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Rees Howells: Intercessor - The Holy Spirit Takes Possession Summary & Analysis

Norman Grubb
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The Holy Spirit Takes Possession Summary and Analysis

Rees returns home and begins work in the coal mine where Rees witnesses a need for spiritual growth in his fellow workers. Rees is active in the Revival and finds himself part of the group spending its vacation at the Llandrindod Wells Convention in hopes of deeper spiritual growth. At the onset of the trip, it is revealed to Rees that by the end of the trip "he will be a new man." The truth is revealed and Rees gains an understanding of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is a person, as is the Savior. However, the Holy Spirit must have a body to dwell within. If Rees is going to allow the Spirit in, Rees must first empty himself out. Rees struggles with what he must give up for days. The Holy Spirit asks a...

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