Comprehension (Separate page)

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

            c o m p r e h e n s i o n         ( 15  RELATED  PHRASES )               

This  word  appears  xxx  times  in  the  writings  of  Ellen G. White    See page from original website

        +       Human Comprehension     ( 17 )  

        +       imperfect comprehension   ( 5 )

        +      Beyond  Comprehension     >    Beyond Human Comprehension  (  )

                         >    Beyond the comprehension of . . .    ( 28 )

                         >    Beyond their comprehension   ( 11 )

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                                         C O M P R E H E N D                                               

  The word  Comprehend  appears 1,831 times in the writings of Ellen G. White

         +     Comprehend, as never before   ( 7 )

            Comprehend God    ( 19 )     >     Cannot comprehend God  (  )

         +     Comprehend God's word   (  )

         +    comprehend the mysteries of salvation   ( 3 )

         +    Comprehend the Truth   ( 32 )      >     Comprehending the Truth  ( 9 )

         +     Comprehend the wisdom of God   ( 5 )

         +     Comprehend the value of the atonement  (  )

         +     fully comprehend  (  )   >    do not fully comprehend  (  )

 

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         +     incomprehensible   ( 100 )       >     Incomprehensible Love

         +     can not comprehend  (  )    >   do not comprehend  (  )

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No truth is more clearly taught in the Bible than that God by His Holy Spirit especially directs His servants on earth in the great movements for the carrying forward of the work of salvation.  Men are instruments in the hand of God, employed by Him to accomplish His purposes of grace and mercy. Each has his part to act; to each is granted a measure of light, adapted to the necessities of his time, and sufficient to enable him to perform the work which God has given him to do. But no man, however honored of Heaven, has ever attained to a full understanding of the great plan of redemption, or even to a perfect appreciation of the divine purpose in the work for his own time. Men do not fully understand what God would accomplish by the work which He gives them to do; they do not comprehend, in all its bearings, the message which they utter in His name.  Great Controversy, page 343.2   Read entire chapter 19

 

God has permitted a flood of light to be poured upon the world in both science and art; but when professedly scientific men treat upon these subjects from a merely human point of view, they will assuredly come to wrong conclusions. It may be innocent to speculate beyond what God's word has revealed, if our theories do not contradict facts found in the Scriptures; but those who leave the word of God, and seek to account for His created works upon scientific principles, are drifting without chart or compass upon an unknown ocean. The greatest minds, if not guided by the word of God in their research, become bewildered in their attempts to trace the relations of science and revelation. Because the Creator and His works are so far beyond their comprehension that they are unable to explain them by natural laws, they regard Bible history as unreliable. Those who doubt the reliability of the records of the Old and New Testaments, will be led to go a step further, and doubt the existence of God; and then, having lost their anchor, they are left to beat about upon the rocks of infidelity.  Patriarchs and Prophets, page 113.4

 

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