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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. Betty says that wherever she traveled in the spiritual world, she always felt what?
(a) The pull of her family bringing her back.
(b) Like a stranger in a strange land.
(c) The protection of benevolent spirits.
(d) Comforting presence of God's love.
2. Where in the spiritual realm does Betty meet with the council of men?
(a) Room of a large building.
(b) Alongside a meandering creek.
(c) Small amphitheater in the garden.
(d) Top of a sleek tower.
3. What do the spirits begin to do once they've gathered around Betty in the garden?
(a) Greet her.
(c) Lecture her.
4. When Betty meets with the surgeon who had performed her partial hysterectomy, she learns that:
(a) She had died.
(b) He also saw her spirit guides.
(c) She was incoherent after the surgery.
(d) There were no complications.
5. In the last chapter of the book, who does Betty miss terribly and pray for often?
(a) Her oldest son.
(b) Her mother.
(c) A baby.
(d) A sister.
Short Answer Questions
1. With the "ripple effect," any act of cruelty or kindness does what?
2. With her difficult adjustment back into her body, how does Betty feel after her return to earth?
3. Who appears next to Betty right before her life review?
4. Betty states that even though there are those who are different from us, we must be willing to:
5. Betty says that the only thing we can take with us from our earthly lives is:
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Betty use symbolism in this chapter?
2. Describe what Betty writes about the spirits waiting to come to earth.
3. What happens after Betty makes her decision before the council of men?
4. What does Betty say about other worlds?
5. What mystery is solved in this chapter?
6. How does Betty react to what the council of men has to say to her?
7. Through the love she experiences as she bids farewell to the heavenly realm, what does Betty conclude regarding the significance of each soul?
8. What does Betty conclude at the end of the book?
9. How does Betty describe the prayers that arrive in heaven?
10. How does Betty compare her death to a graduation?
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