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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. Once the Presence is fully before you again, you must do what?
(a) Call to Him.
(b) Call a priest.
(c) Go to mass.
(d) Be quiet and listen.
2. Guyon says that once you have come to a point of a regular prayer life, it's time to do what?
(a) Turn back.
(b) Stay the course.
(c) Set off on a new path.
(d) Take a break.
3. What is the only belief that can bring a person to the point of desired closeness with Jesus?
(a) God follows you.
(b) God dwells in you.
(c) God dwells around you.
(d) God dwells in heaven.
4. Does turning inward require practice?
(b) For some people.
5. All things come from the Lord with the exception of what?
(a) Your own sinfulness.
(b) Your food.
(c) Your clothes.
(d) Your ideas.
Short Answer Questions
1. Guyon says the way to "conquer" this aspect of ourselves is to do what?
2. Regarding the imagination, what must come in?
3. She quotes scriptures from ____________________ indicating that God will provide for needs, and presents the idea that this includes spiritual needs.
4. The person who follows this method will naturally be far removed from what?
5. Who does Guyon quote saying, "Love, then do what you please?"
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Guyon quote St. Augustine?
2. What does Guyon say about a "second level of prayers?"
3. What is Guyon's opinion of ritual or memorization?
4. What does Guyon say is merely a first step? What is the next step?
5. What does Guyon remind readers regarding the Lord's acceptance of the cross?
6. What does Guyon warn about overcoming selfish desires?
7. How might one overcome selfish desires, according to Guyon?
8. What does Guyon remind readers regarding their gifts?
9. What does Guyon say about "dry spells"?
10. Those who follow her suggestions for overcoming selfish desires and the sense will accomplish what?
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