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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", who is described as the Great Intercessor?
2. In "Two Shocks", what question unsettled Rees about his faith in God?
3. In "A Village Untouched by the Revival", how many years did Rees visit the village to bring the Holy Spirit to the villagers?
4. In "Madeira", Rees became the intercessor for which young man diagnosed with tuberculosis?
5. In "Loving an Outcast", who did Rees assist financially, who later accepted the gift of salvation, along with his wife?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Rees' good friend and second in command come to be leader of the mission formerly headed by Rees?
2. In "Challenging Death", Rees learned that he was to provide intercessory prayer for a person facing certain death. Having the last person die after his intercessory prayers, Rees struggled to complete his new challenge. Briefly discuss how "understanding God's will" helped Rees with this challenge.
3. What people influenced Howells' life in the early years?
4. Why did one of Ree's uncles and his uncle's wife take Samuel?
5. How did the Lord help Rees master the skill of abiding?
6. How did the Lord change the way Rees was to abide in the Vow of the Nazarene?
7. 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.
8. How can prayers be a sign of doubt?
9. What happened to Rees upon his return home during the Welsh Revival?
10. Why was Rees "hatless" and why did he struggle with being "hatless"?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In "A Father to Orphans" and "Lord Radstock", God uses death to bring about change in both Rees' and Lord Radstock's lives. Compare and contrast how this change comes about in both lives in relation to Rees as an intercessor.
Essay Topic 2
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.)
Essay Topic 3
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.
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