Grow Up Church Spiritual Gifts Tests
Welcome! My name is Gloire Emmanuel Ndongala and I thank you for taking the time to take this free spiritual gift test. I believe a person’s purpose lies below the surface. This means our purpose is hidden deep in our hearts and it is known in part, through the discovery of our God-given gifts. I pray as you take this test it helps you better discover your purpose in life.
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The Triune God has given us a gift for each part of our nature. This does not mean we are devoid of the other gifts; rather, we are naturally inclined to flow in certain ones. How each person uses these gifts differs based on whether they are feelers or thinkers.
A feeler who has the gift of faith, for instance, may make the statement “I feel like God wants me to get this house.” A thinker who has the gift of faith may say, “I think God has chosen this house for me.” Same statement different way of processing what they are hearing God say.
Now the gifts are as follows: the gifts of the Father, which are found in Romans 12: 4-8, are known as the personality gifts. Although not found in this list, one can include the gift of hospitality because there are countless places where it is highlighted throughout the Word of God (Romans 12: 13; 1 Pet. 4: 9; Heb. 13: 2; 1 Tim. 3: 2, 5: 10). The gifts of the Holy Spirit, found in 1 Corinthians 12: 1-26, are known as the gifts of operation. Lastly, the gifts of the Son as listed in Ephesians 2: 20, Ephesians 4: 11-16, and 1 Corinthians 12: 27-30, are what I call the “parenting” gifts. Many know these gifts as the fivefold ministry gifts.
Personality Gifts Test
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