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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 "Revivals in Africa", God used the country's crisis to bring about more ____ as people witnessed the power of the "white man's God."
2. The second estate site for the college opened in what year?
3. In "Standing in the Queue", Rees was at the first stop, and after talking to the Lord, what did Rees do?
(a) Asked people to give him ticket money.
(b) Sat on the bench.
(c) Went into prayer with his wife.
(d) Got in line to buy tickets.
4. The Howells were considering the purchase of a second property to accommodate college ___.
5. Rees and his wife believed if they were to buy a second property for the bible college, then they would receive what?
(b) Support from the local mission.
(c) Sign from God.
(d) Support of the staff.
Short Answer Questions
1. For a second bible college property, Rees and his wife considered which prime estate?
2. In "Visitation of the Holy Spirit", the visitation is compared to what kind of experience?
3. In "Standing in the Queue", what did the man who got out of the ticket line hand to Rees?
4. In the last year of Rees' life, Rees was burdened with ___ the Every Creature commission.
5. The third estate for the bible college became a home for whose children?
Short Essay Questions
1. Dunkirk was being evacuated because of Hitler's advancing forces, so what evidence was there that the efforts of Rees and the college were successful?
2. What was different about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
3. How did Rees refer to the United Nations, and how did the events surrounding the UN's establishment reopen the world to the gospel?
4. How did the "failed" Ethiopian intercession against Mussolini plant seeds, benefiting Ethiopia?
5. In 1950, why was Rees concerned about the fulfillment of the Every Creature commission, and how did God reassure Rees about this?
6. After the war in Britain, how did war events and stories from military staff embody the spiritual fight, manifesting into their encounters on the battle field?
7. What role did the Glyderwen estate play in the life of Rees and his wife?
8. Why were Rees and his wife prompted by God to buy a second property, and what was their response?
9. Britain was at war, and the intercessors engaged their own battle against Britain's enemy. Who was involved in this fight?
10. Why did God ask Rees what he would be doing if he had all the money for the trip to Africa, and what did Rees do in response?
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