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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 last year of his life, Rees returned to what place with friends, where he made a speech and earlier had his first personal experience with the Holy Spirit?
2. In "The Battle in Britain", those preaching during this war time faced possible what?
3. In "Standing in the Queue", what did the man who got out of the ticket line hand to Rees?
4. Rees and his wife sought reassurance from ___, even though they knew they should buy the prime estate for a second bible college property.
5. After a time, Rees was given an opportunity to meet which Ethiopian leader?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did the "failed" Ethiopian intercession against Mussolini plant seeds, benefiting Ethiopia?
2. What is the power of prayer, and what result does it bring in regards to Rees' intercession for King Edward VIII?
3. After the war in Britain, how did war events and stories from military staff embody the spiritual fight, manifesting into their encounters on the battle field?
4. 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?
5. What role did the Glyderwen estate play in the life of Rees and his wife?
6. How did Rees refer to the United Nations, and how did the events surrounding the UN's establishment reopen the world to the gospel?
7. 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?
8. 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?
9. How were Rees and the college involved in the Ethiopian Crisis as intercessors?
10. How did God use the flu epidemic to help Rees and his wife with their mission work?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In the Foreword, we learn that there was a collaborative writing effort to produce this work. Discuss the advantages (and disadvantages, if any) of this process for the author and the reader, and how this affects the quality of the biography. Remember to provide specific examples from the work to support your responses.
Essay Topic 2
How does the Vow of the Nazarene that Rees is called to by God help him conquer worldly influences? And, how does this new behavior help Rees bring the Spirit of God into the lives of others?
Essay Topic 3
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.
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