Freckling along the page edges. Book is well used but sturdy and well intact.
The title of this book, "The Urgent Voice," is a fitting one. It describes William Miller's communication of the burden, the obligation, he felt God had put upon him to warn the men and women of his day that the second coming of Christ and the end of all things earthly would come "about the year 1843." The route that led the New England farmer-soldier to that conclusion, the impact of his apocalyptic message upon the world, the manner in which it spread, the crushing results for Miller and his followers of the two "disappointments" and their aftermath, and developments that led to the growth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church from the Millerite movement are unfolded in this book.
1782-1810 Boy to Man
1810-1815 Deist and Soldier
1815-1818 From Doubt to Faith
1818-1831 Miller and the Monomaniac
1831-1833 Miller: A Household Word
1833-1840 A New Era
1840-1843 Methods and Means
1843 Headache and Heartache
1843-1844 Come Out of Her, My People
Unto 2300 Days
1844 March 21-October 22, Days of Glory
1844 New Light
1844-1845 Time of Gloom
1845-1849 The Silenced Voice
Appendix: Important Dates and Events in William Miller's Life
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