John Nevins Andrews was one of the brightest lights of the new and growing Seventh-day Adventist Church. Serving as a scholar, author, preacher, administrator and the denomination’s first missionary, he devoted his life for his church and God with unremitting zeal, and burned himself out at the age of 54.

This book tells the story of a young man who became an Adventist, spurned a life of publicity and fame, became an itinerant preacher, clarified points of doctrine on the Sabbath for the new church, and ended his life sacrificially while bringing the three angels’ message to Europe.

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