Blasphemous Hymn By Charles Wesley Against The Particular, Efficacious Atonement Of Christ Jesus

The world He suffered to redeem:
For all He hath the atonement made;
For those that will not come to Him
The ransom of His life was paid!

O for a trumpet voice
On all the world to call!
To bid their hearts rejoice
In Him who died for all!
For all my Lord was crucified,
For all, for all my Saviour died!

O let Thy love my heart constrain,
Thy love for every sinner free,
That every fallen soul of man
May taste the grace that found out me;
That all mankind with me may prove
Thy sovereign, everlasting love

(Charles Wesley’s blasphemous hymn against Christ’s particular, efficacious atonement and the irresistible grace of the Holy Spirit)

In another hymn he writes:

Take back my interest in Thy blood,
Unless it streamed for all the race!

(Source: Charles Wesley – by Frank Colquhoun)

3 Comments on “Blasphemous Hymn By Charles Wesley Against The Particular, Efficacious Atonement Of Christ Jesus

  1. The quote from the second hymn may be found in “Hymns on God’s Everlasting Love” where we also read:

    Sinners, abhor the fiend:
    His other Gospel hear—
    “The God of truth did not intend
    The thing His words declare;
    He offers grace to all,
    Which most cannot embrace,
    Mocked with an effectual call
    And insufficient grace.”

  2. I don’t understand? What is the particular, efficacious atonement? I don’t think I’ve ever heard this terminology. Is this term from a particular denomination?

  3. Rose, otherwise known as Particular or Limited Atonement , it is a doctrine that defines the atonement for sin was for those that were predestined to be saved by grace. Wesly , and many others , preach a false gospel that Christ died for every man , woman and child, a gospel that cannot be supported from scripture.

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