The Adventist prophetess—Ellen G. White—who the SDA Church believes was divinely inspired no differently than the biblical writers and that her interpretations of scripture correct inaccurate interpretations—claimed that, when Jacob was wrestling with the angel in Genesis 32:22-32, Satan accused him before the angels of God and endeavored to force upon him a sense of guilt. Not just that, but an angel messenger from heaven, in order to try his faith, also reminded him of his sin.
She also claimed that the angel seemed to be resisting his prayer, by continually calling his sins to his remembrance.
The Bible nowhere says this. It says that Jacob wrestled with God and his name was changed from Jacob to Israel because he struggled with both God and humans, but prevailed (Genesis 32:28). This is insight into how the SDA Church views Ellen White’s writings. They are the “lesser light” that sheds extra details onto the “greater Light” (ie: the Bible) that aren’t actually found in the Bible.
This is what we call an “Advent-ism.”