• “How very narrow is the gate that leads to a life in God! (Mt 7:14) How little one must be to pass through it, it being nothing else but death to self! But when we have passed through it, what enlargement do we find! David said, ‘He brought me forth also in a large place’ (Ps. 18:19). And it was through humiliation and abasement that he was brought there.” – from Madame Guyon’s autobiography Ch. 22

Susannah Wesley

Epitaph for Susanna Wesley by Charles Wesley

After Susanna Wesley died on July 23, 1742, she was buried at Bunhill Fields. John Wesley conducted the services. Charles… Continue reading

Death of Wesley’s Mother by John Wesley

From the Journal of John Wesley

I left Bristol in the evening of Sunday, July 18, and on Tuesday came… Continue reading

How the Wesleys Were Brought up by John Wesley

From the Journal of John Wesley

For the benefit of those who are entrusted, as she was, with the care… Continue reading

Mrs. Wesley as Preacher by John Wesley

From the Journal of John Wesley

I cannot but further observe that even she (as well as her father, and… Continue reading

Keeping the Wesley Children in Order by John Wesley

(From the Journal of John Wesley)

“What was yet stranger, any word he had learned in his lesson he knew… Continue reading

Susanna Wesley’s “By-laws”

There were several by-laws observed among us, which slipped my memory, or else they had been inserted in their proper… Continue reading

Let Me See Thy Face and Die by John Wesley

To Thee, great God of love! I bow,
And prostrate in Thy sight adore;
By faith I see Thee passing… Continue reading

O for a Thousand Tongues by Charles Wesley (Hymn Story)

Author –Charles Wesley, 1707-1788

Composer –Carl G. Glaser, 1784-1829
Tune Name –“Azmon”

“Let every thing that hath breath praise the… Continue reading

  • “If I am content to heal a hurt slightly, saying ‘Peace, peace,’ where is no peace; if I forget the poignant word ‘Let love be without dissimulation’ and blunt the edge of truth, speaking not right things but smooth things, then I know nothing of Calvary love.” – Amy Carmichael

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Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others. — Philippians 2:3-4 (NKJV)

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