Rees Howells: Intercessor - Study Guide The Hatless Brigade Summary & Analysis

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Rees is invited by his good friend to visit in London. Rees is hesitant to go because of the issue of the hat, or rather lack of the hat. However, the absence of the hat becomes a teaching tool used by Rees. The friend comes to terms with some of his pride and he eventually asks for intercessions on behalf of his son who is in the Army.

Rees turns his hatless struggle into an opportunity to share testimony and offer spiritual growth to others. By staying strong in the path God has put before him, Rees is not only allowing the Spirit to enter his life, but helping others experience the Spirit as well.

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