Here is the wording on the picture, plus more (all-caps added for emphasis in this):
The statutes our Creator gave through Moses “EXPLAINED” His Ten Commandment law. They EXPANDED His law, by SIMPLIFYING and “APPLYING” its MORAL PRINCIPLES.
“After giving the ten commandments, the Lord more explicitly ENLARGED upon them, laying down THE PRINCIPLES that should be carried out in the practical life. These specifications are called judgments, or statutes, because the magistrates were to give judgment according to them …” (Sermons and Talks Volume Two [published in 1994], pp. 185, 186, by Ellen G. White)
“Moses wrote these judgments and statutes from the mouth of God while he was with him in the mount. The definite directions in regard to the duty of his people to one another, and to the stranger, are THE PRINCIPLES OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS SIMPLIFIED and given in a definite manner, that they need not err.” (The Signs of the Times, June 17, 1880, article title: “The Law of Moses,” par. 3, by Ellen G. White)
“That the obligations of the Decalogue might be more fully understood and enforced, additional precepts were given, ILLUSTRATING and APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES of the Ten Commandments. These laws were called judgments, both because they were framed in infinite wisdom and equity and because the magistrates were to give judgment according to them. Unlike the Ten Commandments, they were delivered privately to Moses, who was to communicate them to the people.” (Patriarchs and Prophets , p. 310, by Ellen G. White)
“Christ gave to Moses religious precepts which were to govern the everyday life. THESE STATUTES were explicitly given to guard the ten commandments. They WERE NOT SHADOWY TYPES TO PASS AWAY WITH THE DEATH OF CHRIST. THEY WERE TO BE BINDING UPON MAN IN EVERY AGE AS LONG AS TIME SHOULD LAST. These commands were enforced by the power of THE MORAL LAW, and they clearly and definitely EXPLAINED that law.” (The Review and Herald, May 6, 1875, “The Law of God,” par. 10, by Ellen G. White)
“The light given me is that we are to study more than we do the instruction given to Moses by God AFTER He had proclaimed the law from Sinai. The ten commandments were spoken by God Himself, and were then written on tables of stone, to be preserved till the judgment should take place. AFTER THE GIVING OF THE LAW, GOD GAVE MOSES SPECIFICATIONS REGARDING THE LAW. THESE SPECIFICATIONS ARE PLAIN AND EXPLICIT. NO ONE NEED MAKE A MISTAKE.
“IN THE DAY OF JUDGMENT WE SHALL BE ASKED WHETHER WE HAVE LIVED IN HARMONY WITH THESE SPECIFICATIONS. It is because we do not carry out these specifications in all our dealings, in our institutions, our families, and in our individual lives, at all times, and in all places, that we do not make greater advancement. IT IS BY THE DIRECTIONS THAT GOD HAS GIVEN THAT WE SHALL BE JUDGED AT THE LAST DAY.
“Have we studied these specifications? I heard them one night some weeks ago. It seemed as if they were being given to Israel, and there was the same solemnity that there was when they were given. I THOUGHT, THIS IS GIVEN TO ME THAT I MAY TELL OUR PEOPLE THAT WE MUST STUDY THESE SPECIFICATIONS. When the directions that God has given are followed, our institutions will be pure and clean, free from all selfishness and covetousness. The tenderness of Christ will come in. His love will fill our hearts. A sense of God’s goodness will make us weep, and sing, and praise God. Then we shall be living channels of light, prepared to do His will.” ([Australasian] Union Conference Record, March 25, 1907 issue, article title: “Words of Counsel,” pars. 3-5, by Ellen G. White)
“The lessons we may learn from the loyalty of the Hebrew captives toward God and his law, have a direct and vital bearing upon our experience IN THESE LAST DAYS. WE HAVE A CONFESSION TO MAKE DIFFERENT FROM THAT WHICH WE HAVE MADE; AND WE SHALL HAVE TO MAKE IT UNDER TRYING CIRCUMSTANCES. In order to impress idolaters with the power and greatness of the living God, we, as his servants, must reveal our own reverence for God. We must make it manifest that he is the only object of our adoration and worship, and that no consideration, not even the preservation of life, can induce us to make the least concession to idolatry.
“The vainglory and oppression seen in the course pursued by the heathen king, Nebuchadnezzar, is being and will continue to be manifested in our day. HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF. In this age the test will be on the point of Sabbath observance. The heavenly universe behold men trampling upon the law of Jehovah, making the memorial of God, the sign between him and his commandment-keeping people, a thing of naught, something to be despised, while a rival sabbath is exalted as was the great golden image in the plain of Dura. Men claiming to be Christians will call upon the world to observe this spurious sabbath that they have made. All who refuse will be placed under oppressive laws. This is the mystery of iniquity, the devising of satanic agencies, carried into effect by the man of sin.
“THE PEOPLE OF GOD WILL ENTER INTO NO CONTROVERSY WITH THE WORLD OVER THIS MATTER. THEY WILL SIMPLY TAKE GOD’S WORD FOR THEIR GUIDE, AND MAINTAIN THEIR ALLEGIANCE TO HIM WHOSE COMMANDMENTS THEY KEEP. THEY WILL OBEY THE WORDS OF JEHOVAH: ‘VERILY MY SABBATHS YE SHALL KEEP: for it is a sign between me and you throughout your generations; that ye may know that I am the Lord that doth sanctify you. Ye shall keep the Sabbath therefore . . . for a perpetual covenant.’
“When the Sabbath becomes the special point of controversy throughout Christendom, the persistent refusal of a small minority to yield to the popular demand will make them objects of universal execration. It will be urged that the few who stand in opposition to an institution of the church and a law of the state, ought not to be tolerated; that it is better for them to suffer than for whole nations to be thrown into confusion and lawlessness. This argument will appear conclusive; and against those who hallow the Sabbath of the fourth commandment will finally be issued a decree, denouncing them as deserving of the severest punishment, and giving the people liberty, after a certain time, to put them to death. Romanism in the Old World, and apostate Protestantism in the New, will pursue a similar course toward those who honor all the divine precepts.” (The Youth’s Instructor, July 12, 1904 issue, article title: “The Life of Daniel—The Sabbath Test,” pars. 3-6, by Ellen G. White)
“Past Experiences Prepare for Future.–AGAIN AND AGAIN I HAVE BEEN SHOWN THAT THE PAST EXPERIENCES OF GOD’S PEOPLE ARE NOT TO BE COUNTED AS DEAD FACTS. WE ARE NOT TO TREAT THE RECORD OF THESE EXPERIENCES AS WE WOULD TREAT A LAST YEAR’S ALMANAC. THE RECORD IS TO BE KEPT IN MIND, FOR HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF. The darkness of the mysteries of the night is to be illuminated with the light of heaven. . . .
“In the future, Satan’s superstitions will assume new forms. False theories, clothed with garments of light, will be presented to God’s people. Thus Satan will try to deceive if possible the very elect. OUR WATCHWORD IS TO BE, ‘TO THE LAW AND TO THE TESTIMONY: IF THEY SPEAK NOT ACCORDING TO THIS WORD, IT IS BECAUSE THERE IS NO LIGHT IN THEM’ (Isaiah 8:20).– Lt 238, 1903.” (The Publishing Ministry [published 1983], p. 175, by Ellen G. White)