Ellen G. White (1827-1915)
Mrs. White helped found the Seventh-day Adventist Church. She is regarded
as a true prophetess of God by the church. During her lifetime she wrote
more than 5,000 periodical articles and 40 books. Her most important
literary work is the five-book volume "Conflict of the Ages"
series (comprising Patriarchs
and Prophets, Prophets
and Kings, The
Desire of Ages, The
Acts of the Apostles, and The
Great Controversy), which traces the conflict between good and evil
from its origin to its soon-to-unfold conclusion.
Desire of Ages (her commentary on the life of Christ) was to include
her writings on the Sermon on the Mount and the parables of Jesus. But,
because of the volume of material, the Sermon on the Mount was lifted
and became Thoughts
from the Mount of Blessing and the parables became Christ's
Object Lessons. A portion also went into The
Ministry of Healing--her most important book in the area of health.
The book, Steps
to Christ, also belongs in this collection.
G. White Estate. Official Ellen G. White website.
Ellen G. White Search Engines
Complete Published Ellen G. White Writings. Browse or search all
published Ellen White writings.
G. White Search Page. Search all of the writings of Ellen G. White.
Ellen G. White audio files
G. White audio files. Includes Steps to Christ, The Desire of
Ages, Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing, The Sanctified Life, Christ
Object Lessons, Patriarchs and Prophets, The Great Controversy, The
Acts of the Apostles, and Confrontation.