Methodism, a Part of the Great Christian Apostacy, a Review of the Life and Doctrines of J. Wesley

Methodism, a Part of the Great Christian Apostacy, a Review of the Life and Doctrines of J. Wesley

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...Of course the merchant and his wife loved and feared God; for they were entertaining the Episcopos. Refreshed, he is off to the sights--" Afterwards we saw the great church, I think, nearly, if not quite, as long as York Minster. It is exceedingly light and elegant within, and every part is exquisitely clean." He is the sensuous critic, the connoissem, he is Michael Angelo; it is delightful; but York Minster is!The temple made with hands, in which God does not dwell, is exquisitely clean; but he does not see the cage of every unclean and hateful bird, he sees not his own heart. He knows nothing of the holy soul, God's temple, to whom God has said, "Your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost." He is at the Hague, and looks down upon the town. "It is indeed beautiful beyond expression. Many of the houses are exceedingly grand, and are finely intermixed with water and wood; yet not too close, but so as to be sufficiently ventilated by air." He is chief architect to the city of London and its sewers, he is Baron Haussman, as he erects the Boulevards on the ruins of the poor felons, food for the gallows. But he is satiated outside, and is in the boudoirs again: --"Being invited to tea by Madam de Vassenaar (one of the first quality in the Hague, ) I waited upon her in the afternoon. She received us with that easy WESLEY IN HIGH SOCIETY. 163 openness and affability, which is almost peculiar to Christians and persons of quality." Yes, the Episcopos had tried to get into the society of the nobleman high in office in England by means of his pen, and now he is in the society of the first quality of the Hague, and delighted with the "openness and affability almost peculiar to Christians and persons of quality...".
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  • Paperback | 80 pages
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  • English
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  • 9781236609595