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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Buying the Second Estate Summary

Norman Grubb
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Buying the Second Estate Summary and Analysis

God has been speaking to the Howells about the need for another piece of property to accommodate the growth of the College. When a prime estate, Derwen Fawr, in the best location becomes available, the Howells know this is the estate they should buy but they still ask for reassurance from God. The Howells believe if it is to be they will receive the money they need. Again, the financial and business obstacles are overcome and on the sixth anniversary of the College, the second estate is opened.

The Howells are asked over and over to believe money will come in order for God's plan to be realized. It would seem that with passing time the faith would become easier but each time they must remind themselves and others God will provide the money if it is to be...

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