A Brief Exposition of the Angels of Revelation 14, by James S. White


Bible Studies on the Book of Romans, by Ellet J. Waggoner:

The Book of Romans is one of the most wonderful in the Bible. In sixteen study lessons (provided all in audio), we shall touch upon the general outline of that book. We expect to find things we cannot understand, even as we cannot understand how the infinite God upholds the universe by the word of His power. From Bible Studies On The Book Of Romans, pg. 108:

“Perhaps some in the audience have not realized the fact that the lessons we have been studying for the last dozen evenings on the book of Romans, have been nothing but the third angel’s message. I wish to show you this evening that the third angel’s message is all summed up in the preaching of the apostle Paul, as described in 1 Corinthians 2:2. ‘For I determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ, and Him crucified.’ That was all that Paul preached, and that which he preached was powerful. He says, ‘And I, brethren, when I came to you, came not with excellency of speech or of wisdom, declaring unto you the testimony of God.…And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing words of man’s wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power.'"


Christ and His Righteousness, by Ellet J. Waggoner:

What is the true meaning of Righteousness by Faith?  How can this be practically applied to our lives?  Are we bound to continue in this round of sinning and repenting, sinning and repenting forever?  This book gives practical answers for these questions and more. You will be blessed by the answers.


Christ our Righteousness, by William W. Prescott


Come out of Her My People, by Charles Fitch


A Call to Stand Apart:

A Call to Stand Apart is for the twenty-first century. It deals with issues faced by contemporary young adults, drawing together a variety of previously published material of enduring relevance that has been transformed by modern language paraphrase.

In this volume the most widely translated female author of all time offers inspired counsel on relationships, health, social justice, careers, the authority of Scripture, and salvation. Each chapter is prefaced by the testimony of a young adult who has been positively influenced by Ellen White and would like to pass that inspiration on to others.

Join the missions of readers whose lives have been transformed by the call to "stand for the right though the heavens fall" and make an eternal difference in their world.


A Word to the Little Flock:

The first booklet written (provided all in audio) and published by the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. This remarkable document, issued during the critical four-year period between the Great Disappointment of October 22, 1844, and the memorable Sabbath conferences of 1848, gives an insight into the experiences and thinking of our pioneers in their earnest efforts to discover their position and work and to ascertain what the future held for the believers and the world.


Counsels on Sabbath School Work:

All the time a Sabbath school leader has to make a lasting impression on minds exposed to many hours of secular indoctrination by the media each week. To help make the most of that hour is the purpose of this book (provided all in audio).

The author provides inspired instruction on the qualifications of a teacher, appropriate attitudes, methods of teaching, discipline, gaining respect, encouraging generosity, meeting controversy, and many other practical topics. Rather than merely conveying information, the Spirit-controlled teacher may impart a spark of holy fire, making the Bible come alive so that its principles are reproduced in the life. This book explains how to achieve that result make the Sabbath school a soul-winning agency.

Counsels on Sabbath School Work incorporates the instruction by Ellen G. White recorded in Testimonies on Sabbath School Work as well as added counsel pertaining to this line of activity which has appeared since then in her writings. Teacher training classes will find it an essential part of their source material, and every church member may study it with great profit.


Counsels to Teachers, Parents and Students:

First published in 1913, it brings to view the principles and methods of presenting a Christian education to today's children. The responsibilities and duties of parents, counsel to guide teachers in their work, and practical instruction for children and youth are clearly presented. Contents include: The Aim of Our Schools, The Home School, The Church School, The Teacher and the Work, Study and Labor, Recreation, The Bible in Education and the Holy Spirit in Our Schools.



In today's highly competitive world, education is considered to be the deciding factor for success and prosperity, yet it has obviously failed to produce peace and morality. Children are growing up with no respect for their fellow beings. Nations are on the brink of disaster and ruin unless crime and immorality are not soon restrained. History clearly reveals our mistakes, yet mandated reform by government authority has only produced rebellion and violence. Are there no answers to this dilemma?

This author clearly reveals that, Love, the basis of creation and of redemption, is the basis of true education. Simply put, changes that last are those that are motivated by unselfish love.

Each of us must face the realistic circumstances of daily life, it's failures and defeats as well as its responsibilities and opportunities for success. How essential therefore that we prepare ourselves mentally, especially during childhood, to meet these experiences from a perspective based upon Godly principles! Principles that recognize God as the source of all wisdom and the great teacher of true education.


Welfare Ministry:

This compilation brings together statements on poverty and also inspires ministry to the sick and underprivileged.

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