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Once the Holy Spirit took possession of him in , Rees Howells, a Welsh miner, was led deeply into a ministry of intercession for many situations including healing, conversions and to challenge death at home and abroad on the mission field. Rees Howells and Samuel Rees Howells Video Clips These short video clips were filmed in Wales, UK, where Rees Howells used to walk in prayer and at the Bible College of Wales, which he founded, where he led his team of intercessors into costly battles of intercession. After pressing play videos will flow automatically, or you can press the next button. Any videos after those listed are not related to ByFaith Media.

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Norman Grubb explores the life story of Rees Howells. He also looks at the foundation of the Bible College of Wales at Swansea, perhaps the greatest legacy of his work, and the intercessory prayer that became the hallmark of Howells, impacting as it did on national policy and international affairs. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 1st by Lutterworth Press first published January 28th More Details Original Title.

Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Rees Howells , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Rees Howells: Intercessor. Nov 27, James Seawel rated it it was amazing. This book blew me away and stretched me spiritually like none other. It's an old book that would likely not be a best-seller in today's get-rich-quick health-and-wealth teachings passing as the Gospel.

This is a true man of God who gives the whole of his being to following and serving Jesus. This is not your book if you're looking for a "be happy, healthy, wealthy, and popular by following these 7 steps" kind of books. If you're ready to go deep and be challenged, check this book out. Just wow. This was amazing.

It both inspired and convicted me, uplifted and challenged me. I learned so much about the Holy Spirit and intercessory prayer. Grubb's writing style kept me engaged and interested, and I loved the inclusion of direct passages from Mr. Howell's diary. Highly recommended! May 29, Jonathan Brenneman rated it liked it. This is certainly a classic, and it has been quite a while since I read it. As a teenager, I read many books on prayer and was quite inspired by books like this.

Looking back, a lot of what I read about prayer hurt me more than helped me. This was because it led me into asking God to do things which he had already accomplished through Christ, instead of praying with thanksgiving because of what God had already accomplished.

This led to a lot of frustration. There were some things in this book th This is certainly a classic, and it has been quite a while since I read it. There were some things in this book that frustrated me more than help me. One example was that Reese believed that the Lord gave him the sickness of another person to bear.

After coming out of the place of frustration in prayer, I realize that it is very easy for people to be healed if we understand what Jesus has done.

I have also come to see the role of afflicting spirits in causing sickness. Nobody needs to bear another person's sickness, because Jesus has carried the pains and sicknesses of all, as Isaiah 53 says.

I have seen that false religions try to transfer a sickness into a tree or something else in their healing practices. All of this is a deception.

There is no need to transfer sickness or afflicting spirits around. Jesus carried it, and dealt with it. I am convinced that in this instance, Reese was deceived by an afflicting spirit that came on him and told him he was bearing the sickness of another person.

This drew his attention away from gospel truth and led to great difficulty and travail in dealing with something that is easy to deal with in the gospel way.

The book is certainly worth reading, but we must not put people like Reese Howells on a pedestal just because they prayed a lot. Rather, we must understand that they were growing and we can learn some things from them, but they also often had a great lack of understanding in certain areas. Sometimes the thing that can make prayer such a struggle is having a limited understanding of the gospel. View all 7 comments. Nov 22, Melissa rated it did not like it Shelves: nonfiction , religion , biography.

This book left me with mixed thoughts. Some of the theology seems unsound -- not biblically based. Howell's account sounded as if God somewhat high-handedly forced him into surrender.

While God has the power to do that, it is agaist his nature. He gives us free will, and is never pushy with his children. Also, the book speaks of an incident when a man refuse This book left me with mixed thoughts. Mildly creepy? Reminds me of the televangelist scandels of the 60's and 70's in the U. I would not recommend this book to a young Christian. It has the potential to confuse. Also, the many prayer victories are encouraging to read about.

Rees Howells committed himself to be a follower of Jesus Christ during the great Welsh revivals in and He was given a particular gift of intercession resulting in miraculous and near-miraculous deliverance of persons, families, communities, and even political situations. His degree of devotion was intense, and characterized by asceticism and Christian mysticism.

He and his wife traveled to several continents in his desire to make manifest the presence of the Holy Spirit among those wh Rees Howells committed himself to be a follower of Jesus Christ during the great Welsh revivals in and He and his wife traveled to several continents in his desire to make manifest the presence of the Holy Spirit among those who were seeking a deeper connection with Christ.

He was called to, and practiced such a high level of self-denial and long hours of prayer and fasting that in this account, his devotion is almost a hyperbole to even the most devout and observant advocates of the Christian faith. In the spirit of the hyperbole, I found I could take away and apply miniscule portions of his devotion and practice, and apply them to my daily life and walk to good effect.

Old school evangelical concepts and practices such as "praying through" [more or less without ceasing to eat or sleep] which were more widely undertaken in the late 19th and early 20th century are described as travail eclipsing all else, a single-mindedness of objective, and a victory or supernatural intervention as a result.

The book is likely to hold most interest for a reader who is familiar with some of these concepts, or someone who would like to learn of them. All I can say is that, there are men and there are men. In the vast economy of God's kingdom on earth, there are those who were poured out completely as sweet-smelling offering to Christ unlike their numerous "classmates" preferring to hold back the very thing that makes God progress with a man - total surrender. Rees Howells strikes me so much that I wondered and marvelled at the liberty the Holy Spirit had in working with and through him.

I gasped repeatedly in my spirit literally sighing at s All I can say is that, there are men and there are men. I gasped repeatedly in my spirit literally sighing at such depth of selflessness, knowing fully well that this was not really about Rees but about Christ. Cos this is no doubt a man who stands among the masterpieces of God in that gallery of faith clearly portraying the life of Jesus to the rest of us.

I was moved when I read it but my prayer is to actually move to this kind of life in all it's fullness - living only for Christ's glory even at the expense of physical convenience.

Norman Grubb did a great job illustrating the life of Rees Howells. Choosing a life of devotion like Rees Howells is hard but it has eternal fruits and this book brings his life's testimony so near that one wishes to choose a life of surrender to.

If someone searches for real examples of victorious faith life 19s he sourly has to read this book. I recommend it to all who are not satisfied whit their life 19s and are searching for the key of understanding Gods will.

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Howells was born in Brynamman in Carmarthenshire , Wales. When he was 12 years old he left school and worked in a tin mill and coal mine. Howells also read a book of Professor Henry Drummond. Both influences caused him to become an Evangelical Christian. Later he returned to Wales. He was affected by the Welsh Revival.

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