The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Том 1

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Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820 - Всего страниц: 622
 

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Charles Wesley refuses to go to Ireland with one
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Wesley commences fieldpreaching after Whitefields 244
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Wesleys appeal concerning fieldpreaching
49
Whitefields body 599
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Chanceconverts
55
John becomes acquainted with William Law
56
Effects of field preaching
61
John is urged to apply for the succession to his fathers
65
Lies in state in the Chapel 562
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Dislike of the farmers
67
Death of Samuel Wesley the father
72
Moravians on board the ship Page
77
Wesleys laycoadjutors
79
Speech of TomoChichi
83
John Oliver
86
Falls into despair and throws himself into the river
90
Wesleys interview with the Moravian pastor Spangenberg 89 His interview with TomoChichi
92
Impossibility of obtaining episcopal ordination in Ame
103
Wesley in love with Sophia Causton 106
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THOMAS OLIVERS
108
Wesley exhorts Whitefield not to pursue his voyage in consequence of a lot which he had cast
136
Whitefield officiates in London with success
144
GeorgE STORY
145
The New Birth 573
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Wesley arrives in London as soon as Whitefield leaves it
154
The Methodists in London are formed into bands
160
Lady Maxwell
161
Charles Wesley is converted
167
Spiritual death or the death of the soul a consequence
168
Wesley sets out for Herrnhut
174
Witness of the Spirit
180
Christian David incites the Protestants to emigrate
181
Chain of beings
186
Debate whether they shall join the Lutheran Church de Page
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Wesleys perfect charity
192
Wesley proceeds to Herrnhut 0
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Wesleys supremacy
201
Wesley hears Christian David preach
205
Frequent change of preachers
207
Wesley in middle age 296
209
Select bands
214
Charles Wesleys second interview
220
Methodism in Wales
224
Whitefield returns from Georgia to raise contributions
226
Conduct of the Associate Presbytery of the Seceders
230
Scene at Cambuslang
241
Wesley at Bristol
242
Case of Thomas Haydon
250
Methodism in Ireland
256
Conversion of John Maxfield
260
Wesleys favourable opinion of the Irish
262
Lay preaching contended for 266
266
Whitefield nearly murdered at Dublin
271
Origin of the French Prophets
272
James Wheatley
312
Reformation
313
The sequestered Clergy
319
Want of zeal
325
Advantages of the Reformation
331
Wesley suspects their real character
333
Difference with the Moravians
337
He prepares for a separation and provides a place
343
Peter Boehler arrives in England
349
Perfection 580
350
Wesley proclaims the breach to the world
355
First Methodist Tabernacle built
357
Whitefield differs from Wesley concerning predestination 1
362
Death of Whitefield
364
Extravagance of Whitefields language
368
Mr Shirleys Circular Letter concerning the Minutes
371
Copies of his letters distributed at the Foundry
375
Fletchers controversial writings
379
Whitefield sails for England
381
Breach between them
387
Ministry of Angels 581
388
Classleaders
393
Wesley attempts to form an union of clergymen
395
Fieldpreaching
398
Dr Coke
401
Wesley hears him preach and assents to the practice
404
Baptism by immersion
407
Mr Fletchers Illustrations of Calvinism 605
409
His excessive credulity
413
Wesley visits him at Birstall
415
Mr Wesley sends preachers
419
NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
425
Wesley not educated at Westminster
431
He instructs his preachers in America to refrain from
432
The American Methodists ordain for themselves
436
Dr Coke sails for New York
442
Discipline of the College
448
Riotous devotion at their meetings
455
Rule respecting spirituous liquors
461
Original Accounts of the Disturbances by Jeffery
466
The sectarian clergy refuse to administer the ordinances
467
Behmenists in England
472
Visits the neighbouring islands
473
Coincidence of opinion between Wesley and South
478
He is hospitably entertained in Jamaica
480
Methodists become unpopular in the Islands
482
Zinzendorfs notion that all souls are female
484
Hobbess parallel between the Romish Clergy and
489
Easy terms of admission
495
Means for assisting poor scholars diminished
497
Effect of religion in changing the heart
503
System of itinerancy proposed by the fanatics of Crom
510
Yearly covenant M
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Стр. 168 - In the evening I went very unwillingly to a society in Aldersgate Street, where one was reading Luther's preface to the Epistle to the Romans. About a quarter before nine, while he was describing the change which God works in the heart through faith in Christ, I felt my heart strangely warmed.
Стр. 382 - Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.
Стр. 271 - Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way which he hath consecrated for us, through the veil, that is to say, his flesh : and having an high priest over the house of God ; let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water.
Стр. 184 - I have set watchmen upon thy walls, O Jerusalem, which shall never hold their peace day nor night : ye that make mention of the Lord, keep not silence, and give him no rest, till he establish, and till he make Jerusalem a praise in the earth.
Стр. 390 - ... with all his heart, and with all his soul, and with all his strength, and therefore they loved him as truly and as fervently as he loved England.
Стр. 244 - And recovering of sight to the blind, To set at liberty them that are bruised, To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.
Стр. 33 - Whatever weakens your reason, impairs the tenderness of your conscience, obscures your sense of God, or takes off the relish of spiritual things; in short, whatever increases the strength and authority of your body over your mind; that thing is sin to you, however innocent it may be in itself.
Стр. 77 - Our end in leaving our native country was not to avoid want, (God having given us plenty of temporal blessings,) nor to gain the dung or dross of riches or honour ; but singly this, — to save our souls ; to live wholly to the glory of God.
Стр. 123 - I saw clearly the hour was come for leaving this place : And as soon as Evening Prayers were over, about eight o'clock, the tide then serving, I shook off the dust of my feet, and left Georgia, after having preached the Gospel there (not as I ought, but as I was able) one year, and nearly nine months.
Стр. 108 - Is there a thing beneath the sun That strives with Thee my heart to share ? Ah, tear it thence, and reign alone, The Lord of every motion there ! Then shall my heart from earth be free, When it hath found repose in Thee.

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