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Chapter Six

Chapter Six  

1. Which one of the lists below correctly completes the following sentence?  

The eight basic types of lies are metamorphic, cluster, clone, memory linked... 

(a) Guardian, splinter, osmotic and demonic. 

(b) Guardian, splinter, osmotic, and thematic. 

(c) Guardian, splinter, atomic, and thematic. 

(d) General, splinter, osmotic, and thematic. 

  

2. What are metamorphic lies?  

(a) Lies that still feel true even though what was true or potentially true when a past event occurred is no longer true in the present. 

(b) Lies that have to do with unusual and strange experiences 

(c) Lies that are metaphysical in nature 

(d) None of the above 

  

3. How are cluster liesdefined? 

(a) Lies that group up into small areas of life 

(b) Lies that are found in social groups 

(c) Several lies that are all in the same memory, yet each is separate and distinct 

(d) None of the above 

  

4.Clone lies can best be described as: 

(a) Lies that someone has made a copy of apart from the person's will 

(b) Identical lies found in separate unrelated memories 

(c) A lie that was true in an early event that keeps being replicated in later events 

(d) Both B and C 

  

5.What are memory-linked lies?    

(a) A lie that is actually located in a memory different from the one that is being addressed but the emotion is still being felt 

(b) A lie that links two memories together 

(c) Lies that are linked together in some way but reside in separate memories or, in some cases at least, adjoining memories 

(d) Both A and C 

  

6.What type of lie blocks access to the root lies and keeps people from moving into memories or letting go of such things as anger? 

(a) Memory-linked lies 

(b) Splinter lies 

(c) Demonic lies 

(d) Guardian lies 

  

7. If the ministry recipient does not receive truth after a guardian lie has been identified and held up to the Lord, what might the facilitator choose to do to move forward?  

(a) Knowing that everything that occurs is resting on a belief, identify what is believed that has kept the person from moving forward. 

(b) Knowing that there may be a lie held in a different memory that will need to be dealt with before they can find release from the present lie, if another memory comes to their mind, be willing to pursue it and come back to the other memory later. 

(c) Go back to the emotion and seek to identify the belief. 

(d) All of the above. 

  

8.What do people who hold onto unforgiveness need to understand before they can truly forgive those who wronged them?  

(a) They need to know that they can never walk in complete freedom as long as they are holding onto unforgiveness. 

(b) They need to own the emotional pain and lies that they themselves are carrying. 

(c) They need to take an account of the debt they need to forgive and discover how their lie-based thinking has joined them to the debtor. 

(d) All of the above. 

  

9. What is required for reconciliation to take place between two people? 

(a) A person must forgive and forget. 

(b) After the wronged person can forgive the one who wronged them and Jesus brings freedom, then reconciliation is possible, but only if the one who did the wrong acknowledges and repents of his actions and desires to be reconciled.   

(c) The one being reconciled must do many hours of community service. 

(d) The one offering forgiveness must seek out the one who wronged them and love them unconditionally. 

  

10. If the ministry recipient has rebuilt a relationship in the present with someone who wronged them, is it still important for them to allow the pain of the past wrong to resurface and seek the Lord's truth?  

(a) Yes, because the pain is rooted in lies that they believe.  Lies do not go away simply because a relationship improves. 

(b) No.  The past is the past and best just left alone. 

(c) Yes, since their present pain is driven by their past experiences, they need to confront the people in of their past in order to find freedom.   

(d) None of the above. 

  

11. What should the ministry recipient be aware of before deciding whether or not to confront the person who abused them?  

(a) Confrontation is not always what God desires. 

(b) Confrontation needs to wait until after the ministry recipient is free of all pain and walking in peace. 

(c) Confrontation should come from a heart of compassion. 

(d) All of the above. 

  

12. Reconciliation between the wronged person and the one who wronged them IS NOT necessary for the wronged person to experience complete recovery because: 

(a) Freedom is not dependent on anyone other than the one in bondage. 

(b) Revenge does belong to the Lord.  (??? this belongs in a question about forgiving) 

(c) Reconciliation is outside the control of the wronged person and forgiving someone does not require having a reconciled relationship with them. 

(d) All of the above. 

  

13. What should the facilitator do when the ministry recipient says, "I have already dealt with this memory"? 

(a) Identify any emotion that may be present.  Painful emotion is an indication that unresolved lies are still present. 

(b) Ask if they are willing to look at it anyway. 

(c) Assure them that memories often bear on more than one issue. 

(d) All of the above. 

  

14. What distinguishes splinter lies from the other types of lies?   

(a) They tend to show up days following the original ministry session. 

(b) They usually produce residual pain that has less intensity than the pain of the lies that were first found in the memory. 

(c) They are usually smaller and less significant in nature. 

(d) All of the above.  

  

15. How are osmotic liesproduced in people?  

(a) Through trial and error 

(b) Through observation of another person's attitudes and behavior 

(c) When the child is not properly cared for 

(d) None of the above 

  

16. What are thematic lies? 

(a) "Same old- same old." 

(b) The lie-based theme of a family system. 

(c) A lie-based behavior that the family system engaged in. 

(d) All the above. 

  

17. Which one of the lists below correctly completes the following sentence?  

The 8 categories of lies are fear, abandonment, shame, taintedness,... 

(a) Hopelessness, invalidation, pridefulness, and confusion. 

(b) Hopelessness, introvertedness, powerlessness, and confusion. 

(c) Hindering, invalidation, powerlessness, and confusion. 

(d) Hopelessness, invalidation, powerlessness, and confusion. 

  

18. Which one of the following is NOT a guideline that you as a facilitator should follow if the ministry recipient surfaces "womb memories"?  

(a) Let the person be the one who leads to all memory. 

(b) Allow the memory to be whatever it is – do not add personal commentary. 

(c) Be cautious when you seek to interpret what you think it all means. 

(d) Never seek to interpret or explain what you think has occurred. 

  

19. What should the facilitator keep in mind regarding the ministry recipient's watershed memories so that neither the facilitator nor the ministry recipient becomes discouraged and thinks that something is wrong?   

(a) Watershed memories are often major turning points in a person's life. 

(b) Watershed memories may have to be revisited over and over because they often carry multiple layers of lie-based thinking. 

(c) Watershed memories often occur in children under the age of two. 

(d) Both A and B. 

 

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