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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Betty travel to other worlds, galaxies, and realms?
(a) Via a large, comfortable spaceship.
(b) Floating at incredible speeds through space.
(c) Travelling through another tunnel.
(d) Teleporting instantaneously.
2. The author states that we should ask in humility and receive in:
3. When the spirits in heaven show Betty a drunken man on earth, what does she first see in this person?
(a) A remarkable soul and an enlightened spirit.
(b) A drunken bum lying in his wallow.
(c) A man beat up by the cruelty on earth.
(d) The face of Jesus in the man.
4. Shortly after Betty returns to her body, she finds comfort from the spiritual world through:
(a) Seven angels.
(c) Her grandmother.
(d) Her monk friends.
5. What does Betty say about a mother's prayers for her children?
(a) These please God the most.
(b) They are always tended to by spirits who used to be mothers.
(c) Sometimes they're a little selfish.
(d) These are the greatest prayers.
6. As Betty watches the people of earth going about their daily lives, what does she see above them?
(b) Clouds of confusion.
7. As Betty finds herself at the center of much adoration, she realizes that every soul is:
(b) A tiny pebble in a large sea.
(c) Able to sing.
(d) Of infinite worth.
8. Betty says that wherever she traveled in the spiritual world, she always felt what?
(a) Like a stranger in a strange land.
(b) The pull of her family bringing her back.
(c) Comforting presence of God's love.
(d) The protection of benevolent spirits.
9. Betty states that even though there are those who are different from us, we must be willing to:
(a) Uphold our religious viewpoints.
(b) Fight when action is called for.
(c) Show them how wrong they are.
(d) Accept all others.
10. What does Betty force herself to participate in some time after returning to her body in order to enjoy life again?
(a) Community theater.
(b) Deep sea fishing.
(c) Her children's activities.
(d) Bungee jumping.
11. In the garden, Betty recognizes the spirits as what?
(c) Security guards.
(d) Grandparents, aunts, and uncles.
12. With the "ripple effect," any act of cruelty or kindness does what?
(a) Blends with other acts until they're all indistinguishable.
(b) Fades off into oblivion.
(c) Is either condemned or cheered in the spirit world.
(d) Returns to the one who originally performed the act.
13. At the beginning of the book's last chapter, who comes into Betty's home?
(a) An NDE researcher.
(b) An estranged sister.
(c) A foster child.
(d) A long-lost aunt.
14. What do the spirits begin to do once they've gathered around Betty in the garden?
(a) Lecture her.
(d) Greet her.
15. What does Betty experience after her spirit slips back into her body?
(a) Bliss and joy.
(b) Pain, sickness, and electric shocks.
(c) Calm, strength, and tremendous energy.
(d) Disorientation and vertigo.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do some spirits choose not to come to earth?
2. In the last chapter of the book, who does Betty miss terribly and pray for often?
3. In many instances, our earth family members and friends are:
4. Betty states that even though she and Joe help their adult children through painful moments, they can never:
5. How is Betty protected against the frightening entities she sees after returning to her body?
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