By Rueben P. Job
A Wesleyan religious Reader offers assets for a 26-week devotional adventure. the amount contains Scripture, non secular readings (primarily charges from the writings of John Wesley), and an essay through the writer. This fabric is woven right into a development for day-by-day prayer and mirrored image. This devotional event will lead readers to reside with Wesley's rules and spirit as a window or automobile for attaining God. one of the 26 topics explored are: Scriptural Christianity; lifestyles in Christ; attaining Out to the negative; The technique of Grace; Holiness of existence; Justifying Grace; The Ministry of All God's humans; Sanctifying Grace; and God's Love and Ours. whereas meant for devotional use by way of either clergy and laity, pastors also will locate this a priceless source for sermon training. this excellent consultant to deeper spirituality turns into a loved better half for all who search to develop in religion and data of God.
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507 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ I preached at eight on Southernay-Green, to an extremely quiet congregation. At the cathedral we had an useful sermon, and the whole service was performed with great seriousness and decency. Such an organ I never saw or heard before, so large, beautiful, and so finely toned; and the music of “Glory be to God in the highest,” I think exceeded the Messiah itself. I was well pleased to partake of the Lord’s Supper with my old opponent, Bishop Lavington. O may we sit down together in the kingdom of our Father!
God is sovereign and God is able. In a world of almost instant communication and graphic story-telling about the tragedy and pain of the world, it is easy to forget this ancient truth. God is sovereign and therefore God is able to care for and provide for all of creation. Once we lose the concept of God as sovereign, our prayers, our faith, and our very souls begin to shrink. To believe in a severely limited God takes the heart out of reverence and out of prayer. To stand before the Master of the Universe is quite different than to stand before a limited and often defeated god.
Would you wish to be the man who refused that poor wretch a morsel of bread or a cup of water? Sermon 112, The Rich Man and Lazarus, Vol. 7, p. 150 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Two-and-forty years ago, having a desire to furnish poor people with cheaper, shorter, and plainer books than any I had seen, I wrote many small tracts, generally a penny a-piece; and afterwards several larger. Some of these had such a sale as I never thought of; and, by this means, I unawares became rich. But I never desired or endeavoured after it.
A Wesleyan Spiritual Reader by Rueben P. Job