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"No lie can live forever." Thomas Carlyle

An Index of Longest Phrases in
The Desire of Ages


(nothing less than three words in a row are included)

      Typical author's caveat: all errors are, of course, mine. If you find any errors please let me know and I'll fix them.

Color Key
      Material in Ellen G. White that is an exact, word-for-word match to her alleged source.
      Material in Ellen G. White that is similar to her alleged source.
      Material that was mis-capitalized or mis-abbreviated in Rea.

    Chapter 1

      one with the Father, page 19; I found this phrase
      set up His tabernacle in the midst of, page 23
      pitched His tent, page 23
      make us familiar with His, page 23

    Chapter 2 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 3

      the language of literature, page 32
      thirsting for a knowledge of, page 32
      of the Hebrew economy, page 33
      The Messenger of the covenant, page 34
      unto the fathers, page 34
      The fullness of, page 34
      between earth and heaven, page 34
      wear out the, page 35
      the temple of God,, page 35
      a monopoly of, page 36
      victims of satanic cruelty, page 36
      become the habitation of, page 36
      What a spectacle for Infinite, page 36
      struck its roots, page 37
      the inhabitants of the earth, page 37
      sent His Son, page 37
      to save it., page 37
      the Son of God came, page 37; I found this phrase
      through every hour,, page 37
      when the fullness of, page 37

    Chapter 4 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

      of God had been, page 43; I found this phrase

    Chapter 5

      forty days after the birth of, page 50
      the roll of the first-born, page 52
      strong as death, His love, page 57
      provided that if the, page 50
      the sprit of prophecy, page 55
      to be wrought out, page 51
      Joseph and Mary, page 50
      the Jewish law, page 50
      the destroying angel, page 51
      man and woman, page 52
      before the altar, page 52
      it back to, page 52
      he inscribed the, page 52
      in his arms, page 52
      greater than Moses, page 52
      Son of God, page 55
      enters the temple page 55
      heaven, he says,, page 55
      stronger than death, page 57

    Chapter 6 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I have found the following phrases:

      in the heavens, page 60
      and after a season, page 60
      knowledge of the, page 61
      the chief priests and the scribes,, page 61
      the place of the Messiah's birth, page 62
      invited the magi to a private interview, page 62
      in his heart,, page 62
      of the wise men from the East,, page 64

    Chapter 7 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I have found the following phrases:

      From the first dawning of, page 70
      childhood, youth, and, page 71

    Chapter 8

      spend a thoughtful hour, page 83
      the lesson of penitence, page 83; I found this phrase
      at the foot of the cross, page 83; I found this phrase

    Chapter 9 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 10

      up to Jerusalem, page 97
      twice a year, page 97
      of each course, page 97
      the prayers of Israel, page 97
      doubt of the, page 99
      he could not utter a word, page 99
      as a Nazarite from his birth,, page 102
      a leather girdle, page 102
      In his manner and dress, page 104
      risen from the dead., page 104
      heart and life, page 104
      Persons of all, page 105
      Many of the, page 105
      their sins, and, page 105
      high opinion of, page 105

    Chapter 11 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of the following phrases:

      the meek and, page 112
      the power of prayer, page 113

    Chapter 12 -- none present

    Chapter 13

      The eyes of Jesus, page 129 -- this does not reflect the fact that the alleged source uses the wording for a different scene.

    Chapter 14

      had passed over, page 132
      The high priest, page 133
      They were to be without, page 133
      Their place of, page 133
      a deputation of priests and Levites to, page 133
      at the baptism, page 136
      The deputies from Jerusalem, page 136
      to the Sanhedrin., page 136
      on His return from the desert, page 137; I found this phrase
      the disciples of, page 137
      The next day, page 137
      John sees Jesus coming, page 137
      a simple personage, page 137
      Was this the, page 138
      example as well as, page 138
      on the Mount, page 138
      the lowly in life, page 138
      On the following day, while two, page 138
      disciples were standing near, page 138
      as he cried, page 138
      by the wayside, page 138
      among the throng, page 139
      Philip called him,, page 140
      it might be, page 140; I found this phrase
      of his disciples to Christ., page 141; I found this phrase
      on the ears of Jesus, page 142
      of the Jordan, page 142
      like a dove upon Me., page 142
      was but a, page 142
      faith shall be quickened, page 142
      You shall see, page 142
      The angels of God, page 142-3
      medium of communication, page 143

