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The Gospel By Paul Washer

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Charles Wesley’s Radical and Fruitful Risk

Here is a great article from John Piper.

On July 18, 1738, two months after his conversion, Charles Wesley did an amazing thing. He had spent the week witnessing to inmates at the Newgate prison with a friend named “Bray,” who he described as “a poor ignorant mechanic.” One of the men they spoke to was “a black slave that had robbed his master.” He was sick with a fever and was condemned to die. To read rest of article click on link below.

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