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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 "What is an Intercessor", an intercessor gains a position of ___ through the acts of prayer.
2. In "Called Out From Wage-earning", the Lord directed Rees not to be concerned about where the money would come from until the end of the ___ when it was time to pay.
3. In "The Holy Spirit Takes Possession", Rees came away from his vacation ____.
4. In "The Holy Spirit Takes Possession", Rees returned home and began work where?
5. In "Loving an Outcast", what did Rees learn about prayer that transformed his prayer life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the Lord ask Rees to give up when He called Rees out of wage earning?
2. How did Rees care for the Tramps? (Please be specific and explain how this also affects Rees.)
3. How can prayers be a sign of doubt?
4. What does the author feel this collaborative writing of Howells' biography provides for the reader?
5. How did Rees' good friend and second in command come to be leader of the mission formerly headed by Rees?
6. What happened to Rees upon his return home during the Welsh Revival?
7. Who were two people affected by Rees' new prayer life, and how were they affected?
8. Rees prayed to end tuberculosis in a converted woman. What was the Lord's response to this prayer, and how did it affect Rees?
9. What did God promise about Uncle Dick's healing, and what happened?
10. After the tubercular woman died, what happened to facilitate the development of Rees' love for fatherless children?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.)
Essay Topic 2
In "Loving an Outcast" and "A Village Untouched by Revival", we see Rees' obedience and the power of prayer. Discuss how the author brings the significance of each of these two points to the forefront for the reader through the characters in each chapter.
Essay Topic 3
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.
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