    Chapter 15 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 16

      the lowing of oxen, the bleating of sheep,, page 155
      the chinking of coin, page 155

    Chapter 17

      the cleansing of the temple, page 167; I found this phrase
      interview with Jesus, but, page 168; I found this phrase
      ruler of the Jews, page 168; I found this phrase
      baptize with the Holy, page 171; I found this phrase
      of the new birth,, page 171; I found this phrase
      the necessity of the new birth,, page 173
      the manner of its accomplishment, page 173
      At the very beginning of, page 176; I found this phrase
      for three years there was,page 176; I found this phrase

    Chapter 18 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 19 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of the following phrases:

      sat by the well, page 183
      A woman of Samaria approached, page 183
      a rival temple on Mount Gerizim, page 188
      accordance with the Mosaic, page 188
      forms of worship, page 188
      the faith of the Samaritans, page 189
      from the lips of the, page 190
      The wonderful revelation was, page 191
      errand to the well, page 191
      a prophet sent from God, page 193
      should the gathering of the people be, page 193
      of the earth, page 193
      Jesus sat down, page 194

    Chapter 20 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of the following phrases:

      The Galileans who, page 196
      Passover brought back, page 196
      when the father, page 197
      his errand, and besought, page 197
      in the presence of One, page 198
      the word of Jesus, page 200

    Chapter 21 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I have found all of the following phrases:

      the troubling of the, page 201
      for the great mercy, page 204
      through the city, page 206
      had not only broken the, page 207
      Himself equal with God., page 207

    Chapter 22 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 23 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 24

      appear at the head of armies, page 236
      was the son of a carpenter,, page 237
      at His trade, page 237
      They had seen, page 237
      they cried out against, page 239
      The assembly broke up, page 240
      They hurried Him, page 240
      to the brow of a precipice,, page 240; this is found in Hanna (1863), page 171 and in March (1866), page 36
      cast Him down headlong., page 240
      the fame of His, page 241
      had filled the, page 241

    Chapter 25 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of the following phrases:

      Jesus had come, page 244
      out a little from the, page 244
      Jesus turned to Peter, and, page 245

    Chapter 26 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 27 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of the following phrases:

      Among the Jews, page 262
      the leper was, page 262
      cut off from the congregation of, page 262
      there were many, page 262
      the congregation of Israel, page 265
      came to Jesus, page 266
      he who touched a leper became himself unclean., page 266
      to forgive sins, page 267
      in their hearts,, page 269

    Chapter 28 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of these phrases:

      immediately they left, page 273
      boats and nets, page 273
      one of his immediate attendants, page 273
      an offense against, page 273
      made a feast, page 274
      eating and drinking, page 276
      with publicans and sinners, page 276
      that the Baptist, page 276
      a time for them to mourn and fast, page 277
      to the disciples of John,, page 278
      new bottles for the new wine, page 279

    Chapter 29 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found all of the following phrases:

      rubbing them in their hands, page 284
      they had mistaken the, page 285
      object of the, page 285
      would be regarded as a, page 286
      whether it was lawful, page 287

    Chapter 30 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 31 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found this phrase:

      in the heart,, page 305

    Chapter 32 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 33

      fortress, which He holds in a revolted world, page 324
      be known in it, page 324
      and He intends, page 324
      that no authority, page 324
      but his own, page 324

    Chapter 34 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 35

      which it was, page 333; I found this phrase
      across the lake., page 333; I found this phrase
      the pressure of the multitude, page 334; I found this phrase
      hid Him from their, page 334
      says to the, page 335; I found this phrase
      are ready to, page 336; I found this phrase
      Him to save us,, page 336; I found this phrase
      not to send them, page 338; I found this phrase
      herd of swine, page 338; I found this phrase
      the keepers of the, page 338; I found this phrase
      the whole population, page 338; I found this phrase
      of the swine that, page 338; I found this phrase

    Chapter 36 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found the following phrases in Hanna:

      compliance with the, page 342
      the touch of, page 346

    Chapter 37

      multitudes that gathered, page 349; I found this phrase
      through the towns and villages, page 350; I found this phrase
      two and two, page 350
      Where He had passed,, page 350
      making trial of their new-found powers, page 350
      His voice was the first sound, page 350
      His name the first word they had, page 350
      the first they had ever, page 350
      like a vital current, page 350
      and joy wherever He, page 350
      going from house to house, page 351
      the hospitality of those, page 351; I found this phrase
      plan of the battle, page 352
      count the cost,, page 352
      more than angels are in, page 352
      infirmities may be, page 352
      truth, but He, page 353
      it always in love., page 353
      never needlessly spoke a,, page 353
      never gave needless pain to a sensitive, page 353
      precious in his eyes., page 353
      above his master., page 355
      falls to the ground without, page 356
      of the gospel, page 357

    Chapter 38 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I couldn't find any verbal similarities in Hanna.

