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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. Feeling restless at the hospital as she awaits her procedure, what does Betty do?
(a) Reads a book.
(b) Calls home.
(c) Reads her husband's letter.
(d) Knits a sweater.
2. 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.
3. Betty says that in the spirit world, nobody is made to feel what?
4. Betty states that our cells were programmed to regenerate indefinitely, but death of the body became a part of the mortal world where?
(a) Ancient Egypt.
(c) Center of the universe.
(d) Garden of Eden.
5. Betty explains that by living true to the laws that govern us, as explained to her by Jesus, we will be blessed even further and receive what?
(a) Extra points in heaven.
(b) Greater knowledge.
(c) Wealth beyond measure.
(d) Much praise.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Betty, how can the spirit affect our own health?
2. On the morning of Betty's hysterectomy, what does she experience after hearing the doctor ask, "Is she ready?"
3. Betty explains that when people recognize the laws and learn how to use their positive and negative forces, they have access to:
4. As a child, why does Betty begin to fear God?
5. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Betty say about Jesus' sense of humor?
2. Contrast what Betty learns about God first at the Catholic boarding school and later at Brainard Indian Training School.
3. Describe Betty's childhood near-death experience.
4. How does Betty's uneasiness at the hospital foreshadow what is to come?
5. Describe who Betty sees as she travels through this massive tunnel.
6. Describe what Betty experiences as she feels the life force leaving her body.
7. Betty states she understands that love is supreme. Explain what she says about the natural order of love.
8. Describe Betty's otherworldly experience of immersing herself in a rose.
9. Before this particular hospital stay where she is scheduled for a partial hysterectomy, Betty was admitted to the hospital for another reason. What was that reason?
10. As a child, how does Betty learn to fear God?
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