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wesley’s wish seeds

Wesley's wish seeds

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Wesley wrote in 1786 in “Thoughts upon Methodism”:

Wesley and money

Giving for Wesley was a means of expressing generosity rooted in gratitude for God’s generosity and a means of fulfilling the great commandment to love God and neighbor. He was convinced that if the Methodists would give all they can, then all would have enough. Stewardship is gift-full living so that all God’s children have a place at the table of abundance.

Giving in the Wesleyan tradition

On Aug. 4, 1786, he wrote: “I am not afraid that the people called Methodists should ever cease to exist either in Europe or America. But I am afraid, lest they should only exist as a dead sect, having the form of religion without the power. And this undoubtedly will be the case, unless they hold fast both the doctrine, spirit, and discipline with which they first set out.”