Smith Wigglesworth On Manifesting the Divine Nature: Abiding Power Every Day of the Year by Smith Wigglesworth – A Book Review

Smith WighglesworthSmith Wigglesworth: On Manifesting the Divine Nature, Abiding in Power Every Day of the Year
By Smith Wigglesworth
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc.
P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-0768403343, $ 16.99, 2013, 374 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Year of Devotional Readings Gleaned from the Sermons and Writings of Smith Wigglesworth

“Smith Wigglesworth: On Manifesting the Divine Nature” is a treasure trove of carefully selected readings from sermon material and the writings of Smith Wigglesworth. These daily devotional readings contain over 360 “nuggets of truth” which encourage the reader to be quickened by the Holy Spirit’s fullness, to be permeated with righteousness, and empowered for a life of service and ministry.

Wigglesworth draws lessons from the Old Testament Writings of Moses, Job, David, Solomon, and Joshua as well as the prophecies of Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, and Joel. He also introduces truths from the writings of the Gospel writers, the Apostle Paul, Peter, and James. These passages contain important foundational truths that will build your faith in the supernatural power of God, and open your understanding of signs, wonders, and Kingdom authority.

Smith Wigglesworth is recognized for his example of living out the supernatural Christian faith of which he spoke. His life demonstrated such a powerful example that he became an important pioneer in the Pentecostal movement that influenced the Charismatic renewal. “Smith Wigglesworth: On Manifesting the Divine Nature” is worthy of the attention of Christians everywhere desirous of experiencing a more meaningful daily walk and ministry.
Smith Wighglesworth
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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