Rees Howells: Intercessor - Study Guide The Book of Common Prayer and King Edward VIII Summary & Analysis

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During the early College development years, there are many new examples of answered prayer and intercession by Rees Howells. Rees is called into prayer when King Edward VIII is engaged to an American divorcee. The strong prayers offered by Rees and others at the College are answered with the abdication of the King. During this time, Rees is in contact with many people who ask for prayer and spiritual guidance. Rees is once again an Intercessor and source of spiritual and practical support for others.

The power of prayer is seen in so many examples in Rees Howell's life. Now Rees offers prayers that go beyond assisting individuals, but entire countries. God is using Rees as a willing servant to pray on the highest levels where strength in faith...

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