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the word  Lesson  appears  3,314   times in the published writings of Ellen White
the word  Lessons  appears  4,968  times in the published writings of Ellen White
+      Great Lesson (  )     +    Greatest Lesson 
+      important lesson  (  )  >  important lesson for all  (  )  see quote below
+      Object lesson  ( 226 )   >  object lesson of health and prosperity  ( 3 )
                                   See  Object Lessons
 ( below )
+     precious lesson  (  )    >   most precious lesson
+     Teach a lesson (  )        >   Teach all a lesson  
+      a lesson hard to learn  (  3  )
+      lesson of vital importance  ( 4 )
+     we must learn the lesson of . . .
lesson  for . . .
+     Lesson for God's people  ( 9 )   >   lesson is for God's messengers  ( 4 )
+      a lesson for us   (  )
+     Lesson for all ages  (  )
+     Great Lessons of Life  (  )    >   Lessons of great value   ( 7 )
+      Learn the lessons  (  )    see favorites below
+      object lessons  (  )
+     precious lessons  ( 263 )   >   precious lessons from His Word
+     Lessons of the Old Testiment  (  )
+     Lessons of trust   ( 15 )    >   precious lessons of trust  ( 4 )
Lessons  from  Christ
+     Lessons in the School of Christ  ( 66 )
+     Lessons to be learned from Christ
+     Lessons to be learned from  ( 17 )   

          My personal favorite
Science and history cannot of themselves make men wise unto salvation; but through the aid of the Holy Spirit, which, in answer to prayer, will be given to guide into all truth, science and history may be made use of as a clear, definite light, blending with that of the written, inspired word. There are lessons to be learned from the history of the past; and attention is called to these, that all may understand that God works on the same lines now that He ever has done. His hand is seen in His work and among the nations now, just the same as it has been ever since the gospel was first proclaimed to Adam in Eden.  {BEcho, August 26, 1895 par. 10}
The story of Hezekiah’s failure to prove true to his trust at the time of the visit of the ambassadors is fraught with an important lesson for all. Far more than we do, we need to speak of the precious chapters in our experience, of the mercy and loving-kindness of God, of the matchless depths of the Saviour’s love. When mind and heart are filled with the love of God, it will not be difficult to impart that which enters into the spiritual life. Great thoughts, noble aspirations, clear perceptions of truth, unselfish purposes, yearnings for piety and holiness, will find expression in words that reveal the character of the heart treasure.  Prophets and Kings, page 347.3  Read entire chapter 29
Here Jesus taught an important lesson that should be received by all who profess his name to the end of time. It was this: That even the heathen, who live according to the best light they have, doing right so far as they are able to distinguish right from wrong, are regarded with greater favor by God than those who, having great light, make high pretensions to godliness, but whose daily lives contradict their profession. Thus Jesus stood before the Jews, calmly revealing their secret thoughts, and pressing home upon them the bitter truth of their unrighteousness. Every word cut like a knife as their corrupt lives and wicked unbelief were laid before them. They now scorned the faith and reverence with which Jesus had at first inspired them, and they refused to acknowledge that this man, who had sprung from poverty and lowliness, was other than a common man. They would own no king who came unattended by riches and honor, and who stood not at the head of imposing legions. { 2SP 113.3 } { 4Red 7.1 } 
The pride of Assyria and its fall are to serve as an object lesson to the end of time. Of the nations of earth today who in arrogance and pride array themselves against Him, God inquires, “To whom art thou thus like in glory and in greatness among the trees of Eden? yet shalt thou be brought down with the trees of Eden unto the nether parts of the earth.” Verse 18.  Prophets and Kings. page 366.1   Read entire chapter 30
.  .  . The time was rapidly approaching when Jerusalem was to be utterly destroyed and the inhabitants of the land carried captive to Babylon, there to learn the lessons they had refused to learn under circumstances more favorable.  Prophets and Kings, page 405.2  Read entire Chapter 33
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