This book includes a modern application of the teachings of the Holy Club's methods of sanctification. The focus is how one walks with the holy Creator of the universe. O warn them (it may be they will hear your voice) against "continuing in sin that grace may abound!" Warn them against making "Christ the minister of sin;" against making void that solemn decree of God, "Without holiness no man shall see the Lord," by a vain imagination of being holy in Christ! O warn them that if they remain unrighteous, the righteousness of Christ will profit them nothing! Cry aloud, (is there not a cause?) that for this end the righteousness of Christ is imputed to us, that, "the righteousness of the law may be fulfilled in us;" and that we may "live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world."1 Our focus today tends to be not on the glory of God and is on ourselves. Our love is for freedom and self-service rather than obedience and love of God and others. When our rights become more important than pleasing God we are short of doing the will of God. Here you will find a pathway to enhance your ability to seek God and His presence. May God help the churches repent and return to the Means of Grace for the specific purpose of seeking holiness and finding God in Christ. 1. The Works of John Wesley, 3rd edition, vol. 5 (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1998), 244-245.