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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - A Village Untouched by the Revival Summary

Norman Grubb
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A Village Untouched by the Revival Summary and Analysis

The Lord guides Rees to a village where no one has been saved. The Lord reveals to Rees that he is to have no more than the rest of the village and whatever they ask of Rees he is to give them. Rees gives all his money to those in the village who need it for various means of survival or to get them out of trouble. Every villager he helps becomes a convert and they start hosting and attending prayer meetings. The entire village is speaking about what Rees is doing for them. Rees continues to visit the village for 3 years never letting anything affect his goal of bringing the Holy Spirit to the village.

Bringing the Holy Spirit to such an unholy and unwelcoming place is a challenge for any preacher or servant...

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