Gift Exploration Rating Form

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Instructions: This Spiritual Gifts test is designed to identify what your spiritual gift(s) may be. As you answer the questions, please keep in mind that there are no right or wrong answers. These questions are all fairly simple and straightforward, so just do your best to answer honestly, based on your experience.

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    1. Look for opportunities to help others in their task.

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    2. Concentration on practical things rather than on the theory behind them.

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    3. Gaining understanding of persons with special needs.

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    4. Assimilating information from several sources to find the answer to a question.

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    5. Giving practical solutions to problems facing the church.

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    6. Trusting God to do what He promises in Scripture.

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    7. Patiently listening to people who are discouraged rather than directing them to someone else.

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    8. Feeling joyfully confident in sharing the reality of the living Christ.

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    9. Having responsibility for the spiritual care of a class of children, youth or adults.

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    10. Seeking out projects that need money rather than waiting for appeals for funds.

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    11. Distinguishing between a work that centers in Christ and a counterfeit without doing a lot of research.

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    12. Serving as a chairman of a committee.

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    13. Giving direction to people under your supervision and making decisions that affect them.

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    14. Bringing about changes in attitude, values or conduct through the communication of biblical truths.

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    15. Sensing conditions that are not pleasing to God and speaking boldly to correct them.

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    16. Being involved with others to transform their lives physically, emotionally or spiritually.

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    17. Compelling drive to be personally involved in serving Christ among people of another culture.

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    18. Being accepted as a spiritual authority among churches.

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    19. Helping the church by using your creative or regular work skills.

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    20. Joyfully praying for others on a regular basis.

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    21. Entertaining guests in your home as a ministry.

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    22. Serving in the church to greet members and visitors making them feel glad they came.

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    23. Privately speaking to God in an unknown language.

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    24. Being asked to use your musical ability to minister in the worship service of your church.

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    25. Performing support tasks that free leaders in the church for things that they do best.

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    26. Doing things with your hands rather than talking to a person with a problem.

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    27. Visiting cheerfully those in hospitals, prison, or rest homes.

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    28. Reading the Bible and other books regularly to gain knowledge.

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    29. Applying biblical principles to help others in problem situations.

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    30. Being assured by the Lord that He will do a seemingly impossible task for the furtherance of His work.

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    31. Maintaining a belief in a person in the midst of repeated failings.

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    32. Talking with others about your experience in trusting Christ as Savior and Lord.

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    33. Following up on a wayward or neglected member of the church.

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    34. Earning money with the purpose of supporting Christian work.

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    35. Being able to detect if a person is genuine in their witness.

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    36. Guiding a group in formulating its goal and purposes.

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    37. Planning out the details in order to guide a group in its work.

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    38. Guiding believers in a patient, positive, and loving way through sharing the Scripture.

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    39. Sensing that others are persuaded of the rightness of the stand you espouse.

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    40. Being called on to pray for the sick and finding some positive results.

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    41. Easily understanding the manner and customs of people from a different culture.

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    42. Strategizing for the establishment of new churches.

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    43. Making needed furniture or equipment for the Lord’s work.

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    44. Finding frequent positive results from prayer.

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    45. Using your home for get-acquainted potlucks for new people.

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    46. Spotting church visitors and being in a conversation starter.

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    47. Receiving a message from God and sharing it with others in an unlearned language.

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    48. Writing, arranging, or training other in music so Christ’s work is enhanced.

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    49. Doing a routine tasks that help carry out a ministry.

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    50. Being known as reliable and punctual in getting a task done.

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    51. Working with physical or emotional problems to alleviate suffering.

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    52. Gaining understanding of difficult passages of Scripture.

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    53. Indicating what should be done rather than why it should be done.

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    54. Willingness to sacrifice and work hard to accomplish a seemingly impossible task.

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    55. Willingness to give time to someone who has been “written off” by others

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    56. Reaching out to the un-churched rather than working with the growth and equipping of believers.

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    57. Praying for specific needs of a list of people who look to you for care.

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    58. Giving sacrificially and joyfully for the work of the Lord in the confidence that God will meet your needs.

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    59. Quickly sensing a person’s motivation.

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    60. Generating excitement among others about the goals of the church.

