"Afterwards I spent two years in Cheshire and Lancashire, where was the most rapid work of God that I ever saw. At a love feast in Manchester we had eighteen justified in an hour. And many experienced a higher work of God, being cleansed from all sin. After deeply hungering and thirsting for righteousness, they were satisfied with it. Some of them, agonising in prayer, fell to the ground and cried out, 'It is enough Lord! my cup runs over! Withhold Thy hand or enlarge my heart."
'Lives of Early Methodist Preachers', by Thomas Jackson, Volume V, page 127.