Wesleyan and Wesley's Spiritual Diet
- In volume 6 of his collected writings John<br>Wesley said that he had become a
vegetarian.<br>Genesis 1 29, Daniel 1, Isaiah 65, Revelation's<br>5th Angel, Acts etc.<br><br>Here are some
interesting sites on Christian
vegetarianism:<br><a href=http://www.hacres.com target=new>http://www.hacres.com</a><br><a href=http://www.all-creatures.org target=new>http://www.all-creatures.org</a><br><a href=http://www2.acorn.net/doc/avenergy.doc target=new>http://www2.acorn.net/doc/avenergy.doc</a><br><a href=http://www.jesusveg.com target=new>http://www.jesusveg.com</a><br><a href=http://sites.netscape.net/genesis129/christvegquotes target=new>http://sites.netscape.net/genesis129/christvegquotes</a><br><br>The following is a website on why many<br>Christians oppose
execution:<br><a href=http://sites.netscape.net/genesis129/abolition target=new>http://sites.netscape.net/genesis129/abolition</a>
- I just found the Wesleyan site and am so excited
about it. I am of the Wesleyan faith, though have not
been that way all my life. To find a group on the
internet of the same belief is exciting to me. I can't
wait to tell may daughter who is Wesleyan also. We
merged to churches in town and became First Church, then
we outgrew sanctuary (PTL)and broke to two services.
Our numbers fell but we are now on the upswing and
when combining two services we serve about 300 people.
To see God at work is the most exciting thing to me.
Thanks for creating this club. Deb