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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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.
2. When Betty talks with Jesus in heaven, she learns that his mission had been to come into the world to:
(a) Heal others.
(b) Experience life.
(c) Tell stories.
(d) Teach love.
3. What does Betty clarify regarding the relationship between the spirit and the flesh?
(a) The spirit has tremendous influence over the flesh.
(b) The flesh overrules the spirit.
(c) The spirit and the flesh are in constant opposition.
(d) Both spirit and flesh are controlled by the mind.
4. At the hospital, what does Betty fear prior to her procedure?
(a) Having insufficient funds to cover the procedure.
(b) Dying on the operating table.
(c) Feeling pain during the procedure.
(d) Being abandoned by her husband.
5. Why does Betty need to have a partial hysterectomy?
(a) Her insurance won't cover a full hysterectomy.
(b) Seven pregnancies have taken a toll on her body.
(c) She needs to avoid future pregnancies.
(d) Doctors need to remove a large tumor.
6. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
(a) Weightless and extremely mobile.
(c) Thin and somewhat transparent.
7. After Joe and Betty marry, they move with their children to:
(a) San Antonio, Texas.
(b) Albuquerque, New Mexico.
(c) San Diego, California.
(d) Atlanta, Georgia.
8. What does Betty see running through the garden?
(a) A sprite.
(b) A rabbit.
(c) A river.
(d) A child.
9. After her parents separate when Betty is four years old, where is she sent?
(b) Boarding school.
(c) Grandmother's house.
(d) Foster home.
10. When Betty asks Jesus why there are so many religions, he replies that:
(a) People get confused and make up new ideas that become new religions.
(b) Different churches fulfill different needs people have at their respective levels of understanding.
(c) There are as many religions as there are species of plants and animals.
(d) Religion has little to do with truth and knowledge.
11. When Betty discusses sins against the flesh, such as abusing drugs, overeating, under-eating, and not getting enough exercise, she explains that they're all equal in severity because:
(a) We are purposely hurting ourselves.
(b) We should know better.
(c) We are responsible for our bodies.
(d) We are being selfish.
12. After talking at length with Jesus, Betty meets with two women. Who are these women?
(b) Close friends.
(c) Complete strangers.
13. When Betty is taken to the garden, what does she see in the distance?
(a) Rainbows and the aurora borealis.
(b) Sparkling cities.
(c) Mountains, valleys, and rivers.
(d) A multitude of people.
14. According to Betty, why are there positive and negative energies in our universe?
(a) These energies create chaos and disorder.
(b) These energies give us a chance to pick sides.
(c) Both are essential to creation and growth.
(d) These energies test us to see what we're really made of.
15. Initially, what position does Betty find herself in as she travels through the large black mass?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Betty say we need to do to attract positive energy to ourselves?
2. After attending different churches and moving back in with her father, Betty has a frightening experience where she mistakes a carnival search light for what?
3. As she arrives in the spiritual realm, who embraces her?
4. On Betty's first day at Brainard Indian Training School, what sign did she read that left a lasting impression on her?
5. Betty realizes that many of her illnesses were the result of what?
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