Miller's Seventh Day Advent Church

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The Seventh-day Advent Church is a movement within Christianity that begun in the early 1800s. The movement emerged from the larger Millerite movement. William Miller, a Baptist convert, coined the interpretation of the prophecies concerning Christ’s Second Advent. Miller used different Bible principles in the interpretation of the prophecy. Based on his final analysis, the Second Advent was to take place on 22nd October 1844. Miller preached the message across the U.S. and many converts gave their lives to Christ. Those who subscribed to his teachings formed the Millerite Movement. However, Jesus did not come on the appointed date. More 10,000 believers who had accepted to the teaching were bitterly disappointed (the great disappointment).
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