On this date, June 14, 1767, John Wesley wrote a letter of encouragement to Dorothy Furly. Here is a portion of it.
“It is an observation of one of the ancients that it is far easier not to desire praise than not to be pleased with it. A bare conviction that it is, generally speaking, deadly poison may prevent our desiring it; but nothing less than humble love filling the heart will prevent our being pleased with it, for the sense of honor is as natural to man as the sense of tasting or feeling. But when that which is spiritual is fully come, this which is corruptly natural shall be done away.
Whatever enemies you have, it is enough that you have a Friend who is mightier than them all. O let Him reign in your heart alone!“