100. The Ribbon of Blue | Part 1 – God’s Adornment, Pure

100. The Ribbon of Blue | Part 1 – God’s Adornment, Pure

“In Keeping With Our Faith—Self-denial in dress is a part of our Christian duty. To dress plainly, and abstain from display of jewelry and ornaments of every kind is in keeping with our faith. Are we of the number who see the folly of worldlings in indulging in extravagance of dress as well as in love of amusements? If so, we should be of that class who shun everything that gives sanction to this spirit which takes possession of the minds and hearts of those who live for this world only, and who have no thought or care for the next.” — Ev 269.3

99. The Ribbon of Blue | Part 3 – Principles of Dress Reform

99. The Ribbon of Blue | Part 3 – Principles of Dress Reform

“The judgments of God are in the land. The wars and rumors of wars, the destruction by fire and flood, say clearly that the time of trouble, which is to increase until the end, is very near at hand. We have no time to lose. The world is stirred with the spirit of war. The prophecies of the eleventh of Daniel have almost reached their final fulfillment.” — WM 136.5

97. The Ribbon of Blue | Part 1 – Principles of Dress Reform

97. The Ribbon of Blue | Part 1 – Principles of Dress Reform

“The judgments of God are in the land. The wars and rumors of wars, the destruction by fire and flood, say clearly that the time of trouble, which is to increase until the end, is very near at hand. We have no time to lose. The world is stirred with the spirit of war. The prophecies of the eleventh of Daniel have almost reached their final fulfillment.” — WM 136.5