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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Vow of the Nazarite Summary

Norman Grubb
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The Vow of the Nazarite Summary and Analysis

The Lord changes how he wants Rees to abide. In addition to Rees fasting and being hatless, the Lord asks Rees to spend three hours each evening on his knees reading the Bible. The Lord adds another requirement that Rees live like the Nazarene in the Bible. Rees struggles with what his parents will think especially regarding not cutting his hair. The Lord points out to Rees that he should not put pleasing his parents before doing God's will. Rees takes the vow and lives his life as asked. Eventually people see through the questions and see God in the actions of Rees.

Each challenge plays a part in the Lord's plan for Rees. The request for Rees to live like a Nazarene seems very extreme, but the extremity of it is what helps Rees finally conquer...

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