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" The danger was, to guard extraordinary circumstances too much, such as outcries, convulsions, visions, trances, as if these were essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them. Perhaps the danger is, to regard them too little, to... "
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An Extract of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley's Journal ...

John Wesley - 1788
...inward work, fo that it could not go on without them. Perhaps the danger z>, to regard them too Mttfe: to condemn them altogether; to imagine, they had nothing of God in them, and w«re a hindrance to his work. Whereas the trtith is, I.God fbddenly ftnd ftrongly convinced many that...

The Works of the Rev. John Wesley. ...

John Wesley - 1810
...were essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them ; perhaps the danger is, to regard them too little, to condemn them altogether,...imagine, they had nothing of God in them, and were an hindrance to his work. Whereas, the truth is, 1, God suddenly and strongly convinced many that they...

The preaching of the regular clergy illustrated and defended in a visitation ...

Samuel Holland - 1817
...to sell " straw toys, to instruct him in the nature of our " Second Birth." GW 3 Journal, p. 81. " The truth is, 1. God suddenly and strongly " convinced...sinners : the " natural consequences whereof were sudden out" cries, and strong bodily convulsions. 2. To " strengthen and encourage them that believed, " and...

The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Nide 2

Robert Southey - 1820 - 622 sivua
...were essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them. Perhaps the danger is, to regard them too little ; to condemn them altogether...convulsions. 2. To strengthen and encourage them that believed, and to make his work more apparent, he favoured several of them with divine dreams ; others...

The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Nide 2

Robert Southey - 1820 - 622 sivua
...were essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them. Perhaps the danger is, to regard them too little ; to condemn them altogether...were sudden outcries, and strong bodily convulsions. <i. To strengthen and encourage them that believed, and to make his work more apparent, he favoured...

The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Niteet 1–2

Robert Southey - 1820
...essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them. Perhaps the danger г5т4о regard them too little ; to condemn 'them altogether...consequences whereof were sudden outcries, and strong bo» diiy convulsions. 2. To strengthen and encourage them that believed, and to make his work more...

The Christian Spectator, Nide 3

1821
...God in-them, and were a hindrance to hi1- work ; nhtreasihe truth is, 1. God suddenly and •Irungly convinced many that they were lost sinners, the natural consequences whereof were sudden outcries, and stiong bodily convulsions. 2. To strengthen and encourage them (hat believed, and to make his work...

The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Nide 2

John Wesley - 1826
...were essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them ; perhaps the danger is, to regard them too little, to condemn them altogether,...imagine, they had nothing of God in them, and were an hinderance to his work. Whereas, the truth is, 1, God suddenly and strongly convinced many that...

The Journal of the Rev. John Wesley, Nide 2

John Wesley - 1827
...is, 1. God suddenly and strongly convinced many that they were lost sinners ; the natural consequence whereof were sudden outcries, and strong bodily convulsions : 2. To strengthen and encourage them that helieved, and to make his work more apparent, he favoured several of them with divine dreams, others...

The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M.

John Wesley - 1840
...were essential to the inward work, so that it could not go on without them. Perhaps the danger is, to regard them too little ; to condemn them altogether...imagine they had nothing of God in them, and were a hinderance to his work. Whereas the truth is, 1. God suddenly and strongly convinced many that they...




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