    Chapter 39

      five thousand men, page 364; I found this phrase
      besides women and children, page 364; I found this phrase
      of pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem, page 364
      The sun was sinking, page 365
      In the surrounding towns and villages, page 365
      how much food, page 365
      what He was about to do., page 365
      a miracle every, page 367
      be gathered up, page 368
      The providence of God had, page 368
      will leave us to our own, page 369
      He will furnish, page 370
      If the work be of God, He, page 371
      in the very act of, page 371; I found this phrase

    Chapter 40 -- As of November 2005, Rea has issued a claim that he has found parallels with Daniel March's Night Scenes in the Bible, pages 343-60. However, in making the claim he failed to provide any direct evidence of these parallels. I have added phrases that I found in looking in depth at William Hanna's Life of Christ.

      to take him by force, page 378; I found this phrase
      , leaving Him to dismiss the, page 378
      the point where they, page 380
      The wind is boisterous, page 381
      He begins to sink, page 381; I found this phrase

    Chapter 41

      The fury of the storm, page 384
      the appearance of, page 384
      walking upon the, page 384
      strength, and riches, page 385
      mystery of His birth, page 387; I found this phrase
      the drawing of the Father's, page 387; I found this phrase
      for the life of the world, page 389; I found this phrase
      comes down from heaven., page 391; I found this phrase
      between Himself and His, page 391; I found this phrase
      to take him by force and make Him, page 391; I found this phrase
      walked no more with, page 392; I found this phrase
      many of His disciples, page 394; I found this phrase

    Chapter 42 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found these phrases:

      To the multitude, and afterward, page 397
      to His disciples,, page 397

    Chapter 43 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found these phrases:

      She was a heathen,, page 399
      to the borders of Tyre and Sidon. He, page 402
      had been hid for ages, that the Gentiles should be fellow heirs with the Jews, page 402
      up between Jew and Gentile, page 403

    Chapter 44 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 45

      forms of superstition that, page 411; I found this phrase
      the rock upon which the church, page 413; I found this phrase
      the people who had, page 416; I found this phrase
      out of the reach of Herod and Caiaphas, page 418
      nothing to fear from, page 418
      give Himself up to, page 418
      along the shores of the sea of Galilee, page 418
      all their hopes, page 418

    Chapter 46

      have spent the day in traveling and, page 419
      teaching, and this mountain climb, page 419
      has sent the thrill of life, page 419
      The light of the setting sun, page 419
      whither He is going, page 419
      mountains in prayer, page 419
      the Man of Sorrows, page 419
      with strong crying and, page 420
      He prays for strength to, page 420
      they fall asleep., page 420
      has told them of, page 420
      a manifestation of, pages 420-1
      the golden gates of, page 421
      and His garments, page 421
      the flood of glory, page 421
      of their Master, page 421
      they see that, page 421
      is not alone., page 421
      meek and lowly, page 422
      to and fro a, page 422
      accomplished at Jerusalem,, page 422
      patriarchs and prophets, page 425
      went before the tribes of Israel in the wilderness, page 425
      smitten to the, page 425
      lift up their eyes, page 425
      alone with Jesus, page 425

    Chapter 47 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found these phrases:

      what the rising from the dead, page 426
      brought to them his son, page 427
      Jesus and the three, page 427
      But Jesus takes him by the hand, page 428

    Chapter 48 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 49 -- As of November 2005, Rea has issued a claim that he has found parallels with Daniel March's Night Scenes in the Bible, pages 363-74. However, in making the claim he failed to provide any direct evidence of these parallels.

