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Discussion Forum : Revivals And Church History : MUST HEAR: 4 Audio Teachings On the Life of Smith Wigglesworth!

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letsgetbusy
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 Re: MUST HEAR: 4 Audio Teachings On the Life of Smith Wigglesworth!

Interesting and inspiring. Wigglesworth seemed to never have been boring.


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Hal Bachman

 2009/7/24 1:01Profile
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The second one was fascinating, as well. A real story of real faith.


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Hal Bachman

 2009/10/1 6:22Profile
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 Re: MUST HEAR: 4 Audio Teachings On the Life of Smith Wigglesworth!

Listened to "Life in the Spirit" and gleaned several good truths:

-Wigglesworth took Communion 2 and 3 times a day for "he loved to live near the Cross."

-He rarely prayed for more than 30 minutes but he rarely went 30 minutes without praying.

-Ps. 27:8 Whenever the Spirit breathes 'come' to you, drop everything, withdraw immediately to the secret place and seek him.

-Favorite text: Eph. 5:18

-Life maxim: In worship give to God His due; in ministry give to men their need.


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Paul

 2010/1/26 2:49Profile
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Working through these, listened to "Man of One Book." God sure made a treasure in a man that can say in truth, "I read only the Bible." Great testimony and inspiration.


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Paul

 2010/1/28 13:16Profile
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WOW!! Going to listen to them again! Very inspiring to say the least. Great example to follow.


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Marc Collette

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I just listened to the first sermon, and thought it quite amazing. I've read a biography or two on Wigglesworth in the past... this was good to hear. One thing that strikes me about this preacher is the brokenness with which he speaks about his friend Smith Wigglesworth. I sense in his brokenness a sense of what Wigglesworth must have been like as a man.

Listen to this in stark contrast to the "faith" healers of our generation, who try to use Wigglesworth's ministry as a means of justifying their own. I can't imagine any of these "men" of God have friends who can speak of them in such a manner. The reason? Because there is nothing of God in them.


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Jimmy H

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