This is the second in an eagerly awaited series of four volumes of John Wesley's sermons. Of all the genres in Wesley's prodigious output, his sermons most clearly focus and expound his understanding of Christian existence. To know them is to gain an important resource for historical and contemporary theology. All four of the sermon volumes typify the erudite scholarship and ecumenical statesmanship of the editor, Albert C. Outler. His introduction in the first volume concentrates two decades of painstaking research and thought on Wesley.