Tag: John Wesley

Strangely Warmed Tuesday

“Though I am always in haste, I am never in a hurry.” – Anglican minister and theologian, John Wesley On this day in 1738, John Wesley had a conversion experience at a meeting house on Aldersgate Street in London. He described in the following manner. “In the evening I went very unwillingly to a society …

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From whence we came

Forgive me, if you will, if I speak again of stones of remembrance. It’s funny sometimes how things come together. Then again, perhaps not. I don’t believe in coincidence. Yesterday morning I posted this comment on Facebook. Could two roles in two months with the first name Wesley be a sign I need to return …

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