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Study - Chapter 26 - Work of Reform
Thought Questions and Notes on
The Great Controversy 

Chapter  26:   
A  Work  of  Reform
1.  What prophecy in Isaiah promises a blessing upon the Gentile Sabbath-keepers?
     How does the context show it to apply 
in the last days?  [ 451:1,2 ] 
2.   How is the law to be sealed among God’s disciples, as a preparation for looking for Him?  
     (Isaiah 8:17)
  [ 452:1,2 ] 
3.  Where does the prophet Isaiah reprove God’s people for forsaking His ordinance?
    How is that ordinance defined? 

    What blessing is pronounced upon those who restore it? [ 452:3, 4 ] 
4.  Has there ever been a time when there were no Sabbathkeepers in the earth?
     What has frequently been their lot?  
453:1,2 ] 
5.  As the heralds of Sabbath reform presented the subject, what two common objections were raised by the people?  [ 454:1-3 ] 
6. How did the general rejection of light on the sanctuary involve the Adventist body in time setting?
   How does the 
setting of definite time suit the purposes of Satan?  [ 456:1 - 457:1 ]  
7.  In what way was the experience of the Adventists following 1844 similar to that of Israel at Kadesh Barnea?  [ 457:2 - 458:1 ]  
8.  To what climax will the spirit of intolerance be carried by the opposers of unpopular  
     Is opposition or 
persecution an excuse for withholding God’s message?  [ 458:2 - 459:2 ]  
9.  How many are called to the solemn responsibilities of watchmen?
     What is the only irrefutable argument against the 
truth?  [ 459:3 - 460:2 ] 
10.  Memorize Isaiah 51: 7, 8.
Hearken unto me, ye that know righteousness, the people in whose heart is my law; fear ye not the reproach of men, neither be ye afraid of their revilings.
(8) For the moth shall eat them up like a garment, and the worm shall eat them as wool; but my righteousness shall be for ever, and my salvation from generation to generation.  Isaiah 51: 7: 8  [ KJV ]
Hear me, you who know what is right, you people who have my law in your hearts; Do not fear the reproach of men or be terrified by their insults.
(8)  For the moth shall eat them up like a garment, the worm will devour them like wool. But my righteousness will last forever, my salvation through all generations.  Isaiah 51: 7. 8 [ NIV ]
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