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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the hospital, Betty asks for a room with a window because ever since she was a child, she's had:
(a) A fear of the dark.
(b) Panic attacks.
(d) An obsession with the outdoors.
2. In the garden, Betty realizes that everything has its own life, purpose, and:
(a) Radiation level.
(d) Story to tell.
3. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
(a) Everything in the garden creates its own music.
(b) The garden is as beautiful as the best symphony she's heard on earth.
(c) The flowers remind her of symphony musicians.
(d) She can direct the elements of the garden like a composer.
4. What happens after Betty's spirit hears a deep rumbling, rushing sound?
(a) Her ministering angels wave and fly away.
(b) She is drawn up gently.
(c) She falls into a comfortable sleep.
(d) Her human doctor walks into the room.
5. As she travels through the whirling black mass, Betty picks up speed to the point where she feels she's:
(a) About to reach the end of the universe.
(b) Traveling faster than light speed.
(c) Going to disintegrate.
(d) Entering a black hole.
6. What does Betty say are the two major energy forces in the universe?
(a) Positive and negative energy.
(b) Electromagnetism and nuclear energy.
(c) Energy that attracts and energy that repels.
(d) Kinetic and potential energy.
7. The author notices that people enjoy creating things in heaven, and she comes to understand that all things of importance are:
(a) Not allowed to leave the spiritual realm.
(b) Created by large committees.
(c) Given a stamp of approval by ministering angels.
(d) Created spiritually first, physically second.
8. In heaven, what is Betty told about her death?
(a) Her family is missing her.
(b) It's premature.
(c) Someone else was supposed to die instead.
(d) It was the doctor's fault.
9. Betty learns that since there is a cause and effect relationship to sin, we end up creating many of our own punishments how?
(a) By failing to acknowledge our errors.
(b) By wishing things were different.
(c) Through our actions.
(d) Through our stubbornness.
10. What does Betty see running through the garden?
(a) A child.
(b) A sprite.
(c) A rabbit.
(d) A river.
11. Although Betty often approached God in prayer for answers when she was an adolescent, she felt that:
(a) Her prayers were insignificant.
(b) Her prayers were insincere.
(c) God did not hear her.
(d) God did not care about her.
12. Feeling restless at the hospital as she awaits her procedure, what does Betty do?
(a) Reads a book.
(b) Calls home.
(c) Knits a sweater.
(d) Reads her husband's letter.
13. What term does Betty use to describe the library she visits in the spiritual realm?
(a) Hall of wisdom.
(b) Library in the clouds.
(c) Hall of imagination.
(d) Library of the mind.
14. What types of laws does Jesus discuss with Betty?
(a) Crime and punishment laws.
(b) Spiritual, physical, and universal laws.
(c) Emotional and mental laws.
(d) Moral and ethical laws.
15. Who visits Betty after her procedure, even though she has no recollection of the visit?
(a) Her two oldest children.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her husband and some friends.
(d) Her sister.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Betty, how can the spirit affect our own health?
2. As she reaches her destination after traveling through the swirling black mass, Betty sees:
3. At the age of 31, Betty was mother to how many children?
4. What does Betty say we need to do to attract positive energy to ourselves?
5. When Betty is taken to the garden, what does she see in the distance?
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