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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 Every Creature Commission", we learned that the needs of the ___ are greater than the needs of those Rees had previously provided for.
2. In "Revivals in Africa", those reluctant to convert did so because they wanted to continue to enjoy their ____ through un-saved customs.
3. In "Fourth Estate and the Jews", the children were forced out of what country?
4. In "Intercession in Dunkirk", Dunkirk, despite intercession, was called to do what?
5. In what year was the first Every Creature conference held?
Short Essay Questions
1. What role did the Glyderwen estate play in the life of Rees and his wife?
2. Originally intended to house the Jewish children from Poland, how did the fourth estate answer another prayer in regards to the young men of the college?
3. Although successful in the beginning, what happened later at the Bible College?
4. What is the power of prayer, and what result does it bring in regards to Rees' intercession for King Edward VIII?
5. Britain was at war, and the intercessors engaged their own battle against Britain's enemy. Who was involved in this fight?
6. Dunkirk was being evacuated because of Hitler's advancing forces, so what evidence was there that the efforts of Rees and the college were successful?
7. What was different about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
8. What happened after the college was re-established?
9. After six years in Africa, Rees and his wife returned and heard a prayer for Bible college. What did this have to do with them?
10. Why were Rees and his wife prompted by God to buy a second property, and what was their response?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
There is an overall theme of God as the provider in this biography. Discuss this theme as either a unifying or divisive presence in the biographer's portrayal of Rees' life as an intercessor.
Essay Topic 2
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 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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