Real Smith Wigglesworth The by Desmond Cartwright
|Title||Real Smith Wigglesworth The|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Where man looks for talent or status, God looks for a willing heart. It is not the wise, nor the mighty, nor the noble who are called. Nowhere is this formula more telling than in the life of Englishman Smith Wigglesworth. A Yorkshire plumber born in the middle of the nineteenth century, his blunt personality, successful evangelistic ministry, and the astonishing miracles that followed him transformed the lives of many. With no formal education and lacking the skills of a great orator or writer, he possessed an undying love for Christ and an extraordinary capacity to hear and obey God. Nor was Wigglesworth afraid to trust God for the impossible. This unique book draws on archival material other biographies have not had access to, and contains photographs that have been published nowhere else. In a day when slick image-conscious marketing campaigns prevail, readers will find this humble evangelist's childlike faith and confident assurance in God a refreshing and encouraging inspiration.