This volume collects Ellen White's most important writings on revival. She helps us distinguish between true and false revival, and talks about how revival reveals itself in our Christian walk.
Book code: TR
Published by Review and Herald Publishing Association
True Revival- Contents
- Power of the Word
- A New Lifestyle
- Counterfeit Revivals—What's the Difference?
- Why Be Deceived?
- Can God's Law Be Changed?
- Alienated and Reconciled—How Does It Happen?
- Sanctification—Who Does the Work?
- No Room for Boasting
- Counterfeit Sanctification—Is It “Only Believe”?
- Sanctification—Total Commitment
- A Changed Life
- No Longer Condemned
- This Is the Test
- Why Aren't Miracles Enough?
- Healing Can Be From the Devil
- False “Tongues” Identified in 1864
- Drums, Dancing, and Noise
- Bodies Out of Control
- Order Versus Impressions and Feelings
- Satan's Slaves
- “Inspired” by Drugs
- Pantheism, Spiritualism, and Free Love
- Irrational Behavior
- Claims to Holiness
- Whose Voice Can I Trust?
- The Contest Following the Revival
- Peril of Confusing the Spirit's Work With Fanaticism
- Easy Ways to Lose the Blessing
- Danger of Light Becoming Darkness
- Spiritual Victory Lost to the Passions for Games
- The Child of God a Laborer With God
- Was the Blessing Cherished?
- A Blessing Turned Into a Curse
- Be Exceedingly Careful
- The Sin of Rejecting Evidence
- At Battle Creek in Early Days
- Earnest Work at Tittabawassee, Michigan
- A Good Response in Battle Creek
- After Some Hesitancy a Response
- As She Begins Work in Switzerland
- At Christiana [Oslo], Norway
- Determination Indicated by Standing
- Backsliders Reclaimed in Basel
- An Outstanding Experience in Australia
- Non-Adventist Visitors Respond at Ashfield Church
- The Special Call at the Battle Creek College
- Called Forward in San Francisco
- A Similar Work in Every Church
- Response at General Conference of 1909