This is a condensed version of the four published volumes of Wesley's Journal, which provides one of the only true autobiographical accounts of a major historical Christian figure, and is the best source for Wesley's life and ministry. The Journal begins in 1735, at the beginning of his evangelistic activity, in the prime of his life, with his departure to Georgia as a missionary to the Indians. From then until near the end of his life in 1790, his preaching and missionary work is described in detail – his experiences with Peter Böhler and the Moravian Brethren, the revival tours with George Whitefield, the first Methodist conferences, and his many travels throughout Britain and Ireland. An appendix of Wesley's last hours “by one present” is also included. Overall, a rich picture of the man is conveyed: "we can learn better from Wesley's Journal than from anywhere else what manner of man Wesley was, and the character of the times during which he lived and moved and had his being."
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