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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As a child, why does Betty begin to fear God?
(a) The orphanage staff always said God was angry.
(b) The boarding school nuns were cruel.
(c) Her foster parents taught her to.
(d) Her grandmother was religious but scary.
2. Despite feeling blessed by her husband and their children, what does Betty say was still missing from her life?
(a) Belief in God.
(b) Trusting relationship with God.
(c) Stable home life.
(d) Satisfying career.
3. The flowers that Betty sees in the garden in the spiritual world are:
(b) Colorful and translucent.
(c) Brown and shriveled.
4. When Betty emerges the swirling tunnel and enters the heavenly realm, what does she feel?
(a) Cautious excitement.
(b) Shame and humility.
(c) Explosion of love.
(d) Peace beyond comprehension.
5. When Betty talks with Jesus in heaven, she learns that his mission had been to come into the world to:
(a) Teach love.
(b) Tell stories.
(c) Experience life.
(d) Heal others.
6. As she arrives in the spiritual realm, who embraces her?
(a) A being radiating brilliant light.
(b) A man in a brown robe.
(c) A person standing at a gate.
(d) She can't see who it is.
7. At the opening of the book, Betty Edie is in the hospital for:
(a) A surgical procedure.
(b) Flu complications.
(c) A nervous breakdown.
(d) Psychiatric care.
8. What term does Betty use to describe the library she visits in the spiritual realm?
(a) Hall of wisdom.
(b) Hall of imagination.
(c) Library of the mind.
(d) Library in the clouds.
9. Initially, what position does Betty find herself in as she travels through the large black mass?
10. What is the outcome of Betty's difficult seventh pregnancy?
(a) She has a miscarriage months before the due date.
(b) Her son is born normal, but she experiences health issues.
(c) Her son is born with mild deformities.
(d) Her child is stillborn and her health goes into decline.
11. According to Betty, how can the spirit affect our own health?
(a) Through meditation and other stress relief activities.
(b) By giving the body strength to ward off illness.
(c) By removing impurities from our circulatory system.
(d) By shielding us from gamma rays.
12. On Betty's first day at Brainard Indian Training School, what sign did she read that left a lasting impression on her?
(a) Where there is no vision the people perish.
(b) Look to the heavens for answers.
(c) With compassion all is possible.
(d) No dreams, no hope.
13. At the age of 31, Betty was mother to how many children?
14. How long did Betty's first marriage last?
(a) Nine years.
(b) Three months.
(c) Two years.
(d) Six years.
15. Although Betty often approached God in prayer for answers when she was an adolescent, she felt that:
(a) God did not hear her.
(b) God did not care about her.
(c) Her prayers were insignificant.
(d) Her prayers were insincere.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Betty need to have a partial hysterectomy?
2. At the same time that her voyage through the black mass picks up speed, Betty feels greater:
3. When Betty asks Jesus why there are so many religions, he replies that:
4. What happens when, as Betty communicates with her ministering angels, she suddenly thinks about her husband and their children?
5. As she travels through the whirling black mass, Betty picks up speed to the point where she feels she's:
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