Rees Howells: Intercessor Characters

Norman Grubb
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Rees Howells

The subject of the biography, Rees Howells was born on October 10, 1879 in a mining village in Wales. He started working in the tin mill and later would work in the mines. Rees was raised as a Christian, joining the chapel at the age of 13, but as a young adult, he realized he needed salvation. He had a personal Pentecost experience that changed his life and he became an Intercessor. Rees shared his testimony with others and began to preach in the missions. His acts of intercession helped people of various rank and in different cities. Rees is called to be Intercessor for tramps, outcasts, drunks and the gravely ill. However, Rees also provided intersession for family members and the upper class in London.

The Holy Spirit often asked Rees to make sacrifices in order to do God's work. Rees struggled with some of the requests, but...

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