275 years ago today, On May 24, 1738, John Wesley had his Aldersgate Experience. Wesley was at a Bible study on Aldersgate Street, listening to a reading from the preface to Martin Luther’s Commentary on Romans. During this reading Wesley felt his heart “strangely warmed” as he “did trust in Christ, Christ alone for salvation.”
The life and ministry of John Wesley that followed had an incalculable effect on the world as we know it. In short, Wesley was truly a world changer.
In honor of the 275th anniversary of Wesley’s Aldersgate Experience, for Free Book Friday I point you to some of Wesley’s most important writings. For free, of course.
You can find many of John Wesley’s most important works online at The Wesley Center. I especially recommend:
Do you have a favorite writing of Wesley? Let us know about it in the comments.