Item description for The Anointing of His Spirit by Smith Wigglesworth & Wayne Warner...
Overview The Anointing of His Spirit captures Smith Wigglesworth's message of faith. You will find the heart of a man who cried out to God on behalf of others, praying powerfully and effectively for healing and provision--spiritual, financial, emotional, and physical. Today his words still ring with power and continue to inspire incredible faith in those who hear them.
Publishers Description "The Anointing of His Spirit" captures Smith Wigglesworth's message of faith. You will find the heart of a man who cried out to God on behalf of others, praying powerfully and effectively for healing and provision-spiritual financial, emotional and physical. Today his words still ring with power and continue to inspire incredible faith in those who hear them.
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Studio: Vine Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.75" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Oct 24, 2003
Publisher GOSPEL LIGHT PUBLISHERS #9
ISBN 0830733809 ISBN13 9780830733804
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More About Smith Wigglesworth & Wayne Warner
Smith Wigglesworth was a plumber in the English countryside who witnessed to his friends. Upon becoming Spirit-filled, he embarked on an evangelistic adventure that led him on an international journey of preaching and encounters of divine healing, leading thousands to Christ until his death at the age of eighty-seven.
Smith Wigglesworth was born in 1859 and died in 1947.
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The Absolute Necessity of the Holy Spirit Jul 1, 2003
This book, which is a series of Wigglesworth's sermons, was tremendous. We are meant to walk in victory in this life and in so doing point to the reality of the living God. With God on the throne, with Jesus in our hearts, with the Holy Spirit's power and leading in our lives, our faith is no mere belief or doctrine but a powerful, living, overflowing spiritual reality open to all. Wigglesworth put no constraints on God; he accepted Him at his Holy Word and gladly received all of the promises available to us all. Trust, yield, receive the Holy Ghost, know His presence daily, follow His leading - and wield His power to bring sinners to Christ accordingly. Wigglesworth's example is to be followed if our lives are to have the meaning and purpose God meant for them to have.
This is "The Best of..." Smith Wigglesworth May 23, 2002
Smith Wigglesworth was called the "Apostle of Faith" for good reason. This book rings with the authentic sounds and spirit of a man who stood for God in his time. "The Annointing of His Spirit" is a treasury of some of his most powerful, compelling, annointed sermons. Whether this is part of your daily devotion or you read it straight through, Wigglesworth will fan the embers of your faith into a bright burning flame! A must-have for anyone who hungers for more of Jesus.
Read this BOOK! Apr 4, 2000
In "The Anointing of His Spirit," the author compiles some very powerful sermons spoken by a twentieth-century Apostle. The teachings and anecdotes in this book concerning Wigglesworth's life will inspire you to believe that Jesus is, as the Scriptures say, "...the same yesterday, today and forever." If you are familiar with Wigglesworth or you are just learning about the Spirit-filled life he led, this book will captivate you-- not with Wigglesworth, but with He whom Wigglesworth called Lord. It will encourage you to trust in the promises of God and will, through Wigglesworth's life, show how those promises have been manifested to people who believe. Let this book, yet another account of a life lived completely for God, incite in you a faith that will, like that of Wigglesworth's, move mountains.