Good day brethren, and sistren,
Given that there were other women in Mrs. White day who were receiving visions/dreams from God, shouldn't they be considered as being "inspired" as was the case with Mrs. White? Second, given that Mrs. White's work were drawn from other sources, do you think it feasible to trace these sources and cite from them?
Elijah, the Bible does not say that the test of a prophet is that they reform everything. Ellen White did not reform everything either. Could William Miller be a prophet? Yes, we never know for sure but he would appear to meet the tests.
You may well be right Shannon but EG White was tested and passed all the criteria. She herself did not relish being called a prophet she rejected the Title, so they found ways around it like "The Lords Servant" and so on.
The one thing about W Miller is that E G White says that he will be found on the streets of Gold not many have that endorsement of assurance.
I don't think its necessary for one to call himself a prophet to be one. Most people who claim to be prophets are kooks.
Yes Shannon you are right when you say kooks my thoughts went straight to our resident happy clapper.
So tell bout Happy Clapper Prophets so we can learn.
I prefer not to learn anything from those who displays fruits of the flesh.
Man O man more displays of fruit of the flesh.
James what do you think you will gain by bragging about what you may and maybe not have done. Humility is the mark of Gods people. Bragging belongs to the Devil.