Brentford (1759)

Thur. January 24. — I rode to Brentford, where, after a stop of ten or twelve years, the work of God is broke out afresh. I preached in a large place newly fitted up. It was supposed, there would be much disturbance, as a considerable number of rude, boisterous people were gathered together for that purpose. But God over-ruled, and they all calmly and silently attended to his word. Surely the “times and seasons” of sending his word effectually to any place, “God hath reserved in his own power.”

John Wesley's Journal 24th January 1760.

"Here also God is at work and sinners are converted to Him."

Wesley's Journal, 12th November, 1761.

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