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A following gathered around Miller that included many from the Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian and Christian Connection churches.

In the summer of 1844, some of Miller's followers promoted the date of October 22.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church formed out of the movement known today as the Millerites.

In 1831, a Baptist convert, William Miller, was asked by a Baptist to preach in their church and began to preach that the Second Advent of Jesus would occur somewhere between March 1843 and March 1844, based on his interpretation of Daniel .

An interest in prophecy was kindled among some Protestants groups following the arrest of Pope Pius VI in 1798 by the French General Louis Alexandre Berthier.

Forerunners of the Adventist movement believed that this event marked the end of the 1260-day prophecy from the Book of Daniel.

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By 1844, over 100,000 people were anticipating what Miller had called the "Blessed Hope".

This latter group developed into the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

One of the Adventists, Hiram Edson (1806–1882) wrote "Our fondest hopes and expectations were blasted, and such a spirit of weeping came over us as I never experienced before.

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By 1844, over 100,000 people were anticipating what Miller had called the "Blessed Hope".

This latter group developed into the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

One of the Adventists, Hiram Edson (1806–1882) wrote "Our fondest hopes and expectations were blasted, and such a spirit of weeping came over us as I never experienced before.

This service is not affiliated with the official seventh-day adventist church organisation but wishes to help adventists meet knowing first hand how difficult this is (I have to travel at leat 20 miles to be with other adventists and sometimes this isn't possible and when I get there the congregation is very small as the large church is a great distance away.

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After the disappointment of October 22 many of Miller's followers were left upset and disillusioned.