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John Wesley on the Neglect of Private Prayer

John Wesley (1703 –1791)

John Wesley (1703 –1791)

I went over to Kingswood, and spake largely to the children, as also on Saturday and Sunday. I found there had been a fresh revival of the work of God among them some months ago: But it was soon at an end, which I impute chiefly to their total neglect of private prayer. Without this, all the other means which they enjoyed could profit them nothing.

 

— John Wesley, Journal: Friday September 4, 1772.

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