John Wesley advocated seeking and maintaining physical and mental health through a disciplined daily regimen. Several scholars have written about this, and some have connected it to entire sanctification. Yet, no one has considered how Wesley envisioned God's empowerment of this regimen. This practical theology article claims that Wesley's vision of God's empowerment provides an important model for addressing clergy health problems. Wesley linked the daily regimen to sanctification because the regimen increases self-control. More specifically, Wesley described a nutritious diet and waking early as self-denial, a general means of grace, and temperance, a fruit of the Spirit. These characterizations suggest that a daily health regimen is a cooperative endeavour between humans and God.