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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Betty says that to become perfect in spirit, we must attain harmony between the mind, body, and spirit and add what to this balance?
(a) Daily meditation.
(b) Selfless devotion and faith.
(c) Christlike love and righteousness.
(d) God-given talents.
2. When Betty is embraced as she enters the spiritual world, what does she feel?
(a) Instant forgiveness.
(b) Electric sparks.
(c) That she's not worthy of such love.
(d) That she's finally home.
3. Betty says that in the spirit world, nobody is made to feel what?
4. After her parents separate when Betty is four years old, where is she sent?
(b) Grandmother's house.
(c) Boarding school.
(d) Foster home.
5. After going to a few local churches, why do Betty, her husband, and their children stop attending?
(a) Betty started working on Sundays.
(b) All the pastors were arrogant.
(c) They joined the YMCA instead.
(d) The family does not feel satisfied in any of them.
6. Betty notes that once we've identified an illness or a problem, we must start verbalizing what?
(a) Random prayers.
(b) Its cure.
(c) Saints' names.
(d) Our regrets.
7. Who visits Betty after her procedure, even though she has no recollection of the visit?
(a) Her two oldest children.
(b) Her husband and some friends.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her sister.
8. As she focuses on the special flower in the garden, what perspective does Betty adopt?
(a) Aerial view.
(b) Microscopic vision.
(c) Time reversal.
(d) Suspended animation.
9. As Betty feels an enormous, powerful energy around her, what happens to her hospital room?
(a) It spins.
(b) It shakes.
(c) It sparkles.
(d) It dims.
10. As an example of breaking a law, Betty explains that we "sin" against the earth when we pollute and, as a result, we:
(a) Hurt ourselves by hurting the environment.
(b) Lose spiritual points.
(c) Accumulate bad karma.
(d) End up in purgatory.
11. When Betty experiences severe cramping, bleeding, and other complications during her seventh pregnancy, what do doctors advise?
(a) Go on round-the-clock bed rest.
(b) Deliver the baby early.
(c) Start hormonal therapy.
(d) Have an abortion.
12. Betty explains that when people recognize the laws and learn how to use their positive and negative forces, they have access to:
(a) Knowledge fit for a king.
(b) Power beyond comprehension.
(c) Wisdom and strength.
(d) Secrets within man's heart.
13. Betty says that Jesus' relationship to her was like what?
(a) A grandfather.
(b) An uncle.
(c) A little brother and an uncle.
(d) A father and an older brother.
14. At the hospital, what does Betty fear prior to her procedure?
(a) Having insufficient funds to cover the procedure.
(b) Feeling pain during the procedure.
(c) Being abandoned by her husband.
(d) Dying on the operating table.
15. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
(a) The garden is as beautiful as the best symphony she's heard on earth.
(b) The flowers remind her of symphony musicians.
(c) Everything in the garden creates its own music.
(d) She can direct the elements of the garden like a composer.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Betty see when she enters the looms room?
2. When Betty is taken to the garden, what does she see in the distance?
3. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
4. In the spirit world, what does Betty learn about the role of love?
5. Following her hysterectomy procedure, how does Betty feel at nine o'clock when a nurse brings her evening medication?
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