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Rees Howells: Intercessor - The Tramps Summary & Analysis

Norman Grubb
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The Tramps Summary and Analysis

Rees overcomes temptations and challenges with newfound strength and establishes an even closer relationship with God who wants Rees to bring the Lord to the Tramps. Rees not only gives the Tramps money, food, and clothing but also helps them find jobs. In addition Rees lives at the level of the Tramps. At times, it seems the pot of money would not be enough, but God always provides the exact amount of money Rees needs to care for the Tramps. The Lord asks Rees to stand up to his own family when they challenge Rees about bringing tramps into their home. Again, the Lord's wisdom is spoken, but this time it is through Rees' father, but also the Lord has a plan because no other tramps come to the Howells once it is decided they are welcome.

It becomes obvious that Rees is...

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