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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    Testimony of the Methodist Year Book

    As to the mighty wave of revivals that followed in the track of the advent proclamation, we find in the Methodist Year Book that “during the four years from 1840 to 1844, 256,000 conversions took place in America.” What was true in America was equally true in other countries where the call was made. “A mighty power went with the preaching, and souls were converted everywhere.” As the first call to the marriage supper went to the churches,—“them that were bidden,”—it was through them extended to all who would come and share in the salvation awaiting the people of God. Whether the message was preached, prayed, or sung in “advent melodies,” the mighty moving of the Spirit of God accompanied the work.GSAM 139.2

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