One who I remember well was Harold Wildish. He was based in Jamaica but had an itinerant ministry which took him around the world.
Recently, while packing books, I uncovered a small treasure, a volume entitled "The Glorious Secret". In it he gives a balanced, powerful treatment of the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer.
On the second to last page he leaves us with this thought (which he had written in the front of his Bible):
"Give yourself up, morning by morning, to be led by the Holy Spirit and go forward praising and at rest, leaving Him to manage you and your day. Cultivate the habit, all through the day, of joyfully depending upon, and obeying Him, expecting Him to guide, to enlighten, to reprove, to teach, to use, and to do in and with you what He wills. Count upon His working as a fact, altogether apart from sight or feeling. Only let us believe in and obey the Holy Spirit as the Ruler of our lives, and cease from the burden of trying to manage ourselves, then shall the fruit of the Spirit appear in us, as He wills, to the glory of God."
Wildish goes on to say, "Let me ask you to remember that there is no such thing as a once-for-all fullness; it is a continuous appropriation of a continuous supply from Jesus Christ Himself: a moment-by-moment faith in a moment-by-moment Savior, for a moment-by-moment cleansing, and a moment-by-moment filling."