An excerpt from:
Smith Wigglesworth, The Secret Of His Power
by Albert Hibbert, page 22-23.
One of my brothers became especially aware of Wigglesworth’s love for the Word of God on one particular occasion after Wigglesworth had been staying with our family. My brother was taking him to the next place where he was to minister. They had been on the journey for about ten minutes conversing about current events when suddenly Wigglesworth shouted, “Stop!” My brother stopped the vehicle immediately, thinking that something was wrong. But Wigglesworth bowed his head and prayed, “Lord, I am sorry. We have talked about everything but Thee and Thy Word, and the souls of men. Please forgive us.” Then turning to my brother, he said, “You can go now.” The conversation was changed for the rest of the journey.
Someone once asked Wigglesworth if he could recommend a good book on divine healing. He answered, “Yes, there is only one textbook on that subject: the Word of God.”