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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Challenging Death Summary

Norman Grubb
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Challenging Death Summary and Analysis

Rees learns that as intercessor he must bring an afflicted person back from certain death or take his place, not in death but in their life caring for those they left behind. Knowing how to best intercede is part of an intercessor's role. For an intercessor to successfully pray for an afflicted person, first they need to understand God's will.

Taking on death as an intercessor must be one of the most difficult challenges. This is exacerbated for Rees since the last time he interceded in the face of death the woman with tuberculosis died. Understanding God's will is what Rees must now do as he intercedes for women and men facing death.

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