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John Wesley's Tracts on Prayer By John Wesley
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This is the 2nd Edition of John Wesley’s Tracts on Prayer published by furocious studios (revised Aug 2017). The contents of this book are similar to those found in The Works of the Rev John... More > Wesley - Volume Xi used for the first edition. Used in this edition are the original booklets with substantive capitalization found in early 18th Century. The main difference in this book from the original booklets is the modern text-type rather than Caslon. Other than that this book keeps the original style especially the European English spellings. These editions are preserved here in flavour with John Wesley’s Prayer Collection. They have nice little surprises like Wesley’s Preface. Little touches like that keep this book from being redundant with other collections of Wesley’s work. There are also Hymns added to the collection of Prayers for Children and a tiny delightful booklet called GRACES perfect to make this book complete.< Less
MINUTES of the 1784 Conference: of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America By Thomas Coke
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This is the Minutes from the 1784 Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America. Presiding over the Conference were church leaders Thomas Coke and Francis Asbury. During this Conference... More > they approved John Wesley's revision of the Book of Common Prayer for the Services of the Methodist Church in North America. The Minutes were then bound with copies of the first edition. This booklet contains 81 topics for discussion ranging from serious matters of the church such as how to provide for Ministers, and how to “extirpate Slavery” to practical advice for “several Degrees of Fasting.”< Less
Finite Perspectives By Jonathan Johnson
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Contemplate the concept of the wind and the wave as elements of our circumstance over which we have little or no control; yet these circumstances are subject to a plan that encompasses a picture... More > greater than our own perspective. We make these circumstances what can be called "Icons of Prominence," unholy icons that preoccupy our worship. Using clay I attempt to look past circumstance and create "Sketches of Preeminence." I hope that my own story is an expression of faith as I step out of my comfort zone and awaken to live walking by the Lord's bidding.< Less