Jun 20, 2012

Christian Service (1925) by Ellen G. White

Book's Pages:  275;

This is another book that contains compilations from Ellen G. White's writings highlighting the various aspects of Christian service. The topics cover virtually all practical topics related to this issue.  Ellen White writes about every Christian's duty to serve others for the sake of humanity's spiritual and physical benefit. She addresses the biblical and ethical basis for such service, and the role of everyone - the young, the old, the wealthy and the less privileged.There is a lot I could highlight from this book but the following statement caught my attention more than any other. Ellen G. White wrote this sentence to encourage anyone of the assurance of success when one subjects oneself to God when serving others. 
"As the will of man co-operates with the will of God, it becomes omnipotent. Whatever is to be done at His command, may be accomplished in His strength. All His biddings are enablings." (emphasis added) Christian Service, 258.6/Christ Object Lessons, 333 
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