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The Great Controversy Between Christ And Satan by Ellen Gould White

GENERAL INDEX.

Abel, hated by Cain, 46.
Sabbath kept by, 453.

Abraham, Messianic promise to, 18.
pleads for Sodom, 431.
Sabbath observed by, 453.
angels' mission to, 512.

Abyssinia, Wolff's travels in, 360.
Christian churches in, 578.

Accuser, Satan the, 395, 484.

Accusers of the brethren, Satan's helpers, 519, 520.

Adam, promise of redemption to, 345.
Sabbath kept by, 453.
temptation and fall of, 531-534, 666.
stature of, 644.
repentance of, 647, 648.
redeemed, 644.
meeting of first and second Adams, 647.
joy of, in New Jerusalem, 648.

Adams, John Quincy, 360.

Advent of Christ, types of, 399, 400.
see also First advent; Second advent.

Advent faith, scriptural basis of, 409.

Advent message, proclamation of, timely, 351-354.
general proclamation of, 355-374.
result of receiving, 379.
rejection of, by churches generally, 380.
see also Advent Movement; Prophecies; Signs.

Advent Movement, beginning of, 330.
impetus given to, by fulfilment of Litch's prediction, 334, 335. opposition to, 336-338, 403.
defense of, by Miller, 337.
growth and progress of, 337, 357, 368-370, 395-398, 401. experiences during, 351-354.
extent of proclamation of, 357.
character of, 400-404.
results of, 340, 405.
a test, 406.
no regrets for experiences in, 406, 407.
God's power manifested in, 398-408, 611.
God the leader in, 410, 411, 423, 424, 432, 457.
see also First angel's message; Second angel's message; Third angel's message; Miller; Prophecy; Prophecies; Signs.

Adventists, rise of, 331, 332, 335.
opposition to, by churches, 337.
disappointment of, in 1844, 329, 351, 374, 391-394, 403-408. infidelity charged to, 336.
mistake of, 353.
persecution of, 372.
polity of, in days of Miller, 375.
unity among, 379, 398.
withdraw from churches, 375, 376, 390.
trial and faith of, 391, 392, 403-408.
parable of ten virgins applied to, 393, 394, 398-402. searching Scriptures after passing of time, 391.
fanaticism among, 395-398.
midnight cry given by, 400-403, 423.
sanctuary question studied by, 411-415, 429, 454.
law of God studied by, 434, 435.
attitude of, toward further light, 456-460.
see also First angel's message; Prophecy; Prophecies; Seventh-day Adventists; Signs.

Advocate, see Christ.

Affection, natural, destroyed by monastic system, 82. one of Satan's agencies to hold men in his snares, 597.

Africa, Christians in, 63, 577, 578.
Wolff's travels in, 360.

Agrippa, 165.

Albigenses, as refugees in Bohemia, 97, 271.
see also Waldenses.

Aleander, papal legate, at Diet of Worms, 133, 146-150, 162, 168.

Alleine, work of, in England, 252.

America, an asylum for the persecuted, 252.
Whitefield and the Wesleys as missionaries to, 253, 254. religious liberty in, 295, 296.
advent message proclaimed in, 368.
prediction of supremacy of Roman Catholic Church in, 573, 579. see also United States; Miller.

American Bible Society, organization of, 287.

American Sabbath-school Union on the change of the Sabbath, 447.

American Tract Society, on the change of the Sabbath, 447.

Amnon, Universalist minister on fate of, 537-539.

Ananias and Sapphira, 44.

Angel, seeking for watchers for first advent of Christ, 314, 315.

Angels, good, announce the birth of Christ, 46.
records of persecution kept by; 59, 61.
give tidings of Christ's birth, 313, 314.
watch effect of warning of second advent, 373.
protect advent believers after disappointment, 374. work of, under midnight cry, 402.
not spirits of departed, 511.
work of, as recorders, 482, 486, 487.
number, power, and work of, 511-514, 630-632.
guardianship of, 512, 513.
will bring truths to remembrance when needed, 600.
protect people of God in time of trouble, 630-632.
attend Christ at second advent, 641.
as speakers in national councils, 632.

Angels, evil, agency of, 398, 511-517.
power of, 614.
when to be judged, 661.
see also Spirits; Spiritualism.

Annihilation, 318.

Antediluvians, warnings unheeded by, 337, 338.

Antichrist, recognized by Wycliffe, 86;
by Luther, 139, 141, 205.
spirit of, in Protestant churches, 384.
see also Papacy.

Antinomians, warnings unheeded by, 337, 338.

Antinomianism, errors of, 260, 261.

Apostasy, of ancient Israel, 20, 21.
of early church, 49-60.
the great, 42-45, 286, 289, 298, 384, 389, 443, 571, 619. of Protestant churches, 383-390, 443-445.
prepared way for papacy, 443.
in last days, 444.
see also Babylon.

Arabs, belief of, in second coming of Christ, 362.
Wolff's travels among, 361, 362.

Ark of God's testament, seen in heavenly sanctuary, 433. tables of stone in, 433.

Armageddon, battle of, 663, 664, 671, 672.

Armenia, Christians in, 63.

Artaxerxes, decree of, to restore and rebuild Jerusalem, 326, 327, 410.

Ascension of Christ, 350, 351.

Asia, Wolff's travels in, 360-362.

Associations, influence of, 508, 509.

Atheism, definition of, 269.
in France, 269, 270, 274-276, 285, 584.

Atkins, Robert, on spiritual declension in England, 387, 388.

Atonement, in earthly sanctuary.418-420.
important truths taught by, 420.
in heavenly sanctuary, 399-402, 420-422, 428-430.
great time of, 489, 490, 623.

Augsburg, trial of Luther at, 134-137.
Diet of, 206, 207.
Confession of Protestant princes at, 206-211.

Baal, 583.

Babylon, symbol of apostate religion, 65, 381-384, 390. fall of, 383-390.
many of God's people in, 383, 390.
the great sin of, 388.
false doctrines of, 388-390, 536, 537.
message to God's people in, 603, 604.
sins of, revealed by preaching of third angel's message, 605, 606. judgments to fall upon, 653.
see also Apostasy; Church; Papacy; Roman Catholic Church.

Backsliding, of Israelites, 19.
among professed Christians, a sign of Christ's coming, 309, 316.

Baden, conference at, 182-184.
results in strong impetus to Protestant cause, 184.

Balaam, 529, 530.

Baptism, prohibited in France, 274.
of Christ, 327.

Barnes, English Reformer, 248.

Basel, Switzerland, 173, 178.

Battle, the last great, 663, 664.

Baxter, work of, 252, 253.
belief of, in second advent, 303.

Beasts of prophecy, interpretation of:
the dragon (Satan and pagan Rome), 438.
the leopard (papacy), 48, 439, 443-445.
the two-horned beast (United States), 439-442, 445. beast from bottomless pit, 269, 286.
see also Prophecy; Prophecies.

Beda, 216.

Beecher, Charles, on creeds, 388.
on condition of Protestant ministry in America, 444, 445.

Belgium, Luther's writings circulated in, 139.

Bengel, second advent message given by, in Germany, 363, 364.

Bern, Zwingle in convent at, 172, 173.

Berquin, Louis de, life, work, and martyrdom of, 215-218.

Bethlehem, story of, 313-315.

Bible, a system of revealed truth, 320, 321.
the charter of liberty, 296, 335.
preservation of, through ages of darkness, 69, 79.
our guide, 63, 208, 205, 521.
immutability of, 66.
power of, to protect in danger, 361.
chart of truth, 598.
its own interpreter, 93, 173, 324, 598, 599.
harmony in, 329.
reliability of history in, 522.
how to study, 132, 173, 174, 320, 321, 521, 598, 599. results from study of, 72, 79, 94, 195, 196, 204, 212, 214, 215, 222, 277, 530, 560, 572, 593-602.
memorizing of, 67, 194.
study of, by Miller, 319-330;
by Adventists, 405-408.
can be understood by common people, 60, 89, 195, 246, 319, 320, 341. ignorance of, among people, 60, 99, 195, 342;
among Roman Catholic clergy, 195.
efforts of Satan against, 204, 526, 593-595.
little valued, 582, 583.
suppression of, by papacy, 51, 69, 194, 340, 388;
by Protestants, 376.
results of suppression of, 55, 60, 586.
results of rejection of, 465, 526, 527, 586, 587, 598. war against, in France, 265-288.
God's two witnesses, interpretation of, 266-269, 280, 287; honor shown to, 287, 288.
false theories regarding, 522, 523, 536, 537.
denied by evil spirits, 557.
supplanted by spirit manifestations, 557.
ridiculed, 561.
authority of, contended for by Wycliffe, 81;
acknowledged by Vaudois, 68;
Huss, 102;
Luther, 126, 132, 166;
Zwingle, 173, 177;
OEcolampadius, 183;
German princes, 204;
Calvin, 221;
Dutch, 238;
Tyndale, 245;
by all leading Reformers, 203, 249;
by Miller, 319;
by Protestants, 448.
as a rule of faith and practice, rejected, 45;
accepted by Waldenses, 63, 249;
Wycliffe, 249;
Huss, 249;
Luther, 120, 249;
Zwingle, 173, 249;
German princes, 205;
Pilgrim Fathers, 296;
by all Protestants, 204, 205;
by Miller, 396;
by people of God at the end of the world, 595.
translations of, by Waldenses (French), 65;
by Wycliffe (English), 80, 81, 87-89, 245;
by Luther (German), 193, 194;
by Lefevre (French), 214;
into Dutch, 238;
Danish, 242;
Swedish, 244;
by Tyndale (English), 245-247.
circulation of, 72, 89, 99, 194, 195, 231, 233, 247, 287, 288, 298, 361. copying by hand, 68, 69, 88, 89.
see also Prophecy; Two witnesses.

Bishops of Rome, power claimed by, 50, 56, 261, 580, 581. see also Pope; Papacy; Roman Catholic Church.

Blindness of Jews, regarding first advent, 378.
of people of this generation, 561, 562.

Blood of Christians is seed, 42, 240, 249, 634.

Bohemia, gospel planted in, 97.
an asylum for Waldenses and Albigenses, 97.
papal bull prohibiting public worship in Bohemian tongue, 97, 141, 197. the Bible in, 99.
cartoon of Christ and the pope, by two artists, 99, 100. advance of gospel in, after death of Huss, 115.
crusades against, miraculous defeat of, 116, 117.
persecution of Hussites in, 118, 119, 254.
see also ; Jerome.

