Wednesday, March 25, 2015

SimpleDISCovery - is this really me?

So I decided to take another one of those personality and spiritual gift profile tests. Answering 92 simple questions as honestly as I could came up with this. I think it's pretty accurate but if you know me what do you think?

My SimpleDISCovery results: 

Your personality type is 'C/D' You are Compliant, Competent, Task oriented, Goal oriented, Introverted.  

“C/D”s are cautious and determined designers who are consistently task-oriented and very aware of problems. Sometimes viewed as insensitive, they do care about individual people but have a difficult time showing it. They often feel they are the only ones who can do the job the way it needs to be done, but because of their administrative skills, they are able to bring plans for change and improvements to fruition.

“C/D”s have a tendency to be serious and could benefit from being more optimistic and enthusiastic. Despite their natural drive to achieve, they should concentrate on developing healthy relationships and simply loving people.

Biblical Examples: Bezealeel (Exodus 35:30-36, 8, 37:1-9), Jochebed (Exodus 1:22-2:4), Jethro (Exodus 2,18)

Ways You Can Better Yourself: 

  • Concentrate on doing the right things – not just doing things right. 
  • Be less critical of others’ ideas and methods.
  • Respond more quickly to accomplish others goals. 
  • Strive to build relationships with other people and family members.
  • Be more decisive. 
  • Focus less on facts and more on people. 

My Spiritual Gifts:

The gift of administration is the divine strength or ability to organise multiple tasks and groups of people to accomplish these tasks. Luke 14:28-30, Acts 6:1-7, I Cor. 12:28 

The gift of serving is the divine strength or ability to do small or great tasks in working for the overall good of the body of Christ. Acts 6:1-7, Romans 12:7, Galatians 6:10, II Tim. 1:16-18, Titus 3:14

The gift of discernment is the divine strength or ability to spiritually identify falsehood and to distinguish between right and wrong motives and situations. Matt. 16:21-23, Acts 5:1-11, 16:16-18, I Cor. 12:10, I John 4:1-6

The gift of mercy is the divine strength or ability to feel empathy and to care for those who are hurting in any way. Matt 9:35-36, Mark 9:41, Romans 12:8, I Thess. 5:14 

The gift of knowledge is the divine strength or ability to bring clarity and to understand situations and circumstances often accompanied by a word from God. Acts 5:1-11, I Cor. 12:8, Col 2:2-3


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