In digging through my old books I ran across Rees Howells Intercessor by Norman Grubb. I hadn’t read it in over forty years so I decided to give it another reading.
It’s about a Welsh coal miner in the first half of the 20th century who gave himself to the Lord without reservation. He lived a life touching many from Wales to Africa, to untold thousands around the world. In his later life he established a Christian college in Wales and a home for missionary’s children. The students through deep intercession, changed the course of WW II.
It’s well worth the read. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to see what God can do through a single person totally given over to Him.
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