Bokhara, travels of Wolff in, 360, 361.

Books, on second advent, in Spanish lands, 363.
in Germany, 363, 364.
in America, 368.
of record in heaven, blotting out of sins from, 421, 422, 614; to determine decisions in final judgment, 480-483;
wicked to be judged from, 666.
Book of Life:
contains names of all who have entered service of God, 480, 484; names of finally impenitent blotted out of, 483.
Book of Remembrance:
contains record of good deeds, 481; good deeds of wicked erased from, 483;
interest of heaven in, 484.
Book of Death:
contains record of evil deeds, 481;
sins of righteous erased from, 483;
judgment passed on wicked, recorded in, 661.
see also Literature; Writings.

Bottomless pit, represents desolated earth, 658, 659. beast from, represents atheistical power displayed in France, 269, 286.

British and Foreign Bible Society, founding of, 287.

Britons, primitive Christianity among, 62.
Rome attempts to subjugate, 63.
see also England; Great Britain.

Brock, Mourant, 362.

Bulls, papal, to exterminate Vaudois, 76, 77.
against Wycliffe, 85, 86.
against Luther, 141;
burned by Luther, 142;
published, 147.
to establish the Inquisition, 235.

Bunyan, John, 252.

Cain, hatred of, for Abel, 46.
life of, why spared, 543.

Calvary, wages of sin proclaimed by, 348, 504, 540. Satan's character revealed by, 501, 502.

Calvin, educated for priesthood, 221.
conversion of, to Protestantism, 219-221.
labors of, in Geneva, 233-236.
not free from errors, 236, 292.
belief of, in second coming of Christ, 303.

Cartoon, of Christ and the pope, 99, 100.

Catacombs, a shelter for Christians from persecution, 40.

Catholicism, see Roman Catholic Church; Papacy; Pope; Jesuits.

Cestius, retreat of, from Jerusalem, 30, 31.

Character, examination of, in final judgment, 428, 479. of God, misrepresented by Satan, 569;
by papacy, 569.

Charity, monks claimed that Jesus was supported by, 84. false, 571.

Charles V., 145, 233, 239.
refusal of, to receive light, 163-165.
at Diet of Spires, 197, 198, 202.
at Diet of Augsburg, 206, 207.
abdication of, 211.

Charles IX., 272.

Chart, prophetic, 392.

Child-preachers, in Sweden, 366, 367.

Children, of Geneva, Gaussen began his ministry with, 365, 366. Christ heralded by, at triumphal entry into Jerusalem, 367.

Christ, birth of, 46, 313.
sorrow of, over Jerusalem, 18-22.
care of, for Israel, 19, 20.
work of, on this earth, 20, 415-417, 503.
rejected by Israelites, 20, 23.
beholds downfall of Israel, 21, 22.
peace on earth due to His restraining power, 36.
sacrifice of, 345, 348.
coming of, to most holy place in heavenly temple, 424-427. ministration of, 427-432;
Christians generally ignorant of, 430, 431;
not understood by Adventists in 1844, 429, 431.
our advocate, 474, 482-484.
work of, in investigative judgment, 482, 483.
contest of, with Satan, 501.
death of, revealed Satan's true character, 501, 502. victory of, over temptation, 510.
deity of, 524.
tenderness of, 570.
rejection of, by Jewish leaders, 595, 596.
views exaltation of human authority, 596.
close of work of, in heavenly sanctuary, 425, 427, 428, 613, 614. second coming of, 299-316, 640-644.
appearance of, at second coming, 641.
how regarded by redeemed, 652.
satisfied with fruits of sacrifice, 652, 671.
returns to earth at close of thousand years, 662.
coronation of, 666.
see also First advent; Messiah; Second advent.

Christian church, danger of, in seeking support of secular rulers, 384, 385.

Christian world, great sin of, is rejection of law of God, 22.

Christianity, assailed by paganism, 39.
union of, with paganism, 43.
see also Religion.

Christians, escape of, from Jerusalem, 30, 31.
persecution of, in first centuries, 39-48.
gospel advanced by persecution of, 42.
spiritual declension of, 309-311, 463.
to reject the message of Christ's second coming, 338, 339. true, in every church, 449, 565.
to be divided into two classes, 450.
satisfied with religion of their fathers, 454.
reject Sabbath truth, 454.
self-indulgence of, 474, 475.
blessings on true, 476.
heights to be gained by, as sons of God, 476, 477.
character and work of Satan not comprehended by, 507, 508. to watch and pray, 510.
under care of guardian angels, 512, 513, 517.
Christian experience needed by, 601, 602.
see also People of God; Persecution; Redeemed; Religion; Books of record.

Chronology, scriptural, 323-329, 398-400, 409, 410, 424, 438-440. see also Prophecy; Prophecies.

Church, the true, 64.
perils of, in Dark Ages, 55-60.
represented in prophecy by virtuous woman, 381.
seeking favor of world, 383.
use of secular power by, always oppressive, 442, 443. Satan preparing last campaign against, 510.
see also People of God; Redeemed; Israel; Christians; Reformation.

Churches, spiritual apathy in, 308, 309, 376-378, 463, 464. apostasy of, 384, 444.
rejection of advent message by, 373, 380.
Adventists forced to withdraw from, 375, 376, 390.
worldliness in, 376, 380, 382-388.
fall of, 389;
true Christians in, 390, 464.
seeking aid of civil power, 445.
unholy traffic in, 474.
cause of lack of power in, 463.
see also Babylon; Protestants; Roman Catholic Church.

Church and state, 201.
in Europe, 268, 269.
in the United States, 293, 296, 297, 442-445.
in all the world, 450, 606, 607.

Church of England, 289, 384, 443.
see also England.

Church of Rome, see Roman Catholic Church; Babylon.

Civil rulers, see Church and state.

Clarke, Dr. Adam, on sleep of the dead, 547.

Cleansing of sanctuary, see Sanctuary.

Clergy, see Ministers.

Cloud, sign of Christ's coming, 640, 641.

College of the Propaganda, Rome, 358.

Colporteurs in time of Wycliffe, 87.
in time of Reformation, 178, 194, 231.
see also Bible, circulation of; Literature; Writings.

Columba, 62, 249.

Comforter, work of, 600.

Coming of Christ, second, see Second advent.

Commandments, see Law of God; Sabbath; Fourth commandment.

Compromise of principle, urged upon early Christians, 42, 43. between Christianity and paganism, 49, 50, 298.
of Bohemians with Rome, 118.
urged upon Luther, 165, 166.
at Spires, rejected, 199.
between Protestants and Roman Catholics, 199, 566.

Compulsion, Satan's resort, 591.

Confessional, evils of the, 74, 83, 98, 567.

Confession of faith, by Wycliffe, 91, 92.
by Luther, 158, 160.
by German princes, at Augsburg, 202-210.

Conflict, the impending, causes of, 582-592.

Conscience, Rome no right to coerce, 200.
freedom of, 591.
see also Freedom; Religious Liberty.

Consciousness in death, theory of, 58, 545.
see also Spiritualism.

Constance, martyrdom of Huss and Jerome at, 109, 115. see also Council of Constance.

Constantine, nominal conversion of, 50.
first Sunday law issued by, 574.

Constitution of the United States, 295, 296, 441, 442.

Controversy, between truth and error, 144.
between Christ and Satan, beginning of, 493-500, 582; close of, 518, 582-592, 662-678.

Conversion, fruits of true, 463, 478.
work of, 465, 467.

Convictions of duty, result of stifling, 378.

Coronation of Christ, 666.

Councils, ecclesiastical, 53.
forged decrees of, 56, 198, 206.
of Constance, 95, 96, 104-115.
of Nice, 52.
of Zurich, 180-182.

Counterfeits in religion, 186, 193, 464, 528.

Courts, of heaven, angels interested in decisions of, 483, 484. of justice, corruption in, 586.
angels of heaven attend earthly, 632.

Covenants, old and new, sanctuaries of, 413.

Cranmer, 248.

Creation, Sabbath the memorial of, 437, 438, 446, 452.

Creeds, resting faith on, 388.

Criminals, false sympathy for, 585, 586.

Crosby, Howard, on condition of churches in 1871, 387.

Cross, insignia of, displayed by Rome, 568.
to be science and song of redeemed, 651.

Crusades, against Waldensee, 76.
against Hussites, 115-117.

Culture, use made of, by Satan, 509.

Cyrus, decree of, to restore and rebuild Jerusalem, 326.

Daniel, first advent foretold by, 312.
an example of true sanctification, 470.
protected by angels in heathen court and in lions' den, 512. overcome by vision of persecution, 325.
book of, studied by Miller, 320;
unsealed in 1798, 356;
relation of, to the Revelation, 341.

Darius, decree of, to restore and rebuild Jerusalem, 326.

Dark Ages, 54, 55, 60, 93, 556.
see also Middle Ages.

Dark Day, 305-308.

Daughters of Rome, 382-384.
see also Churches; Protestants.

Day of the Lord, 38, 48, 310, 311, 479.
see also End.

Day for year, in prophetic exposition, 324.

Dead, condition of, 544-552.

Death, theory of consciousness in, 58, 545, 551, 552. declared by France to be an eternal sleep, 274.
the penalty of transgression, 533, 540, 541, 544.
contrast between first and second, 544.
a sleep, 546-550, 556.
see also Resurrection.

Decalogue, see Law of God.

Deceptions, of Satan, 192, 193, 389, 390, 516-530, 556. the first great, 531-550.
why so successful, 507, 508.

Declaration of Independence, 295, 296, 441, 442.

Decree, to restore and rebuild Jerusalem, 326-329, 398. against Wycliffe's followers, 89.
against Reformation, 198, 199.
against the Lutherans, 199, 200.
against Sabbath-keepers, 615, 626, 631.
see also Edict.

Decretals, forged, in support of papal claims, 56.

Deists, Miller's association with, 318, 319.
effect of his preaching on, 332.

Deliverance of God's people, 635-652.
terror of wicked at beholding, 636, 639, 640, 642-644.

Demons, possession by, in time of Christ, 513-516.
see also Evil spirits.

Denmark, Reformation in, 241, 242.

Denominations, effect on, of Miller's message, 332. Miller at first no thought of separating from, 375. Adventists forced to leave, 376, 379.
true Christians in all, 449.

Dependence on God, our need of, 530.
on man, danger in, 388, 596, 597.

Destruction, of Jerusalem, 17-38.
compared to destruction of world, 37, 38, 653-661.
in time of trouble, 637.

