Twelve sermons translated into German, printed by Wilhelm Thome, Berlin, 1846
Twelve sermons by John ('Johann') Wesley, translated into German and published in 1846. This collection of sermons illustrates that there was a growing awareness of, and interest in, Methodism in Germany by the 1840s.
Methodism in Germany originated with Christoph Gottlieb Mueller, a German who had fled to England during the Napoleonic wars and was converted there. He returned to Germany in 1830 and began to preach in Wuerttemberg and other south German states. Further influences came via America.