In December of 1844 five women were praying, one was Ellen G. White
"The Lord announces the word, and the women who proclaim it are a mighty throng;"
(*Psalm 68:11, NIV)
"The Missing Chapter from The Great Controversy," translated by Teresita Pérez
"TONGUES Dissecting the Gift," written by Teresita Pérez
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"The Lord gave the command; The women who proclaim the good tidings are a great host:" (New American Standard Bible); "The Lord shall give a word; to them that preach the gospel with much virtue. (The Lord gave the word; and many women preached his good news.)" (Wycliffe Bible); "The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that published it." (KJV); "The Lord gives the word [of power]; the women who bear and publish [the news] are a great host." (Amplified Bible) And in the Spanish Bible, Reina-Valera version, published in 1569, it reads: "El Señor daba su palabra: De las evangelizantes había grande ejército." The word "las" is in the feminine. This verse refers to women evangelists. It's English equivalent is "The Lord gave his word: of the women evangelists there was a great army." That quote is not from a modern version. Also, the Orthodox Jewish Bible reads: "Adonoi gave the word; rav (great) was the tzava (company, army) of the mevaserot (heralds, those that published it, the lady evangelists)."
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