I have a some questions about my Wesleyan beliefs and which of them will have to change and which are compatible with Orthodoxy.
Prevenient Grace: Grace that "goes before" us, is given to all people. It is that power which enables us to love and motivates us to seek a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. This grace is the present work of God to turn us from our sin-corrupted human will to the loving will of the Father. In this work, God desires that we might sense both our sinfulness before God and God’s offer of salvation. Prevenient grace allows those tainted by sin to nevertheless make a truly free choice to accept or reject God's salvation in Christ.
Justifying Grace: Grace, offered by God to all people, that we receive by faith and trust in Christ, through which God pardons the believer of sin. It is in justifying grace we are received by God, in spite of our sin. In this reception, we are forgiven through the atoning work of Jesus Christ on the cross. The justifying grace cancels our guilt and empowers us to resist the power of sin and to fully love God and neighbor.
Sanctifying Grace: The Grace of God which sustains the believers in the journey toward Christian Perfection: a genuine love of God with heart, soul, mind, and strength, and a genuine love of our neighbors as ourselves. Sanctifying grace enables us to respond to God by leading a Spirit-filled and Christ-like life aimed toward love.
Imputed Righteousness: The righteousness of Jesus credited to the Christian, enabling the Christian to be justified.
Imparted Righteousness: What God does in Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit after justification, working in the Christian to enable and empower the process of sanctification.
Conditional Preservation of the Saints: Believers are kept safe by God in their saving relationship with Him upon the condition of a persevering faith in Christ.
Baptism: The Sacrament of initiation into Christ's holy Church whereby one is incorporated into God's mighty acts of salvation and given new birth through water and the spirit. Baptism washes away sin and clothes one in the righteousness of Christ. Acceptance of sprinkling, pouring, and immersion. Infant Baptism is accepted. Baptism regenerates, but contingent on repentance and personal acceptance of Christ as Savior. Baptize in the Trinity.
Mystery of the Real Presence: "Jesus Christ, who "is the reflection of God's glory and the exact imprint of God's very being" (Hebrews 1:3), is truly present in Holy Communion. Through Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit, God meets us at the Table. God, who has given the sacraments to the church, acts in and through Holy Communion. Christ is present through the community gathered in Jesus' name (Matthew 18:20), through the Word proclaimed and enacted, and through the elements of bread and wine shared (1 Corinthians 11:23–26). The divine presence is a living reality and can be experienced by participants; it is not a remembrance of the Last Supper and the Crucifixion only."
Prima Scriptura: The Holy Bible is the primary authority in the Church and we use sacred tradition, reason, and experience to interpret it, with the aid of the Holy Spirit.