The Warm Heart

“The Warm Heart”

John 1:6; Romans 8:1-2; Romans 8:16 The window depicts our founder, John Wesley, experiencing the life-changing event when his heart was “strangely warmed.” The sun at top signifies the warmth of God’s love, and the red rays describe the Holy Spirit, which gives humanity the inner witness of God’s reality. Highly educated and deeply religious, John Wesley became an Anglican priest and missionary to America. At age 35, he returned to England, discouraged and without peace. Reluctantly, he went with friends to a “Holy Club” meeting on Aldersgate Street, where he heard Martin Luther’s comments on Romans describing the change faith in God brings us. He believed and testified, “I felt my heart strangely warmed. I felt I did trust in Christ alone for my salvation; and as assurance was given me that He had taken away my sins, even mine, and saved me from the law of sin and death”

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