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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 "Intercession for Dunkirk", small boats traveled safely due to what type of waters?
2. When Rees gave an accounting of the college after it opened and had recovered from some problems, Rees cited the college's prosperity and what else?
3. In "Revivals in Africa", God used the country's crisis to bring about more ____ as people witnessed the power of the "white man's God."
4. In "Buying the First Estate in Wales", Rees and his wife went to his favorite childhood play spot and current prayer spot to pray and dedicate their lives to the bible college. Where was this spot?
5. In "Standing in the Queue", what did the man who got out of the ticket line hand to Rees?
Short Essay Questions
1. Besides the reassurance from God about the Every Creature commission, what happened in 1950 to change the face of the college, yet continue Rees' mission?
2. What was the name of the second property, and how did Rees and his wife acquire this property?
3. In regards to housing Jewish children forced out of Poland, how was Rees called to step out on faith once again, and how did Rees respond?
4. What was different about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
5. 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?
6. 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?
7. In regards to a third estate, why did God tell Rees to be patient?
8. What is the power of prayer, and what result does it bring in regards to Rees' intercession for King Edward VIII?
9. In 1950, why was Rees concerned about the fulfillment of the Every Creature commission, and how did God reassure Rees about this?
10. What happened after six years of prayer on behalf of Russia, North Africa, and Italy that indicated a bigger picture for the purpose of the intercessions?
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 "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
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.
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