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Wesley's Doctrine of Sanctification Sanctification based on the modern day dictionary means to grow in heavenly grace due to Christian commitment after baptism or conversion (Merriam-Webster, n.d.). But, Wesley gave it that the following definition of sanctification in a practical manner. He believed that Christian adulthood was mostly evidenced by "'a faith that works by divine love from the crucible of everyday life" (Sullivan, 2012). This paper has been prepared through research of sermons and texts with regards to one excellent theologian by the name of John Wesley on his identifying's of sanctification and the "new creation". Wesley held to a different perspective on the renewal of the picture of God through the new creation. The new creation is a cosmic overall dimension of the renewal in God's image per the Methodist view, however Wesley being more concentrated on the renewal of a person led him to compose research and write about his identifying qualities of the steps to sanctification. The subject to Wesley's soteriology was the the renewing of the image. The renewing of the face of the earth starts with the countless people who inhabit it, which links redemption to salvation, understood by Wesley to be the renewing of their heart and the change to the way one lives. The gap between the Wesleyans and the Protestants is the way Wesley's instance of this renewal at the image of God entails the actual transformation of someone to a new creature, by which Wesley describes as "relative" change in the believer as an true renewal of the image. Wesley explains human beings as receiving the love of God and then reflecting that love all living creatures. In ______ sermon Wesley shared his understanding of the image of Go...