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Great faith

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Great faith is a product of great fights. Great testimonies are the outcome of great tests. Great triumphs can only come out of great trials

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When George Stephenson built his

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When George Stephenson built his first engine, he took his sister Mary to see it. She looked at it and said to her brother, “George, it’ll never go!” He said to her “Get in, Mary.” She said again “it will never go”. he said to her, “We’ll see; you get in.” Mary at last got in. The whistle blew, there was a puff and a rattle and teh engine started off. Then Mary cried out. “George it’ll never stop! It’ll never stop!”

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From the book "Smith Wigglesworth on Healing"

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She said “I’ve come to

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She said “I’ve come to the conclusion I have a thorn in the flesh.” I said “To what wonderful degree of righteousness have you attained that you must have a thorn in the flesh. Have you such an abundance of divine revelations that there is a danger of you being exalted above measure?” (See 1 Corinthians 12:7-9)

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From the book "Smith Wigglesworth on Healing"

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There is a big difference

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There is a big difference between a pump and a spring. The law is a pump; the baptism in the Spirit is a spring. The old pump gets out of order; the parts wear out; and the well runs dry. “The letter kills” (2 Cor 3:6). But the spring is ever bubbling ip and there is a ceaseless flow direct from the throne of God. There is life.

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From the book "Smith Wigglesworth on Healing"

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Available on amazon.com.au*