I found this list in the Review and Herald (Nov. 8, 1877, pg. 146). I think it gives an interesting window into early Seventh-day Adventist spirituality.
1. When you are adverse to religious conversation or the company of heavenly-minded Christians.
2. When from preference, and without necessity, you absent yourself from religious services.
3. When you are more concerned about pacifying conscience than honoring Christ in performing duty.
4. When you are more afraid of being counted over-strict than of dishonoring Christ.
5. When you trifle with temptation or think lightly of sin.
6. When the faults of others are more a matter of censorious conversation than secret grief and prayer.
7. When you are impatient and unforgiving toward the faults of others.
8. When you confess, but do not forsake, sin; and when you acknowledge, but still neglect, duty.
9. When your cheerfulness has more of the levity of the unregenerate than the holy joy of the children of God.
10. When you shrink from self-examination.
11. When the sorrows and cares of the world follow you further into the Sabbath than the savor and sanctity of the Sabbath follow you into the week.
12. When you are easily prevailed upon to let your duty as a Christian yield to your worldly interest or the opinions of your neighbors.
13. When you associate with men of the world without solicitude about doing good or having your own spiritual life injured.