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Abundant Provision For the Pilgrimage

Philip was in a fix. Here was a crowd of hungry people – five thousand men, to say nothing of women and children. He and the other disciples had made a recommendation to the Master that this big crowd should be sent away to the villages where they could buy themselves victuals. But the Master had sa... Read More

An helpmeet for him

In the second part of the Pilgrim’s Progress, Bunyan introduces us to one Mr. Greatheart, who guided and guarded Christiana and her sons on their way to the Celestial City. The one whose story we are telling was a Mr. Greatheart. He surely had a great heart of love and loyalty to his Master, for so ... Read More

Endued from on high

We continue the story in our Greatheart’s own words: My wife was a great preacher, and although I had no ability to preach, she made up her mind to train me for the ministry. So she would continually make an announcement that I would be the speaker the next Sunday. She said she was sure I could prea... Read More

Ever Increasing Joy

There is a promise in Isaiah 29:19: “The meek... shall increase their joy in the Lord.” What class? The meek. Who are the meek? Those who find nothing in themselves and their all in the Lord. Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians. With his exceptional ability and power, surely, he cou... Read More

First the blade…

The year 1859 is known as that of the great Irish revival. Two years previously, a mighty awakening had come to the United States. Prayer meetings had been held in every large city, and were attended by thousands of people. As men called on God, the Spirit of the Lord mightily worked, and it was est... Read More

In labors more abundant

“I labored more abundantly than they all,” Paul declared, but he was quick to add, “yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me.” [1Co 15.10] Our Greatheart’s life, like the apostle’s, was “in labors more abundant,” [2Co 11.23] but he was quick to acknowledge that it was all of grace and by fa... Read More

Miracles in Australia and New Zealand

It was in the early part of 1922 that our Greatheart made his first visit to Australia. We quote from a letter (which appeared in the English paper, Confidence) written by Miss Winnie Andrews of Victoria: Our dear Brother Wigglesworth arrived in Melbourne last Thursday, and he had a meeting that nig... Read More

Prophetic Warning

With Great Judgments With great judgments will I plead with the population of this country. Great darkness is coming upon the countries that have heard my gospel but no longer walk in it. My wrath shall come upon them. The darkness shall be so great, and the anguish so sore that men will cry out for... Read More

The Abiding Anointing

"But the anointing which ye have received of Him abideth in you... the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth... and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in Him" (1 John 2:27). David, the shepherd lad, received the coveted anointing of God. Under the unction of the Spirit his ... Read More

The Life of Praise

The Lord has declared, “The just shall live by the faith.” And real faith in our faithful Saviour will constantly manifest itself in psalms of praise. Abraham was “strong in faith,” and the result was that he was constantly “giving glory to God.” Rom. 4:20. If our hearts are filled with faith, prais... Read More

The ministry of healing

We have often heard Smith Wigglesworth say that it did not matter where he went in the scripture for a text, he nearly always ended up preaching that the Lord not only forgives all sin but heals every disease. His constant message was just “Christ.” He would say of him: “There was never one who came... Read More

Then the ear…

“My soul followeth hard after thee” [Ps 63.8] is the intense expression of the man after God’s own heart. This was ever the attitude of Smith Wigglesworth from the early days of his Christian experience. No wonder the enemy of souls sought so hard to cause the cares of this life and the deceitfulnes... Read More

Visits to Switzerland and Sweden

In the year 1920 our Greatheart labored for six months in different parts of Europe. He ministered for a short while in France and then went on to Switzerland. The following account of his labors is part of an address given by Madam Debat of Paris, who acted as his interpreter in France and in Frenc... Read More

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