Wrong (Separate page)

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

                 w r o n g        (  37  RELATED  PHRASES )                     

                       The  word  'Wrong'  appears  6,282  times in the published writings of EGW          See page on Original site

         +    Wrong act  ( 60 )   >   every wrong act  (  )    >   wrong course of action  ( 137 )

         +    Wrong-doing   ( see below )

         +    Wrong example  ( 61 )

         +    Wrong method  (  )    >   wrong methods  ( 14 )

         +    Wrong principles  ( 114 )

         +    Reprove wrong  ( 24 )    >   courage to reprove wrong  ( 7 )   >  courage to condemn wrong ( 3 )

                  >   reprove and rebuke wrong  ( 10 )     >   wrongs must be reproved  ( see wrongs )

                  >   correct the wrong  ( 19 )

         +   Discern right from wrong  ( 6 ) 

         +   Sanction wrong  ( 4 )   >  sanction wrong doing  ( ) 

                  >   Overlook wrong  ( 1 )   >  overlook the wrong  ( 1 )

         +    Wrongfully treated  ( 3 )    >   wrongfully accused  ( 8 )

       

 

                                        w r o n g     d o i n g                                                                                            

      +    Wrong-doing  ( 104 )      also     Wrong doing  ( 114 )

      +    Persist in wrongdoing  ( 8 )

      +    Wrong done  (  )    >   wrong done to the church   ( see favorites )

      +    Wrongdoers    >   wrongdoers need counsel and reproof  ( 2 )

      +    Wronged your neighbor  ( 2 )   >  hating your neighbor  ( 3 )

 

              w r o n g  s          (  3  RELATED  PHRASES )                     

                       The  word  'Wrongs'  appears  1,034  times in the published writings of EGW

           +    Search out wrongs  (  )

           +    Wrongs must be reproved  ( 5 )

           +    Wrongs of individuals  ( 8 )

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      My  personal  favorites

None of the apostles and prophets ever claimed to be without sin. Men who have lived the nearest to God, men who would sacrifice life itself rather than knowingly commit a wrong act, men whom God has honored with divine light and power, have confessed the sinfulness of their nature. They have put no confidence in the flesh, have claimed no righteousness of their own, but have trusted wholly in the righteousness of Christ.  { AA 561.1 } 

 

   When Peter, at a later date, visited Antioch, he won the confidence of many by his prudent conduct toward the
Gentile converts. For a time he acted in accordance with the light given from heaven. He so far overcame his natural prejudice as to sit at table with the Gentile converts. But when certain Jews who were zealous for the ceremonial law, came from Jerusalem, Peter injudiciously changed his deportment toward the converts from paganism. A number of the Jews “dissembled likewise with him; insomuch that Barnabas also was carried away with their dissimulation.” This revelation of weakness on the part of those who had been respected and loved as leaders, left a most painful impression on the minds of the Gentile believers. The church was threatened with division. But Paul, who saw the subverting influence of the wrong done to the church through the double part acted by Peter, openly rebuked him for thus disguising his true sentiments. In the presence of the church, Paul inquired of Peter, “If thou, being a Jew, livest after the manner of Gentiles, and not as do the Jews, why compellest thou the Gentiles to live as do the Jews?” Galatians 2:13, 14.  { AA 197.3} 

 

 

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