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Beginning of the End (Condensed Conflict of the Ages Series) Vol 1



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By Ellen G. White

ISBN: 0816322112 | 384 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2006

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Satan emerged the winner in the Garden of Eden—or so he thought. He had succeeded in tempting a third of the angels in heaven to become enemies of God. Now he had led the first humans to disobey God. He was on a roll. From that point on, pain, suffering and death would fill this world.

But it would not always be so. A Redeemer would take on Himself the penalty we humans deserve. God, Himself, would become “one of us” but without sin. Jesus would pay your penalty and mine so that we could inherit eternal life in His kingdom.

A Redeemer would come! The plan had been in place before the creation of Earth. Now it was time to begin to implement it. God recruited some imperfect, yet teachable, followers to spread the news:  Noah, Enoch, Abraham, Moses, David and others.  From the very first day sin entered our world God’s love and grace fought against it. What Satan thought of as a victory was really a defeat. The first day of sin on earth marked the beginning of the end for Satan and sin.

The Beginning of the End, is an adaptation of Patriarchs and Prophets.  It is the first volume in a five-book series approved by the White Estate that will bring the clear messages of the Conflict of the Ages set to a new generation of readers. Biblical texts unless otherwise noted are taken from the New King James Version. Share the great truths of the original volumes in a more accessible format for twenty-first-century readers.

Satan emerged the winner in the Garden of Eden—or so he thought. He had succeeded in tempting a third of the angels in heaven to become enemies of God. Now he had led the first humans to disobey God. He was on a roll. From that point on, pain, suffering and death would fill this world.

But it would not always be so. A Redeemer would take on Himself the penalty we humans deserve. God, Himself, would become “one of us” but without sin. Jesus would pay your penalty and mine so that we could inherit eternal life in His kingdom.

A Redeemer would come! The plan had been in place before the creation of Earth. Now it was time to begin to implement it. God recruited some imperfect, yet teachable, followers to spread the news:  Noah, Enoch, Abraham, Moses, David and others.  From the very first day sin entered our world God’s love and grace fought against it. What Satan thought of as a victory was really a defeat. The first day of sin on earth marked the beginning of the end for Satan and sin.

The Beginning of the End, is an adaptation of Patriarchs and Prophets.  It is the first volume in a five-book series approved by the White Estate that will bring the clear messages of the Conflict of the Ages set to a new generation of readers. Biblical texts unless otherwise noted are taken from the New King James Version. Share the great truths of the original volumes in a more accessible format for twenty-first-century readers.

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Title Alpha Beginning of The End Patriarchs & and Prophets Condensed conflict of the ages
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Year Published 2006
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Ellen G. White


ELLEN G. WHITE, is the author of more than 130 books, many of which have been compiled and published posthumously from her extensive manuscript file. She is the world’s most translated woman author, her works appearing in more than 150 languages. Inspired by God, she exalted Jesus and continually pointed to the Holy Scriptures as the basis for faith.