Rather, he understood it to be a continual process of being made perfect in our love of God and each other and of removing our desire to sin.
John Wesley described this dimension of God’s grace as sanctification, or holiness.
Although Wesley shared with many other Christians a belief in salvation by grace, he combined them in a powerful way to create distinctive emphases for living the full Christian life.
Grace Grace is central to our understanding of Christian faith and life.
Our Methodist heritage is rooted in a deep and profound understanding of God’s grace.
John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, described God’s grace as threefold: Prevenient Grace Wesley understood grace as God’s active presence in our lives.