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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 "Buying the First Estate in Wales", Rees and his wife returned to Wales after how many years in the mission field?
2. In "The Book of Common Prayer and King Edward VIII", God used Rees as a willing ___ to intercede for people at the highest levels.
3. In "Standing in the Queue", what did the man who got out of the ticket line say to Rees?
4. 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."
5. How many children arrived to live at the fourth estate?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did the "failed" Ethiopian intercession against Mussolini plant seeds, benefiting Ethiopia?
2. Countries were falling to Hitler, so where did Rees and the college fall in this picture?
3. Britain was at war, and the intercessors engaged their own battle against Britain's enemy. Who was involved in this fight?
4. How did the Every Creature commission from God reflect God's preparation of Rees to take on world wide intercession?
5. How were Rees and the college involved in the Ethiopian Crisis as intercessors?
6. What was similar about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
7. What happened after the college was re-established?
8. 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?
9. 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?
10. What was different about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Rees has what may be termed as failures and successes as an intercessor, specifically from his experiences with the tubercular woman and others facing death. Compare Rees' 'failures and successes' in intercession against death with what is really asked of an intercessor besides prayer - those other characteristics of intercession.
Essay Topic 2
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 3
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.)
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