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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "Called to a Hidden Life", Rees' constant state of readiness required him to go against custom and be what in public?
2. In "Called to a Hidden Life", Rees' second in command believed he should go out and start his own what?
3. In "What is an Intercessor", who is described as the Great Intercessor?
4. "In Loving an Outcast", Rees shared his testimony with what family member, who after three weeks was converted?
5. In "What is an Intercessor", an intercessor gains a position of ___ through the acts of prayer.
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to Rees upon his return home during the Welsh Revival?
2. What were the two shocks experienced by Rees in "Two Shocks"?
3. How did Rees' good friend and second in command come to be leader of the mission formerly headed by Rees?
4. How and why was Rees able to reach Lord Radstock to help him?
5. God led Rees to a village where no one was saved. What happened when Rees followed the Lord's instructions about this village?
6. What did the Lord ask Rees to give up when He called Rees out of wage earning?
7. Why was Rees directed to send a cable, and what happened after the cable was sent from Madeira?
8. How did Rees come to be in London, and why was he at first hesitant to go?
9. How did Rees become a "new man" while on a spiritual vacation at the Llandrindod Wells Convention?
10. What did God promise about Uncle Dick's healing, and what happened?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Rees received two shocks while in America, first with his cousin Evan and later as he searched out answers on his own. Discuss the implications of Rees questioning his faith and the resulting changes in his life from the time he went to his cousin Evan to his resulting "new man" transformation by the end of the Llandrindod Wells Convention.
Essay Topic 2
Compared to Rees' previous work, how has the college become his new mission field, and what are the similarities and differences between Rees' earlier mission work and his work with the college? Be specific and site examples to support your response.
Essay Topic 3
In "Binding the Strong Man", Rees realizes the benefits of following God's perfect plan instead of his own. How does Rees come to this realization and how does this help Rees in his work for winning souls to the Lord? (Please site examples from the book to support your responses.)
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