Summary: Wesley was drawn to God’s people and how they died with peace and contentment. It was from this observation that he came to see the need of the crucifixion to be found in sanctification, and the need of “dying daily.”
Summary: We must understand the distinction between these three terms and that they are complete in the work they do. But they lead to a consummation of working sanctification in both its crisis and its process for the Christian life.
Summary: The “self” of two individuals may have its own unique problems that become difficulties among others. Only the Christ within can resolve the “self” first, and then the problem between one another.
Summary: God permits such divisions to brothers as part of the sifting and shaking of the church in the End Time. This is one of the ways God brings out of us that which needs to be dealt with by grace.
Scripture: Hebrews 12:18–29; Ephesians 4:17–32; Matthew 9:14, 15
Summary: One of the great weapons that the Devil is using among the saints is trying to bring discord between them. We must do all we can to recover from any fallout of fellowship between God’s true people.