Using several dramatic, real-life examples as illustrations, Smith Wigglesworth explains how to prepare for your future life after death while experiencing the power and joy of the Holy Spirit in the present. Through these dynamic messages on God's transforming power, you will learn how you can be healed, lose the fear of death, see miracles in your life, and much more.
Illustrating his insights with many dramatic, real-life examples, Smith Wigglesworth has a dynamic message in store for those who are looking toward the second coming. He explains how to prepare for your future in eternity with God while experiencing the power and joy of the Holy Spirit in the present. Discover God's plans for you in this life and what He has in store for you in the heaven. You can know victorious living--now and for all eternity.
Smith Wigglesworth (1859And#150;1947) was born in England in 1859. Immediately after his conversion as a boy, he had a concern for the salvation of others and won people to Christ, including his mother. He became a plumber by trade, yet he continued to devote himself to winning many people to Christ on an individual basis. In 1882, he married Polly Featherstone, a vivacious young woman who loved God and had a gift of preaching and evangelism. It was she who taught him to read and who became his closest confidant and strongest supporter. They both had compassion for the poor and needy in their community, and they opened a mission, at which Polly preached. Significantly, people were miraculously healed when Wigglesworth prayed for them. In 1907, Wigglesworth's circumstances changed dramatically when, at the age of forty-eight, he was baptized in the Holy Spirit. Suddenly, he had a new power that enabled him to preach, and even his wife was amazed at the transformation. This was the beginning of what became a worldwide evangelistic and healing ministry that reached thousands. He eventually ministered in the United States, Australia, South Africa, and all over Europe. His ministry extended to the time of his death in 1947.