14 Quotes From “Smith Wigglesworth On Healing”

Wigglesworth HealingI hope these quotes from Smith Wigglesworth On Healing will excite you to read this book. If you’d like to read my book review, please click here.

“Never listen to human plans. God can work mightily when you persist in believing Him in spite of discouragement from the human standpoint. … I am moved by what I believe. I know this: no man looks at the circumstances if he believes.”  

“There are times when there seems to be a stone wall in front of us. There are times when there are no feelings. There are times when everything seems as black as midnight, and there is nothing left by confidence in God. What you must do is have the devotion and confidence to believe that He will not fail, and cannot fail. You will never get anywhere if you depend on your feelings. There is something a thousand times better than feelings, and it is the powerful Word of God. There is a divine revelation within you that came when you were born from above, and this is real faith. To be born into the new kingdom is to be born into a new faith.”

“You must be yielded to the Word of God. The Word will work out love in our hearts, and when practical love is in our hearts, there is no room to boast about ourselves. We see ourselves as nothing when we get lost in this divine love.”

“You can never pray ‘the prayer of faith’ (James 5:15) if you look at the person who is needing it; there is only one place to look, and that is to Jesus.”

“Hard things are always opportunities to gain more glory for the Lord as He manifests His power. Every trial is a blessing. … The hardest things are just lifting places into the grace of God.”

“The Master does not want us to reason things out, for carnal reasoning will always land us in a bog of unbelief. He wants us simply to obey.”

“You must come to see how wonderful you are in God and how helpless you are in yourself.”

“May God help us to see this truth. We cannot be ‘to the praise of His glory’ (Ephesians 1:12) until we are ready for trials and are able to triumph in them.”

“God is never tightfisted with any of His blessings.”

“Jesus was manifested in the flesh to destroy the power of the devil (1 John 3:8). What does that mean? It means this: He is God’s example to show us that what God did for and in Jesus, He can do for and in us.”

“The reason the world is not seeing Jesus is that Christian people are not filled with Jesus. They are satisfied with attending meetings weekly, reading the Bible occasionally, and praying sometimes. … It is an awful thing for me to see people who profess to be Christians lifeless, powerless, and in a place where their lives are so parallel to unbelievers’ lives that it is difficult to tell which place they are in, whether in the flesh or in the Spirit.”

“There is no such thing as the Lord’s not meeting your need. There are no ifs or mays; His promises are all shalls. ‘All things are possible to him who believes’ (Mark 9:23).”

“Faith is just the open door through which the Lord comes. Do not say, ‘I was saved by faith’ or ‘I was healed by faith.’ Faith does not save and heal. God saves and heals through that open door. You believe, and the power of Christ comes.” 

“I clearly see that we ought to have spiritual giants in the earth, mighty in understanding, amazing in activity, always having a wonderful testimony because of their faith-filled activity. I find instead that there are many people who perhaps have better discernment than the average believer, better knowledge of the Word the the average believer, but they have failed to put their discernment and knowledge into practice, so the gifts lie dormant.”

7 Responses to “14 Quotes From “Smith Wigglesworth On Healing””

  1. 14 Quotes from Smith Wigglesworth on Healing Says:

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  2. Leonard Says:

    Its funny how the devil has made us think
    so much about the past things. he always
    wants as to believe that God worked through
    people like Bro. wigglesworth or wesley and
    He cant be the same today. When Hebrew
    13:8 says Jesus is the same yesterday, today
    and forever! He still heals, fills with the
    Holyghost and still requires holiness.
    Actually the devil wants us to warm on a
    painted fire when there there is a real Fire.
    Its like assuming a motorcycle becomes a
    car when its placed on a car garage or
    washing a pig, giving it sheep feed and
    calling it a sheep. It will never be for sure!
    We preach joining church instead of real
    confession, repentance and baptism of the
    Holyghost.
    God still has a non denominational ministry
    where the Holyghost is the leadership. And
    where God is ever is not history, raising the
    dead, healing the sick and the blind see. Not
    a historical God that never does what He
    did and promised.
    Its funny we only accept His servants after
    they die. After Wigglesworth He raised
    William Branham but He was rejected by
    denominations and right now there as so
    many FALSE accusations against Him on
    internet about Him. But God vindicated His
    ministry more than any minister in the 20th
    century like oral Roberts or Billy Graham.
    God have mercy on this generation that’s in
    a sodom condition. Time is over, sin is
    maturing everywhere. Let’s get back to the
    first faith, Acts 2:38 and pray for
    Holyghost.

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  3. Gabriel F.G Says:

    Lord we need the power again!!!

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  5. dowelani hadassah Says:

    the word of God will forever work for you only if you believe, and agree to switch off your mental capacity and take God at his word

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