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John Wesley’s advice about voting

July 05, 2016
JOHN WESLEY MOMENTS
DAVE HANSON


If John Wesley were here today, what do you think he would say about the current political situation?

In 1774 he met with those in a Methodist society who had votes in a coming election, and advised them:
  1. To vote, without fee or reward, for the person they judged most worthy;
  2. To speak no evil for the person they voted against;
  3. To take care their spirits were not sharpened against those on the other side.
If we all took Wesley’s advice, our political atmosphere would be much more civil, joyful, and pleasant.

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