Rise and Progress of Seventh-day Adventists by Loughborough, J N (John Norton)

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This book forms a most interesting and instructive narrative on the subject indicated by the title. Commencing with the early experiences of the Advent movement of '43 and '44, the writer--who has been actively engaged in proclaiming the doctrine since '49 and is therefore able to say, "I spake the things which I have seen and heard."

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This book forms a most interesting and instructive narrative on the subject indicated by the title. Commencing with the early experiences of the Advent movement of '43 and '44, the writer--who has been actively engaged in proclaiming the doctrine since '49 and is therefore able to say, "I spake the things which I have seen and heard"-- here presents a graphic account of the struggle and difficulties through which the pioneers were safely carried by their unwavering faith in God and their unfaltering loyalty to the cause they had espoused. Due attention has been given to these agencies, which, in the providence of God, have aided in building up and preserving the work represented by this people.

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Author Loughborough, J N (John Norton)
Publisher General Conference Association of the Seventh-day Adventists
Pages 392
Edition 1st
Binding Hard Back
Condition C-
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

I. Introduction
II. God's Hand In The Advent Movement
III. Extent Of The Advent Proclamation
IV. The Advent Proclamation
V. The Tarrying Time
VI. The Midnight Cry
VII. The Second Angel's Message
VIII. The Disappointment—The Bitter Book
IX. Fresh Tokens Of Divine Guidance
X. Other Proofs Of Divine Agency
XI. Perils, Reproaches, Victories
XII. Increasing Light and Greater Wonders
XIII. Truth Advanced Under Difficulties
XIV. New Features In The Work
XV. Providence Of God In The Publishing Work
XVI. The First Seventh-day Adventist Printing Press
XVII. By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them
XVIII. The Trial Of Faith—The Work Advancing
XIX. Steam Power-Press and Other Tokens Of Advancing
XX. Organization
XXI. The Civil War In The United States
XXII. Further Steps In Establishing Order—Important Testimonies
XXIII. Health Institutions and Other Advance Steps
XXIV. California and Switzerland
XXV. Rapid Advancement
XXVI. Closing Labors Of Elder James White
XXVII. Through Workers Faint, God's Work Advances
XXVIII. Truth Advanced Even By Opposition
XXIX. Conclusion

Copyright 1892
Year Printed 1892

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