Till Morning Breaks
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Through the eyes, ears, and hearts of the Fletcher family and others, you will relive that traumatic time in 1844 when jubilant hope was suddenly destroyed at the stroke of midnight. Taste these believers passion for the Saviour.
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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage Project, a plan to re-publish classic books from our historical archives and to make valuable books available once more. The content of this book is presented as it was originally published and should be read with its original publication date in mind.
Every October 22, Adventists familiar with their heritage reflect on that black night in 1844 when jubilant hope was suddenly destroyed at the stroke of midnight.
What was it like to live through that shattering time? To sacrifice not only possessions, but the closest of human relationships, in preparation for meeting Jesus face to face?
Through the eyes, ears, and hearts of the Fletcher family and others, you will relive that traumatic time and taste these believers; passion for the Saviour.
As you read two questions will surface: Are we today as willing as our advent forebears to surrender everything in order to stand face to face with Jesus? And, could it be that we who are living would, with our own eyes and in our lifetime, see the glorious morning of Christ’s return.
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