Liberty (Separate page)

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

                  l i b e r t y     (  10  RELATED  PHRASES )                     

           The word "Liberty"  appears 1,796  times in the writings of Ellen White                        See page on Original website                                                           Other phrases with this word:

         +    Liberty is . . .  ( 26 )      

         +    Liberty to Go    (  )   >    liberty to do  (  )

         +    Liberty to receive  (  )

         +    Great Liberty  (  )

         +    perfect Liberty  (  )

         +    proclaim Liberty  (  )

         +    Religious Liberty  ( separate page )

                                        Liberty  of   .  .  .     ( appears  - -  times )                                          

                  +    Liberty of conscience   ( 74 )

                  +    Liberty of the soul   (  )     ►            
                  +        ( 5 )                     Great Controversy Chapter 35 -  Liberty of Consience Threatened

                                             . . .  o f   l i b e r t y                                                                                  

         +    Law of Liberty   (  )   



                                         a t    l i b e r t y                                                                                                                         

      +       at Liberty  (  )     +   Not at Liberty  (  )

      +       Feel at Liberty  (  )   >

      +       Set at Liberty  (  )

      +       (  )     [ see favorite below ]


                                       l i b e r t y  ( see freedom )                                                                   

      +      restricting religious Liberty   [ see Favorites ]

      +    Deprive of Liberty (  )   >   Deprived of Liberty  (  )

      +     Proclaim liberty  (  )



                     My  personal  favorites


  It is our duty to do all in our power to avert the threatened danger. We should endeavor to disarm prejudice by placing ourselves in a proper light before the people. We should bring before them the real question at issue, thus interposing the most effectual protest against measures to restrict liberty of conscience.Testimonies for the Church 5:452. { ChS 162.2} 



  The principle for which the disciples stood so fearlessly when, in answer to the command not to speak any more in the name of Jesus, they declared, “Whether it be right in the sight of God to hearken unto you more than unto God, judge ye,” is the same that the adherents of the gospel struggled to maintain in the days of the Reformation. When in 1529 the German princes assembled at the Diet of Spires, there was presented the emperor’s decree restricting religious liberty, and prohibiting all further dissemination of the reformed doctrines. It seemed that the hope of the world was about to be crushed out. Would the princes accept the decree? Should the light of the gospel be shut out from the multitudes still in darkness? Mighty issues for the world were at stake. Those who had accepted the reformed faith met together, and their unanimous decision was, “Let us reject this decree. In matters of conscience the majority has no power.”—Merle d’Aubigne, History of the Reformation, b. 13, ch. 5. { AA 68.1} 


  It is true there is an indignation that is justifiable, even in the followers of Christ. When they see that God is dishonored, and His service brought into disrepute, when they see the innocent oppressed, a righteous indignation stirs the soul. Such anger, born of sensitive morals, is not a sin. But those who at any supposed provocation feel at liberty to indulge anger or resentment are opening the heart to Satan. Bitterness and animosity must be banished from the soul if we would be in harmony with heaven. { DA 310.4} 


  The only condition upon which the freedom of man is possible is that of becoming one with Christ. “The truth shall make you free;” and Christ is the truth. Sin can triumph only by enfeebling the mind, and destroying the liberty of the soul. Subjection to God is restoration to one’s self,—to the true glory and dignity of man. The divine law, to which we are brought into subjection, is “the law of liberty.” James 2:12. { DA 466.5} 


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