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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Once you have come to the desired place, all that is required is that you do what?
2. What does Guyon quote from Luke 17:21?
3. Once you have taken Guyon's advice from #15, how will you find God?
4. She says that your abandonment must go one step farther so that you abandon what?
5. What will a change in attitude do to your life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Guyon say when one has come to a point of a regular prayer life?
2. What does Guyon say about a "second level of prayers?"
3. Why does Guyon quote St. Augustine?
4. What does Guyon say is merely a first step? What is the next step?
5. What does Guyon remind readers regarding their gifts?
6. What does Guyon say about the ability to turn inward to find Christ?
7. What does "Your will be done" mean?
8. What is one way a beginner could come to Christ?
9. How does Guyon define abandonment?
10. What is Guyon's opinion of ritual or memorization?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Guyon writes at length about the workings of the soul, spirit, and self.
Part 1) Why does she write at length about these? Why are these important?
Part 2) How does she use the Bible to support her beliefs? Is this valid? Why or why not?
Part 3) How must one be cautious in regards to the working of the soul, spirit, and self? Do you agree? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
In loving the Lord, one will want to please only Him.
Part 1) Why would one want to please only the Lord?
Part 2) How would this kind of love change your life? How do you feel about these changes that would occur? Why do you feel this way?
Part 3) Would it be difficult to love in this way? Why or why not? How does this kind of love compare to the love you feel for those closest to you?
Essay Topic 3
Guyon is specific about how to lead others to Christ.
Part 1) What does she say about leading others to Christ? Is this surprising? Why or why not?
Part 2) How might the Church of her day feel about this? How might the Church feel about this now?
Part 3) Are her suggestions valid and useful? Why or why not?
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