Commonplace Holiness Holiness woven into the fabric of life...

Wesley: “Methodists” Described

"It may be needful to specify whom I mean by this ambiguous term; since it would be lost labor to speak to Methodists, so called, without first describing those to whom I speak.

"By Methodists I mean, a people who profess to pursue (in whatsoever measure they have attained) holiness of heart and life, inward and outward conformity in all things to the revealed will of God; who place religion in an uniform resemblance of the great object of it; in a steady imitation of Him they worship, in all his illimitable perfections; more particularly, in justice, mercy, and truth, or universal love filling the heart, and governing the life."

— John Wesley, Advice to the People Called Methodists.

Powered by Disqus

blog comments powered by Disqus