Rebellion (Separate page)

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

                r e b e l l i o n           ( 22  RELATED  PHRASES )                             

            This  word  'Rebellion'  appears  xxx  times  in the writings of Ellen White                       See page on Original Site

           +     Rebellion against God     ( 159 )     >   Satan's rebellion against God
                                                                            >    Rebellion against Him   ( 27 )  

           +     Rebellion can never again arise   ( 5 )

           +     Rebellion will close    ( 4 )    >

           +     Lead others to Rebellion    (   )    ►   Leaders in rebellion  ( 5 )    >    Leader in rebellion  ( 5 )

           +     Open rebellion  ( 40 )    >     in open Rebellion  ( 27 )

           +     Persisted in Rebellion   ( 4 )   

                                Rebellion  of  .  .  .        ( appears xxx times )                                     

                     +      Rebellion of the heart   ( 8 )

                     +      Rebellion of Korah   ( 19 )    ►  Rebellion of Dathan and Abriram
                                     Entire Chapter called, The Great Rebellion  ( Testimonies, Volume 3 )

                     +      Rebellion of Satan  (  )

                     +      Rebellion of the people  ( 4 )   [ at Kadesh ]

 

                                .  .  .   of  rebellion     ( appears xxx times )                                     

                      +     Malignity of Rebellion   (  )

                      +     Results of Rebellion   ( 6 )      >    Consequences of rebellion  ( 1 )

                      +     Triumph of rebellion   ( 2 )

                      +     Stubbornness to Rebellion   (   )

 

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Saul had had the most ample proof that Samuel was divinely inspired. His venturing to disregard the command of God through the prophet was against the dictates of reason and sound judgment. His fatal presumption must be attributed to satanic sorcery. Saul had manifested great zeal in suppressing idolatry and witchcraft; yet in his disobedience to the divine command he had been actuated by the same spirit of opposition to God and had been as really inspired by Satan as are those who practice sorcery; and when reproved, he had added stubbornness to rebellion. He could have offered no greater insult to the Spirit of God had he openly united with idolaters.   Patriarchs and Prophets 635.3

 

Satan stood in amazement at his new condition. His happiness was gone. He looked upon the angels who, with him, were once so happy, but who had been expelled from heaven with him. Before their fall not a shade of discontent had marred their perfect bliss. Now all seemed changed. Countenances which had reflected the image of their Maker were gloomy and despairing. Strife, discord, and bitter recrimination were among them. Previous to their rebellion these things had been unknown in heaven. Satan now beheld the terrible results of his rebellion. He shuddered, and feared to face the future and to contemplate the end of these things. {SR 24.3} 

 

                                                                                  Rebellion                                                                  

 

The early Christians were often called to meet the powers of darkness face to face. By sophistry and by persecution the enemy endeavored to turn them from the true faith. At the present time, when the end of all things earthly is rapidly approaching, Satan is putting forth desperate efforts to ensnare the world. He is devising many plans to occupy minds and to divert attention from the truths essential to salvation. In every city his agencies are busily organizing into parties those who are opposed to the law of God. The archdeceiver is at work to introduce elements of confusion and rebellion, and men are being fired with a zeal that is not according to knowledge.  {AA 219.2}

 

For forty years did unbelief, murmuring, and rebellion shut out ancient Israel from the land of Canaan. The same sins have delayed the entrance of modern Israel into the heavenly Canaan. In neither case were the promises of God at fault. It is the unbelief, the worldliness, unconsecration, and strife among the Lord's professed people that have kept us in this world of sin and sorrow so many years.-- Manuscript 4, 1883.  {Ev 696.2}

 

                                                                                                              

 

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