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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Early Years Summary

Norman Grubb
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Early Years Summary and Analysis

Howells' early years begin with his birth into a family of eleven children in a small cottage in South Wales. The family faces making ends meet on the meager earnings Thomas Howells makes at the local iron works and coalmine. While money is not abundant, godliness and love are. The experience of love at such an early age is what makes an impression on Rees and provides the foundation for his life to come.

Rees learns to work hard at a young age in the local tin mill with his brothers. Rees also works at the shoe shop his father opens in the local village. In addition to a strong work ethic, Rees Howells demonstrates being of strong consciousness of God. A strong character trait influenced by his relationship with his Grandparents and the spiritual experience at their cottage. In addition to his...

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