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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Called Out from Wage-earning Summary

Norman Grubb
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Called Out from Wage-earning Summary and Analysis

The Spirit soon calls Rees to rely completely on God for provide all Rees' needs by asking Rees to give up his job and earnings at the mine. The Lord requires Rees to not take any charity, to only take what the Lord provides for him. The Lord reminds Rees to not worry about where the money will come from until the end of the month when it is time to pay. Just as his father is sternly questioning Rees regarding money, a letter comes from a friend offering Rees a position in a mission.

Rees has already learned many lessons as a result of his sacrifices. This time, Rees' Father also learns a lesson as he witnesses first hand the outcome of Rees' faith the Lord would provide him earnings. Each step gives Rees the experience and tools...

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