The Works of John Wesley (1872 ed. by Thomas Jackson), vol. 11,  29, pp. 366-446. 

A PLAIN ACCOUNT OF CHRISTIAN PERFECTION,

AS BELIEVED AND TAUGHT BY THE REVEREND MR. JOHN WESLEY,

FROM THE YEAR 1725, TO THE YEAR 1777.
[It is not to be understood, that Mr. Wesley's sentiments concerning Christian Perfection were in any measure changed after the year 1777. This tract underwent several revisions and enlargements during his life-time; and in every successive edition the date of the most recent revision was specified. The last revision appears to have been made in the year 1777; and since that period, this date has been generally continued on the title-page of the several editions of the pamphlet. -- EDIT. (EDIT. refers to Thomas Jackson)] 
 With commentary notes, scripture references, etc., added in the left table field as needed.  This edition carefully prepared for a new millenium by Rick Galbraith, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 2002.
Due reference should be given to the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (www.ccel.org), hosted by Calvin College, from which the original of the text was obtained.

 

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