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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 after we live our lives here on earth and are reunited in heaven:
(a) We're ready to come right back to earth.
(b) Pain is washed away.
(c) Everyone has to be debriefed.
(d) We forget almost everything.
2. When Betty sees spirits eagerly awaiting their turn on earth, she notes that they regard life on earth as what?
(d) A thrill ride.
3. As Betty finds herself at the center of much adoration, she realizes that every soul is:
(a) Able to sing.
(b) A tiny pebble in a large sea.
(c) Of infinite worth.
4. What impresses Betty most about spirits in their pre-mortal existence?
(a) Their wit and bravado.
(b) How timid they are.
(c) Their beauty and glory.
(d) How transparent they are.
5. At the beginning of the book's last chapter, who comes into Betty's home?
(a) A long-lost aunt.
(b) An NDE researcher.
(c) An estranged sister.
(d) A foster child.
Short Answer Questions
1. What entities frighten Betty after she returns to her body?
2. Betty says that wherever she traveled in the spiritual world, she always felt what?
3. Betty learns that as spirits preparing to come to earth, we choose many of our weaknesses and challenges in order to what?
4. How can the angels tell which of our prayers are more urgent?
5. Betty states that even though she and Joe help their adult children through painful moments, they can never:
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the baby Betty and her husband adopt, and how is it that Betty already knows her?
2. How does Betty react to what the council of men has to say to her?
3. Summarize what Betty writes about expressing gratitude in prayer.
4. What does Betty say about being God's children?
5. What mystery is solved in this chapter?
6. Describe why a particular drunken man shown to Betty is regarded highly in the spirit world.
7. What does Betty say about other worlds?
8. Why does Betty meet with a council of twelve men?
9. Summarize what Betty says about what we can take with us from this life to the spirit world.
10. How does Betty compare her death to a graduation?
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