Spiritual Gifts Assessment

This test is designed to help you determine your top three spiritual gifts.

The accuracy of the results of spiritual gifts tests depend on how honest you are in answering the questions. Please answer each question according to who you are right now, not who you were ten years ago or who you wish to be in the future. Which of these statements describe you? And to what degree do they (or do they not) line up with who you are? This assessment has 90 questions, each of which is important for determining its accuracy. When you have completed each question, the scoring sheet in the back will aid you in determining which spiritual gifts you possess. Respond to each statement according to the following 0-4 point scale:

Respond to each statement according to the following 0-4 point scale:

  • 0 = Never; Not true
  • 1 = Rarely; Seldom true
  • 2 = Some of the time; Occasionally true
  • 3 = Most of the time; Usually true
  • 4 = All of the time; Consistently true

As much as possible, avoid marking the number ( 2 ). Don’t hesitate to choose ( 1 ) or ( 4 ). Your desire to be humble or not exaggerate may effect your results, so try to be as honest as possible.

When you are finished, complete the Score Sheet and record the number of your response in the box on the Score Sheet that corresponds to the question number on the test.

Example

10. When I come across an unbeliever, I have a strong desire to share the gospel with them.

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1
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4

NOTE: We must be careful not to confuse Spiritual Gifts with the Fruit of the Spirit. Both are evidences or proofs of the Holy Spirit’s presence in the life of the believer. The Fruit of the Spirit is listed in Galatians 5:22-23 and is the behavioral pattern and actual character of Jesus Christ developed by the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. Spiritual Gifts, on the other hand, refer to the capacities for service for Jesus Christ in the life of the believer. To put it simply, the Fruit of the Spirit deals with attitude and character, while Spiritual Gifts deal with actions of service for the Kingdom of God.

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