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Rees Howells Intercessor
Rees Howells Intercessor by Norman Grubb


 
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Author: Norman Grubb
Subtitle: The Story of a Life Lived for God
Format: Paperback
Length: 334 Pages
Published: 1952/2018

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How did the faith and prayers of a humble coal miner affect the course of World War II? Rees Howells’ updated biography by Norman Grubb tells the story of one man who progressed in faith until his prayers even altered world events. Written with humility and humor, this book uncovers the rich truths of the Holy Spirit.


Table of Contents
Foreword
Chapter 1: Early Years
Chapter 2: Two Shocks
Chapter 3: Meeting the Risen Lord
Chapter 4: The Welsh Revival
Chapter 5: The Holy Spirit Takes Possession
Chapter 6: Loving an Outcast
Chapter 7: A Village Untouched by the Revival
Chapter 8: The Tramps
Chapter 9: Binding the Strongman
Chapter 10: A Branch in the Vine
Chapter 11: The Tubercular Woman
Chapter 12: What is an Intercessor?
Chapter 13: Challenging Death
Chapter 14: A Father to Orphans
Chapter 15: Lord Radstock
Chapter 16: Called to a Hidden Life
Chapter 17: The Hatless Brigade
Chapter 18: The Vow of a Nazarite
Chapter 19: Uncle Dick’s Healing
Chapter 20: Called Out from Wage-Earning
Chapter 21: Madeira
Chapter 22: Marriage and Missionary Call
Chapter 23: Standing in the Queue
Chapter 24: Revivals in Africa
Chapter 25: Buying the First Estate in Wales
Chapter 26: The Bible College of Wales
Chapter 27: Buying the Second Estate
Chapter 28: Third Estate and Children’s Home
Chapter 29: The Book of Common Prayer and King Edward VIII
Chapter 30: The Every Creature Commission
Chapter 31: Ethiopia
Chapter 32: Visitation of the Spirit
Chapter 33: Fourth Estate and the Jews
Chapter 34: Intercession for Dunkirk
Chapter 35: The Battle of Britain
Chapter 26: Russia, North Africa, Italy, D-Day
Chapter 37: Home Call
Notes


About the Author:
Norman Grubb was a notable missionary statesman, writer and theological teacher. As a student at Trinity College, Cambridge, he was instrumental in the founding of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He worked as a missionary in the Congo with C.T. Studd, who he followed as the director of what is now WEC International. A highly sought after speaker, Norman Grubb was often chosen as a devotional speaker at Presidential Prayer Breakfasts.