stories and conditions in which the characters lived more "impactful". I put off reading this book for years. Then, when I finally dig in, it was one of those books where so had to grab a dictionary and a highlighter because there was just so much history and "wow". It's not an easy read but it can absolutely become a life changing read. It also inspired / motivated me to read my Bible more. It out several a bible stories in historical context for me which made the stories and conditions in which the characters lived more "impactful".

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dottie

    Powerful, instructive, informative and thought provoking reading -- I found this many years ago as a used book quite serendipitously and plunged right into it. It remains in a prime spot on the shelf for dipping into from time to time.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lizzy

    Super interesting! It has so much information. Great Christian history book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Philip Early

    all the good parts in this book are plagiarized.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    The book started strong but about midway, I began noticing severely flawed theology... so much so that I was unable to finish it!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    I felt obliged to read this because a colleague gave it to me although it's not something I would generally have picked up myself. From the blurb on the back it gives the impression that it may be some kind of political/religious thriller but it's actually Christian propaganda. Not really my thing and it certainly didn't change my views. I felt obliged to read this because a colleague gave it to me although it's not something I would generally have picked up myself. From the blurb on the back it gives the impression that it may be some kind of political/religious thriller but it's actually Christian propaganda. Not really my thing and it certainly didn't change my views.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Vincent de Paul

    A quite controversial book in addressing different dogmatic views of Christianity. It is in 70 AD, the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. We get to delve deep into this event; then the Reformation and Advent, and finally the end times. Much of the first half of the book is devoted to the historical conflict between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. White writes that the Papacy propagated a corrupt form of Christianity from the time of Constantine I onward and during the Middle Ages was opposed A quite controversial book in addressing different dogmatic views of Christianity. It is in 70 AD, the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. We get to delve deep into this event; then the Reformation and Advent, and finally the end times. Much of the first half of the book is devoted to the historical conflict between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. White writes that the Papacy propagated a corrupt form of Christianity from the time of Constantine I onward and during the Middle Ages was opposed only by the Waldensians and other small groups, who preserved an authentic form of Christianity. Beginning with John Wycliffe and Jan Huss and continuing with Martin Luther, Huldrych Zwingli, and others, the Reformation led to a partial recovery of biblical truth. In the early 19th century William Miller began to preach that Jesus was about to return to earth; his movement eventually resulted in the formation of the Adventist church. The second half of the book is prophetic, looking to a resurgence in papal supremacy. The civil government of the United States will form a union with the Roman Catholic church as well as with apostate Protestantism, leading to enforcement of a universal Sunday law (the mark of the beast) and a great persecution of Sabbath-keepers immediately prior to the second coming of Jesus. And these will be part of the end time remnant of believers who are faithful to God, which will be sealed and manifested just prior to the second coming of Jesus.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tristan Margaritis

    The Great Controversy is a revealing, in-depth study and revelation about the Last Days the bible talks about, namely in the books of Daniel, Matthew and Revelation. Now although my sights on Ellen G. White may be different from large groups of people, I see the information explained very clear and relative to my studies. Indeed, some in the religion of Christianity may see this as a wake-up call by how well it outlines and highlights evidences that may become mundane are even irrelevant by toda The Great Controversy is a revealing, in-depth study and revelation about the Last Days the bible talks about, namely in the books of Daniel, Matthew and Revelation. Now although my sights on Ellen G. White may be different from large groups of people, I see the information explained very clear and relative to my studies. Indeed, some in the religion of Christianity may see this as a wake-up call by how well it outlines and highlights evidences that may become mundane are even irrelevant by today's world "Those who have not fortified the mind with the truths of the bible WILL NOT stand through the last great conflict." ("The Great Controversy" 593). I do recommend this book to anyone who hasn't read it, both in and out of the faith for the explanation and even the clashes one may have reading this, since through conflict brings understanding.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lupe

    its a wonderful book, you fall in love all over again knowing how God is calling us, all sinners, how he warns us, desires our love and attention, how he wakes us up to seek him whole heartedly; gives you an inside look of our history relating to bible prophesy, how to prepare, what to look for , and the signs of our Lords second coming. Ellen G. White has been sincerely blessed , given visions of the truth and light, coming from a women with only 4th grade knowledge , Our Lord has blessed her wit its a wonderful book, you fall in love all over again knowing how God is calling us, all sinners, how he warns us, desires our love and attention, how he wakes us up to seek him whole heartedly; gives you an inside look of our history relating to bible prophesy, how to prepare, what to look for , and the signs of our Lords second coming. Ellen G. White has been sincerely blessed , given visions of the truth and light, coming from a women with only 4th grade knowledge , Our Lord has blessed her with a profound knowledge that gave her the gift to write many books of past and future visions. She has been tested and tried as the Lord has said to do to all prophets, what amazes me more is how the Lord has blessed her by giving her light about GMos and the twin towers being attacked. it is a wonderful book for those seeking the truth and soul longing peace and love.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Chris - Quarter Press Editor

    While the initial history sections are quite the chore to slog through, it's a book any Christian should read. The only thing that bothered me about this book is how much, and how wrongly, White's books are often used. She makes sure to always point back to the Bible to back what she is saying, and by doing so, she points back to Christ. Not as a condemning figure--even in the midst of the judgement--but as one who truly wants the most good for each of His creations--even if it means not choosin While the initial history sections are quite the chore to slog through, it's a book any Christian should read. The only thing that bothered me about this book is how much, and how wrongly, White's books are often used. She makes sure to always point back to the Bible to back what she is saying, and by doing so, she points back to Christ. Not as a condemning figure--even in the midst of the judgement--but as one who truly wants the most good for each of His creations--even if it means not choosing Him.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Will Robinson

    This book has to be the most important book written in the last 1700 years. This is an absolutely eye-opening book. It is a must read!!! If you really want to know about your past, your present and your future you will definitely get the information from here. The book was originally published I believe in the 1800s, yet it is still relevant today. You will see life differently once you have read this book. As a matter of fact it will change your life and perception of life forever.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Den Slader

    While I don't personally agree with the author's views, and I found her to be a bit harsh on Roman Catholics, it was still an interesting read. She is prone to tell stories from the Bible using her own slant (in an ad libitum manner), so if the reader doesn't know the biblical version, then the story may be misunderstood. I am particularly referring to her stories about Satan, the fall, and the postlapsarian couple. Still, it kept my interest. While I don't personally agree with the author's views, and I found her to be a bit harsh on Roman Catholics, it was still an interesting read. She is prone to tell stories from the Bible using her own slant (in an ad libitum manner), so if the reader doesn't know the biblical version, then the story may be misunderstood. I am particularly referring to her stories about Satan, the fall, and the postlapsarian couple. Still, it kept my interest.

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