25 quotes of Education from Ellen G.

White

True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the The value of the Sabbath as a means of education is life that now is. It has to do with the whole being, and beyond estimate with the whole period of existence possible to man. It is ( Education, p. 250) the harmonious development of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual powers. It prepares the student for the No education can be complete that does not teach right joy of service in this world and for the higher joy of wider principles in regard to dress. service in the world to come. (Education, p. 246) (education, p. 13) True education does not ignore the value of scientific knowledge or literary acquirements; but above information it values power; above power, goodness; above intellectual acquirements, character. (Education, p.225) The duty to worship God is based upon the fact that He is the Creator and that to Him all other beings owe their existence (Great controvercy, p. 436) In His teaching from nature, Christ was speaking of the things which His own hands had made, and which had qualities and powers that He Himself had imparted. (Christ Object Lesosn, p.18) Heaven is a school; its field of study, the universe; its teacher, the Infinite One. (Education, p. 301) Let the children be taught that as they open their minds to pure, loving thoughts and do loving and helpful deeds, they are clothing themselves with His beautiful garment of character. (Education, p. 249) There is no line of work in which it is possible for theyouth to receive greater benefit. (Education, p. 271) It is in the home that the education of the child is to begin. (child guidance, p. 17) Parents, help your children to do the will of God by being faithful in the performance of duties which really belong to them as member of the family. (Child Guidance, p.36)

The deeds of kindness may have been done in secret, but the result upon the character of the doer cannot be hidden. (thoughts from the Mount og Blessing, p.83)

the Christian home is to be an object lesson, illustrating the excellence of the principle of life. Human eyes have looked upon them. Human ears have (The Adventist Home, p. 31) listened to their appeals. (education, p. 305) Faithful work done in the home educates others to do the The child's first teacher is the mother. (education, p. 275) By the parable of the sower, Christ illustrates the things of the kingdom of heaven, and the work of the great Husbandman for His people. (Christ's Object Lessons, p.33) The word of God is the seed. Every seed has in itself a germinating principle. In it the life of the plant is enfolded. So there is life in God's word. (Christ's Object Lesson, p.38) same class of work. (The Adventist Home, p.33)

Parenst must learn the lesson of implicit obedience to Gods voice. (Child Guidance, p. 24) ...Educaton means much more than mere instruction. (Child Guidance, p. 24) the early training of the children is a subject that all should carefully study. (Child Guidance, p.27)

The subject of Christ's teaching and preaching was the word of God. Teach them to ask the Lord to help them in little things of (Christ's Object Lesosn, p. 39) life. The talents that Christ entrusts to His church represent especially the gifts and blessings imparted by the Holy Spirit. (Christ's Object Lesson, p. 327) In making a profession of faith in Christ we pledge ourselves to become all that it is possible for us to be as workers for the Master, and we should cultivate every faculty to the highest degree of perfection, that we may do the greatest amount of good of which we are capable. (Christ's Object Lesson, p. 330) (Child Guidance, p. 31)

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