Rees Howells: Intercessor - Study Guide Intercession for Dunkirk Summary & Analysis

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Rees and the College are called to be intercessors not for one man or one goal, but for the safety and salvation of the entire world. The College stands strong in prayer against the devil in the form of Hitler. The call for evacuation of Dunkirk comes and the intercessory prayers appear to go unanswered. When the time for evacuation came, the waters are calm enough for small boats to make safe passage; the English Channel is safely evacuated; and the leadership of Mr. Churchill is strong, all these are answers to prayers.

When countries begin to fall under Hitler's power, it would be easy to concede. However, where armies can no longer fight, prayer can always remain. They are ready and willing to take on this Intercession even if the answer is not immediate and clear. They have the faith...

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