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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    THE GERMAN-RUSSIAN MISSION

    In 1870, J. H. Lindermann,*The original publication had the spelling “Linderman.” pastor of a church near Elberfeld, Prussia, and forty of its members, began the observance of the Seventh-day Sabbath from the study of the Bible, not knowing of another company of Christians in the world who were keeping that day as the Sabbath. A knowledge of this company was conveyed to our people in a peculiar manner. A beggar called at the mission home in Basel on the Sabbath. The family were studying the Sabbath-school lesson with Bibles open before them. The scene impressed the man, and led him to ask questions.GSAM 408.3

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