Diet, of Augsburg, 206, 207; |greatest day of the Reformation,| 207. of Spires, first, 197;
second, 198;
decree of, against Reformation, 198, 199;
protest of princes against decree of, 201-204.
of Worms, 145-168;
Luther before, 150-167.
see also Council.

Disappointment, of disciples, 346, 348.
of advent believers, 353, 354, 374, 391, 393, 403-408, 423, 431, 432. of disciples and advent believers compared, 351, 404. will of God fulfilled in, 353, 354, 391, 405.

Disciples, humble men, 171.
in siege of Jerusalem, 328.
failure of, to understand Christ's prediction of the destruction of Jerusalem, 4, 25.
failure of, to understand Christ's mission, 345, 349. disappointment of, 346, 348, 404.
courage of, after resurrection, 349, 350.
commission to, 351.

Disobedience, result of, 532, 533.
penalty of, 533, 534.

Doctrine, Bible the foundation of all true, 126.
of election, 261.
perverted by Satan, 298.
false, in churches, 388, 389.
pleasing fables of, 523.
see also Indulgences; Infallibility; Mass; Purgatory.

Door, the open and shut, 429, 430, 435.
see also Mercy.

Doubt, cause of, 522.
becoming fashionable, 526, 527.
how to be freed from, 526-528.
youth assailed by, 600.
see also Infidelity.

Dragon, of Revelation twelve, 438, 439, 658.
voice of, heard in early persecutions, 77.
two-horned beast speaks like, 441, 442.

Earth, as home of Adam and Eve, 531-533.
how sin entered, 531.
final desolation of, 653-661.
condition of, during thousand years, 658-660.
purification of, by fire, 672-674, 678.

Earthquake, the great, at Lisbon, 304, 305.
at end of world, 637.
see also Signs.

Eck, Doctor, champion of Rome, 182.
at discussion in Baden, 183, 184.
on refutation of Augsburg Confession, 208.

Eden, loss of, by Adam and Eve, 348, 531-533, 646.
restoration of, 299, 484, 648.

Edict, of Spires, 197;
repeal of, 198.
of Worms, against Lutherans, 167, 168, 197, 201, 202, 208.

Edward III., Wycliffe chaplain for, 81, 84, 85.

Egypt, boldest of nations in resisting God, 269.
spiritual, 269.
labors of Joseph Wolff in, 360.
plagues of, 614, 627, 628.

Einsiedeln, Zwingle at, 174-176.

Election, doctrine of, 261.

Elector of Saxony, see Frederick; John.

Elijah, visited by angels, 512, 629.
accusations against, 458, 520, 590.
idolatry in time of, 583.
as a reprover, 606.

Elisha, protected by angels, 208, 512.
Miller compared to, 331.

End of world, 37, 38, 662-678.
see also Day of the Lord.

|End of the Lord,| meaning of, 354.

England, primitive Christianity in, 62.
attempt of Rome to conquer, 62, 63.
Sabbath observed in, 63.
Wycliffe's influence on political affairs in, 82, 84, 85. progress of Reformation in, 245-264.
persecution of believers in, 94, 95, 252.
Protestantism established in, 251.
departure of Puritans from, 290, 291.
advent message proclaimed in, 362.
see also Church of England.

Enmity, between man and Satan, 505-510.
of man against Satan, implanted by God, 506.
of Jews against Christ, 506.

Enoch, 299.

Erasmus, Greek and Latin editions of New Testament by, 245. letter of, to Berquin, 216.

Erfurt, preaching of Luther at, 152.

Errors, accepted by rejecters of truth, 523.
enumeration of some great, 524-526, 588.
see also Truth; Deceptions; Snares.

Esau, Jacob's deliverance from, 616-618.

Eternal torment, theory of, 58.
contrary to God's character, 534-537.
received from Rome, 536.

Ethiopia, Christians in, during Dark Ages, 577.

Eucharist, see Mass.

Eusebius, on the Sabbath, 574.

Eve, temptation of, 531-534.
Satan's lie to, 561.

Everett, Edward, 441.

Evil, origin of, 492-504.
God not responsible for, 492, 493.
Satan the author of, 493-504.
final extermination of, 504, 545, 673, 678.
see also Satan; Sin.

Evil spirits, agency of, 511-517.
work of, 513.
efforts of, against Christ, 513, 514.
danger of those who deny existence of, 516.
cast out by Christ, 514-516.
see also Angels, evil; Satan; Spiritualism.

Excommunication, of Huss, 100.
of Luther, 133, 141, 143, 147.

Faith, awakening of, by Luther's preaching, 133.
lack of, in our day, 373.
essential to keeping of the law, 436.
nature of, 469-472.
faith only, without works, a popular doctrine, 472. ample evidence for, 527.
need of cherishing, 621.
see also Justification; Works.

False decretals, 56.

False doctrines, of Rome, in Protestant churches, 388, 389.

False prophets, 186, 187.

Familiar spirits, 556.
see also Spiritualism.

Fanaticism, in time of Luther, 186-193, 396, 397.
in Paul's day, 396.
in Wesley's time, 396.
in Netherlands, 239.
after disappointment of 1844, 395-398.
disappeared before proclamation of midnight cry, 400. met by all reformers, 396.

Farel, 213, 214.
New Testament translated by, 214.
work of, in France, 219.
in Switzerland, 230-232.
in Geneva, 232, 233, 265.

Fashion, worship of, 474.

Fathers, clinging to customs and traditions of, 164, 454.

Fathers of the church, traditions of, used for support of Sunday as Sabbath, 448, 455.

Ferdinand, King, 201, 202, 205.

Finney, Prof. C. G., on spiritual apathy in the churches, 377.

First advent of Christ, failure of Jews to understand prophecies of, 312-314, 378.
a curse pronounced by Jews on all who should compute time of, 378. see also Jews; Pharisees.

First angel's message, 311.
giving of, 351, 355-374, 379, 380, 398.
purpose of, 379.
represented by coming of bridegroom, 393, 394, 398, 400-403. points to Christ's ministration in most holy place, and to investigative judgment, 424, 434-436.
see also Advent Movement; Adventists.

Fitch, Charles, prophetic chart of, 392.

Flavel, work of, in England, 252, 253.

Forbearance of God, limits to, 36.
see also God.

Force, not employed by God, 493, 541-543, 591.

Foreign missions, rise and growth of, 287, 288.

Forged documents, used by papacy, 56.

Formalism in Christian churches, 378.

Fourth commandment, importance of, 434, 435.
change of, by papacy, 52, 446-449.
contains the seal of God, 640.
see also Sabbath; Law of God; Seal.

France, Luther's writings circulated in, 139.
Reformation in, 211-236.
rejection of gospel by, 230.
compared to Sodom, 270.
atheism and licentiousness in, 270-274, 584.
St. Bartholomew massacre in, 272, 273.
persecution of believers in, 97, 271.
conditions in, during the Revolution, 279-287.
proclamation of advent message in, 364.

Francis I., attitude of, toward gospel, 214, 222, 223. admiration of, for Berquin, 216, 217.
decides against the Reformation, 227-230.

Frederick, elector of Saxony, friendship of, for Luther, 138, 145, 165. at Diet of Worms, 162.
plans Luther's escape to Wartburg castle, 168.
Luther's letter to, on leaving Wartburg, 188, 189.
death of, 198, 199.

Freedom, of conscience, crushing of, 62.
of will, granted by God, 493, 541, 542, 591.
see also Conscience.

French Revolution, 230, 265-288.
scenes of, 273-277, 282-287.

Friars, mendicant, influence of, 82-85.
opposed by Wycliffe, 82-84, 87, 88.
sale of indulgences by, 127-129.
in time of Luther, 195.

Frith, 248.

Froment, work of, in Geneva, 232, 233.

Gamblers, influence of Miller's message on, 332.

Gambling, Governor Washburn on, 387.

Gaussen, work of, in Geneva, 364-366.
teaching children, 365.

Geneva, establishment of Reformation in, 232-234.
an asylum for Protestants, 236.

Gentiles, Paul an apostle to, 328.

George, duke of Saxony, denunciation of papacy by, 149, 150.

Germany, early missionaries to, 62.
progress of Reformation in, 120-170, 185-210.
proclamation of advent message in, 363.

Gethsemane, 348.

Gifts, mental, use of, 509.

God, long-suffering toward Israel, 27, 28.
forbearance of, 354, 495.
as Creator, 437, 438, 452.
wisdom of, in dealing with rebellion of Satan, 497, 498. character of, 500, 541, 542.
care of, for His people, 528-530, 560, 621, 626, 627, 633, 634. love of, contrasted with cruelty of Satan, 570.

Goddess of Reason, 275, 276.

Godliness, revival of, before end, 464.

Gospel, opposed to worldly maxims, 47.
advanced by death of Huss, 119.
establishment of, in Zurich, 179-181.
acceptance of, in France, 214, 215.
preaching of, committed to men, 312.
first dissemination of, by disciples, 328.
man freed from condemnation by, 468.

Government, of God, founded on love, 493.
Satan's efforts against, 534, 591.
laws necessary to, 584.
see also United States.

Great Britain, progress of Reformation in, 79-96.
see also England; Church of England.

Gregory VII., pope, perfection of Roman Church proclaimed by, 57, 97, 581.

Gregory XI., death of, 86.

Gregory XIII., attitude of, toward St. Bartholomew massacre, 273.

Grynaeus, rescue of, by Melanchthon, 205.

Guardian angel, detailed to every follower of Christ, 572.

Guillotine in France, 282.

Guthrie, Dr. Thomas, on separation of Presbyterian Church from Rome, 384.

Haller, 182-184.

Hamilton, 250.

Heaven, purity and holiness of, 542.
rebels could not be happy in, 542, 543.
sanctuary in, see Sanctuary.

Hell, false theories regarding, 535-537.

Henry IV., humiliation of, 57, 58.

Heresy, 44, 45, 58.
the council of Constance designed to root out, 104. in Roman Catholic Church, 58, 59.
in America, 293, 443.
sound doctrine denounced as, 389.
in Paul's day, 396.
accusations of, against Protestants, 51;
Waldenses, 61, 76-78;
Wycliffe, 89, 90;
Huss, 100, 107;
Jerome, 114;
Luther, 132, 133, 196;
Berquin, 216.
see also Error.

Heretics, attitude of Roman Catholic Church toward, 76-78, 104-115, 153, 154, 215-219, 577, 578.
see also Persecution; Religious liberty.

