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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. Who was busy while her sister sat at the feet of Jesus?
2. If the answer to #160 is correct, do you have any real cause for worry?
3. How can you avoid temptation?
(a) Run away from the temptation.
(b) Ignore the temptation.
(c) Remain close to God.
(d) Understand the temptation.
4. She warns not to let this seem a time of "barren" inactivity, because the truth is that the heart becomes still because of what?
(b) The abundance of Christ.
(d) There is nothing else to do.
5. She likens this magnetism to what?
(a) The vapor from the ocean that is purified in the sky.
(b) The storms that scare but revive.
(c) The snow that melts and provides nourishment.
(d) The rain that purifies the refreshes the land.
Short Answer Questions
1. Can outward activities ever draw you closer to the Lord?
2. She says that you must give the Spirit free reign with what understanding?
3. What did Jesus tell this busy woman?
4. How does Guyon illustrate the idea of activity?
5. What does Guyon use to illustrate what one should do after saying a prayer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Guyon's thoughts on distractions?
2. When can "continual prayer" be found? What else does Guyon say about this passive attitude towards prayer?
3. What does Guyon have to say about passivity?
4. What does Guyon say about those who have reached the point of continual prayer?
5. What does Guyon say about one's feelings toward his or her own sins compared to God's feelings about sin?
6. What does Guyon say about intercession?
7. What is one expected to feel at a time of confession? What does Guyon say about this?
8. About what is the beginning of this section?
9. What does Guyon have to say about activity prompted by the Spirit? How does she illustrate this point?
10. What is Guyon's warning against ritual prayer?
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