Faith That Prevails
Now I overcome evil in the name of Jesus. Smith Wigglesworth was born in 1859. His family was very poor and he had to help support them by working in ... Show synopsis Now I overcome evil in the name of Jesus. Smith Wigglesworth was born in 1859. His family was very poor and he had to help support them by working in a woollen mill twelve hours a day at the age of six. In spite of his childhood work demands, he attended church meetings with his grandmother, who had a great Christian influence upon his life. It was at this very young age that he was led to pray for others. At sixteen he became affiliated with the Salvation Army and sensed God's call to pray and reach out for lost souls. He saw hundreds being saved at meetings. During his ministry it was confirmed that 14 people were brought back from the dead and thousands more were saved and healed of their infirmities. His messages are practical, to-the-point, and generously sprinkled with his first-person accounts about events where God supernaturally healed people. I have found Wigglesworth messages to be very pertinent for defending myself from the demonic attacks confronting all of us today.