Smith Wigglesworth On Prayer, Power, And Miracles (book review)

Prayer, Power & MiraclesWhenever I need a booster shot of faith, or a challenge to believe God for even greater things, or just a unabashed reminder of the power of the Scriptures, I pick up a book by Smith Wigglesworth. By the time I got done reading Smith Wigglesworth On Prayer, Power, And Miracles compiled by Roberts Liardon I was totally fired up!

This book is a collection of sermons delivered by Wigglesworth and articles he authored for various Pentecostal publications. Every one of the chapters is simply saturated in Scripture and the anointing of the Holy Spirit! Each of the articles made we want to dig into the Bible more, believe God for more, and crave the empowerment of the Spirit more!

If you are tired of humdrum church-as-usual, or if you are ready for your faith to be stretched like it’s never been stretched before, pick up a copy of this book and strap yourself in. I promise that you will not think about the things of God the same after these messages have worked their way into your heart.

3 Responses to “Smith Wigglesworth On Prayer, Power, And Miracles (book review)”

  1. Jemine isaiah roland Says:

    I love the impact of the man of smithwigglesworth and pollywiggleworth.And, for this blog creator,you are wonderful.we are all expectant of the anointing of this our father and mother in the lord to come on us.Thank you.


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  3. Timothy L Hicks Says:

    This reading has me excited and desiring more of God.

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