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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. What happens after Betty's spirit hears a deep rumbling, rushing sound?
(a) Her human doctor walks into the room.
(b) Her ministering angels wave and fly away.
(c) She is drawn up gently.
(d) She falls into a comfortable sleep.
2. Prior to feeling her body become still and lifeless, Betty experiences:
(a) Diminished sensation in her feet.
(b) A sinking sensation and a soft buzzing sound.
(c) Dizziness and abdominal pain.
(d) A rapid heartbeat.
3. Although Betty often approached God in prayer for answers when she was an adolescent, she felt that:
(a) Her prayers were insignificant.
(b) God did not care about her.
(c) Her prayers were insincere.
(d) God did not hear her.
4. What does Betty become aware of within the black mass she travels through?
(a) Pulsating colors and sounds.
(b) Other people as well as animals.
(c) Shooting comets.
(d) Angels guiding the way.
5. After feeling her body become still and lifeless, what does Betty experience?
(c) Energy surge.
Short Answer Questions
1. Following her hysterectomy procedure, how does Betty feel at nine o'clock when a nurse brings her evening medication?
2. On Betty's first day at Brainard Indian Training School, what sign did she read that left a lasting impression on her?
3. As she travels through the whirling black mass, Betty picks up speed to the point where she feels she's:
4. As she focuses on the special flower in the garden, what perspective does Betty adopt?
5. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do some of the events of Betty's childhood foreshadow what she is about to cover later in the book?
2. Why does Betty need to have a partial hysterectomy?
3. When she returns to the hospital room after checking up on her family, what massive force does Betty feel tugging at her?
4. Contrast what Betty learns about God first at the Catholic boarding school and later at Brainard Indian Training School.
5. How does Betty's uneasiness at the hospital foreshadow what is to come?
6. How has Betty's perspective changed in this chapter?
7. Explain what Betty means in her discussion of sins against the flesh.
8. Explain the "natural consequence" nature of the laws Jesus shares with Betty.
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. What does Betty say is the glue that holds together her marriage to Joe?
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