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Pioneers Videos. The%20Great%20Second%20Advent%20Movement. Pioneers Audiobooks. Audiobooks of the Adventist Pioneers. Adventist Pioneer Ebooks. Adventist Pioneers Ebooks. Adventist Pioneers Ebooks. Lest We Forget. From 1991 to 2002 we published a quarterly periodical entitled Lest We Forget, to highlight the lives and contributions of the pioneers. Our theme is this statement: “We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history.” (Life Sketches, p. 196; emphasis supplied). We have been told to sit the people down like Moses did and recount all the Lord has done in leading us out as a people. (Letter 105, 1903) Volumes 1-10 are excellent, brief introductions to the key pioneer individuals (usually a total of 8 pages per issue).

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Hiram Edson (Vol. 3, No. 1)

This revelation of Christ as High Priest in the heavenly sanctuary became one of the main doctrinal pillars of the Seventh-day Adventist church. While all the doctrines of the Bible are true, and certainly important. . ., yet all doctrines are not of equal stature and standing. Ellen [White] quickly came to differentiate among them by means of an interesting metaphor, the chief elements of which are: (a) a “solid, immovable platform,” (b) four principal “pillars” that support the platform, and (c) “three steps” that serve the dual functions of supporting the platform (as do the “pillars”) and providing entry to it.[1] And the “three steps”?

[1] Early Writings, E. “Go, heal thy sick brother.” Hiram Edson had been praying at home, when this command was clearly impressed upon his mind. LWFV3N1Insert. LWFV2N1. LWFV2N2. LWFV2N3. LWFV2N4. LWFV2N3Insert. LWFV2N2Insert. John Byington (Vol. 2, No. 1) Lest We Forget Volume 2 – Number 1 Godly Authority As our Seventh-day Adventist pioneers considered the issue of Church organization, they came with their own unique blend of Biblical and historical understandings and their own life experiences.

John Byington (Vol. 2, No. 1)

The Spirit worked through these factors (as He does with each of us) in His attempt to further the work of God at that time. What were in general terms the molding influences that led to organizing the Seventh-day Adventist Church? The Advent believers that survived the Great Disappointment, who went back to Scripture, and came to an understanding of the Sanctuary and the Third Angel’s Message, lived here and there in families and small companies, and were often designated “the scattered flock”.

This independence reflected in part the society of the United States at that time, its population more sparsely populated, and by families that were quite self-reliant. Hierarchical <– Representative –> Independent Oppress <– Serve –> Neglect Amadon, G.W:. LWFV1N1. LWFV1N2. LWFV1N3. LWFV1N4. George Storrs (Vol. 1, No. 4) Lest We Forget Volume 1 – Number 4 Contents: Seekers of His Glory – Concluded George Storrs’ Mother Oneness in Belief and Practice Is There Imortality in Sin George Storrs’ Story In This Issue we desire to show the uphill fight truth has against established error.

George Storrs (Vol. 1, No. 4)

George Storrs did not accept the Sabbath or the sanctuary messages; why then is he featured among the pioneers? The focus of truth is not so much on the man as on the message. Seekers of His Glory Who are the Pioneers? In part 2 we saw that God’s messenger to the Remnant Church identified as Pioneers: William Miller, Josiah Litch, Joshua Himes, Charles Fitch, Joseph Bates, James White, Stephen Pierce, Edward Andrews and Hiram Edson. James L. “I want to say a few words. G. “Let us take hold of the work in the Southern states intelligently. In addition to these thirteen individuals named by God’s messenger as being Pioneers of God’s final movement, there were others, whose writings or work was endorsed by God’s messenger. Joseph Bates (Vol. 1, No. 3)

Lest We Forget Volume 1 – Number 3 Contents: Seekers of His Glory – Part 2 Mrs.

Joseph Bates (Vol. 1, No. 3)

Bates Sabbath and Temperance New Testament Sabbath Story and Timeline of Bates In This Issue The Pioneer Adventist health reformer Joseph Bates is featured. Captain Bates is also the Pioneer who wrote an early Adventist seventh-day Sabbath tract and preached the Sabbath of the fourth commandment in the 1800′s. William Miller (Vol. 1, No. 2) Lest We Forget Volume 1 – Number 2 Contents: William Miller’s Dream Mrs.

William Miller (Vol. 1, No. 2)

LWFV1N1TimelineLB. LWFV1N1TimelineLB.pdf. Life of A. T. Jones. Life of W. W. Prescott. Life of James White. Life of J. N. Loughborough. Life of Uriah Smith. Life of S. N. Haskell. Life of G. I. Butler. Life of Ellen G. White. Life of Merritt E. Cornell. Life of J. N. Andrews. Life of George Amadon. Life of E. J. Waggoner. Life of Josiah Litch. Life of Rachel Preston. Life of Roswell Fenner Cottrell. Life of O. R. L. Crosier. Life of J. H. Waggoner. Life of Charles Fitch. Life of Joshua Himes. Life of Hiram Edson. Life of Samuel Snow. Life of William Farnsworth. Life of William Miller. Life of Joseph Bates. Life of George Storrs. Life of John Byington. Life of Stephen Pierce.