Rees Howells: Intercessor - The Battle of Britain Summary & Analysis

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During the war, the Intercessors are called to do battle in the prayer world while the soldiers fight the battle in the air, land and sea. The faithful, such as students and staff of the College, place themselves as intercessors between Britain and the enemy. After the end of the war many military personnel reveal how they could feel the support from outside the battles. They often would feel divine intervention that altered the outcome of events in a more positive result.

Having faith in the face of adversity and even possible death is a challenge. Preaching during the war and helping people see they must remain faithful while war is around them is a challenge. Faith claims the victory and remains in place until God's assurance comes and victory is certain.

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