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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. What is Guyon's purpose for using the quote in number 76?
(a) This person is her favorite saint.
(b) She is making a point.
(c) She believes this above all else.
(d) It is her favorite quote.
2. The person who follows this method will naturally be far removed from what?
(a) The sins of others.
(b) The sins that compel interest.
3. Is self-denial the answer for overcoming this aspect of ourselves that has been discussed in # 83?
4. What will a change in attitude do to your life?
(a) It will impact it.
(b) It will make it complicated.
(c) It will not affect it.
(d) It will simplify it.
5. The moment you feel God's presence lessening, what should you do?
(a) You must call to Him or offer words of love or joy.
(b) You must sit still.
(c) You must call a priest.
(d) You must go to church.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one option for coming to Christ?
2. Jeanne Guyon begins by saying that some people believe they can never be truly close to Jesus Christ. Does she agree?
3. A passage of Scripture can be used as a way to quiet the mind and allow what?
4. What does "Your will be done" mean?
5. Is it a waste of time to try to figure out what God might do or what He is like?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when one looks inwardly for God?
2. What does Guyon say about loving the Lord?
3. How must one's abandonment go one step further?
4. What dose Guyon say Gods wants for His people?
5. What does Guyon say is merely a first step? What is the next step?
6. What does Guyon warn about overcoming selfish desires?
7. What warning does Guyon give regarding those who give themselves during a good time?
8. What does Guyon say about "dry spells"?
9. What does Guyon say regarding the Lord's Prayer?
10. What does Guyon remind readers regarding the Lord's acceptance of the cross?
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