The Desire of Ages is a proven source of inspiration and enlightenment to millions of readers all over the world. And with good reason, for it deals with a. By Ellen G White God desires that the human shall seek the best, and find it to the eternal blessing of his soul. . will be their study throughout endless ages. The Desire of Ages is a book about the life of Jesus Christ by the Seventh-day Adventist pioneer Ellen G. White. It was first published in It is part of her.

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He questioned Jesus concerning His disciples and His doctrines, hoping the prisoner would agess something that would give him material upon which to work. Pf published by AdventWeb. Bethesda and the Sanhedrin. But as Caiaphas now looked upon the prisoner, he was struck with admiration for His noble and dignified bearing. Was this man, a prisoner before him, to assail his most cherished theories? It was now early morning, and very dark; by the light of torches and lanterns the armed band with their prisoner proceeded to the high priest’s palace.

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All dates are approximated, by month. No word did He utter in self-defense. It is available in mp3 format and free to download. The angels of God faithfully recorded every insulting look, word, and act against their beloved Commander. Dec 14, Matt rated it it was amazing Shelves: The best book I’ve read after the Bible. From the time she was 17 years old until she died 70 years later, God gave her approximately 2, visions and dreams. This is a lenghty book on the story of Jesus’ short life and the lessons he taught.


If convicted of sedition, it would secure His condemnation by the Agws. Return to Book Page.

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So thankful for this author. By those beautiful official garments was represented the character of the great antitype, Jesus Christ. At the end of the book as heaven rejoices at Jesus triumphant ascension to rejoin His Father as our mediator, White reveals how the disciples returned to Jerusalem just as joyously agex Christ reigned with His Father.

This God would discern.

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He had pronounced upon himself the death sentence. To be surrounded by human beings under the control of Satan was revolting to Him. Had Jesus been a mere man, as the Jews claimed, His declaration would only have indicated an unreasonable, boastful spirit, but could not have been construed into blasphemy. She had noticed that he came in with John, she marked the look of dejection on his face, and thought that he might be a disciple of Jesus. Es mi deseo que le des una oportunidad a este hermoso libro, porque, cambiara tu vida para siempre.

Thus the law of God was made desre by the laws of men. Books by Ellen G. Mercy and justice were trampled upon. He did not wish to be recognized as a disciple of Jesus.

Again the cock crew. Under God the angels are all-powerful. Had those hours in the garden been spent in watching and prayer, Peter would not have been left to depend upon his own feeble strength. In order to conceal his true feelings, he endeavored to join with the persecutors of Jesus in their untimely jests. With a few words Jesus could have excited their prejudices against each other, and thus have averted their wrath from Himself.


The sight of that pale, suffering face, those quivering lips, that look of compassion and forgiveness, pierced his heart like an arrow. The very atmosphere surrounding Him seemed pervaded by a holy influence.

Mar 27, Terry rated it it was amazing Shelves: They expected Him, by one flash of overmastering will, to change the current of men’s thoughts, and force from them an acknowledgment of His supremacy.

Patiently Jesus listened to the conflicting desie. In securing the condemnation of Jesus they depended largely upon the clamor of the mob, many of them the rabble of Jerusalem. A high priest was not to rend his garments.

He remembered with bitter remorse that Jesus had wept and agonized in prayer alone, while those who should have united with Him in that trying hour were sleeping.

This page was last edited on 4 Decemberat Recommended to joy in wonderland by: In my opinion, this book is the 5th best book ever written about the life of Christ.

It does not merely set down a series of remote events; it presents the meaning of them so vividly that you will feel like you are an eyewitness to what is being described. They continued to ply Him with questions. I’ve or it several times already.

Caiaphas had denied the doctrine of the resurrection, the judgment, and a future life. The crowd made a rush toward Jesus, crying, He is guilty, put Him to death! This is at least my third reading of this amazing book, and definitely a dgw every time I read it.