Rees Howells: Intercessor - Lord Radstock Summary & Analysis

Norman Grubb
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When an intercessor prays for another, the intercessor must be willing to be the vessel God uses to bring forth the answer. Rees' willingness offers him the opportunity to bring his testimony to "people of rank" such as Lord Radstock who cannot accept his daughter's death. The testimony Rees shares includes the death of the tubercular woman who was the first fruit brought to the altar.

One will never know what God is going to ask him to do. While Rees came from very humble beginnings, God uses Rees to touch the lives of those with much higher rank. Rees has equally helped those of the lowest place in life and those in the higher ranks.

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