Spiritual Gifts


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When I was a child, my parents insisted I take piano lessons. There were times I enjoyed it, and times I hated it. But I developed an appreciation for music due to that training. Later, when my children were very small, I played children’s songs for them. Occasionally, I will still play a few Christmas carols.

Reading music was a gift I wanted to give my own children. I was thrilled that my son has a great deal of musical talent. Not so much with my daughter. In fact, I was very disappointed my daughter did not take the same interest in music.

But then I recalled our spiritual gifts.

We all have at least one spiritual gift, and our gifts are different from each other. Music is not one of my daughter’s gifts. She doesn’t have to play the piano to exercise her spiritual gifts.

Are you curious what your spiritual gifts might be? Here’s a Spiritual Gifts Assessment that will help you discover what Spiritual Gifts God gave you. Once you discover your gifts, you can develop them, and be of better service to God’s Kingdom.

http://www.umc.org/site/c.lwL4KnN1LtH/b.8051415/

Walk in His Light.

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21 thoughts on “Spiritual Gifts

  1. I also scored highest in wisdom but I never considered that to be one of my spiritual gifts before. Thanks for sharing this site. It’s important for us to know our gifts so we can use what God gave us for his glory. May that be true in me. Have a blessed day!

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  2. Julie, This blog was good and very timely for me. In particular, I liked the comparison of list of spiritual gifts from different books of the New Testament. Blessings, Carolyn

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  3. So true, we all don’t have the same gifts. Sometimes it is easy to forget that. Thanks for this reminder! A few years ago we did the assessment at church during Sunday School. It is so neat to see where we end up! 🙂

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