Herod, 643.

Hezekiah, 546.

Holiness, cannot be acquired without obedience, 472, 473. perfecting, 488.
see also Justification; Sanctification.

Holland, Luther's writings circulated in, 139.
Puritans in, 290, 291.

Holy of holies, 423-432.
coming of Christ to, 424-427, 480.
work of Christ in, 427-430, 433.
see also Sanctuary.

Holy Spirit, work of, 343, 462.
aid of, promised to sincere seekers, 526.
see also Pentecost; Spirit of God.

Hopkins, Dr. Samuel, on corruption in Protestant churches, 384.

Huguenots, persecution of, 227, 271-273.
effect of flight of, on France, 279.

Humility, 477.

Huss, John, 97-119.
early years and education of, 98.
conversion of, 100.
writings of Wycliffe read by, 96, 99.
condemnation of, by the pope, 100.
joined by Jerome in work of reform, 102, 103.
character of, 103.
used as God's instrument, 103.
summoned to council of Constance, 104.
letter of, to friends in Prague, 105.
letter of, to converted priest, 105, 106.
imprisonment of, 106.
courage of, 107, 110.
refusal of, to recant, 108.
martyrdom of, 109, 110.

Hypocrites in the church, 396.

Idolatry, in the church, 42, 43.
prevalence of, 43, 514, 583.
in France, 276.
in Roman Catholic Church, 568.
see also Image worship.

Ignorance, of Bible, 99, 195, 342.
no excuse for sin, 597, 598.

Image to the beast, 438, 442-445, 449.
see also Mark of the beast; United States; Protestants.

Image worship, 52, 65, 446.

Immortality of the soul, natural, taught by the Roman Church, 58, 549; Satan's first deception, 531-550;
origin and falsity of, 545, 549, 588;
not taught in Scriptures, 550.
true, when to be conferred, 223, 322, 323;
to be received through obedience, 533.

India, Wolff's travels in, 360.

Indulgences, a profitable fabrication, 59, 567.
sale of, in Germany, by Tetzel, 127-129;
in Switzerland, by Samson, 178, 179.
Luther's famous theses against, 128, 129.

Infallibility, of Scriptures, 89, 173, 174.
of pope, doctrine of, 50, 57, 237, 564.
see also Gregory VII.

Infidelity, attacked by Luther, 126.
prevalence of, 281, 288, 461, 526, 583, 586.
in France, 270, 274-277, 281, 285, 288, 586, 587.
Wm. Miller converted from, 318, 319.
cause of, 522.
danger from, 463, 600.
see also Atheism; Deism.

Innocent III., 581.

Inquisition, establishment of, 59.
in France, 235.
instruments of, a means of |conversion,| 569.

Intemperance, result of, 586, 589.

Intercession of Christ, 482-484, 489.

Interdict, papal, against Prague, 100, 101.

Intolerance, of Pilgrims, 293.

Iona, center of missionary effort, 62.
Sabbath observed on, 62.

Ireland, Christianity in, 62.

Isaiah, an example of true sanctification, 471.

Israelites, long-suffering of God toward, 19, 28.
compared to a goodly vine, 20.
apostasy of, 21.
great sin of, rejection of Christ, 22.
in bondage, lost knowledge of God's law, 453.
advent believers in 1844 compared to, 457-460.
cause of forty years' wandering of, 458.
enticed into sin by association with heathen, 508, 529, 530. see also Jews.

Italy, missionaries sent to, 62.
persecution in, 97.
Luther's writings in, 139.

Jacob, Sabbath kept by, 453.
experience of, at brook Jabbok (Jacob's trouble), 616-622.

Jeremiah, distress of, over Jerusalem, 21.
denounced as a traitor, 458.
fearlessly opposed wrong, 520.

Jerome, 99-119.
character of, 103.
imprisonment of, in Constance, 110, 111.
sufferings of, 111.
recantation and repentance of, 111-114.
defense of Huss by, 113.
martyrdom of, 115.

Jerusalem, destruction of, 17-38.
sorrow of Christ over, 18-22.
privileges bestowed upon, 19.
symbol of rebellious world, 22.
strategic location of, 26.
prophecies against, 27.
self-righteousness of, 27.
condition of society in, after rejection of Christ, 28. besieged by Cestius, 30, 31;
by Titus, 31.
sufferings of people in, during siege, 31-33.
not one Christian perished in, 30.
destruction of, foreshadows destruction of world, 36-38. see also New Jerusalem.

Jesus, see Christ; Messiah.

Jesuits, organization, aims, and work of, 234, 235. in France, 279.

Jewish church, alliance of, with heathen, 382.
leaders, failure of, to understand prophecies of first advent, 312, 313, 378.

Jews, woe upon, 30.
sufferings of, during siege of Jerusalem, 31-33, 35. Sabbath laws of, 52.
sinful ignorance of, regarding first advent, 313.
fate of, sealed by rejection of gospel, 328.
seventy weeks allotted to, in prophecy, 328, 345.
proclamation of second advent to, by Joseph Wolff, 359-362. spiritual darkness of, 377, 378.
worldliness of, in time of Christ, 378.
formalism of, 378.
rejection of prophetic truths by, 378.
refusal of, to receive light, 430.
rejection of, by God, 431.
satisfied with religion of their fathers, 454.
spirit of, revealed in rejection of Christ, 506.
ceremonies of, 568.
God's presence withdrawn from, 615.
guilt of, 628.
see also Israelites; Jerusalem.

Job, affliction of, 589.
an example of true sanctification, 471.

John the Baptist, Wycliffe compared to, 93.

John, duke and elector of Saxony, 199.
signs Confession at Augsburg, 207.
Luther's letter to, 209, 210.

John XXIII., pope, summoned to council of Constance, 104. character of, 104, 106.
Huss imprisoned by order of, 106.
committed to same prison, 106.

Jonah, 406.

Joseph, 626.

Judas, failure of, to learn lessons of Christ, 43, 44.

Judgment, warning of, 353.
message, extent of, 361.
preparation for, 436.
law of God the standard in, 482.
time of, 548.
the investigative: 352, 353, 422-429, 436, 479-491; opening of, announced by message of first angel, 355, 356, 486; Daniel's vision of, 479;
only cases of professing Christians considered in, 480; righteous dead not raised till after, 482;
work of Christ in, 483-485;
work of Satan in, 484;
work of, finished before second advent, 485;
close scrutiny of, 428, 486-488;
should be clearly understood by people of God, 488, 489; progress of, 489-491.
See also First angel's message.
the executive: 425, 426, 503;
scenes of, 665-673.
of wicked, going on in heaven during thousand years, 480, 660, 661.

Judgments of God, 543, 627, 628.

Justice, courts of, corruption in, 586.

Justice of God, shown in punishment of wicked, 541-544. acknowledged by the lost, 668;
by Satan, 669, 670.

Justification by faith, revealed to Luther, 125.
held by Huss, 140.
learned by Wesley, 253-256.
see also Faith.

Justification by works, 55, 56, 73, 83, 123, 253, 255, 256.

Kingdom, when the saints will inherit, 322.
reception of, by Christ, 427, 479, 480.
of God, when set up, 323.
of glory, 347.
of grace, 347, 348.

Knox, John, work of, in Scotland, 250, 251.
conflict of, with Queen Mary, 250, 251.
belief of, in second coming of Christ, 303.

Laborers, to be qualified by Holy Spirit, in latter rain, 606.

Lacunza, work of, in South America, 363.

Latimer, supremacy of Bible upheld by, 248, 249.
martyrdom of, 249.

Latter rain, power attending, 611-613.

Law, ceremonial, abrogation of, by death of Christ, 328.

Law, moral, the foundation of God's government, 66. immutability of, 66, 433-450, 454, 466, 467, 503.
not abrogated by Christ, 260, 466-468.
sacredness of, 433, 434.
perpetuity of, 434, 453.
unerring rule of life, 452.
knowledge of, preserved in earth, 453.
nature of, 467.
defended by Wesley, 262-264.
in ark in heavenly sanctuary, 433, 434.
reveals sin, 467, 468.
blessings in obedience to, 478.
standard of character in judgment, 482.
how regarded by religious leaders, 465, 466;
by prophets and apostles, 466.
to be rejected by Christian world, 22.
changes made in, by Roman Catholic Church, 52, 65, 446. result of believing it abolished, 260-262.
trampled underfoot by Rome, 65, 453;
by France, 274, 285, 286.
result of disobeying, 478.
result of setting aside, 584-588.
Satan's object, to lead into transgression of, 582. wide-spread belief in abrogation of, 584, 585.
light on, to be given to all, 605.
wicked see in hand of Christ at second advent, 639, 668. see also Fourth commandment; Sabbath; Sanctuary; Temple in heaven.

Laws, oppressive, to be enacted in the United States, 442.

Laymen, advent message largely proclaimed by, 380.

Lefevre, first in France to receive Reformation, 212. teachings of, 213.
translation of New Testament by, 214.

Leopard beast of Revelation thirteen, interpretation of, 439, 578. characteristics of, 446.
see also Beast.

Lessons in God's dealings with men, 343, 344.

Liberality in religious belief, sometimes danger in, 520-522.

Liberty, civil and religious, Wycliffe's struggle for, 80. end of religious, in Bohemia, 118.
secured by edict of Spires, 197, 198.
in Germany, 200, 201.
goes with Bible, 265, 276, 277, 281, 285.
not license, 281, 284.
rejection of principles of, by France, 265, 276, 277, 281, 285. false ideas of, 522, 535.
in God's law, 285, 466-468.
carnal, 559.
of conscience once valued by Protestants, 563.
see also Persecution; Puritans; Religious liberty; United States.

Light of truth, result of rejecting, 164, 165, 378, 431, 456, 458-460, 583, 597.
importance of receiving, 344, 408.
to be faithfully disseminated, 459, 460.

Liquor-dealers, influence of Miller's preaching on, 332.

Lisbon earthquake, 304, 305.

Litch, Josiah, prediction of, regarding fall of Ottoman empire, 334, 335.

Literature, circulation of, by Waldenses, 70, 71.
in time of Wycliffe, 84, 85, 87-89, 94.
in Bohemia, 96, 97, 99, 100, 119.
in time of Luther, 139, 140, 160, 169, 194.
in Switzerland, 178.
in France, 214, 215, 231.
in Geneva, 236.
in Scotland, 249.
see also Books; Writings.

Little horn of Daniel seven, 446.
see also Leopard beast.