      The Feast of Tabernacles was the, page 447
      of the year., page 447
      the harvest had been gathered, page 447
      booths or tabernacles of green boughs, page 447
      in the streets, page 447
      in the courts of the temple, page 447
      steps of the, page 448
      branches of palm and myrtle,, page 448
      shouts of the people, page 448
      steps of the temple,, page 449
      keeping time with, page 449
      the consecrated water, page 449
      the fountain that, page 449
      from the rock, page 449
      smiting of the rock, page 454
      in the wilderness, page 454
      with the woman of Samaria,, page 454

    Chapter 50 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 51

      No external force is employed, page 466
      is the highest form of freedom., page 466
      the expulsion of sin is the act of the soul itself, page 466
      is restoration to one's self, page 466

    Chapter 52

      that He even loves Me, pages 483-4
      by surrendering My life, page 484

    Chapter 53

      in the most public manner, page 485
      But the people, pages 486-7
      refused to receive Him, page 487
      He was on His way to Jerusalem, page 487
      ministry in Galilee, page 488
      to the twelve, page 488
      of the Gentiles, page 488
      of the Samaritans,, page 488
      to the seventy, page 488
      of the barren fig tree and, page 495
      the great supper, page 495

    Chapter 54 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 55 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 56 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 57 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 58 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 59 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 60 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 61 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 62 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter. I found these phrases:

      Simon and the woman, page 566
      inviting him to his house, page 567

    Chapter 63 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 64 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 65 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 66

      inscription on the coin,, page 602

    Chapter 67

      It is the motive, page 615

    Chapter 68 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 69 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 70 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 71 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 72 -- not done yet.

      The Passover was, page 652
      commemoration of the deliverance of, page 652
      evidence of his Messiahship., page 655
      A year before, page 655
      was a devil, page 655

    Chapter 73

      with our thoughts and aims, so blend, page 668
      blessings in its train, page 672
      He knew that, page 679
      when He should exclaim,, page 679
      the knell of, page 679
      full and final display., page 680

    Chapter 74 -- As of November 2005, Rea has issued a claim that he has found parallels with Daniel March's Night Scenes in the Bible, pages 685-97. However, in making the claim he failed to provide any direct evidence of these parallels.

      The Passover moon, page 685
      shone from a, page 685
      they dared not, page 686

    Chapter 75

      through the hushed streets of the sleeping city,, page 698
      to the palace of, page 698
      the head of the, page 698
      deference to his, page 698
      was to be, page 698
      before the Sanhedrin, page 698
      execute the sentence of death., page 698
      ratified by the, page 698
      He questioned Jesus, page 699
      His disciples and His, page 699
      a disturber of the, page 699
      treated as innocent until, page 699
      One of his officers, page 700
      suffered in proportion to the perfection of, page 700
      a perpetual sacrifice, page 700
      was revolting to, page 700
      the most desperate enemies of Jesus, page 703
      light of torches and lanterns, page 703
      took his seat as, page 703
      The Roman soldiers, page 703
      He alone was calm, page 704
      as his rival, page 704
      plenty of witnesses to, page 705
      a mere man, page 706
      a time to, page 706
      a time to speak, page 706
      every eye was fixed, page 707
      in case of blasphemy, page 709
      a full session of the, page 710
      at a distance,, page 710
      it was the coldest hour of the night,, page 710
      did not wish to be recognized, page 710
      the woman who kept the door, page 710
      ringing in his ears, page 713
      like an arrow, page 713
      been present at the, page 714
      of wild beasts, page 715

    Chapter 76

      thirty pieces of silver, page 716
      of a slave, page 716
      they hung entranced, page 716
      in the Synagogue, page 716
      the little company, page 717
      a sign from heaven, page 718
      the leaven of, page 720
      to the test, page 721
      Himself to be, page 721
      at the foot of a, page 722
      the body of, page 722

    Chapter 77 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 78 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 79 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 80

      known Him, and, page 771

    Chapter 81 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 82 -- none of the critics making the plagiarism claim have found any evidence in this chapter.

    Chapter 83

      Late in the afternoon, page 795
      two of the, page 795
      no prominent place, page 795
      They had heard, page 795
      pursued their evening walk, page 795
      but they were so, page 795
      earnestness, tenderness, and sympathy,, page 796
      the great feast, page 800
      the sun had gone down, page 800
      they would not have, page 800 -- Rea clips the beginning of the alleged source and mis-capitalizes the word "they so as to make it start with the same word as in EGW.
      He interests Himself in, page 800
      the humblest home, page 800
      ask Him to abide with them, He passes on, page 800 -- Rea clips the end of the sentence of the alleged source so as to make it end just like EGW's sentence does.
      He puts forth His hands to bless, page 800
      the print of, page 800
      to cast themselves, page 801
      at His feet, page 801
      Their weariness and, page 801
      to tell the tidings to, page 801
      in the city., page 801
      to the sorrowing, page 801
      the hopes of, page 801

