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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. As Betty watches the people of earth going about their daily lives, what does she see above them?
(d) Clouds of confusion.
2. How much time elapses before Betty decides to return to the hospital and meet with the surgeon who had done her procedure?
(a) One year.
(b) Five years.
(c) Three months.
(d) Twenty years.
3. How can the angels tell which of our prayers are more urgent?
(a) They are brighter.
(b) They are louder.
(c) They flap more intensely.
(d) They're lifted up by red balloons.
4. What does Betty experience after her spirit slips back into her body?
(a) Disorientation and vertigo.
(b) Bliss and joy.
(c) Calm, strength, and tremendous energy.
(d) Pain, sickness, and electric shocks.
5. When Betty sees spirits eagerly awaiting their turn on earth, she notes that they regard life on earth as what?
(d) A thrill ride.
Short Answer Questions
1. After the spirits show Betty who the drunken man really is, what does Betty see?
2. How does the drunken man help the attorney?
3. With her difficult adjustment back into her body, how does Betty feel after her return to earth?
4. In the garden, Betty recognizes the spirits as what?
5. Betty sees prayers coming from earth as what?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Betty describe the prayers that arrive in heaven?
2. After sinking further into self-pity upon returning to earth, Betty is saved by what?
3. How does Betty use symbolism in this chapter?
4. Describe what Betty writes about the spirits waiting to come to earth.
5. Why does Betty meet with a council of twelve men?
6. Through the love she experiences as she bids farewell to the heavenly realm, what does Betty conclude regarding the significance of each soul?
7. What is the purpose of the lessons we learn during our time on earth?
8. Summarize what Betty says about what we can take with us from this life to the spirit world.
9. What does Betty say about other worlds?
10. What happens after Betty makes her decision before the council of men?
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