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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Bible College of Wales Summary

Norman Grubb
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The Bible College of Wales Summary and Analysis

Initially, the college is a great success. However it comes under fire and must rise to be grounded in the strongest foundation. God sees and warns that there is trouble and God is not pleased with the worldliness that appears. Internal conflict among the staff occurs and God turns the evil into good but it takes time to re-establish the proper foundation. Five years after the College first opened, Rees gave an account of the state of the College, which again showed prosperity and growth, but this time "on a foundation that neither man nor devil could ever shake."

Success often comes with a price. For the Bible College, the price comes once it appears man's goals are overshadowing God's goals. The Lord is remarkable at repairing damage the devil causes. The College is not immune in...

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