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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "What is an Intercessor", how many main characteristics of intercession NOT seen in prayer are identified and explained?
2. In "Meeting the Risen Lord", what converted Jew shared a testimony that God revealed to Rees as "proof"?
(a) Maurice Reuben.
(b) Professor Henry Drummond.
(c) Herbert Spencer.
(d) Evan Lewis.
3. In "Madeira", the Lord revealed to Rees that the young man would be healed in how much time?
(a) A short.
(b) A year's.
(c) Two weeks.
(d) A month's.
4. In "Loving an Outcast", who did Rees assist financially, who later accepted the gift of salvation, along with his wife?
(a) Maurice Reuben.
(b) Jim Stakes.
(c) Evan Lewis.
(d) Uncle Dick.
5. In "Uncle Dick's Healing", during the intercession for the widows, Rees received a message from the ___ regarding healing for his Uncle Dick.
(b) Church elders.
(c) Church leader.
(d) Mission leader.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "The Vow of the Nazarite", the Lord asked Rees to take a vow like the Nazarene from where?
2. To help Lord Radstock in his time of grief, Rees recounted the death of whom?
3. In what year did Rees return home and encounter Welsh revival, as indicated in "Welsh Revival"?
4. In "Meeting the Risen Lord", after Rees heard testimony from a convert, Rees began to distinguish between the things of God and things of what?
5. In "Called to a Hidden Life", Rees' good friend and second in command was under spiritual what?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "Challenging Death", Rees learned that he was to provide intercessory prayer for a person facing certain death. Having the last person die after his intercessory prayers, Rees struggled to complete his new challenge. Briefly discuss how "understanding God's will" helped Rees with this challenge.
2. Who was Elizabeth Hannah Jones, and how was she related to Samuel?
3. How did Rees care for the Tramps? (Please be specific and explain how this also affects Rees.)
4. God led Rees to a village where no one was saved. What happened when Rees followed the Lord's instructions about this village?
5. What does the author feel this collaborative writing of Howells' biography provides for the reader?
6. Why did one of Ree's uncles and his uncle's wife take Samuel?
7. Why was Rees "hatless" and why did he struggle with being "hatless"?
8. How can prayers be a sign of doubt?
9. After the tubercular woman died, what happened to facilitate the development of Rees' love for fatherless children?
10. How did Rees' good friend and second in command come to be leader of the mission formerly headed by Rees?
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