John Wesley was an avid writer. As the Methodist movement grew, he began publishing his own journal, sermons, and letters. Many more of these writings have been collected since. Here are those that have been placed online.
An Address to the Clergy
Etext of an extract from a book called Wesley's Works. This address was delivered in London 1756.
A Compendium of Natural Philosophy.
A survey of the wisdom of God in creation. Etext of a book by John Wesley.
Duke Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition
John Wesley’s Poetry and Hymn Collections
GodRules.net: The Complete Works of John Wesley
Sermons, Notes on the Bible, and biography; online with search engine.
John Wesley
Includes brief biographical note, and 100+ sermons.
John Wesley's Notes on the Bible.
Notes on each and every book of the Bible.
Journal of John Wesley
Text is available online in several formats, including HTML and PDF. From the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
The Journal of John Wesley
Etext of a book published by Tyndale in 1951. An edited edition of the journal with an introduction by High Price Hughes, MA.
A Plain Account of Christian Perfection
Etext of book by John Wesley about the sanctification of believers.
The Sermons of John Wesley
Etext of 1872 edition. Sermons listed in alphabetical order, Thomas Jackson's numbering, Biblical reference, chronological order, theological topic and The Standard Sermons only.
Sermons on Several Occasions
Text is available online in several formats, including HTML and PDF. From the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
Thoughts upon Slavery in A Collection of Religious Tracts
E-text at "Documenting the American South."
Wesley's Notes on the Bible
Text is available online in several formats, including HTML and PDF. From the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
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