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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    J. N. Andrews on Healthful Living

    “To leave off every injurious article of food, and to lead lives of temperance under the influence of good instruction and of conscience toward God, are among the things most essential to good health. Our bodies are the temples of the Holy Spirit. That we may truly glorify him in our bodies as in our spirits, how requisite that we possess in full vigor all the powers of our physical being! Thank God that this subject is now being especially set before our people. Health and strength are among the things most valuable to us, and of greatest consequence to those who shall witness the grand events of the time of trouble.”GSAM 358.4

    The subject of Bible hygiene and Christian temperance was advocated, not only through the columns of the Review, but by our ministers.GSAM 359.1

    At the General Conference, May 20, 1866, the following instruction was given through Mrs. White (the same is found in Testimony No. 11):—GSAM 359.2

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