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                          The word  'Offering'  appears  2,658  times  in the writings of EGW                                   

    Phrases with the word offering:

              +      Offering of . . .  (  )   +   offering of Ananias and Sapphira  (  )

              +      Great offering  (  )

              +      offering sacrifice  (  )     +   offering sacrifices  (  )

              +      offering for sin  (  )

              +      offering to the Lord  (  )


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                   The word  'offerings'  appears 2,207  times  in the writings of EGW 


              +      Sacrificial offerings  ( 241 )

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     The disappointment that the Lystrians had suffered in being refused the privilege of offering sacrifice to the apostles, prepared them to turn against Paul and Barnabas with an enthusiasm approaching that with which they had hailed them as gods. Incited by the Jews, they planned to attack the apostles by force. The Jews charged them not to allow Paul an opportunity to speak, alleging that if they were to grant him this privilege, he would bewitch the people. { AA 183.2} 


  The Spirit is given as a regenerating agency, to make effectual the salvation wrought by the death of our Redeemer. The Spirit is constantly seeking to draw the attention of men to the great offering that was made on the cross of Calvary, to unfold to the world the love of God, and to open to the convicted soul the precious things of the Scriptures. { AA 52.4} 


   But the hearts of men become hardened through selfishness, and, like Ananias and Sapphira, they are tempted to withhold part of the price, while pretending to fulfill God’s requirements. Many spend money lavishly in self-gratification. Men and women consult their pleasure and gratify their taste, while they bring to God, almost unwillingly, a stinted offering. They forget that God will one day demand a strict account of how His goods have been used, and that He will no more accept the pittance they hand into the treasury than He accepted the offering of Ananias and Sapphira. { AA 75.2} 



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