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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - A Father to Orphans Summary

Norman Grubb
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A Father to Orphans Summary and Analysis

Rees is called to be a father to the children whose mother died of tuberculosis because their father leaves them soon after the death of their mother. Relatives come forth who want to care for the children. Although Rees does not become the father to these particular children, Rees is now prepared to care for those children the Lord will place in his path in the future.

God readies each person for the role He desires him to take on to help bring God's will to fulfillment. For Rees, God changed his heart towards the care of fatherless children. The immediate need is fulfilled by others, but Rees is forever changed and forever made ready to love children like a father would.

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