Influence of . . .(Separate page)

      Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with the phrase . . .

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                The  phrase  Influence of  .  .  .  appears  4,025  times in the writings of Ellen G. White             See page on original site                  

               +      influence of an unbelieving companion   ( 4 )

                +       Influence of Evil Thoughts   ( 5 )

               +      Influence of False Teachers   (   )   GC 593.1

               +      Influence of grace   ( 6 )     >    Influence of the Grace of God  (  )

               +      Influence of Health Reform    >    Influence of Coffee

               +      influence of his example   ( 5 )      ►    influence of their example  ( 5 )  

               +      influence of the world  ( 79 )   >   yielded to the influence of the world  (  )

 

           influence  of  the   Holy  Spirit            

                   Influence of the Holy Spirit    ( 361 )   >   Under the influence of the Holy Spirit   (80)
                                                                       >   against the influence of the Holy Spirit  (  )

                +     Influence of the Holy Spirit   (page 934) 

                +     influence of the spirit of God       ►    Influence of the Divine Spirit  (  )

                +     influence of the truth upon . . .     (  )

 

           influences  of  .  .  .     

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Hearts that respond to the influence of the Holy Spirit are the channels through which God's blessing flows. Were those who served God removed from the earth, and His Spirit withdrawn from among men, this world would be left to desolation and destruction, the fruit of Satan's dominion. Though the wicked know it not, they owe even the blessings of this life to the presence, in the world, of God's people whom they despise and oppress. But if Christians are such in name only, they are like the salt that has lost its savor. They have no influence for good in the world. Through their misrepresentation of God they are worse than unbelievers.-- The Desire of Ages, p. 306.  {ChS 22.3}

 

Moses was not guilty of a great crime, as men would view the matter; his sin was one of common occurrence. The psalmist says that "he spake unadvisedly with his lips." Psalm 106:33. To human judgment this may seem a light thing; but if God dealt so severely with this sin in His most faithful and honored servant, He will not excuse it in others. The spirit of self-exaltation,  the disposition to censure our brethren, is displeasing to God. Those who indulge in these evils cast doubt upon the work of God, and give the skeptical an excuse for their unbelief. The more important one's position, and the greater his influence, the greater is the necessity that he should cultivate patience and humility.  Patriarchs and Prophets, page 420.4  Read entire Chapter 37

 

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