Christian (Separate page)

            C H r i s t i a n          (  20  RELATED  WORDS  AND  PHRASES )                    

                  The  word Church appears  10,999 times in the published writings of EGW    - -  The word Christians appear 5,039 times and Christianity appears 1,296 times         See page on the original site

        +     Real Christian   ( 14 )     >       Genuine Christian   ( 50 )

        +     Christian Era     ( 14 ) 
   Christian Excellence  ( 16 )     >    Standard of Christian excellence                 

        +    Christian Fellowship   (  )                          
   The Christian Life   (  )     >    The Christian Life is . . .      

        +    Christian perfection  (  )   >   attaining Christian perfection  (see quote below )

        +     Christian Religion    ( 129 )     >    Power in the Christian Religion

        +    Christian spirit  ( 20 )    ►    true  Christian spirit  ( 6 )

        +    Every Christian . . .     ►    Every Christian will .  .  .   ( 14  )     >      Every Christian is . . . 

   - - -   Christian  Character

            +     Elements of the Christian Character

            +     Christian character is attained when . . .     (  )

            +     Perfected Christian Character(s)   ( 8 )

+     Christian Experience   ( 500 )    ►    Lessons in Christian Experience  
Those who are trying to purify their souls through obedience to the truth, yet who have had no opportunity of making special efforts and sacrifices for Christ and his cause, should find consolation in the thought that it is not necessarily the self-surrender of the martyr that is the most acceptable to God; it may not be the missionary whose life has been one of trial and endurance, that stands highest in heaven’s record; but that the Christian who is such in his private life, in his daily struggle with self, in the control of his passions, in cleanness of purpose, in purity of thought, in patience, meekness, and long-suffering under the test of provocation, in piety, in devotion, in holy faith and trust in God, in faithfulness in little things, representing in the home life the character of Jesus,—that such a one may be more precious in the sight of God than the man who goes as a missionary to heathen lands, or ascends the scaffold to die for his faith. { GW92 217.1 }


         Not  really  Christian

+     Christian in name only  ( 15 )

+     Nominal  Christian   (  )

 ++   Claim to be Christian  (  )    ++   Claiming to be Christian  (  )


   - -   Christian  Principle   /    Christian Principles

+    Christian principle    ( 32 )     >    Foundation of Christian principle  (  )

+    Christian Principles  ( 96 )


       My personal favorites

   Only those who have been diligent students of the Scriptures and who have received the love of the truth will be shielded from the powerful delusion that takes the world captive. By the Bible testimony these will detect the deceiver in his disguise. To all the testing time will come. By the sifting of temptation the genuine Christian will be revealed. Are the people of God now so firmly established upon His word that they would not yield to the evidence of their senses? Would they, in such a crisis, cling to the Bible and the Bible only? Satan will, if possible, prevent them from obtaining a preparation to stand in that day. He will so arrange affairs as to hedge up their way, entangle them with earthly treasures, cause them to carry a heavy, wearisome burden, that their hearts may be overcharged with the cares of this life and the day of trial may come upon them as a thief.  Great Controversy, page  625.3


  Every Christian is a standard-bearer of righteous principles. Let there be no lowering of the standard, no countenancing of wrong movements. It was while men slept that the enemy sowed tares among the wheat. It is the unwatchful, sleeping condition of God's servants that implicates them with their associates in guilt. The only way to escape being an unfaithful watchman is to watch and not allow to continue the evils that can be checked. To sustain by silence a work that God cannot approve is to abet Satan's work, and this results in the loss of souls. No one should be at ease until he has done all that it is possible for him to do to counterwork evil.  {16MR 3.2}


   Purity of life and a character molded after the divine Pattern are not obtained without earnest effort and fixed principles. A vacillating person will not succeed in attaining Christian perfection. Such will be weighed in the balances and found wanting. Like a roaring lion, Satan is seeking for his prey. He tries his wiles upon every unsuspecting youth. . . . Satan tells the young that there is time enough yet, that they may indulge in sin and vice this once and never again; but that one indulgence will poison their whole life. Do not once venture on forbidden ground. In this perilous day of evil, when allurements to vice and corruption are on every hand, let the earnest, heartfelt cry of the young be raised to heaven: "Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way?" And may his ears be open and his heart inclined to obey the instruction given in the answer, "By taking heed thereto, according to thy word."  {CG 466.2}


  O if men in exalted positions only knew their weakness and God's strength and sufficiency and fullness, they would pray most earnestly let thy word be my counselor. I tell all who have any connection with our institutions, Take counsel with sanctified reason, surrendered wholly to God. Then you will be guided by the Lord. Many of you have kept the truth far away from the citadel of the soul. A man can not continue in sin, and be a Christian. Christ always separates the contrite soul from sin. Men may labor in connection with the work of God as did Noah's carpenters, and yet resist the divine influences. The spirit of God is beckoning heavenward, to imperishable honors. The love of God pervading the soul possesses a re-created power through the Holy Spirit.  {1888 1387.2}






             C H r i s t i a n i t y                                     

              the word  'Christianity'  appears  1,296  times    ( separate page coming )

   Christianity and business, rightly understood, are not two separate things; they are one. Bible religion is to be brought into all that we do and say. Human and divine agencies are to combine in temporal as well as spiritual achievements. They are to be united in all human pursuits, in mechanical and agricultural labors, in mercantile and scientific enterprises.  {CT 277.2}






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