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As the campers scattered throughout New England, the cry rang out, “Behold the Bridegroom cometh ... on the tenth day of the seventh month! Time is short, get ready! ” A few days later Snow published a summary of his arguments in a four-page paper entitled The True Midnight Cry. Although the principal Millerite leaders and papers opposed fixing their hopes on a definite day, the bulk of Adventist believers welcomed the new message enthusiastically. “It swept over the land with the velocity of a tornado”, reported the October 30, 1844 Advent Herald.
Joseph Bates had also noticed this relationship in the second edition of his Sabbath tract. Although Joseph Bates, the Whites, and Hiram Edson took the lead in promoting the new Bible truths discovered after the disappointment, dozens of other Adventists throughout New England and western New York were also becoming convinced of one or more of the same doctrines. By 1848 these scattered believers felt a great need to draw together in small conferences, as they had done in their Millerite days. In such meetings they could not only confirm each other in the faith, but also hammer out more complete details of last-day prophecies and correct errors in their religious beliefs.
This was particularly true in the days following two Ellen White visions. In the first of these, given in mid-November 1848, Ellen saw an expanding message going “like streams of light. . clear round the world”. This certainly did not square well with the concept that probation had ended for all on October 22, 1844. The Open and Shut Door The second vision, given March 24, 1849, related the open and shut door to the heavenly sanctuary and the changing expectations of God for His people during the different phases of Christ’s ministry in the two apartments.