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The Story of Our Health Message -- Study Guide

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    “The Vision at Otsego, Michigan” (75-85)

    1. Mrs. White wrote: “It was at the house of Brother __________________ in Otsego, Michigan, June 6, 1863, that the great subject of __________________ was opened before me in vision.” This was less than two weeks after the __________________ Conference was organized. (74)SHM-SG 10.1

    2. In this vision Mrs. White was shown that “it was a __________________ to attend to our __________________, and arouse others to their duty.” (77) “It is not safe nor pleasing to God to _________________ the __________________ of health and then ask Him to take care of our __________________, and keep us from __________________ when we are living directly contrary to our __________________.” (78)SHM-SG 10.2

    3. “The more __________________ our health, the more perfect will be our __________________.” (78)SHM-SG 10.3

    4. Was Mrs. White the first one to advocate the various principles of health reform?

    SHM-SG 10.4

    How does J. H. Waggoner clearly show that the outstanding contribution of the Testimonies is recognition of health as a religious duty? A very basic statement! (79, 80)

    SHM-SG 10.5

    5. When asked about the source of her information, Mrs. White answered, “I did not read any __________________ upon __________________ until I had written __________________ Volumes III and IV, Appeal to Mothers, and had __________________ most of my six articles in the six numbers of How to Live.” (See 2SM pp. 410-479) (81)SHM-SG 10.6

    6. Mrs. White had read the article by Dr. Jackson on how to treat diphtheria, but as to his magazine and his books she said, “I did not know that such a paper existed as the ________________________, published at Dansville, N.Y. I had not heard of the ________________________ upon health written by Dr. J. C. Jackson at the time of the June, 1863, vision.” (81)SHM-SG 10.7

    7. Mrs. White determined not to read the health works of others until she had fully written out her views, “Lest it should be said that I received my __________________ upon the subject of __________________ from __________________ and not from the __________________.” (81)SHM-SG 11.1

    8. “I was ________________________________” she wrote of the Otsego vision. “Many things came __________________________________ my own ideas.” (81)SHM-SG 11.2

    9. After the June 1863 vision, Elder White sent to Dr. ___________________________ of __________________, N.Y. (apparently without Mrs. White’s knowledge) for some of his health literature. (82)SHM-SG 11.3

    10. While there is agreement on many points between Mrs. White’s writings on health and the teachings of certain other pioneers in the field of health reform, in some instances she positively ____________________________ with them. (85)SHM-SG 11.4

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