Administration, Apostle, Leadership, Pastoring, Teaching
Craftsmanship, Giving, Helping, Hospitality, Serving
Encouragement, Healing, Mercy, Music, Prophecy
Evangelism, Faith, Miracles, Missions, Tongues
Those with the gifts of salvation will find themselves easily able to demonstrate God’s presence to others and share their faith with passion and intensity.
Evangelism – (Eph 4.11-12, 2 Timothy 4.5, Acts 21.8)
The gift to share the Gospel with unbelievers with the hope that the unbeliever will become a disciple of Jesus Christ. To bring good tidings of salvation.
Faith – (1 Cor 12.9, Heb 11.1,6, Philippians 3.9, Luke 17.5, Romans 10.17)
The gift to believe with extraordinary confidence in God’s promises, power and presence in order to honor God, inspire others, and build up the church.
Miracles – (1 Cor 12.10, John 20.30-31, Acts 19.11, Psalm 77.14, Acts 2.22)
The gift of performing supernatural acts through the power of the Holy Spirit to further the Kingdom, give glory to God, and to convert unbelievers.
Missions – (Matt 28.18-20, Acts 1.8, 22.21, 1 Cor 9.19-23, Mark 13.10, 16.15)
The gift of being ‘sent forth’ to minister in another culture, people group or nation, while utilizing a wide range of spiritual gifts.
Tongues – (1 Cor 12.10-11, 28-31, 1 Cor 14.1-5, 13-22, Acts 2.1-13, 10.44-46)
The gift to speak in an unknown language, derived from the Holy Spirit, for the sole purpose of witnessing for salvation, building up of the church, and prayer.
Therefore, my brothers and sisters, be eager to prophesy, and do not forbid speaking in tongues.But everything should be done in a fitting and orderly way.
I CORINTHIANS 14: 39-40