During the formative years of the Methodist Denomination, there arose strong doctrinal disagreement between two of its leaders, John Wesley and George Whitefield. Wesley believed in Free Will, Whitefield, Election. Someone once asked Wesley if he thought that he would see Whitefield in Heaven. Wesley said, "probably not, for George will be so close to the Throne of God that I will hardly catch sight of him!" Although the two disagreed on theological matters, Wesley was careful not to create problems in public that could hinder the proclamation of the Gospel. There can be disagreement between believers without dissension between believers. As we pick up our study in 1 Timothy 2, we see where Paul was careful to explain that public prayer must be under girded by private devotion, both vertical and horizontal.
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