Thomas Salmon (Early Methodist)

February 21, 2017 // Story

(Early Methodist)

“I buried the remains of Thomas Salmon, a good and useful man. What was peculiar in his

experience was, he did not know when he was justified; but he did know when he was renewed in
love, that work being wrought in a most distinct manner. After this he continued about a year in
constant love, joy, and peace; then, after an illness of a few days, he cheerfully went to God.”
(Journal, Feb., 1764.)

Source: John Wesley’s Journal (as quoted in “The Better Way” by Beverly Carradine)

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