Charles Wesley


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Noun1.Charles Wesley - English clergyman and brother of John Wesley who wrote many hymns (1707-1788)Charles Wesley - English clergyman and brother of John Wesley who wrote many hymns (1707-1788)
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In the sphere of religion, especially, the second decade of the eighteenth century saw the awakening of the English church from lethargy by the great revival of John and Charles Wesley, whence, quite contrary to their original intention, sprang the Methodist denomination.
THE HERALD ANGELS SING Written in 1739 by Charles Wesley with music by Felix Mendelssohn Charles, the brother of Methodist founder John Wesley, wrote as many as 9,000 hymns and poems, of which this is one of his best-known.
1707: Charles Wesley, hymn-writer and prolific preacher, was born in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
HAPPENED ON THIS DAY 1707: Charles Wesley, hymn-writer and prolific preacher, was born in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
1707: Charles Wesley, hymnwriter and prolific preacher, was born in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
She was born April 18, 1937, in Shawneetown, the daughter of Charles Wesley and Margaret Irene (Gobel) Mann.
As if on cue, President Museveni is said to have telephoned Omusinga (King) Charles Wesley Mumbere, ordering him to surrender his Royal Guards with immediate effect.
Plaques go up to honour fame PLAQUES commemorating the achievements of Marconi, John and Charles Wesley and others are to be erected in Barry, Rhoose and Penarth at an estimated cost of PS244.
Reid - Charles Wesley Reid Jr, 75, of Veneta, died April 18.
Tyson presents students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with an examination of the teachings and practices of the founders of Methodist family of churches, John and Charles Wesley.
The authors have captured the passion of personal renewal by applying spiritual lessons learned from the insights of revivalists and visionaries, including: Charles Wesley, Charles Finney, William Booth, George Whitfield Leonard Ravenhill, Vance Havner, A.
John and Charles Wesley, who founded the Methodist movement, are not unnaturally well known.