Brother Miller’s Dream, With Notes, James White, 1850

Just before William Miller died, he had an amazing dream! But then… he didn’t know what it meant! Ever heard a story like that before?

In 1850, seeing in the dream an important work unfinished, James White writes out and publishes the interpretation. That interpretation, with a full account of William Miller’s dream and James White’s original notes, is this book!

Incidentally, this dream covers the modern time period and is still in effect! It applies to all Adventists from the time of William Miller until the time of the 144,000.

The text is certified by the Rare Adventist Book project, in convenient pocket size.

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Description

In addition to the complete account of the dream, in Brother Miller’s Dream you’ll find the meaning of the Caskets, the Jewels, the Key, the Crowd, the Scattering, “dirt and shavings, sand and all manner of rubbish”. The full interpretation is provided by James White.

Learn the identity of the mysterious “man with the dirt-brush,” and his unique role among Adventists. Find out what was in the first casket! What is the second? What does it mean for the Advent movement and the 144,000?

When you can read and understand the dream with James White’s notes, you’ll understand why William Miller said, “the effect of this on my mind has been extremely consoling, and happy”.

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 4.25 × 6.87 × .25 in
Author

Binding

Stapled

Collection

Country Of Origin

United States Of America

Cover Stock

Neenah Exact Index White – 199gsm

Edition

Academic Reprint

Has Original Page Numbers

No

Location

OSWEGO, NY

Media Type

Original Page Count

11

Original Publisher

James White

Original Year

1850

Page Count

14

Point Size

11 Point

Provenance

Reproduction Type

Size

Pocket (4.25" x 6.87")

Typeface

URW Palladio