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From A Mother's Pen: Selections from the spiritual writing of Susanna Wesley

From A Mother's Pen: Selections from the spiritual writing of Susanna Wesley
Susanna Wesleys reputation has traditionally been fame by association, primarily as the mother of John and Charles Wesley, the most prominent of the founders of the worldwide Christian movement of Methodism. But Susanna was an accomplished writer, practical theologian, dedicated teacher and principled churchwoman, deeply devoted to God. These extracts were chosen and set in context by the Revd Dr Charles I Wallace Jr, foremost expert and transcriber of Susanna Wesleys writings, to commemorate the 350th anniversary of her birth.
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Publisher: Methodist publishing
Author: Wallace Charles I
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In 'From A Mother's Pen' we can glimpse in this anthology not only the triumphs and authentic struggles of a woman in the eighteenth century, but also find resonance and inspiration for our own lifes journey today. Each extract from Susannas extensive penning of journal entries, letters and advice to her children, is set briefly in context for the reader. A product of her time and yet ahead of it, Susanna Wesley (1669 1742) is celebrated here in her own right and through her own writing: her own accounts of the turning points in her life, including the fire that ravaged the family home in Epworth. her engagement with the intellectual and spiritual thinkers of her day. her motherly wisdom to her three sons and seven daughters. her meditations and spiritual reflections.
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