Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers, Book 1

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, 2005 - Seventh-Day Adventists - 176 pages
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Perhaps you've heard the stories of the Adventist pioneers. However these are the stories that are not often told. The stories that bring out the human nature of each one. Heartwarming stories will give you a different perspective. You'll get to know the pioneers. None of them were perfect--but all of them did their best, by God's grace, to spread the message of Jesus' soon return and the good news of the seventh-day Sabbath. You'll laugh, cry, and celebrate the God who uses imperfect people to do His work. - A Word to the Reader; CHAPTER; 1 William Miller: "Today, Today, and Today, Till He Comes"; 2 Hiram Edson: Bible Student, Preacher, Healer; 3 Joseph Bates: Herald of the Saggath; 4 James White: "You Will See Your Lord A-Coming"; 5 Ellen Gould Harmon: Messenger of the Lord; 6 William Foy and Hazen Foss: One Who Willingly Obeyed, and One Who Refused to Obey; 7 Heman S. Gurney: The Singing Blacksmith; 8 James and Ellen White: They Worked Together; 9 Uriah Smith: "Yours in the Blessed Hope"; 10 John Nevins Andrews: "The Ablest Man in Our Ranks"; 11 Annie Smith: Poet, Artist, Editor; Bibliography

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They spent their lives, their health, their pennies - and their fortunes - in spreading the three angels' messages. The lives of the early Adventist pioneers were filled with hardships, sorrows, and ... Read full review

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Suitable for teens and adults alike. I enjoyed reading it very much, and found it insightful as well as up-building.


Today Today and Today Till He Comes
Bible Student Preacher Healer
Herald of the Sabbath
You Will See Your Lord AComing
Messenger of the Lord
One Who Willingly Obeyed and One Who Refused to Obey
The Singing Blacksmith
They Worked Together
Yours in the Blessed Hope
The Ablest Man in Our Ranks
Poet Artist Editor

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