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Who Am I?

By Chantel J. Klingbeil

Can you match the pioneer to the riddle below? Write your answer in the blank provided. Then check your answers in the blue box on next page.

In front of crowds I had stage fright,
But selling books door to door
I could do day and night.

Who am I?  _______

During the church service I could hardly sit still.
I had to tell the preacher the seventh-day Sabbath was God’s will.

Who am I?  _______

I preached and walked many a mile,
And was known to sing as I walked down the church aisle.

Who am I?  _______

My last name’s a color. I died very young.
To Ellen and James I was “the little one.”

Who am I?  _______

I saw that work in the heavenly
sanctuary was to be done,
Which helped solve the puzzle
of why Jesus had not come.

Who am I?  _______

One of the first Adventist teachers,
I rang a large bell.
My name of course I will not tell.

Who am I?  _______

I was the first official missionary to die very young.
Learning French and German I found to be fun.

Who am I?  _______

God’s messenger I was called to be.
The truths of the Bible I helped others to see.

Who am I?  _______

A. Mary Andrews
B. Goodloe Harper Bell
C. Hiram Edson
D. George King
E. John Herbert White
F. Rachel Oaks Preston
G. Ellen G. White
H. James White