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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Standing in the Queue Summary

Norman Grubb
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Standing in the Queue Summary and Analysis

Again, money is tight and they have faith the money will come in time for the African trip. Amazingly, Rees and Elizabeth actually set out for London without all the money they need for the entire trip. They make it to the first stop and must buy tickets for the rest of the trip but do not yet have money. God asks Rees what he would be doing if Rees actually had the money. Rees knows that if he truly believed the money is on its way then he should be acting as if he already has it, which means getting in line. A man who must leave the line gives Rees money and tells him to but tickets. Rees and Elizabeth make it to their destination and the story of standing in the line becomes part of their...

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