"Your greatest contribution to the Kingdom of God may not be something you do, but someone you raise." ~Andy Stanley

April 24, 2007

Wednesdays in the Word

I just have to share more Smith Wigglesworth because he blesses my socks off!
Andrew calls him "Wiggglesmith." ; )
Here are some more of my favorite quotes taken from his sermons, given 100 yrs. ago. If you need healing in your body, believe God for it!

"Dare to believe that Jesus was wounded for your transgressions, was bruised for your iniquities, was chastised that you might have peace, and that by His stripes there is healing for you here and now."

"We have a big God. We have a wonderful Jesus. We have a glorious comforter. If you dare trust this wonderful Lord, this Lord of Life, you will find in Him everything you need. So many are trying drugs, quacks, pills and plasters. You will find that if you dare trust God, He will never fail. "The prayer of faith will save the sick, and the Lord will raise him up. (James 5:15) Do you trust Him? He is worthy to be trusted!"

"When the power of God is being manifested, a protest will always come from the hypocrites."

"God is waiting for a people who dare to believe and when you believe, 'all things are possible.' (Mk. 9:23)

"If you do not venture out in faith, you will remain ordinary as long as you live. If you dare the impossible, God will abundantly do far above all you ask or think.' (Eph. 3:20)

"I often offer a reward to anyone who can catch me anywhere without my Bible or my New Testament."

"None of you can be strong in God unless you are diligently and consistently listening to what God has to say to you through his Word. Read it in the morning, in the evening and at every opportunity you get. After every meal, instead of indulging in unprofitable conversation around the table, read a chapter from the Word.."

"Oh, if I could only stir you up to see that, as you are faithful in the humblest role, God can fill you with His Spirit, make you a chosen vessel for Himself and promote you to a place of mighty ministry in the salvation of souls and the healing of the sick."


1 comment:

JennaG said...

Thanks for your nice words about my new bloggy look. I just messed with the colors a little. It will look a whole lot nicer when Susie at Bluebird Blogs gets finished with it in a few weeks.