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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Betty need to have a partial hysterectomy?
(a) Her insurance won't cover a full hysterectomy.
(b) She needs to avoid future pregnancies.
(c) Seven pregnancies have taken a toll on her body.
(d) Doctors need to remove a large tumor.
2. Betty says that we are at our most self-centered when we are:
(d) Praying for ourselves.
3. As she reaches her destination after traveling through the swirling black mass, Betty sees:
(a) The figure of a man, with light radiating all around.
(b) Three beings waving at her.
(c) A brilliant crystal city bathed in light.
(d) A multi-colored garden with effervescent waterfalls.
4. After Joe and Betty marry, they move with their children to:
(a) Atlanta, Georgia.
(b) San Antonio, Texas.
(c) San Diego, California.
(d) Albuquerque, New Mexico.
5. What process does Betty feel taking place within the whirling, moving mass?
(b) Remembering past good deeds.
(c) Forgetting her past.
6. The author notices that people enjoy creating things in heaven, and she comes to understand that all things of importance are:
(a) Created spiritually first, physically second.
(b) Not allowed to leave the spiritual realm.
(c) Created by large committees.
(d) Given a stamp of approval by ministering angels.
7. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
(a) The flowers remind her of symphony musicians.
(b) The garden is as beautiful as the best symphony she's heard on earth.
(c) She can direct the elements of the garden like a composer.
(d) Everything in the garden creates its own music.
8. When she was deathly sick with whooping cough and double pneumonia as a child, Betty had an otherworldly experience of finding herself cradled in the arms of:
(a) Two radiant fairies.
(b) A man with a beautiful white beard.
(c) Three golden angels.
(d) A woman with a sparkling blue dress.
9. Why were the laws that Jesus discusses with Betty created?
(a) To separate good and bad people.
(b) To punish wrongdoers.
(c) To fulfill a purpose.
(d) To keep everyone in check.
10. What happens when, as Betty communicates with her ministering angels, she suddenly thinks about her husband and their children?
(a) Her angels whisk her away.
(b) Her angels try to distract her.
(c) She tries to get back into her body.
(d) Her spirit rushes home to see them.
11. What does Betty say are the two major energy forces in the universe?
(a) Positive and negative energy.
(b) Kinetic and potential energy.
(c) Electromagnetism and nuclear energy.
(d) Energy that attracts and energy that repels.
12. What does Betty see when she enters the looms room?
(a) Rolls of cloth piled in a corner.
(b) People working on ancient-looking looms.
(c) Automatic, unattended looms, as in a factory.
(d) Exotic rugs hanging from the ceiling.
13. Feeling restless at the hospital as she awaits her procedure, what does Betty do?
(a) Knits a sweater.
(b) Calls home.
(c) Reads her husband's letter.
(d) Reads a book.
14. When Betty experiences severe cramping, bleeding, and other complications during her seventh pregnancy, what do doctors advise?
(a) Have an abortion.
(b) Deliver the baby early.
(c) Start hormonal therapy.
(d) Go on round-the-clock bed rest.
15. At the opening of the book, Betty Edie is in the hospital for:
(a) Flu complications.
(b) Psychiatric care.
(c) A nervous breakdown.
(d) A surgical procedure.
Short Answer Questions
1. As she arrives in the spiritual realm, who embraces her?
2. Following her hysterectomy procedure, how does Betty feel at nine o'clock when a nurse brings her evening medication?
3. The flowers that Betty sees in the garden in the spiritual world are:
4. What does Betty clarify regarding the relationship between the spirit and the flesh?
5. After feeling her spirit drawn out through her chest and pulled upwards, Betty experiences:
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