I want to help the youth find out what their gifts are. I need some advice, do you think these questions and scripture will help God’s Children find their gifts? I was thinking about passing these out to the kids at church. Try this your self and see if you can find your gift from God. 

 

Do you know what your gift is from God? After you answer the main questions, I need you to answer these questions so we can see what your gift is. 

1.) What do you like to do for fun?

A. Shop

B. Read Books

C. Write poetry, lyrics, or write anything

D. Help people

E. Share encouraging stories

F. Teach others about encouraging topics

 

2.) What do you think helping people means?

 

3.) How many people have you helped and were they happy?

 

4.) Do you think helping people is a good thing or is that being too nice?

 

5.) Do you love being around your family?

 

6.) What do you think your talents are?

 

7.) What is your family best known for?

 

8.) Do you come up with great ideas? What was one of them?

 

9.) Would you rather volunteer or work for money?

 

10.) Is having a positive mindset a good thing? Is having a negative mindset a bad thing?

 

 

11.) Are you a selfish person or a caring person?

 

 

12.) Who do you look up to and why?

 

 

13.) Would you rather go to church or hang with friends?

 

 

14.) Why do you go to Church, is it for God or to find friends?

 

15.) What do you like seeing when you go to church?

 

16.) Does God comfort us?

 

 

17.) Do you read the bible?

 

18.) What is your favorite scripture? Why is it your favorite scripture?

 

 

19.) What do you consider a good thing?

 

20.) What is a preacher supposed to do that will help people?

 

 

21.) What is the definition of the word ¨Gift¨?

 

 

22.) What is the definition of the word ¨Talent¨?

 

23.) What are you known for?

 

24.) What is your purpose on this Earth?

 

25.) Why do you think God created you? 

 

Every good gift and every perfect (free, large, full) gift is from above; it comes down from the Father of all [that gives] light, in [the shining of] Whom there can be no variation [rising or setting] or shadow cast by His turning [as in an eclipse]. James 1: 17

 

 

 

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