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“Fear looks; faith jumps. Faith never fails to obtain its object. If I leave you as I found you, I am not God’s channel. I am not here to entertain you, but to get you to the place where you can laugh at the impossible.” ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“Some people like to read their Bibles in the Hebrew; some like to read it in the Greek; I like to ready it in the Holy Spirit.”˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“Great faith is the product of great fights.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“How can one come to possess great faith? Now listen, here is the answer to that: First, the blade, then the ear, then the full corn in the ear. Faith must grow by soil, moisture, and exercise.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“You will have to voice many things in order to bring them into being.”  ˜ Smith Wigglesworth


“If you are in the same place today as you were yesterday, you are a backslider.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth


“To the man of faith, there is not a thing that is not opportunity.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“Before a man can bind the enemy, he must know there is nothing binding him.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“If you want to increase in the life of God, then you must settle it in your heart that you will not at any time resist the Holy Spirit. The Holy Ghost and fire – the fire burning up everything that would impoverish and destroy you.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“God’s plan for you is to forget the past in every way, because the future is so amazingly wonderful. Oh, the word of God is so wonderful! The word so eats me up that I have no place but in God’s word.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

If you leave people as you found them, God is not speaking by you.  If you are not making people mad or glad, there is something amiss with your ministry.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“If the spirit does not move me, I move the Spirit.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“No wavering. This is the principle: He who believes is definite.  A definite faith brings a definite experience and a definite utterance.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth

“Before God could bring me to this place He has broken me a thousand times.”   ˜ Smith Wigglesworth