Mid-Book Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As Betty moves forward through the black mass, what happens to the whirling sound?
(a) It grows faint.
(b) It changes in frequency.
(c) It's replaced by harp music.
(d) It increases in volume.
2. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
(b) Thin and somewhat transparent.
(d) Weightless and extremely mobile.
3. Betty says that we are at our most self-centered when we are:
(d) Praying for ourselves.
4. When Betty asks Jesus why there are so many religions, he replies that:
(a) There are as many religions as there are species of plants and animals.
(b) People get confused and make up new ideas that become new religions.
(c) Religion has little to do with truth and knowledge.
(d) Different churches fulfill different needs people have at their respective levels of understanding.
5. Who visits Betty after her procedure, even though she has no recollection of the visit?
(a) Her husband and some friends.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her two oldest children.
(d) Her sister.
6. When does Betty find herself at the hospital as her narration begins?
(a) May 3, 1997.
(b) November 18, 1973.
(c) January 1, 2001.
(d) October 15, 1959.
7. When Betty is embraced as she enters the spiritual world, what does she feel?
(a) That she's finally home.
(b) Electric sparks.
(c) Instant forgiveness.
(d) That she's not worthy of such love.
8. After waking up with a feeling of impending danger following her surgery, Betty tries reaching for the cord that calls the nurse but finds that:
(a) She is too weak to move.
(b) She's strapped to IVs and can't reach.
(c) The cord is broken.
(d) The room is too dark to see the cord.
9. What does Betty say about the water she sees cascading down a waterfall?
(a) It creates dew for the flowers.
(b) It's actually air.
(c) It leaps and dances.
(d) It's pure and dazzling.
10. Why does Betty need to have a partial hysterectomy?
(a) Seven pregnancies have taken a toll on her body.
(b) She needs to avoid future pregnancies.
(c) Doctors need to remove a large tumor.
(d) Her insurance won't cover a full hysterectomy.
11. As a child, why does Betty begin to fear God?
(a) Her foster parents taught her to.
(b) The boarding school nuns were cruel.
(c) Her grandmother was religious but scary.
(d) The orphanage staff always said God was angry.
12. How does Betty receive knowledge while standing in the library in the spiritual realm?
(a) She watches a large picture screen.
(b) It is brought to her by robed attendants.
(c) She hears it over a loudspeaker.
(d) She absorbs the knowledge automatically.
13. After feeling her body become still and lifeless, what does Betty experience?
(c) Energy surge.
14. When Betty is taken to the garden, what does she see in the distance?
(a) Rainbows and the aurora borealis.
(b) A multitude of people.
(c) Sparkling cities.
(d) Mountains, valleys, and rivers.
15. What is the special flower in the garden doing when Betty first notices it?
(a) Changing colors across the spectrum.
(b) Speaking to her.
(c) Swaying to music and singing praises.
(d) Floating down the river.
Short Answer Questions
1. Feeling restless at the hospital as she awaits her procedure, what does Betty do?
2. What is the outcome of Betty's difficult seventh pregnancy?
3. What process does Betty feel taking place within the whirling, moving mass?
4. What does Betty see running through the garden?
5. What predominant feeling does Betty experience in the garden?
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