Awake Thou That Sleepest by John Wesley audiobook

Awake Thou That Sleepest

By John Wesley
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    ISBN: 9781982792312

John Wesley led one of the greatest Christian revivals in the history of England. The ‘Forty-Four Sermons’ which he compiled for use by Methodist preachers remains a timeless classic and a definitive collection of the core Wesleyan doctrine. ‘Awake Thou Who Sleepest!’ is the third message from the 'Forty-Four Sermons'. It was originally preached by Charles Wesley, on Sunday April 4, 1742, to the congregants at Christ Church, University of Oxford. The sermon was based on Ephesians 5:14;"Awake, O sleeper, rise up from the dead, and Christ will give you light."In this sermon, Wesley discusses the identity of the 'sleepers' referred to in scripture, challenges his hearers to wake up to Christ, and explains the great reward of those to whom Christ gives light.

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John Wesley led one of the greatest Christian revivals in the history of England. The ‘Forty-Four Sermons’ which he compiled for use by Methodist preachers remains a timeless classic and a definitive collection of the core Wesleyan doctrine. ‘Awake Thou Who Sleepest!’ is the third message from the 'Forty-Four Sermons'. It was originally preached by Charles Wesley, on Sunday April 4, 1742, to the congregants at Christ Church, University of Oxford. The sermon was based on Ephesians 5:14;"Awake, O sleeper, rise up from the dead, and Christ will give you light."In this sermon, Wesley discusses the identity of the 'sleepers' referred to in scripture, challenges his hearers to wake up to Christ, and explains the great reward of those to whom Christ gives light.

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Author Bio: John Wesley

Author Bio: John Wesley

John Wesley (1703–1791) was a Anglican cleric and theologian who helped found the Methodist movement with his brother, Charles Wesley, when he began open-air preaching in the manner of George Whitefield. He remains the primary theological interpreter for Methodists the world over.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 0.31
Audience: Adult
Language: English