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    61. Monitoring the progress of a program for quality and cost.

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    62. Devoting a large amount of time to study of the bible and related resources.

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    63. Sense of urgency to share a message from God regarding a current societal problem.

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    64. Being used of God to successfully deal with problems that are beyond human ability.

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    65. Adapting easily to life in a different culture.

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    66. Being called on by churches to give counsel for their problems.

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    67. Making clothing or other items to provide for the needy at home or abroad.

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    68. Discovering that prayer is a fulfilling and rewarding experience.

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    69. Using your home for neighborhood Bible study.

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    70. Serving as an usher or traffic guide to help people in and out of church gatherings.

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    71. Interpreting the speech of one who speaks in tongues.

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    72. Being used of God to sing a message that edifies the people.

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    73. Doing tasks that are supportive to others in leadership rather than being a leader of others.

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    74. Identifying resources needed to get a task done.

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    75. Assisting the handicapped.

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    76. Bringing insight from study that will help others come to faith in Christ.

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    77. Intuitive sense of direction in the midst of a complicated issue.

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    78. Believing that God will do a great work in our church.

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    79. Bringing help to the guilty, perplexed, depressed, afflicted and wavering.

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    80. Counseling those who have indicated an openness to believe in Christ.

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    81. Spending time with a group or an individual in order to build relationships.

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    82. Giving without thought of recognition or the response of the recipient.

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    83. Being asked for your evaluation of something as to whether it is genuine or false.

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    84. Motivating others to get involved in the Lord’s work.

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    85. Spending time with others to meaningfully involve them.

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    86. Giving time to discovering resources and preparing aids that will be useful in communicating the biblical truth.

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    87. Feeling strongly that God has given you a special message to share that edifies, warns or rebukes others.

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    88. Being used of God to deliver a person being dominated by an evil spirit.

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    89. Learning a foreign language so as to effectively communicate the Gospel.

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    90. Finding others willing to follow your counsel on spiritual matters.

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    91. Being asked to use your creative, decorative, or artistic skills for Christ’s work.

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    92. Being drawn to prayer frequently each day for significant periods of time.

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    93. Finding that getting your home ready for guests is a pleasure.

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    94. Being a “climate setter” making the church a warm friendly place.

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    95. Recognizing that speaking in an unknown tongue in public needs an interpretation.

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    96. Bringing a spirit of praise through music in the worship of God.

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    97. Working behind the scenes to facilitate the work of the church.

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    98. Being asked to do a specific routine task to help a ministry area.

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    99. Loving and aiding the seemingly unlovable.

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    100. Sorting out the significant from the secondary facts on an issue.

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    101. Discovering practical ways of applying biblical truths to life.

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    102. Finding excitement rather than discouragement in super difficult challenges.

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    103. Challenging the complacent and redirecting the wayward.

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    104. Being sensitive to the feelings, needs and desires of those who have not yetbelieved in Christ.

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    105. Staying with a group over a period of a year or more to provide guidance and continuity.

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    106. Viewing giving as an investment with spiritual return for all believers.

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    107. Giving reliable evaluation as to whether a teaching is of God, Satan or human origin.

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    108. Being knowledgeable as to how the church can move forward in its ministry.

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    109. Organizing the efforts of a group so as to reach its goal.

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    110. Working through the complexities of a Scripture passage so that its truth can beshared in a clear and concise way.

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    111. Telling others what God has chosen to reveal to you regarding future events.

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    112. Feeling strongly directed to pray for some acute situation.

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    113. Having a special interest in using your professional skills to help deprived people inanother culture.

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    114. Gathering a new group of converts to form a new church.

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    115. Using your skills to maintain and beautify the church property or grounds.

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    116. Believing deeply that God released His power in response to your prayers.

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    117. Discovering the joy of sharing life with guests around your dining room table.

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    118. Giving information about various ministries of the church to newcomers.

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    119. Desiring to praise God through the use of tongues.

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    120. Being available to train others to use musical gifts for use in the Lord’s work.

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YOUR SPIRITUAL GIFTS TEST RESULTS

Which Spiritual Gift do you have?

Here are your scores!


