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    Samuel Rees Howells, The Quiet Intercessor

    Samuel Rees Howells or “Mr Samuel” as he was affectionately called by students and staff members of the Bible College of Wales (BCW) was born in 1912 in Brynamman, a mining village near Swansea, South Wales, UK. Before his birth, the Lord gave Rees and Lizzie Howells his name – ‘Samuel.’ There were similarities in his life, to the Samuel he was named after in the Bible. His mother’s middle name was Hannah and he too was to be dedicated to the Lord by his mother on the altar of sacrifice. They called his name Samuel, saying, “Because I have asked for him from the Lord” – 1 Samuel 1:20…

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    Rees Howells – A Life Inspired by the Intercessor and Man of Faith

    “There were two things I wanted. First, to truly know the Holy Spirit like Rees Howells had. The second was to meet someone who was truly filled with the Holy Spirit. I met that person at Rees Howells’ College” – The Holy Spirit in a Man by R.B. Watchman Night after night I cried out, “There has to be more!” The answer to my persistent prayers, seeking God came through a book called Rees Howells Intercessor by Norman Grubb (1952). Upon finishing the book, I prayed, “My Lord and My God, this is it. My search is over. There is more!” This book contained the testimony of a man – Rees…

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    Rees Howells Intercessor, Intercession, Revival and the Bible College of Wales

    Rees Howells Intercessor Once the Holy Spirit took possession of him in 1906, 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. Called to a Life of Faith After several years of working at one of the hardest jobs a man can do – down the mine, cutting coal, he received a call to come out from wage-earning. Rees Howells declared in obedience to God, “I do believe You are able to keep me better than that mining company.” This was the beginning of forty years of praying…