The Smith Wigglesworth Prophecy and the Greatest Revival of All Time
"You will have the privilege to see and to participate in the most glorious and mightiest sweeping revival that has ever been known in Christian history!" &-Smith Wigglesworth This revelation was part of a prophecy given in 1936 by...
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"You will have the privilege to see and to participate in the most glorious and mightiest sweeping revival that has ever been known in Christian history!"
This revelation was part of a prophecy given in 1936 by legendary evangelist and healing minister Smith Wigglesworth to a young man named David du Plessis. The revival Wigglesworth foresaw was a continuation of the Pentecostal movement into the charismatic renewal that continues to this day.
Later, in 1961, God gave Rev. Tommy Hicks a vision of the continuation of that revival: a worldwide movement in which the "Awakening Giant"&-the body of Christ&-receives spiritual power and authority on such a scale as has not been seen since the book of Acts.
This book retells these two amazing prophecies in their entirety and also discusses their implications for the world today. The revival of God's church continues, but it won't be complete until every Spirit?filled believer understands his or her unique role in its fulfillment. Study these prophecies and ask God to reveal how He would use you to bring the greatest revival in history
Smith Wigglesworth, often referred to as the Apostle of Faith, was one of the pioneers of the Pentecostal revival that occurred a century ago. Without human refinement and education he was able to tap into the infinite resources of God to bring divine grace to multitudes. Thousands came to Christian faith in his meetings, hundreds were healed of serious illnesses and diseases as supernatural signs followed his ministry. A deep intimacy with his heavenly Father and an unquestioning faith in God's Word brought spectacular results and provided an example for all true believers of the Gospel. - Publisher.