Spiritual Gifts Assessment

This guide in discovering your spiritual gifts should not be viewed as a test.
The only “right” answers here are honest answers.

Personal Information
Spiritual Gifts Assessment Tool

1. Easily delegating important responsibility to others.

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2. Clearly perceiving the difference between truth and error.

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3. Leading others to a decision for salvation through faith in Christ.

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4. Verbally encouraging the wavering, troubled or discouraged.

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5. Believing God will keep His promises in spite of circumstantial evidence.

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6. Managing money well in order to give liberally to the Lord’s work.

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7. In the name of the Lord, curing diseases.

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8. Assisting key leaders to relieve them for their essential job.

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9. Providing food/lodging graciously to those in need.

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10. When praying for others, I often lose track of the time.

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11. Having ability to discover new truths for myself.

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12. Persuading others to move toward achieving biblical objectives.

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13. Working joyfully with persons ignored by the majority.

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14. Adapting easily in a culture different from mine.

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15. Enjoying the responsibility for the spiritual growth of a group of Christians.

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16. Enjoy being called upon to do special jobs around the church.

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17. Enabling persons to learn biblical truths in detail.

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18. Applying truth effectively in my own life.

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19. Able to organize ideas, people, things and time for more effective ministry.

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20. Judging well between what is poor and what is good (or evil and good).

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21. Sharing joyfully how Christ has brought me to Himself.

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22. Being an instrument for dislodging the complacent and redirecting the wayward to face spiritual reality.

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23. Generally being more excited about the future than the past.

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24. Giving things or money liberally to the Lord’s work.

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25. In the name of the Lord, healing the emotionally disturbed.

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26. Ushering or cleaning up at a church related facility.

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27. Providing a gracious haven for guests.

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28. Taking prayer requests more seriously than other Christians seem to.

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29. Having insights of truth which bring conviction to other Christians.

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30. Knowing where I am going and seeing other Christians follow me.

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31. Aiding the undeserving.

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32. Learning well another language in order to minister to a different people.

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33. Sacrificially giving myself for young or straying Christians.

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34. Enjoy routine work at church that would bore others.

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35. Explaining clearly Scriptural teaching to others.

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36. Enjoy working out solutions to complicated problems.

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37. Am able to set goals and make effective plans to reach them.

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38. Tending to look beneath the surface and question people’s motives.

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39. Explaining clearly Bible truths that point people to Jesus as the Savior.

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40. Verbally challenging those who seem spiritually apathetic.

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41. Trusting in the presence and power of God for the impossible.

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42. Feeling deeply moved when confronted with urgent financial needs in God’s work.

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43. In the name of the Lord, treating successfully those who are spiritually sick.

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44. Typing, filing or recording figures or minutes for the Lord’s work.

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45. Having a knack of making strangers feel at home.

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46. Prayer is one of my favorite spiritual exercises.

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47. Acquiring and mastering new facts and principles of Bible truth.

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48. Influencing others toward accomplishing biblical goals.

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49. Visiting in hospitals or retirement homes and being blessed.

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50. Being able to relate well to Christians of different race, language or culture.

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51. Knowing intimately and being well known by those I serve and guide.

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52. Feeling satisfaction in doing menial tasks for God’s glory.

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53. Making difficult biblical truths understandable to others.

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54. Choosing from several biblical alternatives an option which usually works.

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55. Able to lead a group in making decisions together.

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56. Accurately recognizing what spiritual gift another Christian has and does not have.

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57. Emphasizing a message which is primarily the Gospel of salvation.

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58. Able to counsel effectively the perplexed, guilty or addicted.

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59. Feeling sure I know God’s special will for the future growth of His work even when others are not.

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60. Able to earn much money for giving to the Lord’s work.

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61. Praying for others so that healing occurs.

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62. Distributing Gospel literature and papers in my community.

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63. Having a genuine graciousness and appreciation of each guest.

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64. God consistently answers my prayers in a tangible way.

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65. I study and read a great deal to learn biblical truths.

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66. Steering others through difficulties in the Lord’s work.

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67. Taking shut-ins out for a drive and assisting them in practical ways.

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68. Enjoying life in a foreign country.

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69. Helping needy Christians by guiding them to relevant portions of the Bible and praying with them.

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70. Willing to take orders rather than give them.

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71. Communicating biblical truths to others which produce changes in knowledge, attitudes, values or conduct.

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72. My nominating others for positions prove to be good selections.

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73. Able to recruit Christians and put them to work exercising their spiritual gifts.

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74. Can see through a phony before his phoniness is clearly evident.

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75. Continually seeking out unbelievers in order to win them.

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76. Comforting a Christian in his affliction or suffering.

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77. Trusting in the reliability of God when all looks dim.

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78. Willing to maintain a lower standard or living in order to benefit God’s work.

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79. Helping effectively those who are feeble-minded.

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80. Happy to be a teacher’s aide in a Bible class.

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81. Enjoying strangers in my house.

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82. Sometimes praying when I probably should be doing other things.

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83. Able to distinguish key and important facts of Scripture.

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84. Others follow me because I have knowledge which contributes to the building up of my church.

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85. Talking cheerfully with those in prison, or the lonely shut-in person.

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86. Having ability to learn foreign languages.

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87. Able to restore persons who have wandered away from their Christian community.

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88. Enjoying it when others express a need for help.

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89. Training Christians to be more obedient disciples of Christ.

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90. Feeling an unusual presence of God when an important decision needs to be made.

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