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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Betty realize about her adoptive child by the time the little girl is two-and-a-half years old?
(a) Betty has seen her before in spirit.
(b) Saving the child is Betty's mission.
(c) The child is a musical prodigy.
(d) The girl is the incarnation of one of her monk friends.
2. How is Betty protected against the frightening entities she sees after returning to her body?
(a) Twelve angels chase the entities away.
(b) By an invisible wall of electricity.
(c) By a huge dome of light.
(d) Arrows of light pierce the entities.
3. Where in the spiritual realm does Betty meet with the council of men?
(a) Small amphitheater in the garden.
(b) Alongside a meandering creek.
(c) Top of a sleek tower.
(d) Room of a large building.
4. How does the drunken man help the attorney?
(a) Showing the attorney he should never drink.
(b) By serving as his client.
(c) By hardening the attorney's heart.
(d) As a teacher of compassion.
5. Betty agrees to return to earth after being shown her mission, which:
(a) She realized she could complete easily.
(b) Was removed from her memory before her return.
(c) Now serves as her day to day blueprint.
(d) Was the most important mission she'd ever heard.
6. Once we release our sincere prayers, what are we to do?
(a) Repeat them over and over again.
(b) Say them again loudly.
(c) Go to a church and pray.
(d) Let go and trust God.
7. At the beginning of the book's last chapter, who comes into Betty's home?
(a) A foster child.
(b) An NDE researcher.
(c) An estranged sister.
(d) A long-lost aunt.
8. In conclusion, what does Betty say we are here on earth to do?
(a) Live it up.
(b) Love one another.
(c) Ponder our existence.
(d) Work very hard.
9. What happens once Betty makes the decision to return to earth?
(a) The council applauds her.
(b) Her grandmother hugs her.
(c) Angels surround her.
(d) She begins to weep with regret.
10. Betty states that even though there are those who are different from us, we must be willing to:
(a) Fight when action is called for.
(b) Accept all others.
(c) Uphold our religious viewpoints.
(d) Show them how wrong they are.
11. In the last chapter of the book, who does Betty miss terribly and pray for often?
(a) A baby.
(b) Her oldest son.
(c) Her mother.
(d) A sister.
12. What do those gathered at Betty's farewell from the spirit world begin to do?
(a) Recite a memorized poem.
(b) Bring her gifts.
(c) Dance with her.
(d) Sing spontaneously.
13. The author states that we should ask in humility and receive in:
14. Betty says that regardless of whether someone is great or small, talented or handicapped, sinner or saint, in the spirit world:
(a) All have sinned.
(b) Nobody cares.
(c) Nobody is good enough.
(d) All are equal and precious.
15. Initially, Betty think the spirits who've gathered in the garden have come:
(a) To review her life.
(b) For a church ceremony.
(c) For a graduation party.
(d) To protect her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Betty force herself to participate in some time after returning to her body in order to enjoy life again?
2. Why do some spirits choose not to come to earth?
3. How does Betty react to what the council of men tells her?
4. Can our prayers help our friends and family members?
5. Why does the surgeon cry after talking to Betty about her near-death experience?
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