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‘THE MAKING OF SMITH WIGGLESWORTH.’
David W. Dorries.
AOG Heritage Magazine. Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center,
Springfield, Missouri, USA.
Part 1. ‘The Making of the Man’.
Pgs 4-9, Fall Edition 1992. Part 2. ‘The Making
of His Message’. Pgs 20-29, Winter Edition 1992/1993.
Two papers which explore how Smith
Wigglesworth came to reach his position. Part 1 essentially
addresses biographical details which helped to shape
and develop him. Part 2 examines his theology and the
influence of this upon his ministry. At the time the
papers were written Dr David Dorries was an Assistant
Professor of Church History at the Graduate School of
Theology and Missions, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa,
‘THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
DICTIONARY OF PENTECOSTAL AND CHARISMATIC MOVEMENTS.’
||Stanley M Burgess, Editor. 1278pp.
Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. 2002.
This major work includes a biographical entry on Smith
Wigglesworth along with other entries for many of his
close associates including James Salter, Donald Gee,
Stanley Frodsham and Alexander and Mary Boddy. Contributors
include Desmond Cartwright and Wayne Warner.
‘NEW ZEALAND’S GREATEST
REVIVAL UNDER SMITH WIGGLESWORTH (BY AN EYEWITNESS).’
Pastor H. (Harry) V. Roberts,
General Superintendent, The Pentecostal Church of
New Zealand, Wellington. 51pp. Printed in New Zealand
by the Pelorus Press Ltd., Auckland, New Zealand.
An eyewitness account of the visit
of Smith Wigglesworth to Wellington, New Zealand in
1922 which launched the Pentecostal Movement in New
Zealand. Reports are included on the various meetings
and the many signs and wonders which accompanied them.
The author, Pastor Harry V. Roberts is the son of
Henry Roberts, the host pastor for Smith Wigglesworth’s
pioneering Pentecostal campaigns in New Zealand. Harry
Roberts served in a leading role in the Pentecostal
Church of New Zealand and later became Chairman of
the Elim Churches in New Zealand.
200pp. Harrison House Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. 1995.
Lester Sumrall provides personal reminiscences
of twenty-five men and women of God used to birth an
outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the Church. There are
chapters on Smith Wigglesworth, James Salter, Stanley
Frodsham and Donald Gee, amongst many other well known
names. Sumrall includes some graphic personal reminiscences
of times spent with Wigglesworth at conferences and
his Bradford home. Accounts of Smith’s ministry
from pastors in the USA, Australia and New Zealand are
also included. Lester Sumrall’s testimonies of
time spent with Wigglesworth are also available on audio
tape/CD and video.
| Ron McIntosh.
325pp. Harrison House Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. 1997.
An in-depth exploration of past revivals and the
lessons to be learned from the early revivalists and
pioneers such as Smith Wigglesworth, Aimee Semple
Macpherson, John G Lake, Kathryn Kuhlman and others.
Ron McIntosh is a graduate and former chaplain of
Oral Roberts University.
‘THE REAL SMITH WIGGLESWORTH
- THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE MESSAGE.’
||Desmond Cartwright. 192pp. Sovereign
World Ltd., Tonbridge, UK. 2000.
Desmond Cartwright, an acknowledged
authority on Smith Wigglesworth, is the official historian
of the Elim Pentecostal Churches and founding archivist
of the Donald Gee Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic
Research at Mattersey College, Doncaster, UK. This publication
contains a wealth of fresh insights into the ministry
of Smith Wigglesworth drawn from time spent by the author
with members of the Wigglesworth family and from previously
unpublished letters, documents, meeting reports and
sermons. Also included are a number of early photographs
and reproductions of historical documents.
‘REVIVAL - ITS PRINCIPLES
|Winkie Pratney. 236pp. Huntington House
Publishers, Lafayette, Louisiana, USA. 1994.
A guide to revival, focusing on past
revivals, prepared with the aim of stirring fresh interest
in revival. It includes a chapter entitled 'Wonderful
Miracles' which features a brief section on Smith Wigglesworth
and highlights some of the evangelist's comments on
‘REVIVAL! - TOUCHED BY PENTECOSTAL POWER
- EYEWITNESSES TO THE EARLY TWENTIETH-CENTURY PENTECOSTAL
Also published as 'TOUCHED BY FIRE-PATRIARCHS OF PENTECOST-THEIR
LIVES, THEIR VISIONS, THEIR MINISTRIES.' Logos International,
New Jersey, USA. 1978.
Wayne E. Warner (Editor). 164pp.
Harrison House Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. 1978.
Forty eyewitness accounts of the early
twentieth-century Pentecostal revival. First hand reports
of the outpouring of God's Spirit in the meetings of
Smith Wigglesworth, Maria Woodworth-Etter, John G. Lake,
Charles Price and many others are included. The chapter
relating to Smith Wigglesworth entitled 'The Healing
of a Twentieth-Century Lazarus' is taken from Wigglesworth's
sermon collection 'Ever Increasing Faith.' Wayne Warner
is Director of the AOG Archive, Springfield, Missouri.