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The Haystack
July 21 at 4:00am

There are three ways you can react when you realize Ellen said both of these things:

  1. Declare her to be a false prophet and reject all of her counsel.
  2. Ignore one of these statements and keep using the other to support your preferred argument.
  3. Realize that she wrote different counsels to different people at different times for different purposes and under different circumstances. Lifting Ellen’s quotes and using them as universal truths just seems irresponsible in this light.

“Many men take the testimonies the Lord has given, and apply them as they suppose they should be applied, picking out a sentence here and there, taking it from its proper connection, and applying it according to their idea.” —Selected Messages, Book 1, p. 44