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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - What is an Intercessor Summary

Norman Grubb
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What is an Intercessor Summary and Analysis

The three main characteristics of intercession not seen in prayer are identification, agony and authority. An intercessor identifies with whom they pray for as the example of Christ's identification with us. Christ's own agony is what lifts us up to a better life to have an opportunity for salvation. The intercessor gains a new position of grace through the acts of prayer.

While the reader learns of Rees' accomplishments and failures it is important to compare them to what is truly asked of an intercessor. Without the reader experiencing it personally, it might be easy to think of intercession as just extra special prayer. However, learning the true definition and seeing how the Christ is the Great Intercessor, allows the reader to place the proper perspective on the mission.

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