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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fourth Estate and the Jews Summary

Norman Grubb
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Fourth Estate and the Jews Summary and Analysis

Rees is called to establish a home for Jewish children forced out of Poland. Rees succeeds in acquiring the Penllergaer estate, but war breaks out in Britain and only twelve Jewish children arrive. While originally it was believed the prayer was to provide a home for many children, the development of the property in preparation for their arrival was the answered prayer. It provided work and security for many of the young men from the college and kept them from being called immediately to war.

How hard it is for Rees to step out in faith once again for an estate that is even more expensive. In this case, the original intent does not come to pass. However, for those who are faithful to the Spirit and believe in the power of prayer, their faith allows them...

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