I would not have used the quotations from Ellen G. White, if I had realized that some here were unaquainted with her, or that some felt so opposed to her work...
They remind me so much of our own Jewish prophets' writings. And I feel the same Spirit attending them.
Of course they remind you of the prophets! That was chosen's point. She is a plagiarizer.
Probably 1/3 of the world accepts Muhammad as a prophet, that don't make him one.
The fact is, Ellen G. White, took information from others and passed it off as "inspiration" she got from "the Lord" herself. Not only that, I find it hard to believe that YHWH used someone as a prophet who doesn't even know His name, or His Sabbaths, or didn't keep any of the Holy Days, etc...
Several "prophecies" from her writing did not come to pass as she predicted, which is another tell tale sign of a false prophet. And finally, Ellen's writings claim to be directed to the "real" church of God, which she believed was the Seventh Day Adventist movement. That is another clue that her information was not of YHWH.
Hind sight is definitely 20/20.