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Phrase - God's Way (separate page with 36 phrases)
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Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with . . .
 
36  Phrases  related  to   GOD's  WAY   ( 245 )
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Oh that my people had hearkened unto me, and Isreal has walked in my ways.  
Psalm 81: 13
 
 God's Way is . . .    (27)     >     God's Way is always right (best)
 God's Way of bringing . . . advancement    ( 3 )
+    Losing sight of God's Way   ( 4 )   >   Lose sight of God and His manner
  God's appointed way  ( 55 )   >   Work in God's appointed way
See also  The Way of the Lord   ( 879 )    and    the ways of God   (  )
 
.  .  . God's  Way
   This is God's way   ( 4 )   
   Accept God's Way   ( 4 )      >     Choose God's Way   ( 3 )
+     Depart for God's way  (  )   see favorite below
+      Follow God's Way    ( 6 )      >    refuse to follow God's way
+      in God's way  (  )    >    made in God's way  ( under construction )
    Know God's Way     ( 9 )      >    Seek to Know God's Way
                                                         >    Not Seeking God's Way    (2)
+      Our way to God's Way   ( 3 )    >    Your way to God's Way   ( 3 )
+      Submit to God's Way    ( 7 )
+      His  Way    ( 345 )      >   Choose His way   ( 10 )     >     Keep His Way   (12)
 
In  God's  Way
+      Act in God's Way       ( 3 )      >    Do it in God's Way   ( 6 )
    made in God's Way
   Walk in God's Way    ( 10 )
   Work in God's Way    ( 5 )        >    That is God's Way of working
 
God's  Will  and  God's  Way
+    God's Way and God's Will   ( 7 )    >  God's Will and God's Way    (13)      
+     Divinely Prescribed Way   ( 2 )
 
 Not  God's  Way
+       Not God's Way    ( 16 )      >     Not God's Way of working 
     Instead of God's Way    ( 12 )    >    Satan's Way instead of God's Way
 
  
          My personal favorite
 
 Dealing With Wrongs in God's Way -- God is not pleased with the slothful work done in the churches. He expects His stewards to be true and faithful in giving reproof and correction. They are to expel wrong after the rule God has given in His Word, not according to their own ideas and impulses. No harsh means must be used, no unfair, hasty, impulsive work done. The efforts made to cleanse the church from moral uncleanness must be made in God's way. There must be no partiality, no hypocrisy. There must be no favorites, whose sins are regarded as less sinful than those of others. Oh, how much we all need the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Then we shall always work with the mind of Christ, with kindness, compassion, and sympathy, showing love for the sinner while hating sin with a perfect hatred.-- Manuscript 8a, 1888.  {Evangelism, page 368.4}
 
 
We have often been grieved to meet this same spirit of self-justification in those who profess in this day to be doing the will of God, while they are living in transgression of his holy law. Those who depart from God’s way to follow their own way, refuse to acknowledge their perversity and sin when reproved by the servants of God. As did Saul, so do these stubbornly fortify themselves in their rebellion, that they may hold fast to their errors and defects. God’s voice is heard, saying, “This is the way, walk ye in it;” but they have wandered on forbidden ground, and in place of making full and free confession they do everything that is possible to make it appear that they are rebuked without cause, and are innocent of the charges brought against them. In this way they make God out a liar. The displeasure of the Lord is kindled against them; and unless they repent, and turn to him, his wrath will certainly fall upon them. “For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.” { ST June 22, 1888, par. 9 }
 
 
the  ways  of  God
+     the  ways  of  God   ( 71 )   >  
►    the work and ways of God  ( 3 )   >   works and ways of God  ( 13 )  (  )
David's conclusion that Saul would certainly accomplish his murderous purpose was formed without the counsel of God. Even while Saul was plotting and seeking to accomplish his destruction, the Lord was working to secure David the kingdom. God works out His plans, though to human eyes they are veiled in mystery. Men cannot understand the ways of God; and, looking at appearances, they interpret the trials and tests and provings that God permits to come upon them as things that are against them, and that will only work their ruin. Thus David looked on appearances, and not at the promises of God. He doubted that he would ever come to the throne. Long trials had wearied his faith and exhausted his patience.  Patriarchs and Prophets, page 672.2

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