Among Christians, there are a lot of differing beliefs about spiritual gifts. This article is not meant to be an exhaustive biblical study on spiritual gifts. Rather, the point of this article is to help you identify what gift God has called you to use as you seek to glorify him.
So here are 4 signs God is revealing your spiritual gift to you.
Here are 4 signs God is preparing to use you in a public way.
2 Peter 1:5-7
Perhaps you wanted start a new ministry, perhaps you wanted to start pursuing a dating relationship, or perhaps you even wanted to get more serious with someone you really like. Whatever it may be, there are seasons where God may tell us we are not ready but then later on he will let us know when we are ready.
So here are 4 common signs God often uses to let us know we are now ready for that thing we were not ready for before.
2 Corinthians 5:18-21
In most cases, when something happened that caused you to feel like you truly needed to block someone from your life, it is very rare that anything will change that in the future.
Here are 5 things God will often show you when he is exposing a liar to you.
1 Peter 4:10
Perhaps one of the most helpful points to make when trying to figure out your calling is to define the differences between your “purpose” and your “calling.”
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Here are 3 signs God is going to turn the evil someone meant for you into good instead.
In this article, I’m not using the word “vision” in the supernatural way or the prophetic way. While I believe that throughout history God has given people visions as recorded in the Bible, in this article I’m simply using the word “vision” to mean “a specific goal or outcome God wants you to pursue for the future that is not yet fully realized in your present.”