06 April 2008

Ever Increasing Faith audio files.

by K.W. Leslie

Poking around the Internet, I found Wigglesworth’s Ever Increasing Faith at SermonIndex.net, a website for sermon audio. So I thought put the links to each of the chapters here for you to download.

It is not Wigglesworth speaking. In fact, a computer is reading each of the chapters—in that usual unexcited monotone voice that computers typically have. So it’s not the greatest reading of Ever Increasing Faith ever done; but if you simply must have an audiobook version, I suppose it’ll do.

Links below are to the MP3s of each chapter, plus a miniature player if you want to listen to them from this page, and of course links to the original magazine articles.

  1. Have faith in God. · MP3. · Text.
  2. Deliverance to the captives. · MP3. · Text.
  3. The power of the name. · MP3. · Text.
  4. Wilt thou be made whole? · MP3. · Text.
  5. I am the Lord that healeth thee. · MP3. · Text.
  6. Himself took our infirmities. · MP3. · Text.
  7. Our risen Christ. · MP3. · Text.
  8. Righteousness. · MP3. · Text.
  9. The words of this life. · MP3. · Text.
  10. Life in the Spirit. · MP3. · Text.
  11. What it means to be full of the Spirit. · MP3. · Text.
  12. The Bible evidence of the baptism of the Holy Spirit. · MP3. · Text.
  13. Concerning spiritual gifts. · MP3. · Text.
  14. The word of knowledge, and faith. · MP3. · Text.
  15. The gifts of healing and the working of miracles. · MP3. · Text.
  16. The gift of prophecy. · MP3. · Text.
  17. The discerning of spirits. · MP3. · Text.
  18. The gift of tongues. · MP3. · Text.


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Apostle of Faith

  1. “First the blade…”
  2. An helpmeet for him.
  3. “Then the ear…”
  4. Endued from on high.
  5. After receiving the Baptism.
  6. The ministry of healing.
  7. In labors more abundant.
  8. Miracles in Australia and New Zealand.
  9. Visits to Switzerland and Sweden.

Ever Increasing Faith

  1. Have faith in God. (12/22)
  2. Deliverance to the captives. (2/23)
  3. The power of the name. (1/23)

Faith That Prevails

  1. The faith that comes from God. (9/22)
  2. Like precious faith. (10/14/22)


I started this site ’cause I took a Pentecostal history class in grad school, used several Wigglesworth articles for a paper, and rather than just throw away my source materials, I stuck ’em on the internet. I’ve been adding to them since. Thanks for the encouraging feedback!

Yes, the Wigglesworth articles are edited for spelling, punctuation, paragraph breaks, and verse references. But that’s all. Most of the source materials are transcripts of what he spoke aloud, so I believe such alterations are justifiable. I’ve included scans of the original publications in case you wish to compare. Any further typos are because the OCR software made them and I didn’t catch them. Sorry.

If you come across another version of these articles with significant differences (including in print!) it’s because their editor decided to take further liberties with Wigglesworth than I would. There comes a point when such editing becomes less about Wigglesworth’s own words, and more about editors wishing to reshape Wigglesworth to suit them. Or the times. There are certain things Wigglesworth said and taught where I personally can’t agree, and honestly don’t believe the scriptures back him up. (You want my view, visit Christ Almighty.) But as an historian I’m posting what he said, disagreements or not. I wouldn’t appreciate it if people bent my words in like manner, and I’m not editing him for anyone’s theological sensibilities—neither mine nor yours.

You have my permission to link to this blog, and make fair-use quotations of it. But as for republication, the rights don’t belong to me. Thanks to Disney’s continued lobbying for copyright extensions, they won’t be out of copyright in the United States till 2042—if ever. So the copyrights belong to Wigglesworth, the respective publications, and their successors. All rights reserved.

Bible links go to good old Bible Gateway. Wigglesworth used the Authorized (King James) Version, and any discrepancies are because he impressively quoted from memory.

European readers: It’s only fair to warn you this site uses cookies. Sorry. I didn’t put them there. Blogger did. I still love using Blogger though.

—K.W. Leslie

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