Plain Account of Christian Perfection
by John Wesley
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This book is an account of John Wesley's journey to understanding
of Christian perfection. Perfection is, according to Wesley, "purity
intention, dedicating all the life to God," In this book, he gives
list, in chronological order, of the steps he took toward grasping
doctrine. He concludes that the belief is based on Matthew 22.36-40
("'Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?' Jesus
'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul
and with all
your mind' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second
it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself'"). Perfect love is the basis
perfection doctrine, and it comes only through sanctification by grace
Any reader interested in delving into the doctrine or desiring to
live a more
Christ-like life should start with this Methodist classic by John
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