Lollards, persecution of, 94, 95.
Lollard towers, 95.

Lord's day, see Sabbath; Fourth commandment; Sunday; Roman Catholic Church.

Lord's supper, supplanted by the mass, 59.

Lot, escape of, 431, 512.

Lotteries, 387.

Louis XV., selfishness of, 280.

Louis XVI., execution of, 230.

Lucian, 178.

Lucifer, the originator of evil, 493-499.
desire of, to penetrate secret purposes of God, 523. see also Satan.

Luther, Martin, 120-170, 185-210.
early years, parentage, and training of, 120-122.
study of Scriptures by, 122, 123.
work of, in University of Wittenberg, 124-126, 128, 139. visit of, to Rome, 124, 125.
accepts doctrine of righteousness by faith, 125.
theses of, against indulgences, 129, 130.
efforts of Rome against, 131, 137, 140-144.
trial of, at Augsburg, 135-137.
refusal of, to recant, 136.
escape of, from Augsburg, 137.
wide influence of writings of, 139, 140, 194.
crisis in work of, 141-143.
courage of, 141, 142, 151-153.
final separation of, from Rome, 143.
journey of, to Worms, 151-153.
before the Diet, 155-161.
prayer of, 157.
refusal of, to compromise with Rome, 165, 166.
edict of Rome against, 167.
seclusion of, in Wartburg castle, 168, 169.
saved from self-exaltation, 169, 170.
efforts of, against fanaticism at Wittenberg, 188-193. translation of New Testament by, 193.
resort to secular power for protection, opposed by, 209. belief of, in second coming of Christ, 303.
on time of the judgment, 356.
on state of the dead, 549.

Lutterworth, see Wycliffe.

Magi, rank, learning, and wealth of, 315.
Hebrew Scriptures understood by, 315.
watching for the Messiah, 315.
light heeded by, 316.

Man, nature of, at creation, 467.
Satan plots ruin of, 531.
looking to, in place of God, 595.

|Man of sin,| developed by compromise between paganism and Christianity, 50, 266.
See Papacy.

Margaret, sister of Francis I., a Protestant, 214.
protector of Protestants, 221-224.

Mark of the beast, sign of allegiance to Rome, 445-450, 579, 627. how received, 604, 605.
see also Image; Protestants; United States.

Marks of the crucifixion, Christ always to bear, 674.

Marriage as a symbol, 381, 382.
supper of the Lamb, 427, 428.

Martyrs, early Christian, 40, 47.
in the sixth century, 54, 55.
by the Inquisition, in the thirteenth century, 59.
no fear of death in, 74.
in England, 94, 95, 247, 249, 252.
in Bohemia, 98, 109, 110, 114, 115, 254.
in Switzerland, 180.
in Germany, 211.
in France, 217, 218, 220, 225-230, 271, 282.
in Meaux, 215.
in the Netherlands, 238, 240.
in Scotland, 249, 250.

Mary, Queen of Scots, and John Knox, 250, 251.

Mass (or Eucharist), 59, 189, 190.

Meaux, Reformation in, 214, 215, 219.

Mediator, Christ as, 74, 75, 126, 133, 488.
when man will be without a, 425.

Melanchthon, the friend of Luther, 134, 151, 210.
perplexed by fanaticism, 187.
rescues Grynaeus, 205.
Augsburg Confession drawn up by, 196-206.
on second advent, 303.

Mendicants, see Friars.

Menno Simons, work of, 238, 239.

Mercy of God, to first disciples, 348.
door of, open, 429, 430, 435.
shown in destruction by flood, 543.

Message of Revelation eighteen, when given, 390, 603. condition of world under, 603, 604.
see also First angel's message; Second angel's message; Third angel's message; Advent Movement.

Messiah, prophecies of, 326, 327, 345, 346, 410.
first advent of, explained to Joseph Wolff, 357-359. Jews ignorant of coming of, 378.
see also Christ; First advent.

Meteoric shower, see Stars.

Methodists, origin of, 257.
character of, in days of Wesley, 259.
persecution of, 259.
see also Wesley.

Middle Ages, 66, 572.
see also Dark Ages.

Midnight, God's people delivered at, 636.
of the world (figurative), 60.

Midnight cry, 398-408, 426, 427.
impelling power of, 402.

Millennium, temporal, not taught in Bible, 321.
effect of belief in, 321.
condition of earth during, 653-660.
see also Thousand years.

Miller, William, 317-342.
early years and character of, 317, 318, 335.
conversion of, from infidelity, 319.
study of Bible by, 319-330.
called to preach, 330, 331.
work of, 331, 332, 368-375.
associates of, in labors, 335.
opposition to, by religious teachers, 335-337.
protected by angels, 337.
wrong conclusion of, regarding end of 2300 days, 351-353. proclamation of second advent message committed to, 368. attitude of, toward fanaticism, 396, 397.
see also Advent Movement; First angel's message.

Mind, when under control of Satan, 59.
a law of the, 555.

Ministers, training of, by Vaudois, 70, 71.
influence of popular, in undermining faith in Bible, 336. errors taught by, 536.
not infallible, 596, 597.
leaning on, for religious belief, 596.
harvest from false teachings of, 654, 655.
see also Preaching.

Ministration, of earthly priests, 413, 418-422.
of Christ, 413, 415-417, 420-422, 480, 482-485, 488-491. of angels, 480, 482, 486, 487, 511.

Miracles, of Christ; casting out of devils, at Gadara, 514, 515; man possessed, blind and dumb, 515;
youth who had dumb spirit, 515;
demoniac at Capernaum, 516.
of healing, to be performed in time of trouble, 612, 624. so-called, in support of Sunday observance, 575-577; through agency of Spiritualism, 588;
counterfeit, 593;
of Satan, 612, 624.

Missionary spirit, the spirit of Christ, 70.

Missionaries, Waldensian, 70-76.
in England, 87, 94.
Whitefield and the Wesleys in America, 254.
see also Colporteurs; Writings; Wolff.

Missions, foreign, growth of, 287.

Monasteries, 82-84.

Money, Wesley on right use of, 385.
how squandered by professed Christians, 475.
used in self-indulgence, 488.

Monks, 82-85.
see also Friars; Monasteries.

Moon, darkening of, 305-308.
see also Signs.

Moravians, churches of, 119.
in storm at sea, 254, 255.
Wesley's stay among, 255, 256.

Morin, 225, 226

Moses, writer of Pentateuch, 434.

Munsterites, 239.

Muenzer, 191-193.

Myconius, 183.

Mysteries, revealed, 341, 599.
unrevealed, 522.

Mystery in God's providences, 47, 48.

Mystery of iniquity, work of, in early church, 49, 384, 385.

National prosperity, foundation of, 277-279, 285, 286.

National reform movement, 587.

Nature, worship of, 522, 583.

Nehemiah, 56.

Nero, character of, 78.
among Satan's host, at end of world, 667.
mother of, 667.

Netherlands, progress of Reformation in, 237-240.

New birth, results of, 468.

New earth, description of, 675-678.

New England, as an asylum for the oppressed, 295, 296. advent message in, 332.

New Jerusalem, as the bride, 426, 427.
righteous welcomed to, 646, 647, 665.
descends from heaven, 663.
effort of Satan to conquer, 663, 664.
metropolis of new earth, 676.

New Testament, see Bible, translations of.

Nineveh, Jonah's message to, 406.

Noah, message of, 337-339, 371, 431, 491.
Sabbath kept by, 453.

Nobles, of France, 279, 280.

Obedience, blessings of, 476.

OEcolampadius, character and work of, 182-184.
death of, 212.

Offerings, see Sanctuary.

Olivetan, cousin of Calvin, 220.

One hundred and forty-four thousand, song of, 648.

Open door, see Door of mercy.

Oppression, see Dark Ages; Papacy; Persecution.

Ottoman empire, fall of, predicted by Litch, 334, 335.

Paganism, union of, with Christianity, 43, 50, 52.
persecutions under, 39-48.
errors of, in Christian church, 58.

Pagan Rome, in prophecy, 438.
authority of, transferred to papacy, 54, 439.
see also Dragon.

Palestine, travels of Wolff in, 360.

Papacy, establishment of, 50, 54.
supremacy of, 50, 51, 60, 82, 126, 251, 453, 573, 581. condition of world under, 60.
arrogance of, 50, 60.
attitude of, toward Waldenses, 76-78.
efforts of, to silence Wycliffe, 85, 86.
the great schism in, 86, 87, 103.
how represented in prophecy, 438, 439, 445, 446, 578. special characteristic of, 446.
how Protestants pay homage to, 442, 447, 448.
attempt of, to change law of God, 52, 446.
character and aims of, 562-581.
infallibility claimed by, 50, 57, 564.
in the United States, 564, 573.
future success of, 566, 572.
an attractive religion, 566.
right to pardon sin, claimed by, 83, 567.
compared to Jewish church, 568.
cruelty of, 569-571.
false science to prepare way for, 573.
to regain power, 578-581.
see also Pope; Popes; Roman Catholic Church; Traditions.

Parable, of ten virgins, 393-395, 398, 400, 402, 426-428. of marriage supper, 428.

Pardon for sin, claimed by Rome, 83, 567.
obtained only through Christ, 126.

Paris, the Reformation in, 212-230.
conditions in, at Revolution, 279, 283.

Park, Edwards A., on law of God, 465, 466.

Passover lamb, Christ represented by, 399.

Pastors, trusting to, for religious belief, 380, 655. see also Ministers.

Paul, conversion of, 328.
commission of, to Gentiles, 328.
heresy in days of, 396.
warning of, to Thessalonians, 456.
accusation against, 458.
an example of true sanctification, 471.
protected by angels, 512.
courageous opposer of wrong, 520.
in the New Jerusalem, 667.

Penalty, civil, to be inflicted for keeping law of God, 459.

Penance, 56.

Pentecost, 351;
experience of last days similar to, 611.
see also Holy Spirit.

