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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    Deliverance as Predicted

    We went immediately into the room where Mrs. White was confined to her bed, and engaged in earnest prayer for her, while the brethren in the room where we had been holding meetings remained in silent prayer. In about ten minutes after we began to pray the power of the Lord came down and filled the room. Mrs. White was instantly relieved from all pain, and at once called for food. This was about five o’clock in the afternoon. By seven o’clock the swelling had all disappeared upon her face, and she attended the meeting that evening, to all appearance as well as ever.GSAM 336.3

    At the request of the citizens a discourse was given in the evening on the “Saints’ Inheritance,” at the close of which Mrs. White gave an exhortation. While Elder White was out of doors with his little boy, W. C., she was taken off in vision before that large assembly. Some of the things shown to her at that time may be read in the closing article of Testimony No. 5, dated Mansville, N.Y., Oct. 21, 1858.GSAM 337.1

    The relief obtained by Mrs. White on the occasion above referred to was as effectual as had been predicted in the view given at Rochester. No difficulty of the kind occurred again on that journey, and we had a glorious victory for the truth at every place.GSAM 337.2

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