The daughter of 7th Day Adventist missionaries, Heidi Nelson was raised with the expectation that she would do well.
She teaches the Sabbath, and the second advent, but is not a Sabbatarian nor Adventist church.
The verse has the accent of a Second Adventist a century later.
She is a seventh Day Adventist; is not a psychic, but is a rather mysterious personage.
She is a tall spindlin' woman, a Second Adventist by perswasion, and weighs about ninety-nine pounds.
When through, Mr. K——, a poor silly Adventist, harangued some moments.
Here two Second Adventist preachers, a Mr. Chapman and his wife, were holding forth.
Here was August, too, now almost well, joining with the rest in singing those sweet and inspiring Adventist hymns.
His maternal grandfather was an Adventist, with the touch of mysticism that word implies.
Late in May, 1894, he held a discussion with an Adventist leader.