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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The flowers that Betty sees in the garden in the spiritual world are:
(a) Colorful and translucent.
(d) Brown and shriveled.
2. What is the outcome of Betty's difficult seventh pregnancy?
(a) Her son is born normal, but she experiences health issues.
(b) Her son is born with mild deformities.
(c) Her child is stillborn and her health goes into decline.
(d) She has a miscarriage months before the due date.
3. On the evening following her surgery, who does Betty call when she's feeling out of sorts?
(a) Her husband.
(b) The nurse.
(c) A doctor.
(d) Her sister.
4. 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's strapped to IVs and can't reach.
(b) The cord is broken.
(c) The room is too dark to see the cord.
(d) She is too weak to move.
5. In her spirit form, what does Betty feel towards her physical body?
6. What does Betty say about her husband and their children?
(a) To her, family is life itself and her greatest refuge.
(b) They don't understand her.
(c) She wishes they'd all get along better.
(d) She thinks they need to become more independent.
7. How does Betty describe her semi-private hospital room in which she recovers after surgery?
(a) Drab and ugly.
(b) Loud but cheerful.
(c) Cold and drafty.
(d) Small but adequate.
8. What is the special flower in the garden doing when Betty first notices it?
(a) Floating down the river.
(b) Changing colors across the spectrum.
(c) Speaking to her.
(d) Swaying to music and singing praises.
9. Early in her second marriage, Betty wants to attend church to do what?
(a) Teach Sunday school and serve the homeless.
(b) Bring stronger sense of religious beliefs to her family.
(c) Meet people and socialize.
(d) Satisfy her parents' wishes.
10. After feeling her spirit drawn out through her chest and pulled upwards, Betty experiences:
(a) A life review.
11. Following her hysterectomy procedure, how does Betty feel at nine o'clock when a nurse brings her evening medication?
(a) Fine except for a little pain from the surgery.
(b) Uncomfortably hot and feverish.
(c) Ready to go home.
(d) Confused and disoriented.
12. At the hospital, Betty asks for a room with a window because ever since she was a child, she's had:
(b) An obsession with the outdoors.
(c) Panic attacks.
(d) A fear of the dark.
13. As a child, why does Betty begin to fear God?
(a) The boarding school nuns were cruel.
(b) Her grandmother was religious but scary.
(c) The orphanage staff always said God was angry.
(d) Her foster parents taught her to.
14. How old was Betty when she fell in love with the boy next door and married him?
15. As she approaches the end of the tunnel, what position does Betty change into?
Short Answer Questions
1. After feeling her body become still and lifeless, what does Betty experience?
2. How does Betty "experience" the unique flower in the garden?
3. When Betty's spirit looks upon her own body, she at once knows that:
4. Why doesn't healing sometimes come right away, or come at all?
5. This book is about a:
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