“Praise is God’s sunlight in the heart.
It destroy sin germs.
It ripen the fruit of the spirit.
It is oil of gladness that lubricates life’s activities.”
– Smith Wigglesworth
About Author: Smith Wigglesworth (8 June 1859 – 12 March 1947), was a British evangelist who was important in the early history of Pentecostalism. Nominally a Methodist, he became a born again Christian at the age of eight. His grandmother was a devout Methodist; his parents, John and Martha took young Smith to Methodist and Anglican churches on regular occasions. Wigglesworth married Polly Featherstone on 2 May 1882. At the time of their marriage, she was a preacher with the Salvation Army and had come to the attention of General William Booth. They had one daughter, Alice, and four sons, Seth, Harold, Ernest and George. Polly died in 1913. Wigglesworth learned to read after he married Polly; she taught him to read the Bible. He often stated that it was the only book he ever read, and did not permit newspapers in his home, preferring the Bible to be their only reading material. His Grandson, Leslie Wigglesworth, after over 20 years as a missionary in the Congo served as the President of the Elim Pentecostal Church.
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