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The Story of Our Health Message -- Study Guide

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    “Retrospective and Prospective” (426-438)

    1. In speaking of the progressive nature of the message, Mrs. White wrote in 1867: “When we first received the __________________ [of Rev. 14], the Lord had many __________________ to say to us, but we could not hear them all then. He has led us with a __________________ and tender care, __________________ by __________________, until we have reached the __________________ in __________________.” (426)SHM-SG 46.1

    2. In the year __________________ a full-time qualified physician was appointed as Secretary of the General Conference __________________. (428, 429)SHM-SG 46.2

    3. The temperance work of the church was reorganized in 1932 under the name of the __________________ __________________ of Seventh-day Adventists. In 1947 the __________________ Temperance Association was organized to supervise and promote a world temperance work. (429, 430)SHM-SG 46.3

    4. Health Literature Through the Years (430, 431)
    (Journals and Books)
    1866
    1890
    1896
    1904
    1905
    1948
    SHM-SG 46.4

    5. Four books relating to health and the health message have appeared as compilations from Ellen White since her death. Provide information below for each of these: (431, 432)
    (Year, Title, Content)



    SHM-SG 46.5

    6. Ellen White gives reasons for a change in living habits: “Let it ever be kept before the __________________ that the great __________________ of __________________ reform is to secure the highest __________________ of mind and soul and body. All the laws of __________________—which are the laws of God—are designed for our __________________. Obedience to them will __________________ our __________________ in this life and will aid us in a __________________ for the __________________ to come.” (432, 433)SHM-SG 46.6

    7. Noting the increasing importance of health reform, Mrs. White wrote: “As we near the __________________ or __________________, we must rise __________________ and still __________________ upon the question of __________________ reform and Christian __________________, presenting it in a more __________________ and decided manner.” (437, 438) She said further: “He who __________________ the light which God has given him upon __________________ reform has an __________________ aid in the work of becoming __________________ through the truth and fitted for __________________.” (438)SHM-SG 46.7

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