People of God, suppression of history of, during Dark Ages, 61. contrasted with worshipers of beast and image, 445, 446. distinguished by regard for fourth commandment, 446. during great day of atonement, 490, 491, 601, 602.
protected by angels, 513, 517, 630-632.
care of God for, 528-530, 560, 621, 626, 627, 631-634. denounced as cause of disasters, 590-592, 614, 615. trial of, to the utmost, 618.
persecution of, 619.
faith of, 619, 621, 622.
anxiety of, over past sins, 619-621.
seek for perfection in Christ, 622, 623.
deliverance of, 635-652.
rainbow about companies of, 636.
translation of, 645, 646.
see also Christians; Persecution; Redeemed; |Time of trouble.|

Persecution, Christ's followers to suffer, 39, 143, 144, 507, 610. in first centuries, 39-48.
a means of keeping church pure, 44, 48.
reasons for, to be left with God, 47, 48, 609.
why not seen to-day, 48.
during 1260 years, 55, 266, 439;
cut short, 266, 267.
truth extended by, 96, 196, 219, 240, 250, 252.
of Waldenses, 65, 78, 97.
of Wycliffe, 89, 90, 609.
of Lollards, 94, 95.
of Huss, 100-109, 609.
of Luther, 137-143, 145-167, 609.
in Germany, 196.
of French Protestants, 223-226, 271-273, 278.
of believers in Netherlands, 239, 240.
of Wesley and his followers, 258, 259, 609.
of Puritans, 290.
of advent believers, 372.
of Sabbath-keepers, 607-609.
see also Heretics.

Persia, Wolff's travels in, 360.

Peter, protected by angels, 512.

Petri, Olaf and Laurentius, 242-244.

Pharaoh, 251, 269, 275.

Pharisees, ignorance of, regarding Messiah, 314.

Philosophy, pagan, in the church, 58.
human, 126, 522.

Physical righteousness, 473-475.

Piedmont, see Waldenses.

Pilate, 164.

Pilate's staircase, 125.

Pilgrim Fathers, see Puritans.

|Pilgrim's Progress,| 252.

Pius IX., pope, 564.

Plagues, of Egypt, 627, 628.
of last days, 628, 629.

Plan of salvation, revealed in Bible, 81.
under the guidance of God, 343.
culmination of, 486.
to be study of redeemed, 651.

Pleasure-seeking, 387.

Policy in religious matters, 460.

Political corruption, 586, 592.

Pope, arrogant claims of, 50, 51, 56.
authority claimed by, 50, 57, 261, 580.
acknowledged as God's vicegerent, 51, 53, 102, 140. faith transferred from Christ to, 55.
impeachment of, 237.
led into captivity, 439.
see also Papacy; Roman Catholic Church.

Popes, great schism of, 86, 87, 103, 104.

Prague, Reformation in, 99, 100, 104.
placed under interdict, 100, 101, 104.

Prayer, necessity of, in Bible study, 132, 599, 600. Luther's belief in, 156, 157, 209, 210.
power of, 210.
lack of, 373, 488.
necessity for, 525, 530, 601.
in time of trouble, 621, 622.

Preaching, of Luther, 152.
of Zwingle, 174-177, 180.
of Farel and Froment, 232.
of Joseph Wolff, 359-362.
of children in Scandinavia, 366, 367.
of advent truths, in 1844, 400-408.
of unpopular truths, 458-460.
see also Ministers.

Predestination, 261.

Present truth, in days of Luther, 143.
in our day, 143, 144.

Presumption, 59.

Priests, at bar of God, 668.
see also Friars; Monks.

Priests and rulers, rejection of Christ by, 595.
ministers of to-day compared with, 596.

Printing, art of, 61, 88, 288.
of Tyndale's Bible, 247.
see also Books.

Prison-house of Satan, 659.

Prizes, offering of, a species of gambling, 387.

Probation, close of, 428, 429.
no future, 662.

Procopius, 116-118.

Prophecy, importance of study of, 341, 342, 344, 345. consolation in, 391-394.
study of, by William Miller, 320-329;
by prophets, 344;
by Gaussen, 365;
by Adventists, 391, 423.
fulfilled by Miller and his associates, 405.
of 1260 years, 54, 266, 439.
of 2300 years, 324-329, 351-353, 398, 409, 410, 417, 429, 457, 486. of the |two witnesses,| 266-287.
to be understood, 340, 341, 521.
of first advent, not understood by disciples, 346, 347. see also Beasts; Chronology; Prophecies; Signs.

Prophecies, of destruction of Jerusalem, 21, 22, 25-27, 30. of second advent, 299-302, 310, 311, 320-329.
failure of Jews to understand, 313-316, 344-346.
concerning first advent, fulfilment of, 344-348, 405, 424-429. of Daniel and the Revelation, not mysteries, 340-342, 365, 380, 594. fulfilled, 391-408.
on Sabbath reform, 451-453.
see also Chronology; Papacy; Prophecy; |Time of trouble;| United States.

Protest, of early Christians, 95.
of the Princes, 197-204;
text of, 202-204;
effect of, 203, 204.

Protestantism, vital principles of, 197, 202, 203, 291, 441. dangers of, 211, 234, 235.
strength of, 236.
apostasy of, 297, 298, 384-390, 444, 571.
to clasp hands with Spiritualism and Catholicism, 588.

Protestants, rise of, 204, 205.
persecution of, in France, 225, 230.
menaced by powerful foes, 234.
increasing favor shown to Rome by, 563, 566.
homage paid to Rome by, in Sunday-keeping, 447, 448. following in steps of Rome, 383, 384, 443, 523, 573.

Protestant churches, rise of, 383.
daughters of Rome, 382.
fall of, 383, 389.
many true Christians in, 383, 390.
seeking aid of secular power, 383.
union of, upon common points of doctrine, 444, 445. seeking favor of world, 571.

Punishment, of rich, 653, 654.
of unfaithful pastors and people, 654-657.
of Satan, 658-660.
of wicked, 666, 673.

Purgatory, doctrine of, 58, 59.
an invention of paganism, 58.

Puritans, 280-298.
persecution of, in England, 290.
flight of, from England, 290.
departure of, from Holland, 291-293.
intolerance of, 293.
character of early, 296.
regard of, for Bible, 296.

Rainbow, seen in time of trouble, 636.

Reason, worship of, 193.
in France, 275, 276.

Rebellion, of Lucifer, 493-500, 503.
spirit of, 500, 502.

Rechabites, Wolff visits, 362.

Reconciliation, 467, 468.

Records, of Inquisition, 59, 61, 62.
in books of heaven, 59, 61, 486, 487.
see also Books.

Redeemed, entrance of, into New Jerusalem, 646, 647. song of, 649-651, 665.
triumph of, 650.
home of, 674-678.
hold open communion with God, 676, 677.
education of, 677, 678.

Reformation, foundation of, laid by Wycliffe, 92-94. advancement of, 148, 186, 197.
efforts of Satan to counterfeit, 186-192.
friends of, protected by angels, 205-208.
threatened by grave dangers, 206, 209.
brought to notice of great men, 208.
progress of, in Great Britain, 79-96, 245-253;
in Germany, 120-170, 185-210;
in Switzerland, 171-184, 232-234;
in France, 214-224;
in Netherlands and Scandinavia, 237-244.
France warned against, by pope, 277.
extent of, 265.
work of, to restore Bible to people, 388.
obstacles met by, 396.
see also Calvin; Huss; Luther; Protestantism; Protestants; Tyndale; Wycliffe; Zwingle.

Reformers, Wycliffe one of the greatest, 94.
character of, 94, 171, 243, 244.
work of, 606.
belief of, in second coming of Christ, 302, 303.
see also Calvin; Huss; Jerome; Knox; Latimer; Luther; Melanchthon; Wycliffe; Zwingle; etc.

Reign of Terror, 273, 282.

Religion, profession of, has become popular, 386.
formality in, 55.
the sport of infidels, 463.
Satan's counterfeit of, 464.
pure, defined, 474.

Religious liberty, termed heresy, 45.
in Germany, 197-205.
in Holland, 240.
in Reformed countries, 244.
believed in by Puritans, 291-298.
upheld by Roger Williams, 293-295.
in United States, 441, 443.
merely endured by Rome, 565.
God's way of working, 591.
see also Conscience; Heretics; Persecution; Puritans; Toleration; United States.

Religious worship prohibited in France, 274.

Remission of sin, in sanctuary services, 417, 418.

Repentance, 468.

Republicanism, a fundamental principle of the United States, 441.

Resurrection of the dead, 322.
of Christ, wave-sheaf a type of, 399.
the first, 482, 544.
the first and second, distinction between, 544.
doctrine of, why neglected, 547.
special, of Sabbath-keepers, 637;
of those who crucified Christ, 637.
of righteous, 644.
of wicked, 661, 662.

Revelation, book of, studied by Miller, 320.
to be understood, 341, 342.
relation of, to book of Daniel, 341.

Revivals, modern, 461-478.
results of genuine, 461, 462.
popular, 463, 464.
secret of lack of power in, 465.

Revolution, see French Revolution.

Rich, punishment of, 654.

Richard II., 89.

Ridley, 248, 303.

Righteousness by faith, see Justification by faith.

Robbing God, 475.

Robinson, Pastor John, address of, to Puritans, 291, 292.

Roman Catholic Church, development of, 50-60, 580.
claims of, 261, 564, 567, 580, 596.
customs in, 49.
attitude of, toward Bible, 51, 81, 89, 97, 195, 235, 236, 265, 269, 340, 388.
errors introduced by, 58, 59, 82-84, 536.
records of persecution, 61, 62, 563, 570, 571.
condition of, in time of Wycliffe, 86;
Huss, 103;
Luther, 149.
Luther's separation from, 120-143.
defended by Aleander, 147-149.
efforts of, against Luther, 137-141, 145-167.
description of, as Babylon, 382, 383;
as leopard beast, 179, 439, 578.
result of revolt against, in France, 283-285.
sign of authority of, 446-448, 573.
true Christians in, 449, 565.
Protestants following in steps of, 383, 384, 443, 523, 573. gaining in favor with Protestants, 563, 572-574, 580, 581. popularity of, 566, 571.
schools of, patronized by Protestants, 566.
worship of, attractive, 566, 567.
in comparison with Jewish church, 568.
idolatry in, 568.
means used by, to compel obedience, 569.
reserves right to interpret Scriptures, 596.
see also Papacy; Pope.

Rome, the seat of papal power, 54.
visit of Luther to, 124, 125.
visit of bishops to, 237.

Rulers, corruption among, 586.

Russia, proclamation of advent message in, 364.

Sabbath, memorial of creation, 54, 455.
authority of, 455.
observed throughout the ages, 52, 61-65, 453.
set aside for Sunday, 53.
hatred of Rome for, 64, 65.
abolished in France, 274.
study of, by advent believers, 434, 435.
importance of, 437, 438.
a sign of creative power of God, 54, 436-438.
change of, 447, 448, 452.
not changed by Christ, 447.
no authority in Bible for change of, 447.
promises to observers of, 451-453.
arguments against, 454, 455, 587.
divine authority of, acknowledged by Romanists, 447, 577. disasters attributed to observance of, 590.
test of loyalty to God, 605.
see also Fourth commandment; Law of God; Sabbath-keepers; Sunday.

