Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "What is an Intercessor", who is described as the Great Intercessor?
2. In "Madeira", the Lord revealed to Rees that the young man would be healed in how much time?
3. What kind of shop did Thomas Howells open in the local village?
4. In "The Holy Spirit Takes Possession", Rees returned home and began work where?
5. In "Called to a Hidden Life", Rees' good friend and second in command was under spiritual what?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Rees care for the Tramps? (Please be specific and explain how this also affects Rees.)
2. In London, how did Rees' friend respond to Rees' hatless state?
3. How did Rees' good friend and second in command come to be leader of the mission formerly headed by Rees?
4. What happened after six years of prayer on behalf of Russia, North Africa, and Italy that indicated a bigger picture for the purpose of the intercessions?
5. After the tubercular woman died, what happened to facilitate the development of Rees' love for fatherless children?
6. What people influenced Howells' life in the early years?
7. What were the two shocks experienced by Rees in "Two Shocks"?
8. Why was Rees "hatless" and why did he struggle with being "hatless"?
9. In The Book of Common Prayer, Rees' contact with people changed. Discuss this change.
10. How can prayers be a sign of doubt?
Rees and the college intercede many more times after the situation with King Edward VIII, yet in these proceeding intercessions their seems to be failure, but as God reveals in time, they were planted seeds for future victories. Choose three of these intercessions and discuss the faith shown to continue intercession in the face of seeming failure and the resulting positive results in each situation. (e.g. Intercessions for Ethiopia; Dunkirk; Battle of Britain; Russia, North Africa, and Italy.)
Discuss the representation of Rees' relationship with God and his life as an intercessor in relationship to Rees' "hatless" state in the face of public custom.
Rees and his wife are challenged by God several times to not just wait, but to do something while they wait. Citing several examples from the biography, explain how the lesson Rees and his wife learns in each instance is applied to their work as intercessors and missionaries. (For example, when the couple learned a lesson while waiting in line to buy tickets to Africa, an experience they used to help them witness while in Africa.)
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