Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. Faith's Checkbook is full of precious promises arranged for daily use wth brief experimental comments by Charles H. Spurgeon. It provides daily encouragement for Christians.
A.B. Simpson was a Canadian preacher, theologian, author, and founder of The Christian and Missionary Alliance, an evangelical Protestant denomination with an emphasis on global evangelism. He has been widely recognized as one of the foremost missionary leaders of the century.
Oswald J. Smith was a Canadian pastor whose life's goal was to evangelize the world and bring the Gospel to all people before Christ's return. He was driven to make the foreign mission field the main priority of the church. His life motto was, "You must go, or send a substitute" and "Why should anyone hear the Gospel twice before everyone has heard it once?" He was a remarkable man with an unabated mission that will not only encourage you but stir you to do the same.
Smith Wigglesworth referred to by some as the “Apostle of Faith”, was a pioneer of the Pentecostal revival that began about a century ago. This book is a collection of seven sermons preached by Wigglesworth that were originally printed in periodicals and then reproduced.
Ever Increasing Faith is the first collection of Smith Wigglesworth sermons to be published. Smith Wigglesworth was from a very poor background. He was a plumber by trade, but he abandoned his trade after he started preaching. Wigglesworth became a world-reknowned evangelist who God used to bring healing, faith and revelation to thousands during his lifetime.