Hill of Grace
In the rambling countryside of Australia's Barossa Valley in 1951, old-school Lutheran William Miller is living with a shocking secret. His intense Bible studies have revealed to him what no other scholars have been able to discover—the exact date of the Apocalypse. Armed with the secret of the prophecy, a group of followers join William to help deliver the news and prepare for the end. Yet as the seasons pass in the valley and the final day approaches, the faith of the locals is put to the test. Was it truly the voice of God that spoke to William on the Hill of Grace or is he simply deluded? This thought-provoking novel is inspired by the true story of one of the founders of the Seventh Day Adventist movement.
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