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The real power room of Methodism was Wesley’s tiny prayer closet with its small table, tall window, and open Bible.
“My dear,” she said, “I do appreciate your desire to build me a new, comfortable home on this place of beauty, but there is another call for our money which is far greater.
John Samuel Bewley Monsell was born to Thomas Bewley Monsell, Archdeacon of Derry, in St. Columb’s, Londonderry on 2 March 1811. There is nothing noted about his birth mother or his younger years. […]
The family eventually named their ghost “Old Jeffrey.”
*In 1971 Idi Amin overturned the government of Uganda while President Obote was out of the country. He immediately dissolved Parliament, suspended the constitution, and outlawed political activity. His army […]
… I felt as though I could have knocked the soul out of her.”
In the evangelization of Europe, the Scandinavians were the last Teutonic peoples to accept Christianity. These Vikings from the North threatened Western Christendom, and their raids terrorized Britain and Western […]
On November 4, 1740 a baby in Farnham, England, was given the formidable name of Augustus Montague Toplady. His father died in a war, his mother spoiled him, his friends […]
At the 1771 Methodist Conference in England, John Wesley said, “Our brethren in America call for help. Who is willing to go over?” Francis Asbury, five-foot-six, 150 pounds, sat listening. […]
Young Jabez often heard Wesley preach, and he developed a great love for the gospel.
In 1722 Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf, troubled by the suffering of Christian exiles from Bohemia and Moravia, allowed them to establish a community on his estate in Germany. The […]
However, the relationship between what God does and what we do remained so unclear that the question has come up in one form or another ever since.