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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Every Creature Commission Summary

Norman Grubb
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The Every Creature Commission Summary and Analysis

Rees is deep in Bible study when the Lord asks Rees to bring the Gospel to "all creatures." God has been preparing Rees for the challenge of this scale and the college takes on the role of Intercessor for the nations by praying for the needs of all creatures everywhere.

God brings Rees through trials and tribulations to make him ready to take on extremely difficult intercessions for the sake of all people. The needs of the world are greater than what the Tramps, drunks and dying needed from Rees. Now Rees, together with the College, is placed in the role of intercessor to help avert war and bring peace and salvation to all in the world.

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