PDF/EPUB Rees Howells Intercessor
Norman P. Grubb
Download í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Norman P. GrubbThis 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 ich uick 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 e looking for a be happy healthy and popular by following these 7 steps kind of If you e eady to go deep and be challenged check this book out This is certainly a classic and it has been uite a while since I ead it As a teenager I ead many books on prayer and was uite inspired by books like this Looking back a lot of what I ead about prayer hurt me 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 that frustrated me 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 ealize that it is very easy for people to be healed if we understand what Jesus has done I have also come to see the ole of afflicting spirits in causing sickness Nobody needs to has done I have also come to see the ole of afflicting spirits in causing sickness Nobody needs to another person s sickness because Jesus has carried the pains and sicknesses of all as Isaiah 53 says I have seen that false eligions 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 itI am conv. Rees Howells was a man peculiarly taught of God one who learned the Bible as the Spirit made him live it Every chapter of this biography is full of drama and light showing how he faced the implications of an. Inced that in this instance Reese was deceived by an afflicting spirit that came on him and told
he was bearing 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 eading 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 canHim He Was Bearing
Learn Some Things Fromsome things from 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 *the thing that can make prayer such a struggle is having limited understanding of the gospel Rees Howells committed himself to be a follower of Jesus Christ during the great Welsh evivals in 1904 and 1905 He was given a particular gift of intercession esulting 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 who were seeking a deeper connection with ChristHe 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 faithIn 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 effectOld school evangelical concepts and practices such as prayi. Entire surrender learned to love the unlovely found the key to prevailing prayer became the channel of a mighty evival in Africa was taught the principles of divine healing and progressed ever further in fai. .
Ng through or less without ceasing to eat or sleep which were 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 esultThe book is likely to hold most interest for a eader who is familiar with some of these concepts or someone who would like to learn of them 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
choose a life of surrender to someone searches for eal examples of victorious faith life 19s he sourly has to ead this book I ecommend it to all who are not satisfied whit their life 19s and are searching for the key of understanding Gods will This book humbled me because I ealized that we are all the time expecting great things without to surrender and pay the price needed to give birth to great things and we are not ealizing that the kingdom of God has his laws and we eally can live according to them a victorious life Earlier I shared that I found this book insightful especially about Second Birth and *I Enjoyed Reading About *enjoyed eading about emarkable man But I took issue with his distinctions between prayer warrior and intercessor I don t buy his distinction though I can t deny that his prayers bore fruit They sure did But eally God did My own personal take on prayer is that the outcomes are up to God not us Sometimes in eading this book I felt that the emPHAsis was being put on the wrong syl LA ble giving perhaps credit to the instrument than to GOD who plays Th until world events were affected by his prayersHere are ich truths of the Spirit for all the Church of Christ today inherent in a story told with simplicity humanity and humor enough to captivate any ead.To Choose A Life Of Surrender To
Norman P. Grubb