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Intercession of Rees Howells (2003)

Doris M Ruscoe

Intercession of Rees Howells (2003)

Doris M Ruscoe

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Written by one of his colleagues, this is a summary of the teachings and writings of the great Welsh preacher and missionary Rees Howells on the subject of intercession. In the first two chapters the author explains how she met Rees Howells, the effect he had on her spiritual guidance and how he himself met with God and came to understand the need for intercession.;In the remaining chapters the author introduces detailed notes that were taken at the time of Rees Howells' Bible readings and his commentary on them. These passages, often quoting Howells verbatim, illuminate his ideas and bring his teaching to life. Because of this, the book is one of the most important documents about Rees Howells, including as it does a collection of original material, and it should appeal to a wide range of evangelicals.

- Publisher Doris Ruscoe first came to the Bible College of Wales as a visitor in 1932, plagued by the question, "Was there in reality an absolute truth, on which one's life could be based with complete certainty and deep inner conviction?" After meeting with Rees Howells, she knew that "here was a man who really knew God and knew him in a way I had never met in anyone else before." Miss Ruscoe was headmistress of the school for missionaries' children at the College, founded by Mr. Howells. Those familiar with Rees Howells from Norman Grubb's inspiring biography will appreciate Miss Ruscoe's riveting accounts of life in the college. Interspersed with her own recollections are Mr. Howells' own words, painting a vivid picture of this Welsh coal miner whose name has come to be synonymous with the principle of intercession. Mr. Grubb encouraged Miss Ruscoe to write this book. In the foreword he says, "Doris Ruscoe shows in detail how the Holy Spirit led Rees Howells, from his new birth onwards to discover the principles of Intercession. She traces for us his earlier stages of learning and application, fascinating to those of us who by grace are being taken the same way. She leads us on to the great intercession of World War Two, the intercession for the gospel to get to 'every creature' so marvelously being fulfilled before our eyes today."

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Written by one of his colleagues, this is a summary of the teachings and writings of the great Welsh preacher and missionary Rees Howells on the subject of intercession. In the first two chapters the author explains how she met Rees Howells, the effect he had on her spiritual guidance and how he himself met with God and came to understand the need for intercession.;In the remaining chapters the author introduces detailed notes that were taken at the time of Rees Howells' Bible readings and his commentary on them. These passages, often quoting Howells verbatim, illuminate his ideas and bring his teaching to life. Because of this, the book is one of the most important documents about Rees Howells, including as it does a collection of original material, and it should appeal to a wide range of evangelicals.
- Publisher

Doris Ruscoe first came to the Bible College of Wales as a visitor in 1932, plagued by the question, "Was there in reality an absolute truth, on which one's life could be based with complete certainty and deep inner conviction?" After meeting with Rees Howells, she knew that "here was a man who really knew God and knew him in a way I had never met in anyone else before." Miss Ruscoe was headmistress of the school for missionaries' children at the College, founded by Mr. Howells. Those familiar with Rees Howells from Norman Grubb's inspiring biography will appreciate Miss Ruscoe's riveting accounts of life in the college. Interspersed with her own recollections are Mr. Howells' own words, painting a vivid picture of this Welsh coal miner whose name has come to be synonymous with the principle of intercession. Mr. Grubb encouraged Miss Ruscoe to write this book. In the foreword he says, "Doris Ruscoe shows in detail how the Holy Spirit led Rees Howells, from his new birth onwards to discover the principles of Intercession. She traces for us his earlier stages of learning and application, fascinating to those of us who by grace are being taken the same way. She leads us on to the great intercession of World War Two, the intercession for the gospel to get to 'every creature' so marvelously being fulfilled before our eyes today."
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 189930
  • Product Code 0718830296
  • EAN 9780718830298
  • Pages 125
  • Department General Books
  • Category Prayer
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Lutterworth Press
  • Publication Date May 2003
  • Dimensions 186 x 120 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.130kg

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