Sabbath-keepers, in all ages, 52, 453.
in 1844, 434, 435.
work of, 454, 603-606, 609, 611, 612.
among Waldenses, 577.
persecution of, by enemies, 592, 607-610, 626, 627; by former brethren, 608.
denounced as cause of disasters, 590, 592, 614, 615. decree to be issued against, 615, 616, 626, 631, 635. experience of, in time of trouble, 616-634.
the mountains afford refuge for, 626.
special resurrection of, 637.
triumph of, 638-640.
see also Christians; People of God; Redeemed; Sabbath.

Sabbath reform, 451-456, 587.

Sacrifice of the mass, 59, 189, 190.

Sacrifices, see Sanctuary.

Sacrificing for Christ, 387.

Safe-conduct, of Huss, 105-107, 163.
of Luther, 150, 154, 163.

Saloons, closed as effect of Miller's preaching, 332.

Samson, indulgence-monger in Switzerland, 178, 179.

Sanctification,
true, work of, 465, 467, 469, 470, 473;
how attained, 469, 470;
nature of, 470;
as set forth in the Scriptures, 473, 474;
fruits of, 477, 478;
examples of, 470, 471.
false, in Luther's day, 193;
in last days, 469, 471-473, 475.

Sanctuary, in type and antitype, 409-432.
not the earth, 411.
study of, by Adventists, 411-415.
key to meaning of disappointment in 1844, 423, 431, 432. should be clearly understood, 488-490.
earthly, description of, 411-415;
a pattern of heavenly, 414, 415;
services in, a type, 417-420, 428, 433, 435;
cleansing of, 328, 352, 410, 417, 418, 426;
services in, continued after crucifixion, 615.
heavenly, services in, 413-415, 420-422, 428-431, 433, 435; advent believers directed to, 424, 425;
ministration in first apartment of, 421, 422;
work of Christ in, 421, 422, 433-435, 480, 482-491. see also Advent Movement; Law; Tabernacle; Temple.

Satan, efforts of, to induce Christians to compromise with world, 49, 50, 298.
arts of, 192, 193, 518, 519.
satisfaction of, in horrors of Reign of Terror, 284. policy of, 378.
the accuser, 395, 484.
position and beauty of, before fall, 493-495.
disaffection and rebellion of, 494-500.
long-suffering of God with, 496.
rebellion of, a lesson to universe, 499.
character of God misrepresented by, 281, 498, 500, 502. character of, 501, 502.
self-exaltation of, 504, 554.
enmity of, toward man, 505, 510.
danger in denying existence of, 516, 524.
importance of having right estimate of, 516, 517.
power and malice of, 517.
present at worship of God, 518.
power of, to show appearance of departed friends, 552, 560; to appear as angel of light, 588.
ability of, to quote Scripture, 559.
work of, through elements, 589, 590.
compulsion the resort of, 591.
to personate Christ, 624.
binding of, 658-660.
sins of God's people to be placed upon, 658, 673.
judgment of, 661.
last struggle of, for supremacy, 663, 664, 671, 672. acknowledges justice of his sentence, 669, 670.
see also Evil spirits; Lucifer; Snares of Satan.

Saxons in Great Britain, 62, 63.

Saxony, Bohemians flee to, 254.

Scandinavia, progress of the Reformation in, 241-244. proclamation of advent message in, 366.
child-preachers in, 366, 367.

Scapegoat, in sanctuary service, 419, 420.
Satan typified by, 422, 485, 658.

Schism, the Great, see Popes.

Science, research into, sometimes a snare of Satan, 522. false, to prepare way for papacy, 573.
not a true foundation for religious belief, 595.

Scoffers, in Noah's time, 338.
in Miller's time, 339, 340, 404, 408, 429.
in last days, 561, 635, 642.

Scotland, a refuge for persecuted Christians, 62.
persecutions in, 249, 250.
work of Knox in, 250, 251.

Scriptures, the detector of error, 51.
study of, 80, 81, 598, 599, 600.
Wycliffe demands restoration of, to people, 81.
infallibility of, 89, 249.
Wolff on popular system of interpretation of, 360.
study of, danger of neglecting, 519, 521.
fanciful interpretations of, 520, 521.
a safeguard, 559, 593-603.
see also Bible; Word of God.

Seal of God, 613, 640.

Second advent of Christ, foretold, 39, 454.
hope of believers in all ages, 299-303.
signs of, 304-316, 333, 334.
warning of, why not committed to religious leaders, 315. manner of, 321.
taught in Scriptures, 321-323.
time of, 324;
not known by men, 457;
error in regard to, 328, 368, 482.
warning of, rejected, 338, 339, 366.
proclamation of, 352-354.
preached by Joseph Wolff, 359, 360;
William Miller, 329-333, 352-354, 368-374.
belief in, found in Bokhara, Yemen, and Tartary, 361, 362. taught in England, South America, Germany, France, Switzerland, Scandinavia, 362-367.
preparation for, in 1844, 401-403.
false theory of, 525.
manner of, cannot be counterfeited by Satan, 625.
scenes of, 636-644.
see also Advent Movement; Christ; Prophecy; Prophecies.

Second angel's message, 381-390.

Second commandment, expunged from law by papacy, 52.

Secrets of God, men not to search into, 523.

Self-depreciation, 477.

Self-exaltation, Luther removed from danger of, 170. danger from, 471, 494-499, 503.

Self-indulgence, 473-475, 488.

Self-justification, of Satan, 499.
of sinners to-day, 500.

Self-sufficiency, 509.

Sennacherib, 512.

Seventh-day Adventists, 409-422, 429-432.
proclamation of final warning by, 603-612.
see also Law; People of God; Sabbath; Sanctuary; Third angel's message.

Seventy weeks, prophecy of, 324, 328, 345-347, 410.

Sigismund, 104-108, 115-118, 163.

Signs of second advent, 304-316, 391, 456.
Lisbon earthquake, 304, 305.
darkening of sun and moon, 306-308.
condition of churches, 309, 310.
falling of the stars, 333, 334.
see also Prophecies.

Simon Magus, 128.

Sin, definition of, 472.
origin of, 492-502.
love of, 508.
end of, 504, 545.
remission of, in sanctuary service, 417, 418, 421, 425. see also Evil; Satan.

Sins, secret, revealed in judgment, 486.
blotting out of, from books in heaven, 421, 422, 484-486, 614.

Skepticism, see Infidelity.

Snares of Satan, 518-530.
in worldly business, 519.
self-gratification, 519.
in appeals to appetite, 474.
neglect of prayer and Bible study, 519, 525.
accusing of brethren, 519.
unconverted church-members, 520.
false theories, 520, 523.
wresting and perverting of Scripture, 520, 521.
liberality of religious belief, 522.
scientific research, 522.
unwise speculations, 522, 523.
Spiritualism, 524.
denial of pre-existence of Christ, 524.
false teaching regarding second advent, 525.

Society, condition of, in last days, 583-586.
corruption in, attributed to Sunday desecration, 587.

Sodom, warning rejected by, 431, 512.
spiritual, 269.

Solomon, 509.

Sophie Arnoult, 270.

South America, proclamation of advent message in, 363.

Spain, Luther's writings in, 139.
earthquake felt in, 304.

Spalatin, 165.

Speculation, human, 126, 522.

Spires, Diet of, 197-210.
protest of, 197-204.

Spirit of God, when to be withdrawn from earth, 615. see also Holy Spirit; Pentecost.

Spirit manifestations, 552, 560.
the rapping delusion, 553.
made to take place of Bible, 557.
see also Evil spirits; Spiritualism.

Spirits, to be tried by Bible, 397.
agency of evil, 511-517.
communion with, forbidden, 556.
uphold Sunday observance, 591.

Spiritualism, 551-562.
one of Satan's most successful agencies, 524, 552, 561, 562. converts to, where found, 556.
erroneous teaching of, 555-558.
leads to self-indulgence and excess, 555, 603, 604. assuming Christian guise, 558.
deceptive power of, 558, 559, 588.
Scriptures a safeguard against, 559.
miracles to be wrought through, 588, 589.
see also Angels; Evil Spirits; Satan; Spirit manifestations.

Spurgeon, on sacramentarianism in the Church of England, 384.

Standard-bearers, 55.

Star, seen at deliverance of God's people, 638.

Stars, falling of, 333, 334.
see also Signs.

State, duty of, 201.
see also Church and state; United States.

Staupitz, 123.

St. Bartholomew massacre, 272, 273.

Stephen, 328.

Suffrage in the United States, 297.

Sun, darkening of, 305-308.
see also Signs.

Sunday, made a public festival, 53.
given place of Sabbath by Rome, 53, 447, 448.
origin of observance of, 54, 474-477.
no scriptural evidence for, 434, 435.
observance of, an act of homage to Rome, 442, 448, 449, 579, 580. not the Lord's day, 447.
enforcement of, in United States, 573.
first law for observance of, 574.
so-called miracles in support of, 575, 576.
observance of, in future, to be enforced by law, 449, 573, 579, 592. movement in United States, 587.
accusations against non-observers of, 587, 590.
spirit manifestations in support of, 591.
to be declared sacred by Satan when personating Christ, 624. see also Mark; Sabbath.

Supremacy of Rome, see Papacy.

Sweden, gospel welcomed to, 243.
work of the Petri brothers in, 242, 243.
work of, in Thirty Years' War, 244.
Reformation in, 243, 244.
second advent message in, 366, 367.

Switzerland, missionaries to, 62.
Luther's writings in, 139.
advent message proclaimed in, 364.

Symbols of prophecy, interpretation of, 438-445, 578.

Syria, travels of Wolff in, 360.

Tabernacle, of Moses, 411-415.
replaced by temple of Solomon, 412.
destruction of, by Romans, 17-38, 412.
the sanctuary of first covenant, 413.
services in, a shadow of heavenly, 433.
see also Sanctuary.

Talent, proper use of, 487.
use of, by Satan, 509.

Tarrying time, 398-408.
a trial of patience, 392, 393.
a fulfilment of prophecy, 407, 408.

Tausen, |Reformer of Denmark,| character and work of, 241, 242. imprisonment of, 242.

Temperance work and the Sunday movement, 587.

