God Challenges the Dictators, Doom of the Nazis Predicted: The Destruction of the Third Reich Foretold by the Director of Swansea Bible College, An In - Howells, Rees; Backholer, Mathew
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A book for all to read and ponder deeply - Rees Howells, December 1939. Available for the first time in 80 years: God Challenges the Dictators, Doom of the Nazis Predicted. Fully annotated and reformatted with digitally enhanced photos. Discover how Rees Howells built a large ministry by faith in times of economic chaos and learn from the predictions he made during times of national crisis, of the destruction of the Third Reich, the end of fascism and the liberation of Christian Europe during World War II. I could not take prayers that morning because I was carried away in the spiritual realms…mehr

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A book for all to read and ponder deeply - Rees Howells, December 1939. Available for the first time in 80 years: God Challenges the Dictators, Doom of the Nazis Predicted. Fully annotated and reformatted with digitally enhanced photos. Discover how Rees Howells built a large ministry by faith in times of economic chaos and learn from the predictions he made during times of national crisis, of the destruction of the Third Reich, the end of fascism and the liberation of Christian Europe during World War II. I could not take prayers that morning because I was carried away in the spiritual realms reading my book! I could not put it down until I finished it - Rees Howells, January 1940. Excerpts were translated into German and sent to Hitler, Goebbels, Himmler and other senior Nazi officials for New Years' Day 1940, extracts of which were broadcast from the Freedom Broadcasting Station, sought after by the Gestapo! Rees Howells had the assurance that God would not surrender Protestant Germany, the land of the Reformation, to Hitlerism - the Antichrist. It was revealed to us that the Devil had entered into Hitler. The book is in two parts and the predictions have become true - Rees Howells, November 1945. God Challenges the Dictators includes the history of the Bible College of Wales (BCW), Swansea, founded by faith under Rees Howells from its inception in 1922 to the purchase of the Glynderwen Estate in 1923, followed by Derwen Fawr, Sketty Isaf and Penllergaer (now part of Penllergare Valley Woods), Wales, United Kingdom, a designated home for Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi persecution across Europe. Rees Howells was a former miner, turned missionary to Gazaland in Southern Africa. As Director of BCW with more than 320 acres to his name; he had four mansions, a Bible College, Schools, Hospital, Chapel, Conference Hall and Home of Rest for Missionaries with more than 90 staff members as part of an international community of men, women and children, sustained by prayer and faith in the power of God. Rees Howells was an intercessor, missionary, revivalists and the founder of the Bible College of Wales (BCW), Swansea, which was founded and maintained by faith and steeped in intercession. Mathew Backholer is a former student and staff member of BCW and is the co-founder of ByFaith Media (www.ByFaith.org). He presents the Christian series ByFaith TV which airs globally on numerous networks. He is the author of many books including: Reformation to Revival, Christianity Rediscovered, Extreme Faith and Short-Term Missions.
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  • Verlag: BYFAITH MEDIA
  • Seitenzahl: 128
  • Erscheinungstermin: 24. Juni 2021
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 229mm x 152mm x 7mm
  • Gewicht: 198g
  • ISBN-13: 9781907066771
  • ISBN-10: 1907066772
  • Artikelnr.: 62116699
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Rees Howells was an intercessor, missionary, revivalists and the founder of the Bible College of Wales (BCW). He was a former miner, turned missionary to Gazaland in Southern Africa. As Director of BCW he bought the Glynderwen Estate, Swansea, Wales, in 1923, followed by Derwen Fawr, Sketty Isaf and Penllergaer (now part of Penllergare Valley Woods) as a designated home for Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi persecution across Europe. Rees Howells had more than 320 acres to his name; including four mansions, a Bible College, Schools, Hospital, Chapel, Conference Hall and Home of Rest for Missionaries with more than 90 staff members as part of an international community of men, women and children, sustained by prayer and faith in the power of God. Rees Howells is best known by the biography by Norman Grubb, Rees Howells Intercessor.