Ellen G. White’s Death – Cause and Date

Ellen G. White

Born (Birthday) November 26, 1827

Death Date July 16, 1915

Age of Death 87 years

Cause of Death Falling Accident

Place of Death Elmshaven, Deer Park, California, United States

Profession Religious Leader

The religious leader Ellen G. White died at the age of 87. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

American author and Christian leader who co-founded the Seventh Day Adventist church. She authored a number of important Christian writings, including the Conflict of the Ages series.

He family became involved with the Millerite movement when she was a child, and upon adolescence, she began receiving religious visions, which continued throughout her life.

When she was nine years old, she was struck in the face by a rock thrown by a classmate of hers. It disfigured her nose and put her in a coma for a few weeks.

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"The greatest want of the world is the want of men - men who will not be bought or sold; men who in their inmost souls are true and honest; men who do not fear to call sin by its right name; men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole; men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall."

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"If Christians will obey the instructions given to them by Christ and his inspired apostles, they will adorn the religion of the Bible, and save themselves much perplexity and severe trials, which they attribute to their afflictions in consequence of believing unpopular truth."

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"Action gives power. Entire harmony pervades the universe of God. All the heavenly beings are in constant activity; and the Lord Jesus, in His life work, has given an example for every one."

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"Ministers have received their wages, and some have their minds too much on their wages. They labor for wages, and lose sight of the sacredness and importance of the work."

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"God tests and proves us by the common occurrences of life. It is the little things which reveal the chapters of the heart."

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