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                  D  A  N  G  E  R                         (  15  RELATED  PHRASES )               

              The  word "Danger"  appears  5,515  times  in  the  writings  of  Ellen G. White                          Original webpage does not open                                         Related phrases

      +     Constant danger  ( 107 )   >     Constant danger ( 107 )

    +++     Danger signal  ( 79 )   >   Danger signals  ( 6 )       see favorite quotes below

      +    Great danger  (  )   +++   Greatest danger  ( 77 )    

      +    Danger of . . .  (  )   +++   danger of rejecting  ( 20 )   >  danger of rejecting light  (  9 )

                                           +  the danger of cherishing an unforgiving spirit      ( see Favorites below )

      +     In danger of  . . . ( 1,069 )    +  In danger of doing wrong  ( 4 )     In danger of doing wrong ( 4 )

                                    +  In danger of losing  ( 67 )      In danger of losing ( 67 )   +  when you are in danger

      +    In the face of danger  (  )    see favorites below

      +    I have seen the danger  ( 5 )     I have seen the Danger ( 5 )


     +++    time of danger  ( 34 )   >   every time of danger  ( 6 )    

        +   Dangers  (  )  ---   Dangers from within ( 5 )


                                               D A n g e r o u s                                                                                                      

    The  word   "dangerous"   appears  1,279  times in the writings of Ellen G. White 

      +++     Dangerous enemy  (  )                    


      +++    Most dangerous  ( 116 )        [ see most dangerous snares  ]


Converts to the new faith were rapidly increasing, and both Pharisees and Sadducees agreed that if these new 
teachers were suffered to go unchecked, their own influence would be in greater danger than when Jesus was upon the earth. Accordingly, the captain of the temple, with the help of a number of Sadducees, arrested Peter and John, and put them in prison, as it was too late that day for them to be examined. { AA 60.5} 


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  I was shown our danger, as a people, of becoming assimilated to the world rather than to the image of Christ. We are now upon the very borders of the eternal world, but it is the purpose of the adversary of souls to lead us to put far off the close of time. Satan will in every conceivable manner assail those who profess to be the commandment-keeping people of God and to be waiting for the second appearing of our Saviour in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. He will lead as many as possible to put off the evil day and become in spirit like the world, imitating its customs. I felt alarmed as I saw that the spirit of the world was controlling the hearts and minds of many who make a high profession of the truth. Selfishness and self-indulgence are cherished by them, but true godliness and sterling integrity are not cultivated.  { CCh 83.1} 


In this dark and trying hour the company of Lystrian believers, who through the ministry of Paul and Barnabas had been converted to the faith of Jesus, remained loyal and true. The unreasoning opposition and cruel persecution by their enemies served only to confirm the faith of these devoted brethren; and now, in the face of danger and scorn, they showed their loyalty by gathering sorrowfully about the form of him whom they believed to be dead. { AA 184.1} 


  If the children of God, especially those who stand in positions of responsibility, can be led to take to themselves the glory that is due to God, Satan exults. He has gained a victory. It was thus that he fell. Thus he is most successful in tempting others to ruin. It is to place us on our guard against his devices that God has given in His word so many lessons teaching the danger of self-exaltation. There is not an impulse of our nature, not a faculty of the mind or an inclination of the heart, but needs to be, moment by moment, under the control of the Spirit of God. There is not a blessing which God bestows upon man, nor a trial which He permits to befall him, but Satan both can and will seize upon it to tempt, to harass and destroy the soul, if we give him the least advantage. Therefore however great one’s spiritual light, however much he may enjoy of the divine favor and blessing, he should ever walk humbly before the Lord, pleading in faith that God will direct every thought and control every impulse. { Patriarchs and Prophets, page 421.1}  and  LDE 65.3
   Today God is seeking for souls among the high as well as the lowly. There are many like Cornelius, men whom the Lord desires to connect with His work in the world. Their sympathies are with the Lord’s people, but the ties that bind them to the world hold them firmly. It requires moral courage for them to take their position for Christ. Special efforts should be made for these souls, who are in so great danger, because of their responsibilities and associations. { AA 139.4} 


  Then He showed the true ground upon which forgiveness is to be granted and the danger of cherishing an unforgiving spirit. In a parable He told of a king's dealing with the officers who administered the affairs of his government. Some of these officers were in receipt of vast sums of money belonging to the state. As the king investigated their administration of this trust, there was brought before him one man whose account showed a debt to his lord for the immense sum of ten thousand talents. He had nothing to pay, and according to the custom, the king ordered him to be sold, with all that he had, that payment might be made. But the terrified man fell at his feet and besought him, saying, "Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. Then the lord of that servant was moved with compassion, and loosed him, and forgave him the debt.  {COL 243.2}   Read entire Chapter 19


  The time is at hand when there will be sorrow in the world that no human balm can heal. The Spirit of God is being withdrawn. Disasters by sea and by land follow one another in quick succession. How frequently we hear of earthquakes and tornadoes, of destruction by fire and flood, with great loss of life and property! Apparently these calamities are capricious outbreaks of disorganized, unregulated forces of nature, wholly beyond the control of man; but in them all, God’s purpose may be read. They are among the agencies by which He seeks to arouse men and women to a sense of their danger. { PK 277.1} 


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