Spiritual Gifts Questionnaire
1. Read the statements in SECTION #1.
2. Download and print the answer sheet in SECTION #2.
3. Record your answers on your printed answer sheet.
4. Circle the 6 highest totals in the 'Total' column.
5. Record your top six spiritual gifts in the right column, by using the legend in SECTION #3.
6. Complete and submit the online form in SECTION #4.
Unwrapping My Gifts
A. Helps - The God-given ability and motivation to be available to help out in any area in which there is a need. (I Corinthians 12:28; Romans 16:1,2)
B. Leadership - The God-given ability to motivate and lead others in accomplishing goals related to the Lord’s work. (Romans 12:8; Acts 2:14)
C. Hospitality - The God-given ability to use your home as a means to entertain and bless the people of God or those in need of food and shelter. (Romans 12:13; Acts 16:14-15)
D. Service - The God-given ability and motivation to use your time and resources to meet the practical and material needs involved in advancing the kingdom of God. (Romans 12:7; Acts 6:1-7)
E. Administration - The God-given ability to organize and supervise the carrying out of plans related to accomplishing the goals of the Lord’s work. (I Corinthians 12:28; Titus 1:5)
F. Discerning of Spirits - The God-given ability to know whether the spiritual source behind certain behavior is divine, human, or satanic. (I Corinthians 12:10; Acts 16:16-18)
G. Faith - The God-given ability to believe for the extraordinary or impossible within the will of God in a particular situation. (I Corinthians 12:9; Acts 28:3-6)
H. Music - The God-given ability to sing or play an instrument in a way that the church is strengthened and God is glorified.
(2 Kings 3:15; II Chronicles 5:13)
I. Tongues - The God-given ability to communicate in a language, either divine or human, that you are not familiar with.
(1 Corinthians 12:10, 28; Acts 10:44-46)
J. Interpretation - The God-given ability to interpret an utterance given in tongues into the common language of those present.
(1 Corinthians 12:10,30; 1 Corinthians 14:13)
K. Miracles - The God-given ability to serve as a human channel through which God can perform acts which transcend the laws of nature. (1 Corinthians 12:10,28; Acts 9:36-40)
L. Craftsmanship - The God-given ability and motivation to work and create with your hands that which will bless and increase the work of God in the earth. (Exodus 31:2-11; Acts 9:39)
M. Healing - The God-given ability to serve as a human channel in ministering divine healing and restoration of health, apart from natural means. (1 Corinthians 12:9; Acts 3:1-10)
N. Giving - The God-given ability and incentive to give generously and joyfully financial and material resources to the Lord’s work. (Romans 12:8; Mark 12:41-44)
O. Mercy - The God-given ability to feel compassion for the sufferings of others and the motivation to minister to them in a way that will ease their burden. (Romans 12:8; Matthew 20:29-34)
P. Word of Wisdom - The God-given ability to receive divine insight in how to respond to complex and difficult problems and situations.
(I Corinthians 12:8; I Kings 3:16-28)
Q. Word of Knowledge - The God-given ability to receive a spontaneous knowledge of facts or details about a person or situation that has not been discovered through natural inquiry.
(I Corinthians 12:8; John 4:17,18)
R. Exhortation - The God-given ability and incentive to offer words of encouragement, consolation, and comfort to others in a way through which they will be helped. (Romans 12:8; I Timothy 4:13)
S. Teaching - The God-given ability to search out and expound to others spiritual truths from the Word of God in a way that others will learn. (Ephesians 4:11,12; Acts 18:24-28)
T. Pastor - The God-given ability and motivation to commit yourself to the care and nurturing of members of the Body of Christ.
(Ephesians 4:11,12; 1 Peter 5:2)
U. Apostleship - The God-given ability to oversee and work harmoniously with other five-fold ministries in planting and establishing churches. (Ephesians 4:11; 1 Corinthians 3:10)
V. Missionary - The God-given ability and calling to use your spiritual gifts to minister to those of another culture on a long-term basis.
(1 Corinthians 9:19-23; Acts 13:2,3)
W. Prophecy - The God-given ability to receive and communicate an immediate message of God to His people through divinely anointed speaking. (I Corinthians 12:10; Acts 11:28)
X. Evangelist - The God-given ability to share the gospel with unbelievers in such a way that men and women turn from their sin and make commitments to serve Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 4:1,12; Acts 8:12)
Y. Intercession - The God-given ability and desire to pray consistently for long periods of time and to see the fruit of your efforts through specifically answered prayers. (Luke 2:36,37; Colossians 4:2)