Ever Increasing Faith

Ever Increasing Faith

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by Smith Wigglesworth
     
 

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For author Smith Wigglesworth, life was a continual adventure. Always trusting God, even in the most hopeless situations, he had total confidence in the power of Christ. Join this late evangelist in the great adventure called "faith," where miracles were daily events. Witness the many accounts of deliverance from diabetes, tuberculosis, demon possession, and even…  See more details below

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For author Smith Wigglesworth, life was a continual adventure. Always trusting God, even in the most hopeless situations, he had total confidence in the power of Christ. Join this late evangelist in the great adventure called "faith," where miracles were daily events. Witness the many accounts of deliverance from diabetes, tuberculosis, demon possession, and even death. Prepare to be overwhelmed as the seed of faith begins to expand and grow in your heart. Watch as God moves, touching lives with healing and deliverance--miracles that follow as signs of the power of faith.Your faith, great or small, can multiply ever increasingly as it overflows into the lives around you, bringing glory to God and blessings to the world!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011830006
Publisher:
Black Dog Media
Publication date:
09/30/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
574,478
File size:
239 KB

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It is arguable that there is no more significant patriarch of the Pentecostal Movement than Smith Wigglesworth. While he was not the catalyst for breakthrough revivals such as the one in Wales led by Evan Roberts in 1904 or that of the Azusa Street Mission in 1906 that was led by William Seymour, it was Smith Wigglesworth’s steady faith and staying power that made the Pentecostal revival the most significant Christian movement of the twentieth century. Where other Pentecostal ministers would emerge overnight and then disappear from the public scene almost as quickly, Smith Wigglesworth traveled widely from after the death of his wife in 1913 until not long before his death in 1947. During these decades his ministry of faith and miracles changed the face of Christianity and set the stage for the Charismatic Renewal that would restore the ministry of the Holy Spirit to the modern church.

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