Rees Howells, God Challenges the Dictators, Doom of Axis Powers Predicted


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Rees Howells’ God Challenges the Dictators, Doom of Axis Powers Predicted

Victory for Christian England and Release of Europe Through Intercession and Spiritual Warfare, Bible College of Wales

Discover the full story of the thrilling and fascinating chronicles of how Rees Howells wrote and published his only work: God Challenges the Dictators at the beginning of World War II. In his own words, Rees Howells describes his life of faith, the founding and ministry of the Bible College of Wales, his predictions and replies to controversy. Learn how his spiritual battles against Adolf Hitler and the spirit behind Nazism began several years before the war, as he predicted the destruction of the Third Reich, began to rescue Jews across Europe and set up a Home of Refuge for child refugees.

Centered around World War II, God Challenges the Dictators (GCD) includes historical analysis from intercessors and friends of Rees Howells, the complete text of GCD with annotations, letters to Prime Minister Winston Churchill and others, press releases, quotes from Rees Howells, alongside adverts, newspaper articles and many never-before-seen published images. Copies of GCD were sent to British government officials and Prime Ministers, and extracts were aired over occupied parts of Europe, whilst Hitler and leading Nazi officials were sent copies in 1940!

This book serves as an important historical document on the lessons of faith and predictions that Rees Howells and his team of intercessors at the Bible College of Wales learned during the twentieth century. It helps place us in the midst of those exciting years of faith and provides guidance for anyone who moves in the prophetic. With twenty-four black and white digitally enhanced photos.

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Gewicht 0,22 kg
Afmetingen 23 × 15,5 × 1 cm


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