A = Helps Total: 0
B = Serving Total: 0
C = Mercy Total: 0
D = Knowledge Total: 0
E = Wisdom Total: 0
F = Faith Total: 0
G = Exhortation Total: 0
H = Evangelist Total: 0
I = Pastor Total: 0
J = Giving Total: 0
K = Discernment Total: 0
L = Leadership Total: 0
M = Administration Total: 0
N = Teacher Total: 0
O = Prophecy Total: 0
P = Healing Total: 0
Q = Missionary Total: 0
R = Apostle Total: 0
S = Craftsmanship Total: 0
T = Intercession Total: 0
U = Hospitality (Home) Total: 0
V = Hospitality (Church) Total: 0
W = Tongues Total: 0
X = Music Total: 0
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NOTE: Based on your responses you are strongest in these three spiritual gifts.

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A= Helps

It is the spiritual gift whereby the Spirit empowers certain Christians to willingly bear the burdens of other Christains and help them in such a way that they can do their tasks more effectively.

B= Serving

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit empowers certain Christians to identify unmet needs of people and implement plans to meet those needs. Serving one another, like witnessing, is a calling of all Christians, but there are some who have a special desire to find ways to serve, and get great blessing from it. There seems to be a special desire to meet physical needs in the people who have this gift.

C= Mercy

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to feel exceptional empathy and compassion for those who are suffering so that they devote large amounts of time and energy to alleviate it.

D= Knowledge

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to understand in an exceptional way the great truths of God's Word and to make them relevant to specific situations in the church.

E= Wisdom

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit endows particular Christians with an understanding of God's will and work as it relates to the living of life.

F= Faith

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit provides Christians with extraordinary confidence in God's promises, power, and presence so that they can take heroic stands for their future of God's work in the church.

G= Exhortation

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to stand beside fellow Christians in need and bring comfort, counsel and encouragement so they feel helped.

H= Evangelist

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables particular Christians to share the Gospel to unbelievers in such a way that the unbeliever becomes a disciple of the Lord Jesus. See Acts 8:26-40. )

I= Pastor

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to assume responsibility for the spiritual welfare of a group of believers.

J= Giving

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to offer their material blessings for the work of the church with exceptional willingness, cheerfulness and liberality.

K= Discernment

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit certain Christians to know with assurance whether some behavior is of God or of Satan.

L= Leadership

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to motivate, direct and inspire God's people in such a way that they voluntarily and harmoniously work together to do the Church's work effectively.

M= Administration

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to understand the goals of a given segment of the Church's ministry and to direct that area effectively, keeping the Church on course.

N= Teacher

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables particular Christians to communicate the truths of God's Word so that others can learn.

O= Prophecy

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit empowers certain Christians to interpret and apply God's revelation in a given situation.

P= Healing

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit employs certain Christians to restore health to the sick.

Q= Missionary

It is the special gift given by the Holy Spirit to certain members of the body of Christ (local church) to minister whatever other spiritual gifts they have in a second culture or second community.

R= Apostle

It is the gift whereby the Spirit appoints certain Christians to lead, inspire and develop the churches of God by the proclamation and the teaching of true doctrine.

S= Craftsmanship

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit endows certain Christians to use hands and minds to build up the Kingdom through artistic, creative means.

T= Intercession

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to pray for extended periods of time with great positive effect for the building of the Kingdom.

U= Hospitality (Home)

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to open their homes willingly and offer lodging, food, and fellowship cheerfully to other people.

V= Hospitality (Church)

The gift of church hospitality is the special ability to welcome strangers and greet fellow members facilitating their participation in the services of the church so that a caring spirit is felt and the ministry is fostered. Every church needs the ministry of hospitality when it gathers to make others feel welcomed and special.

W= Tongues

The divine enablement to speak, worship, or pray in a language unknown to the speaker. People with this gift may receive a spontaneous message from God which is made known to His body through the gift of interpretation. People with this gift: express with an interpretation a word by the Spirit which edifies the Body; communicate a message given by God for the church; speak in a language they have never learned and do not understand; worship the Lord with unknown words too deep for the mind to comprehend; experience an intimacy with God which inspires them to serve and edify others.

X= Music

It is the special gift whereby the Spirit enables certain Christians to praise God through various forms of music and enhance the worship experience of the local congregation.