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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 is too weak to move.
(b) She's strapped to IVs and can't reach.
(c) The cord is broken.
(d) The room is too dark to see the cord.
2. What part of a person communicates with God, receiving knowledge and insight from him?
3. According to Betty, how can the spirit affect our own health?
(a) By giving the body strength to ward off illness.
(b) By removing impurities from our circulatory system.
(c) Through meditation and other stress relief activities.
(d) By shielding us from gamma rays.
4. Why does Betty need to have a partial hysterectomy?
(a) Her insurance won't cover a full hysterectomy.
(b) Doctors need to remove a large tumor.
(c) Seven pregnancies have taken a toll on her body.
(d) She needs to avoid future pregnancies.
5. Early in her second marriage, Betty wants to attend church to do what?
(a) Teach Sunday school and serve the homeless.
(b) Satisfy her parents' wishes.
(c) Meet people and socialize.
(d) Bring stronger sense of religious beliefs to her family.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Betty say about fear within the swirling black mass?
2. What happens when, as Betty communicates with her ministering angels, she suddenly thinks about her husband and their children?
3. What does Betty say regarding reaching out and tending to the needs of others?
4. What happens after Betty's spirit hears a deep rumbling, rushing sound?
5. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
Short Essay Questions
1. After seeing Jesus face to face, how does Betty's perspective of him change?
2. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
3. How has Betty's perspective changed in this chapter?
4. What does the experience of being a rose teach Betty?
5. What are Betty's first impressions upon being released from her body?
6. How do some of the events of Betty's childhood foreshadow what she is about to cover later in the book?
7. What does Betty say happens when our thoughts draw upon negative energies at length?
8. Describe the three beings who appear at Betty's side as she hovers in the hospital room.
9. Describe Betty's childhood near-death experience.
10. Compare and contrast Betty's first and second marriages.
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