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ELLEN G. WHITE (1827–1915) is considered the most widely translated American author, her works having been published in more than 160 languages. This compilation, first published in 1922, features selections from White’s books and articles that present an inspiring look at the duties and privileges of the faithful Christian and White in particular. It provides a glimpse into her early life in her own words, beginning with a near-fatal injury in childhood, and follows her into evangelistic ministry. Join her as she travels, guided by God’s hand, by horse and carriage in the New England states of America, by canal boat in central New York, with a train of emigrant teams in Texas and Oklahoma, by tourist railroad trains to California, or by the great ocean steamers crossing the Atlantic or Pacific oceans. Wherever she was during her 70 years of ministry, Ellen White sought to improve every opportunity to speak to the people “all the words of this life” (Acts 5:20, KJV).