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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 "The Holy Spirit Takes Possession", Rees returned home and began work where?
2. In what year did Rees return home and encounter Welsh revival, as indicated in "Welsh Revival"?
3. In "What is an Intercessor", how many main characteristics of intercession NOT seen in prayer are identified and explained?
4. In "A Father to Orphans", whose children did Rees prepare to care for?
5. "In Loving an Outcast", Rees shared his testimony with what family member, who after three weeks was converted?
Short Essay Questions
1. What were the two shocks experienced by Rees in "Two Shocks"?
2. God led Rees to a village where no one was saved. What happened when Rees followed the Lord's instructions about this village?
3. What did the Lord ask Rees to give up when He called Rees out of wage earning?
4. What does the author feel this collaborative writing of Howells' biography provides for the reader?
5. What people influenced Howells' life in the early years?
6. In London, how did Rees' friend respond to Rees' hatless state?
7. How can prayers be a sign of doubt?
8. How did Rees become a "new man" while on a spiritual vacation at the Llandrindod Wells Convention?
9. Why did one of Ree's uncles and his uncle's wife take Samuel?
10. According to the descriptions in "What is an Intercessor," what is really asked of an intercessor that is not seen in prayer? Briefly explain your response based on information provided in the chapter.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
As a whole, how does this re-creation of Rees' life affect people's lives today, in relation to Rees' life as a person who significantly impacted the world?
Essay Topic 2
In "A Branch in the Vine" and "The Tubercular Woman", Rees is with two major requests from the Lord - one calling him to relinquish control over all his money, and the other asking if he is willing to die in place of a sick convert. Using specific examples from each chapter, discuss common themes presented in these pages and compare and contrast how these themes are handled in each chapter.
Essay Topic 3
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.
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