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A Tale of Two Brothers | Christian History Institute
Like many siblings, John and Charles Wesley often clashed— and the Methodist movement profited. From Christian History magazine

http://chitorch.org/index.php/chm/eighteenth-century/wesley-brothers/

The West is a mission field. We need mission insights to understand worldview and culture.
Time is a strange commodity. We stayed last month at a holiday cottage in the north Derbyshire village where I spent some years of my childhood. It’s apparently the oldest building in the village. Friends in the New World will perhaps be particularly entranced by its age – it was already 200 years old when Charles Wesley stayed there! It is part of a farm complex which later became a Moravian settlement for 50 years.

http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/768

Module 411: John and Charles Wesley | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module on John and Charles Wesley, hymn-writers, evangelists, and founders of Methodism.

http://chitorch.org/index.php/eras/post-reformation/wesley/

And Can It Be - The Center For Church Music
A study of the hymn "And Can It Be," with mp3, sheet music, a devotional based on the hymn, the hymn story, and information about who wrote this beautiful hymn.

http://songsandhymns.org/hymns/detail/and-can-it-be

Charles Wesley : AWAKE, THOU THAT SLEEPEST
And first, as to the sleepers here spoken to. By sleep is signified the natural state of man; that deep sleep of the soul, into which the sin of Adam hath cast all who spring from his loins: That supineness, indolence, and stupidity, that insensibility of his real condition, wherein every man comes

http://sermonindex.net/modules/articles/index.php?view=article&aid=899

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““Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”
- 1 Corinthians 15:55-57
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