John Wesley

From Almost to the Altogether

John Wesley’s phrase, “holiness of heart and life,” summarizes his vision of

Christian discipleship. When God’s grace renews the heart inwardly, then the

believer is transformed by living out a practical Christian life in the world.

From Almost to Altogether is a collection of nine sermons addressing Wesley’s

teaching on Christian discipleship. Wesley believed that there is a real difference

between the “almost Christian” and the “altogether Christian.” The love of God

is such that all are invited to receive that love and the transformation it brings.

Collectively, these sermons show what it means to move from almost to altogether

in the Christian life.

John Wesley was vitally driven by the practical reality of the inner witness and

outward working of the Holy Spirit. The sermons in this book along with the

other writings represented in The John Wesley Collection provided the early

Methodists vital resources in their mission to spread the gospel. Today they

continue to offer some of the most relevant and helpful messages regarding the

Bible’s promise of transformation for believers in Jesus Christ.
186 printed pages


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