Ellen White and the Loud Cry:

A concise compilation of Ellen G. White's testimony regarding the message of righteousness by faith that was presented by Jones and Waggoner at the 1888 General Conference session. She clarifies what the message was, why it was rejected, and its purpose. She also offers information about the messengers.


Footprints of Faith, by David Paulson:

Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. Thank you for playing an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.


Guide to Christian Perfection, by Charles Fitch:

Is complete sanctification necessary in this life?  Is it even possible?  What does the Bible say regarding these issues?  These questions and more are answered in this book (provided all in audio) by a man whom Mrs. E. G. White says she saw in vision in heaven.


History of the Waldenses, by James A. Wylie:

In lands beyond the jurisdiction of Rome, there existed for many centuries bodies of Christians who remained almost wholly free from papal corruption. They were surrounded by heathenism, and in the lapse of ages were affected by its errors; but they continued to regard the Bible as the only rule of faith, and adhered to many of its truths. These Christians believed in the perpetuity of the law of God, and observed the Sabbath of the fourth commandment. Churches that held to this faith and practice, existed in Central Africa and among the Armenians of Asia.

But of those who resisted the encroachments of the papal power, the Waldenses stood foremost. For centuries the churches of Piedmont maintained their independence; but the time came at last when Rome demanded their submission. After ineffectual struggles against her tyranny, the leaders of these churches reluctantly acknowledged the supremacy of the power to which the whole world seemed bowing down. A considerable number, however, refused to yield to the authority of pope or prelate. They were determined to maintain their allegiance to God, and to preserve the purity and simplicity of their faith. A separation took place. Some of the protesters crossed the Alps, and raised the standard of truth in foreign lands. Others retired into the more secluded valleys among the mountains, and there maintained their freedom to worship God.

The religious belief of the Waldenses was founded upon the written word of God, the true system of Christianity, and was in marked contrast to the errors of Rome. But those herdsmen and vine-dressers, in their obscure retreats, shut away from the world, had not themselves arrived at the truth in opposition to the dogmas and heresies of the apostate church. Theirs was not a faith newly received. Their religious belief was their inheritance from their fathers. They contended for the faith of the apostolic church, --"the faith once delivered to the saints." {4SP 69}

Now for the first time in audio, listen to the stories of these heroes and faithful servants of God to whom we owe a great deal!


Last Day Events (Non-Conference Edition):

In this spiral bound book you will find over 200 pages of unpublished letters and manuscripts of E.G. White concerning the last days.

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Last Day Tokens, by John N. Loughborough:

“Prophecy not only foretells the manner and object of Christ's coming, but presents tokens by which men are to know when it is near. Said Jesus: "There shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars." Luke 21:25. "The sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars of heaven shall fall, and the powers that are in heaven shall be shaken. And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory." Mark 13:24-26. The revelator thus describes the first of the signs to precede the Second Advent: "There was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood." Revelation 6:12.  -The Great Controversy, page 304.

“These signs were witnessed before the opening of the nineteenth century.”  However, there were many more signs that are very rarely talked about or mentioned that occurred in the heavens during the years of the proclamation of the Second Advent of Christ.  This book relates the stories of those signs in the heavens which confirm the authenticity of the advent movement.  It talks about the origin of the aurora borealis and even describes a battle seen in the heavens.  It goes on to tell how these signs confirmed the believers in the second coming of Christ and encouraged them to preach His coming to the ends of the world.

Get this audio book now and be inspired to tell others about the soon return of Christ!


Lessons on Faith, by Alonzo T. Jones and Ellet J. Waggoner:

This is a compilation of articles and sermons given in the 1890's by Alonzo T. Jones and Ellet J. Waggoner on Righteousness by Faith. This is one of the best books (provided all in audio) on how to live a life of victory. It gives practical instruction on how to overcome sin.

Many hard to understand texts in the Bible book of Galatians are also clearly explained. Learn how you can be a victorious Christian!


The National Sunday Law, by Alonzo T. Jones:

A National Sunday Law is a question of national importance. The subjects of this book (provided all in audio) should never become secondary in the mind of any American citizen: the principles of the American Constitution, the proper relationship between religion and the State, the distinction between moral and civil law, the inalienable civil and religious rights of men. This book is a report of an argument made concerning the national Sunday bill that was introduced by Senator Blair in the 50th Congress.

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