The Anointing of His Spirit

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Gospel Light Publications, Oct 24, 2003 - Religion - 249 pages
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The Anointing of His Spirit captures Smith Wigglesworth's message of faith. You will find the heart of a man who cried out to God on behalf of others, praying powerfully and effectively for healing and provision-spiritual financial, emotional and physical. Today his words still ring with power and continue to inspire incredible faith in those who hear them.
  

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This book is excellent and only (yes, only) for the believer who wants to experience growing results of the reality of the new birth and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. If you desire a greater ... Read full review

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Contents

What Is Faith?
27
The Door to Life Eternal
33
Awake to Take
45
Knowing God The Key to Faith
55
Building on the Word
61
Keep Your Eyes Fixed on Jesus
67
A Living Hope
73
The Power of Possibility
81
The Place of Power
145
The Ordinary Made Extraordinary
155
Showing Forth the Glory of God
165
Gods Treasure House
173
Aflame for God
185
That I May Know Him
191
Living Epistles of Christ
199
Empty Vessels Filled by the Spirit
203

Making a Pest of Yourself
89
Faith That Delivers
95
Become an Overcomer
99
Children of Circumstances or Children of Faith?
105
Pressing through to Victory
111
Doing the Works of Jesus
117
Be Not Afraid Only Believe
123
The Resurrection Touch
133
Filled with New Wine
141
Rising into the Heavenlies
207
The Privileges of Sonship
217
Count It All Joy
223
Lord What Will You Have Me to Do?
229
APPENDIX
237
Notes
243
BIBLIOGRAPHY
250
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About the author (2003)

SMITH WIGGLESWORTH  was an extraordinary student in the school of faith. A man wholly yielded to the Spirit, Wigglesworth became a "Pentecostal phenomenon," a vessel of God's supernatural power. This legendary preacher cast out demons, healed the sick and stirred up passion for God in the hearts of thousands. 

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