Charles Wesley, the brother of John Wesley, helped found the Methodist denomination. He is most well known for the thousands of hymns he wrote, including some that are still well known today. Among those hymns that are still sung by Christians all over the world are "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," "Christ the Lord is Risen Indeed," "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," "And Can It Be?," "Love Divine all Loves Excelling," and "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing." Charles Wesley also kept a journal of his experiences spreading the gospel and ministering in England. The portions of that journal that still survive are included in this free download for your mobile handheld device.
Charles Wesley (1707-1788) was a leader in the Methodist movement and an accomplished hymn writer. He is well known for his hymns, some of which remain popular today.
These files were made available from the Holiness Classics Library of the Wesley Center Online at http://wesley.nnu.edu.