I have visited the official Ellen White Estate web site and give credit to the White Estate for making all of her published visions from 1845-1854 available on line, except the disputed Camden Vision of 1851.
However, the average Seventh-day Adventist or others interested in testing Ellen Whites prophetic claims still may have difficulty getting access to the actual Adventist papers mentioned above, which published her early visions or to the Open-door Adventist papers that were opposed by James and Ellen White, Joseph Bates, and others who would become founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The cleansing that the earthly high priest did once a year in the earthly Most Holy Place with the blood of goats and bulls is compared and contrasted to what Christ did once for all by means of his own blood when he entered the sanctuary made without hands in the heavens.
As I read and re-read Hebrews in November of 1970, a number of questions came to my mind.
The reason for my interest in writing this paper goes back to the fall of 1970 when I was a history major in my senior year at Andrews University.
I realized that Ellen White’s visions had clearly and repeatedly affirmed that Christ entered for the first time into the heavenly Most Holy Place in 1844.This study leave extended from August of 1981 to April of 1982.Without this study leave I would not have had the time to have thoroughly read through much of the original sources that I cite in this paper.My new found joy in knowing that I had eternal life through Christ Jesus my Lord lead me to an intense time of Bible study.One of the first books that I studied through in detail was the book of Hebrews.