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A Wesley Hymn

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A Wesley Hymn

A small meditation based on a theme attributed to John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement.  Whilst Johns brothers Charles and Samuel Jr. are most famous for their hymns, John often transcribed hymns and texts to pieces for worship (especially those of Germanic origin) Whether this melody is entirely John's is unknown, however the beautiful text that this is set to most certainly is:

"May we this life improve, To morn for errors past;

And live this short, revolving day, As if it were our last."