• Wandering Thoughts

  • John Wesley Sermons
  • By: John Wesley
  • Narrated by: Alex Freeman
  • Length: 22 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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By: John Wesley
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But will God so "bring every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ", that no wandering thought will find a place in the mind, even while we remain in the body? So some have vehemently maintained; yea, have affirmed that none are perfected in love unless they are so far perfected in understanding, that all wandering thoughts are done away; unless not only every affection and temper be holy and just and good, but every individual thought which arises in the mind be wise and regular.

©2016 Lgt Publishing (P)2016 Lgt Publishing

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Reader is fast & disconnected.

The Reader is just reading fast, trying to get'er done. I doubt he's listened to a word of what he's reading. There is no absorption or chewing, just fast swallowing. To the Reader: That was horrible. I could tell you weren't engaged. Do way better, or don't read at all. The Authors, and the Listeners, deserve better than a punk who doesn't care.

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