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Pages: 205

Publisher: Barbour

Publish Date: 1997

Edition: Unknown

Condition: New.

Binding: Paperback

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John Wesley, The Great Methodist (Heroes of Faith)

Into A Dark World He Rode On Horseback
"Give me one hundred preachers who fear nothing but sin and desire nothing but God, and I care not a straw whether they be clergymen or laymen; such alone will shake the gates of hell and set up the kingdom of heaven on earth.
God does nothing but in answer to prayer."
- John Wesley
Born-Again Anglican Priest
John Wesley was an Anglican Priest. He was born again while listening to a reading of Martin Luther's "Preface To the Book of Romans." He recorded the time and place in his Journal:
Aldersgate: 8:45 P.M., May 24, 1738
Founder of What Would Become the Methodist Church
England of the early 18th century was a bleak place to be, a country riddled with crime and hopelessness, an isle ripe for spiritual revival. Enter John Wesley, the son of an Anglican clergyman, a man whose own spiritual doubts had recently been vanquished by a startling revelation.
The founder of what would become the Methodist Church, the man who would ride over a quarter of a million miles on horseback, who would preach over 40,000 sermons to often jeering crowds, had been convicted of this simple truth: salvation is by grace through faith.
Salvation---His Faith in Jesus Christ
John Wesley's hope of salvation---his faith in Jesus Christ---would become a light in the darkness, a spark that would kindle a fire in the hearts of millions for generations to come.