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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. How long does it take Betty to finally agree to share her otherworldly experiences in a book?
(a) Thirty-six years.
(b) Seven years.
(c) Two years.
(d) Nineteen years.
2. With the "ripple effect," any act of cruelty or kindness does what?
(a) Is either condemned or cheered in the spirit world.
(b) Blends with other acts until they're all indistinguishable.
(c) Fades off into oblivion.
(d) Returns to the one who originally performed the act.
3. What does Betty force herself to participate in some time after returning to her body in order to enjoy life again?
(a) Community theater.
(b) Deep sea fishing.
(c) Her children's activities.
(d) Bungee jumping.
4. What do the spirits begin to do once they've gathered around Betty in the garden?
(a) Lecture her.
(d) Greet her.
5. Betty agrees to return to earth after being shown her mission, which:
(a) Was the most important mission she'd ever heard.
(b) Now serves as her day to day blueprint.
(c) Was removed from her memory before her return.
(d) She realized she could complete easily.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Betty sees spirits eagerly awaiting their turn on earth, she notes that they regard life on earth as what?
2. What does the council of men tell Betty?
3. Betty says that the only thing we can take with us from our earthly lives is:
4. Why does the surgeon cry after talking to Betty about her near-death experience?
5. How does Betty react to what the council of men tells her?
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize what Betty writes about expressing gratitude in prayer.
2. What mystery is solved in this chapter?
3. Describe how Betty feels upon returning to her body.
4. What does Betty say about being God's children?
5. After sinking further into self-pity upon returning to earth, Betty is saved by what?
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. How does Betty describe the prayers that arrive in heaven?
8. Who is the baby Betty and her husband adopt, and how is it that Betty already knows her?
9. Who joins Betty in the garden?
10. How does Betty react to what the council of men has to say to her?
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