Temple of Solomon, beauty of, 17, 18, 23.
history of, 24 (note), 412.
destruction of, beheld by Christ, 21.
second, made more glorious by presence of Christ, 24. overthrow of, predicted, 24, 25.
destroyed by Titus, 31-35, 412.
scenes at destruction of, 30-35.
see also Sanctuary.

Temple in heaven, God's dwelling-place, 414, 415.
sanctuary of new covenant, 413.
opened, 433.
see also Law, moral.

Temptation, of Christ, 50, 51, 510.
of Waldensian youth, 70.
how to resist, 510, 600.
why permitted, 528-530.
of Adam and Eve in Eden, 531, 532.

Ten virgins, parable of, 393, 394, 400-402.

Terror of wicked at advent of Christ, 636-644.

Test, of world, in giving of advent message, 353, 354. of Adventists, in disappointment of 1844, 373, 374. of loyalty to God, Sabbath the great, 605.

Tetzel, sale of indulgences by, 127-129, 178.

Theology, popular, opposed by Luther, 126.
result of, 525.

Theories, false, a snare of Satan, 520-525.

Theses of Luther against indulgences, 129, 130.
discussion aroused by, 130.

Thessalonian church, Paul's advice to, 456, 457.

Third angel's message, 432, 435, 437-450.
the last to go to the world, 390.
fearful threatening of, 449.
extent of, 450.
to be proclaimed with power, 605, 606.
close of, marks beginning of |time of trouble,| 613. see also People of God; Prophecy; Prophecies; Signs.

Thirty Years' War, part of Sweden in, 244.

Thousand years, see Millennium.
work of redeemed during, 660, 661.

Threefold message, 450, 453.

|Time of trouble,| 613-634.
warning regarding, 310, 311.
beginning of, 613.
soon to open, 622.
scenes of, 623, 624.
experience of people of God in, 615-634.

Time-setting, 457.

Tithing, 475.

Titus, in siege of Jerusalem, 21, 31-35.
humanity of, 32-34.

Tobacco, 474, 475.

Toleration, not a precept of Roman Church, 564.
see also Religious liberty.

Traditions acknowledged as authority by Rome, 183, 448.

Translation, of Bible, see Bible.
of righteous at second advent, 645, 646.

Transubstantiation, 238.

Trial, object of, 291, 621.
see also Test.

Tree of life, 532.

Trust in God, need for, 527.

Truth, spread of, in time of persecution, 42, 95, 96, 101, 196, 240, 249, 634.
opposition to, 458-460.
men moved to search Bible for, 79, 81.
Rome contending against, 90.
progressive nature of, 291, 292, 297.
why not revealed to great men, 316.
proper attitude toward, 378-380.
need of searching for, 522, 598.
counterfeits of, 523, 528.
see also Sabbath; Sanctuary; Third angel's message.

Truths, development of new, 609.

Turkish empire, see Ottoman empire.

Twelve hundred and sixty years, beginning of, 54, 266, 439.

Twenty-three hundred years, exposition of, 324-329, 351-353, 398, 409, 410, 417, 429, 457.
end of, marks opening of investigative judgment, 423, 424, 486. see also Miller; Prophecy; Sanctuary.

Two-horned beast, United States represented by, 439-443. see also United States.

Two witnesses, prophecy concerning, 266-287.
see also Bible; Scriptures.

Tyndale, work of, 245-247.
martyrdom of, 247.
on sleep of the dead, 547.

Types, see Sanctuary.

Unbelief, result of cherishing, 527, 528.

Union, of Christians and pagans, 45.
of church and state, 297, 442, 445, 450, 607.
of church and world, 390.
of all Protestant churches, 444, 445.
of Protestantism, Spiritualism, and Roman Catholicism, 588.

United Brethren, 119.

United States, religious liberty in, 295.
growth of, 295, 296.
government of, 297.
dark day seen in, 306-308.
falling stars seen in, 333, 334.
Joseph Wolff's visit to, 360.
represented in prophecy by two-horned beast, 439, 440. rise of, 440, 441.
characteristics of, 441.
once an asylum for the oppressed, 441, 442.
Constitution of, 442.
to enact oppressive laws, 442, 579.
prediction of supremacy of Rome in, 578, 579.
Sunday movement in, 587.
see also Mark of the beast; Protestants; Puritans; Religious liberty; Two-horned beast.

Unity among advent believers, 379.

Universalism, fallacy of, 537-539.
a Universalist minister on state of the dead, 537-539.

University of Erfurt, Luther a student at, 121, 122. of Paris, Lefevre in, 212, 217.
of Prague, Huss in, 98-100.
of Wittenberg, Luther and Melanchthon as professors in, 124-126, 134.

Vaudois, see Waldenses.

Virgin Mary, 43, 58, 174, 175, 217.

Voice, from heaven, heard by God's people, 636.
of God declares hour of Jesus' coming, 640.

Voltaire, infidelity of, 281.
boast of, against Christianity, 288.

Waldenses, 61-78.
among the first to obtain translation of Bible, 65. training of youth of, 66-68.
authority of Bible recognized by, 68, 72.
diligence of, in copying Bible, 69.
youth of, sent to institutions of learning, 70.
belief of, in second advent, 72, 303.
self-sacrificing missionary labors of, 70-76, 237.
results of work of, 71-76.
persecution of, 76-78, 97.
Sabbath-keepers among, 577.
see also Albigenses; Heretics.

War, delight of Satan in, 589.

Warning, last message of, 311, 312, 390, 432, 435, 604-612. to be given to all, 38, 605.
of judgment to come, 352, 353.
rejection of, 375-390, 431.
against worship of beast, 445.
most fearful ever given to men, 449.
will be heeded by leading men, 611.
see also Third angel's message.

Warnings, importance of, 594.

Wartburg, Luther concealed in, 168-170, 185-193.

Washburn, Governor, on church gambling, 387.

Watchman, false, first to suffer at the end, 656.

Waters or sea, as a symbol, 440.

Wedding garment, 428.

Week, length of, changed by France, 273.

Wesley, Charles, missionary to America, 254.
trusting to good works for salvation, 253, 254.

Wesley, John, missionary to America, 254.
acceptance of righteousness by faith, 255, 256.
work of, 256-258.
guarded by an angel, 258.
law of God upheld by, 262-264.
results of work of, 264.
wiles of Satan encountered by, 396.
on right use of money, 385.
see also Methodists.

Whitefield, a missionary to America, 253, 256, 257.

Wicked, how restrained, 36.
why permitted to prosper, 48.
end of, 544, 545.
terror and remorse of, at second advent, 37, 635, 644. resurrection of, 661.
sentence pronounced upon, 666.
destruction of, 673.
see also Judgments; Evil.

Wiles of Satan, see Satan; Snares of Satan.

Will, freedom of, see Freedom.

Williams, Roger, apostle of religious liberty, 293. work and banishment of, 294.

Winds, prophetic, symbol of war, 440.

Wine of Babylon, meaning of, 388.
application of, 389, 536.

Winter, Robert, advent message proclaimed by, in England, 362.

Wise men, see Magi.

Wishart, 250.

Witchcraft, Spiritualism a form of, 556.

Wittenbach, a teacher at Basel, 173.

Wittenberg, students of, carried Reformation to Scandinavia, 241. see also Luther; University of Wittenberg.

Wolff, Dr. Joseph, parentage and early years of, 357. education of, 357, 358.
message of second advent given by, 359, 360.
work and travels of, 360-362.

Woman as a symbol, 55, 381, 382.

Word of God, weapon of Christ against Satan, 51.
medium of communication between God and man, 69, 79. results following the preaching of, 461.
our only safety in time of trouble, 625.
attitude of Roman Catholic Church toward, 81.
see also Bible; Scriptures.

Works, righteousness by, 55, 56.
salvation by, 253.
see also Faith; Wesley.

World, condition of, under papal rule, 60.
religious, condition of, 390, 586, 603, 604.
following in steps of Jews, 36-38.
end of, 653-678.

Worldliness in nominal churches, 376-390, 508.

Worms, see Diet; Luther.

Worship, of beast, see Leopard beast.
of Reason, 193, 275, 276.
of God prohibited in France, 274.
freedom of, see Religious liberty.

Writings, of Christians, suppression of, in Dark Ages, 61. of Wycliffe, 89, 96, 249.
of Luther, circulation of, 133, 139, 178, 194, 233; condemnation of, at Worms, 155, 156;
he refuses to retract them, 158-160;
read eagerly, 185, 186, 194, 195;
translated into French, 231;
in Netherlands, 238;
read by Tausen, 241;
in England, 249.
of Bunyan, 252.
of Flavel, 253.
of Baxter, 253.
of Miller, 335, 368.
of Lacunza, 363.
of Bengel, 364.
of Gaussen, 365.
on second advent, 362.
see also Books; Literature.

Wycliffe, John, 79-96.
herald of reform, 80.
scholarship of, 80.
study of Scriptures by, 80, 81.
fearlessness of, in exposing claims of papacy, 81.
battle of, against friars, 82-85.
as ambassador to Netherlands, 84, 85.
influence of, on court and nation, 84, 85.
protected by God, 86, 92.
teacher at Oxford, |the Gospel Doctor,| 87.
illness of, 87, 88.
translation of Bible into English by, 88.
doctrines taught by, 89.
persecution of, by papacy, 89.
trials of, by papacy, 85, 89, 90.
refusal of, to retract, 90.
arraignment of his persecutors by, 90.
summoned to Rome, 91.
letter of, to pope, 91, 92.
work of, 93.
character of, 93, 94.
death of, 92.
writings of, in Bohemia, 99.
belief of, in second coming of Christ, 303.

Wycliffites, see Lollards.

Yemen, Wolff's travels in, 362.

Youth, Waldensian, training of, 67, 68, 70, 71.
influence of monastic life on, 82, 83.
infidelity of, 600, 601.
as princes of heaven, 622.

Ziska, defends Bohemia against army of Sigismund, 116. death of, 116.

Zurich, Zwingle's labors at, 176-181.
peace in, a result of the gospel, 181.
council of, refuse to take action against Zwingle, 180, 181. disputation at, between Eck and OEcolampadius, 182-184.

Zwingle, Ulric, 171-184.
early surroundings of, 171, 172.
designs of friars upon, 172.
acceptance of Bible as rule of conduct by, 173, 174. work of, at Einsiedeln, 174-176.
work of, at Zurich, 176-182.
efforts of Rome against, 180-184.
death of, 212.

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