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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. Guyon concludes by reminding the reader what about the Lord?
(a) The Lord is good.
(b) The Lord is patient.
(c) The Lord is loving.
(d) The Lord accepted the cross.
2. How is the prayer life Guyon describes simple to attain?
(a) If one has seen God.
(b) If one knows the way.
(c) If one is a Christian.
(d) If one is quiet.
3. Guyon says the way to "conquer" this aspect of ourselves is to do what?
(a) Turn completely inward toward the Lord.
(b) Do good works.
(c) Attend mass.
(d) Ignore them.
4. The most important aspect of this prayer life, according to Guyon, is what?
(a) To be deeply committed to your prayers at all times.
(b) To say the same prayer in a repetitive manner.
(c) To remain with the Lord and to do so with a believing heart.
(d) To pray all the time.
5. You can never fully overcome what?
(a) Your fears.
(b) Your senses.
(c) Your needs.
(d) Your choices.
Short Answer Questions
1. She says that anyone who follows this path of prayer and abandonment can achieve what?
2. What do others call a "prayer of simplicity?"
3. What does Guyon say that many people want to overcome?
4. Is it a waste of time to try to figure out what God might do or what He is like?
5. When reading Scripture, how should one read?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Guyon warn about overcoming selfish desires?
2. Those who follow her suggestions for overcoming selfish desires and the sense will accomplish what?
3. What dose Guyon say Gods wants for His people?
4. What does Guyon warn about one's imagination?
5. What does Guyon say about what God will do for those with longings?
6. What does Guyon say about a "second level of prayers?"
7. How does one begin to abandon his or her life?
8. How does Guyon quote St. Augustine?
9. What warning does Guyon give regarding those who give themselves during a good time?
10. What is one way a beginner could come to Christ?
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