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Ellen G. White, pioneer and prophetess of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, published Steps to Christ in 1892 as a methodical guide for the evangelical. She describes the steps needed to be taken in order to become close to Christ on a personal level. The book expands greatly on topics, such as repentance, confession, acceptance, and prayer.

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mispronounciation fest

this book is written based on the Bible, which the reader has clearly never read or maybe even heard of. She mispronounced at least 25 different words including several books of the Bible, names and other words a typical 7th grader would know the proper pronunciation of. loved the book but the constant mispronunciation of words was somewhat irritating.

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The teller did not pronounce words correctly.

It took a little bit to figure out what she was saying.Shoukd have practiced first.