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Choice Readings for the Home Circle   By: (1827-1915)

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Choice Readings for the Home Circle is a thoroughly engaging collection of writings by Ellen G. White that delves deep into the complexities of family life, spirituality, and personal growth. Although the title may seem simple, the content is anything but as it offers a comprehensive exploration of various topics that are relevant to anyone seeking inspiration and guidance in their daily lives.

One of the standout aspects of this book is the author's ability to approach each subject with profound wisdom and deep empathy. White's writing style is both accessible and thought-provoking, making it easy for readers to connect with her ideas and perspectives. Her words resonate with honesty and sincerity, which adds a personal touch to her guidance.

As the title suggests, this book is perfect for reading in a home setting, as it explores the many facets of family life. White addresses topics such as parenting, marriage, and nurturing relationships, providing valuable insights and practical advice. By highlighting the significance of these familial bonds, the book creates a sense of togetherness and emphasizes the importance of love and understanding within the home.

Furthermore, Choice Readings for the Home Circle is enriched by its exploration of spirituality and faith. White skillfully weaves the principles of Christianity into her teachings, offering guidance on living a purposeful and virtuous life. The book encourages readers to reflect on their own beliefs and values, providing a valuable resource for those seeking to deepen their spirituality.

What sets this book apart is its versatility. Whether readers are seeking solace during challenging times or simply looking to enhance their personal growth, Choice Readings for the Home Circle has something to offer. It can be read cover to cover or dipped into for inspiration and guidance on specific topics. Regardless of the approach, the book is consistently engaging and thought-provoking.

The only potential drawback of this collection is that some readers may find the religious emphasis to be overwhelming. While the spiritual aspects are central to the author's intent, those from different belief systems may need to approach the book with an open mind to fully appreciate the wisdom within.

In conclusion, Choice Readings for the Home Circle is an invaluable resource for individuals seeking guidance, inspiration, and personal growth. Ellen G. White's profound wisdom and empathetic approach make this collection both accessible and thought-provoking. Addressing various aspects of family life and spirituality, the book offers meaningful insights that are sure to resonate with readers from all walks of life.

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I know not where his islands lift Their fronded palms in air, I only know I can not drift Beyond his love and care. Whittier

[Illustration: Home, Sweet Home]

Published By M. A. Vroman 2123 24th Ave. N. Nashville, Tenn. Western Offices: 1650 San Jose Ave., San Francisco, Calif. 617 Chestnut St., Glendale, Calif. Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1905, by M. A. Vroman, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington, D.C. All Rights Reserved. Copyright 1916, by Martin A. Vroman.


The compiler of this volume has been gathering a large amount of moral and religious reading, from which selections have been made, admitting only those which may be read with propriety on the Sabbath.

This volume will be found to contain the best lessons for the family circle, such as will inculcate principles of obedience to parents, kindness and affection to brothers and sisters and youthful associates, benevolence to the poor, and the requirements of the gospel. These virtuous principles are illustrated by instances of conformity to them, or departure from them, in such a manner as to lead to their love and practice.

Great care has been taken in compiling this volume to avoid introducing into it anything of a sectarian or denominational character that might hinder its free circulation among any denomination, or class of society, where there is a demand for moral and religious literature... Continue reading book >>

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