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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Guyon makes the point that a Christian must also be willing to love when?
(a) When one does not feel like loving.
(b) Through hardships.
(c) When times are good.
(d) When others suffer.
2. What does Guyon repeatedly say about one's mind?
(a) To make sure it is not judgmental.
(b) To make sure it does not wander.
(c) To make sure it is calm.
(d) To make sure it is strong for the Lord.
3. How does Guyon use food to explain the next step?
(a) Food is not as important as feeding the soul.
(b) Food is of no use to the body unless swallowed.
(c) Too much prayer, like too much food, can be bad.
(d) Food can be both good and bad for you, like ways to approach the Lord.
4. Jeanne Guyon begins by saying that some people believe they can never be truly close to Jesus Christ. Does she agree?
(b) In certain circumstances.
5. Guyon says that once you have come to a point of a regular prayer life, it's time to do what?
(a) Set off on a new path.
(b) Turn back.
(c) Stay the course.
(d) Take a break.
6. She says that only who is of any value?
(a) Those who try to give of themselves.
(b) Those who do God's work.
(c) Those who have gifts.
(d) Those who are able and willing to give themselves over fully forever.
7. She says that anyone who follows this path of prayer and abandonment can achieve what?
(a) A close relationship with the Lord.
8. The moment you feel God's presence lessening, what should you do?
(a) You must call a priest.
(b) You must call to Him or offer words of love or joy.
(c) You must sit still.
(d) You must go to church.
9. Guyon warns against blaming who for specific circumstances?
10. The most important aspect of this prayer life, according to Guyon, is what?
(a) To say the same prayer in a repetitive manner.
(b) To pray all the time.
(c) To be deeply committed to your prayers at all times.
(d) To remain with the Lord and to do so with a believing heart.
11. What prayer does Guyon recommend?
(a) The Apostles' Creed.
(b) The Order of Confession.
(c) The Lord's Prayer.
(d) The Nicene Creed.
12. Guyon says that you should realize that _______________________________ are what God wants for you, and that you should realize that everything else in your life is also what God wants for you.
(a) The "glorious" prayer times.
(b) Those dry spells.
(c) Your own desires.
(d) The "glorious" prayer times and those dry spells.
13. One's relationship with God will do what?
(b) Ebb and flow.
(c) Grow stronger.
(d) Grow weaker.
14. She quotes scriptures from ____________________ indicating that God will provide for needs, and presents the idea that this includes spiritual needs.
(a) Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
(b) Psalms, Proverbs, and Ezekiel.
(c) Matthew, Psalms and Proverbs.
(d) Exodus, Genesis, and Psalms.
15. Guyon says that the Lord Jesus loved His Father on Mt. Tabor where He was transfigured, but He loved Him no less where?
(a) When He was with His disciples.
(b) When He was alone.
(c) On Calvary where He was crucified.
(d) When He was surrounded by a crowd.
Short Answer Questions
1. All things come from the Lord with the exception of what?
2. Is self-denial the answer for overcoming this aspect of ourselves that has been discussed in # 83?
3. She likens this question to what?
4. The "faithful" in this endeavor will find that God does what?
5. What will a change in attitude do to your life?
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