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Phrase - Blessing ( separate page with 23 phrases )
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Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with . . .
 
23  Phrases  related  to   Blessing
 
-|-      Great Blessing   ( 426 )    >    God has promised great blessing  ( 4 )
                                                        >     very great blessing  (  )
                      ►   Great blessings  ( 144 )    >    great blessings are promised  (  )
 -|-     Channel of blessing  ( 16 )     >     the only channel of blessing
-|-     Medium of Blessing   ( 8 )
-|-      spiritual blessing   (  )    >   spiritual blessings  (  )
 
Blessing  of  God
 
+     God cannot bless  ( 35 )    >   God cannot bless those who  ( 10 )
                                                           >   God cannot bless the church   ( 2 )
-|-    theBlessing of God  (  )  -|-   God's Blessing 
                                                     ►   seeking the blessing of God  ( 6 )
-|-      Blessing of the God of Israel              -|-  
-|-     the Blessing of the Lord  (313)    >    blessing of the Lord is withheld
-|-     Blessing from the Lord  ( 9 )   >  receive the blessing from the Lord  quotes Psalm 24: 5  ( 3 ) 
-|-      Blessing of Heaven  (   )  >
 
- -  receive  the  blessing
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-|-     receive the blessing   ( 98 )    >   receive the blessing we need most  (  )
        ►   receive the blessing of the Lord  ( 11 )   >   receive the blessing of God  (  )
 
seeking  for  a  blessing
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-|-    seeking the blessing of God  ( 6 )     >     seeking for a blessing  ( 3 )
 
 
Blessed
 
  -|-     blessed  hope   (  )


          My personal favorite
 
The people of God are here represented as a criminal on trial. Joshua, as high priest, is seeking for a blessing for his people, who are in great affliction. While he is pleading before God, Satan is standing at his right hand as his adversary. He is accusing the children of God, and making their case appear as desperate as possible. He presents before the Lord their evil doings and their defects. He shows their faults and failures, hoping they will appear of such a character in the eyes of Christ that He will render them no help in their great need. Joshua, as the representative of God's people, stands under condemnation, clothed with filthy garments. Aware of the sins of his people, he is weighed down with discouragement. Satan is pressing upon his soul a sense of guiltiness that makes him feel almost hopeless. Yet there he stands as a suppliant, with Satan arrayed against him.  {COL 166.4}
 
 
In visions of the night representations passed before me of a great reformatory movement among God's people. Many were praising God. The sick were healed, and other miracles were wrought. . . . Hundreds and thousands were seen visiting families, and opening before them the word of God. Hearts were convicted by the power of the Holy Spirit, and a spirit of genuine conversion was manifest. On every side doors were thrown open to the proclamation of the truth. The world seemed to be lightened with the heavenly influence. Great blessings were received by the true and humble people of God.--Testimonies, vol. 9, p. 126.  {ChS 42.4}
 
In the epistle to the Hebrews is pointed out the single-hearted purpose that should characterize the Christian's race for eternal life: "Let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith." Hebrews 12:1, 2.  Envy, malice, evil thinking, evilspeaking, covetousness--these are weights that the Christian must lay aside if he would run successfully the race for immortality. Every habit or practice that leads into sin and brings dishonor upon Christ must be put away, whatever the sacrifice. The blessing of heaven cannot attend any man in violating the eternal principles of right. One sin cherished is sufficient to work degradation of character and to mislead others.  {AA 312.1}
 
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