William B. Godbey was one of
the most significant evangelists in the early stages of the
Wesleyan-holiness movement. He preached "entire sanctification" was
possible and dictated over 230 books and pamphlets.
Godbey was premillennial at a time when it was quite unpopular. He interpreted Revelation as literally as possible, teaching the rapture, the literal reign of Christ for 1,000 years, etc. He also believed the Roman Catholic Church matched the symbols in Revelation for the rise of the False Prophet.
Godbey spent 5 years, working day and night, to produce a 5,500 page, 7 volume, exegetical commentary on the New Testament, and it is now available as a Bible Analyzer commentary.