    Chapter 84

      the eastern gate, which is open, page 802
      the narrow streets, page 802
      by the light of the rising moon., page 802
      the upper chamber, page 802
      where Jesus spent the hours of the last evening, page 802
      The voices of, page 802
      Every eye is fastened upon the stranger., page 802
      footstep has been heard., page 803
      they hear a voice, page 803
      after His resurrection, page 803
      the door of the heart, page 804
      speech, were all, page 804
      who sleep in, page 804
      the nature and extent of their, page 805
      the sacredness of the, page 805; I found this phrase
      His death and resurrection,, page 805; I found this phrase
      gospel of peace, page 805
      The Holy Spirit was not yet, page 805
      the breath of, page 805; I found this phrase
      impartation of the Spirit, page 805
      ratified in heaven., page 806
      power to absolve the sinner, page 806
      remission of sins, page 806
      The name of Jesus, page 806; I found this phrase
      Thomas was not, page 806
      risen from the dead, page 807
      cast himself at, page 807
      treatment of Thomas,, page 808
      in dictating the conditions, page 808

    Chapter 85 -- As of November 2005, Rea has issued a claim that he has found parallels with Daniel March's Night Scenes in the Bible, pages 685-97. However, in making the claim he failed to provide any direct evidence of these parallels.

      They were clad in the, page 809
      garb of fishermen, page 809
      the highest rank, page 809
      All night they toiled, page 810

    Chapter 86

      action, and the source of their success. Nothing, page 826
      their watchword, their badge of distinction,, page 826
      the authority for their, page 826
      to be recognized, page 826

David J. Conklin (December 26, 2005 - February 7, 2006)

We analyze. You decide!
"No lie can live forever." Thomas Carlyle

An Index of Verbatim* Phrases in
The Desire of Ages

(*as per Dr. Veltman's study)

      Typical author's caveat: all errors are, of course, mine. If you find any errors please let me know and I'll fix them.

Color Key
      Material in Ellen G. White that is an exact, word-for-word match to her alleged source.
      Material in Ellen G. White that is similar to her alleged source.

      The fullness of the time had come., page 34

      Again the face of the prophet was lighted up with glory from the Unseen, as he cried, "Behold the Lamb of God!", page 138

      The words thrilled the hearts of the disciples., page 138

      Philip entered into no controversy., page 140

      If you believe on Me as such, your faith shall be quickened., page 142

      I have opened them to you., page 142

      They hurried Him to the brow of a precipice, intending to cast Him down headlong., page 240

      Where He had passed, the objects of His compassion were rejoicing in health, and making trial of their new-found powers., page 350

      His voice was the first sound that many had ever heard, His name the first word they had ever spoken, His face the first they had ever looked upon., page 350

      As He passed through the towns and cities He was like a vital current, diffusing life and joy wherever He went., page 350

      And more than angels are in the ranks., page 352

      We are not to plunge into difficulties, neglecting the means God has provided, and misusing the faculties He has given us., page 369

      The Saviour and His disciples have spent the day in traveling and teaching, and this mountain climb adds to their weariness., page 419

      The disciples do not venture to ask Christ whither He is going, or for what purpose., page 419

      Christ was to be tried formally before the Sanhedrin; but before Annas He was subjected to a preliminary trial., page 698

      Their own rules declared that every man should be treated as innocent until proved guilty., page 699

      And He suffered in proportion to the perfection of the perfection of His holiness and His hatred of sin., page 702

      Of all the throng He alone was calm and serene., page 704 (note that EGW didn't have the alleged source in her library)

      Caiaphas was desperate., page 706

      There was a time to be silent, and a time to speak., page 706

      During the journey the sun had gone down, and before the travelers reached their place of rest, the laborers in the fields had left their work., page 800

      Christ never forces His company upon anyone., page 800

      Now He puts forth His hands to bless the food., page 800

      The disciples start back in astonishment., page 800

      Every eye is fastened upon the stranger., page 802

      No footstep has been heard., page 803

      The Holy Spirit was not yet fully manifested; for Christ had not yet been glorified., page 805

      The doubting disciple knew that none of his companions had seen Jesus for a week., page 807

David J. Conklin (December 26, 2005 - January 27, 2006)

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