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Ellen, The Girl With Two Angels



SKU# 0816313253

By Mabel R. Miller

ISBN: 0816313253 | 96 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 1998

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"Ellen White's great-granddaughter shares her family stories of Ellen when she was growing up. This Early Reader book (7-9 year old) inspires children with stories about how God helped Ellen and spoke to her as she grew up and became His prophet.


Ellen grew up like any other child in the 1800's. With her twin sister, Elizabeth, she brought the cows home for milking, fed the family dogs, learned to read, and loved to play.

When she was still young, Jesus began to speak to Ellen in dreams and visions. "Ellen, tell people what I have shown you. Tell them I am coming soon."

But Ellen was worried. "Jesus, I'm afraid. I can't speak to people."

"Ellen," Jesus promised, " your angel will always be with you. And I will send an extra angel anytime you are in danger."

So Ellen, the girl with two angels, became a messenger for God."

Ellen, The Girl With Two Angels

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"Ellen White's great-granddaughter shares her family stories of Ellen when she was growing up. This Early Reader book (7-9 year old) inspires children with stories about how God helped Ellen and spoke to her as she grew up and became His prophet.


Ellen grew up like any other child in the 1800's. With her twin sister, Elizabeth, she brought the cows home for milking, fed the family dogs, learned to read, and loved to play.

When she was still young, Jesus began to speak to Ellen in dreams and visions. "Ellen, tell people what I have shown you. Tell them I am coming soon."

But Ellen was worried. "Jesus, I'm afraid. I can't speak to people."

"Ellen," Jesus promised, " your angel will always be with you. And I will send an extra angel anytime you are in danger."

So Ellen, the girl with two angels, became a messenger for God."

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Pages 96
Author Mabel R. Miller
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Language ENG
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Title Alpha Ellen, The Girl With Two Angels
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Year Published 1998
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Mabel R. Miller


Mabel Miller was born next door to Elmshaven in 1910 in the house built by her father, Dores Eugene Robinson, on property given them by his wife Ella's grandmother, Ellen White for a wedding present. Mabel's brother, Virgil Robinson, was born three years prior in the "White House" owned by Grandpa William C. White. "Arthur (Uncle) White, had been born in the same room three months earlier."

Mabel's father had left Scotland after one year taking medical courses to be one of Ellen White's secretaries. "She stated the Lord had shown her that He had other plans for his life than medical."

Mabel remembers that her "Grandma Ellen" was never too busy for the grandchildren, despite her heavy responsibilities and vigorous writing regimen.

"After Grandma fell, broke her hip, and was confined to bed for the last five months of her life, as a family we often went up to sing and pray with her. When she died, the casket was kept inside the front room, the funeral service was out on the lawn. I remember so clearly when my dad lifted me up to see her in the casket. I touched her hands. They were cold. She did not smile at me. I began to cry. My father took me outside where we were alone, and explained death to me, and the wonderful promise I would see and love her again when Jesus comes."

Mabel spent many years in South Africa where her father had been called to be editor of the South African paper. "For two years Virgil and I attended our boarding school, away off in Zulu land, Natal. It was then named Spion Kop College. Later it was moved near Cape Town and named Helderberg College."

She had a great desire to teach and started a class for African women having only Sabbath School picture rolls and a blackboard. The women, who ordinarily wouldn't have learned to read or write, soon were writing letters and words in the dirt with sticks. Mabel's own formal education, however, was incomplete.

In 1927 Mabel and her brother were sent back to St. Helena where they lived with their grandparents, Elder and Mrs. W.C. White. In 1931, Mabel graduated from Normal with a certificate that allowed her to teach elementary school. This she did for the next dozen years while trying to work and earn a B.A. degree during the summertime. She finally gave up after the requirements kept changing.

Mabel's husband, Dwight H. Miller, was a school treasurer and business teacher. Their son, Dwight, was born in May of 1944. He is now a medical doctor in Chico, California.

Mabel has authored several books including, William and His Twenty-Two, Five-Foot-Two Giant; and Ellen--the girl with two angels. She wrote the Bible Textbooks for teachers grades 1-4--a project that took four years (1970-75).

Mabel and her husband are enjoying retirement in National City, just two blocks from Paradise Valley Hospital.

 
REVIEWS:
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Alice

Great Children's Book about Ellen White

I found this book in Kid to Kid a used Children's store and I bought it. My kids and I loved it. It spoke about young Ellen White as a child. I liked that because children often believe that adults have always been adults never children. It shows everyone yes, Ellen White was a child too and her parents raised her from a child to be a christian.
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Chris Harle

Good intro to Ellen White and the beginnings of the Adventist Church

This is a children's book? I'm 64 and I loved it. Inspiring reading. I recall many incidents from reading E G White materials over 35 years ago at College. If the price was less I'd be ordering handfuls to give away. As it is, I'll have to tell the stories when the opportunity arises.