Rees Howells: Intercessor - Study Guide Welsh Revival Summary & Analysis

Norman Grubb
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Rees returns to Wales in 1904 where country churches are filling up with men and women experiencing the Holy Spirit. Rees, though himself a fairly new convert, hears the call to help pray and support others who find salvation at the revivals. Converts begin to backslide and Rees and other converts must remain faithful while they search for the power of service and answer the Lord's new call.

Rees has just become a convert himself and his journey takes Rees into the high point of the great Revivals. Rees answers the call to be an intercessor but the reader learns that while accepting Christ into your heart is life changing, it still holds challenges. The reader can sense the difficulty to know in your heart the path to salvation, but to face the challenge of how to share it with others.

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