The mission of Methodists?

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    The mission of Methodists?

    So I was doing some study of Wesley as an outsider to the Methodist faith and there seemed to be this notion that by being saved, there is some path to healing the world outside of evangelism. Something along the lines of since our being saved has cured original sin, a Christian can take that light into the world and the world will be healed itself. I was wondering if someone could explain this and maybe site some of wesleys writings if they know them.

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    I don't know what Wesley wrote about this subject but the Bible teaches that sometimes the presence of a believer spares a group from being judged. God would have spared Sodom if there were ten righteous people in it. When the ship carrying Paul to Rome for trial was caught in a storm God spared the lives of all on board because of Paul's presence. And I suspect that the reason the United States hasn't been judged for its sins is that there are many believers in it who are faithful to the Bible.
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