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Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing Large Print



SKU# 9780828015219

By Ellen G. White

ISBN: 9780828015219 | 154 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2008

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The Sermon on the Mount has been called 'The Manifesto of the King' and 'The Magna Carta of the Kingdom'.  It is the essence of the teaching of Jesus presented to His disciples.

To those who heard it on the hill overlooking Galilee it had an immediate impact.  In some respects it was revolutionary, overturning accepted ideas.  It packs a powerful punch today, especially as it is expounded in this classic by Ellen White.

The Sermon on the Mount has been called 'The Manifesto of the King' and 'The Magna Carta of the Kingdom'.  It is the essence of the teaching of Jesus presented to His disciples.

To those who heard it on the hill overlooking Galilee it had an immediate impact.  In some respects it was revolutionary, overturning accepted ideas.  It packs a powerful punch today, especially as it is expounded in this classic by Ellen White.

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Pages 154
Author Ellen G. White
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Language ENG
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Title Catalog Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing
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Year Published 09/30/2008
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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.