The first ‘Snippet of Wisdom.’

John Wesley, along with his brother Charles was credited in founding the Methodist Movement. It was a movement that encouraged people to have their own personal relationship with Jesus.

John Wesley, along with his brother Charles was credited with founding the Methodist Movement. It was a movement that encouraged people to have their own personal relationship with Jesus.

I have decided that short blogs with a great message are sometimes the best, so I am embarking upon a string of blogs centered around inspirational quotes. Some of these have been real ‘light bulb’ moments in my life. I hope you enjoy these snippets of wisdom as much as I have.

I am starting with my Dad’s favorite sayings. Here is the first:

Do all the good you can,

by all the means you can,

in all the ways you can,

at all the times you can,

to all the people you can,

as long as ever you can. ‘

(John Wesley)

Wouldn’t the world be different if we all applied this saying to every deed and thought. I think my father loved this saying because it supported the Lord’s direction to us – to love one another.

2 comments on “The first ‘Snippet of Wisdom.’

  1. YES! Love this quote. Squash apathy by taking on this board :D xxx

  2. Rose Dee says:

    My Dad had this in the front of his Bible, Michelle, from as far back as I can remember. I only just googled it and found out it was from John Wesley. Puts a lot in perspective doesn’t it. :)xo

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