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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Called to a Hidden Life Summary

Norman Grubb
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Called to a Hidden Life Summary and Analysis

God even calls Rees to a greater prayer life showing Rees he should be in a state of prayer at all times. This means that he would be "hatless" throughout the day. It is the custom to wear a hat so this makes Rees stand out in public. God is working hard on Rees and the changes go beyond how often he prays. Rees' good friend and second in command at the mission is under spiritual attack believing he should go out and start a mission of his own. The Spirit guides Rees to counteract the attack by stepping down from the mission and turning it over to his dear friend. Rees is now called to be the intercessor to pray for the success of the mission and will no longer be seen.

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