By Rueben P. Job
A Wesleyan non secular Reader offers assets for a 26-week devotional adventure. the quantity contains Scripture, non secular readings (primarily rates from the writings of John Wesley), and an essay by way of the writer. This fabric is woven right into a development for day-by-day prayer and mirrored image. This devotional adventure will lead readers to dwell with Wesley's rules and spirit as a window or car for achieving God. one of the 26 subject matters explored are: Scriptural Christianity; lifestyles in Christ; achieving Out to the terrible; The technique of Grace; Holiness of lifestyles; Justifying Grace; The Ministry of All God's humans; Sanctifying Grace; and God's Love and Ours. whereas meant for devotional use through either clergy and laity, pastors also will locate this a useful source for sermon coaching. this excellent advisor to deeper spirituality becomes a loved spouse for all who search to develop in religion and information of God.
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, Vol. 5, p. 524 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ I preached at Bury; and on Wednesday, at Colchester, where I spent a day or two with much satisfaction, among a poor, loving, simple-hearted people. I returned to London on Friday, and was fully employed in visiting the classes from that time to Saturday. Journal, Vol. 4, p. ” Many pupils I had at the University, and I took some pains with them: But to what effect? What is to become of them now? How many of them think either of their Tutor or their God?
Primarily this table testifies to what God has done and is doing. There are many places where each one of us is excluded. The Table of the Lord is one place where all are included. Everyone is invited and welcomed to this table. Our social structure is often built on distinction that gives and takes power. The Lord’s Supper is built on our oneness with Christ and with one another. At this table power flows equally to all; none is excluded, and none need go away empty. Here we speak not of what we have accomplished, but of what God has accomplished through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Here we are offered the incomprehensible, communion with God. At this table our hunger for God can be satisfied, our yearning for holiness directed, our purpose for life clarified, and our vision of the meaning of life made clear. Because all of this is true, the Lord’s Supper is a remarkable sign of the reign of God. Here we have a glimpse into what God intends for all humanity. And yet we confess that God’s intention is often far from the reality we experience. Unfortunately, even the Lord’s Table can be profaned.
A Wesleyan Spiritual Reader by Rueben P. Job