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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Tubercular Women Summary

Norman Grubb
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The Tubercular Women Summary and Analysis

Rees begins a time of abiding for a converted woman in the village who is stricken with tuberculosis. Rees questions if he is really expected to enter into the sufferings and take the place of someone dying of tuberculosis. The woman seems to improve, and Rees and the villagers continue prayers and support for the woman and her family. Soon the Lord reveals to Rees that bringing tuberculosis to an end means early death.

The Lord offers Rees a chance to die in place of the woman. The Spirit comes to Rees and explains what being a martyr means. Once the woman learns that the prayers for her to be saved mean someone else may be afflicted in her place, she gets on her knees and requests that no prayers be answered to take another. God takes her home three months...

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