Ellen G. White’s Death Cause, Age at Death, and More!

Ellen G. White Death

The religious leader Ellen G. White passed away at age 87, impressive.

Biography - A Short Wiki

American author and Christian leader who co-founded the Seventh Day Adventist church. She authored a number of important Christian writings, including the Conflict of the Ages series.

He family became involved with the Millerite movement when she was a child, and upon adolescence, she began receiving religious visions, which continued throughout her life.

When she was nine years old, she was struck in the face by a rock thrown by a classmate of hers. It disfigured her nose and put her in a coma for a few weeks.

How did Ellen G. White die?

Falling Accident caused Ellen G. White's death in 1915.

Information about the death of Ellen G. White
Cause of deathFalling Accident
Age of death87 years
ProfessionReligious Leader
BirthdayNovember 26, 1827
Death dateJuly 16, 1915
Place of deathElmshaven, Deer Park, California, United States
Place of burialN/A

Quotes

"Jesus alone cleanses from sin; He only can forgive our transgressions."

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"God requires his people to shine as lights in the world. It is not merely the ministers who are required to do this, but every disciple of Christ. Their conversation should be heavenly."

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"I would warn my brethren and sisters to never flatter persons because of their ability; for they cannot bear it. Self is easily exalted, and in consequence, persons lose their balance."

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"We are not called upon to enter into controversy with those who hold false theories. Controversy is unprofitable. Christ never entered into it. 'It is written' is the weapon used by the world's Redeemer. Let us keep close to the Word. Let us allow the Lord Jesus and His messengers to testify. We know that their testimony is true."

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"Children that have been petted and waited upon, always expect it; and if their expectations are not met, they are disappointed and discouraged. This same disposition will be seen through their whole lives, and they will be helpless, leaning upon others for aid, expecting others to favor them and yield to them."

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