I found a site that I think is very helpful. I started out looking at the page on adjectives and then discovered the entire site. It is chock full of information written in an accessible way. Good for both students and homeschool moms who put together their own studies.
Guide to Grammar and Writing
“Government, on the other hand, takes One Dollar, and redistributes something less than one dollar, as it must pay the costs to keep the bureaucracy running. In other words, one dollar investment results in less than a dollar’s worth of benefit.”
– Ocean Guy
Why government as a business is a losing proposition.
Administration/Ruling – 8
Discernment – 17
Evangelism – 18
Exhortation – 16
Faith – 23
Giving – 16
Helps/Serving/Ministering – 7
Knowledge – 15
Mercy – 14
Pastor/Teacher – 12
Teaching – 13
Wisdom – 11
Because I’ve been a Christian ( born-again spirit-filled by definition) since 1973 and I sought God on what my spiritual gifts were early on, I thought I would take the test ( I’ve taken others in Churches, etc) just to see how it stacks up.
The gift of faith being high on the list was no surprise, this I both knew and have had developed thoughout my time as a Christian. I wrote a post on the topic here.
Evangelism is something I have had both inner goads and decided efforts at developing, although I am not what I consider a standard evangelist, and even on the normal level I think I fall short. I can exhort, but that is not my forte… I would say I don’t like it at times… and in the spirtual gift of discernment I am not gifted, I have only the occasional manifestation that I think comes to believers in the normal way. Perhaps I just haven’t been open to its development. don’t know.
As tests go in this sort of thing I would not rate it more than average. I think spiritual gifts are folded into the larger framework of the type of person that God has made you. I think this because God has plans and an order for each person long before they know of those things.
In the development of using the gift of faith I have developed giving, and this was further underscored by the fact that my father was configured to be a giver, but had the negative aspects because he had not submitted himself to God.
Everyone is fitted for expression of God’s gifts, spiritual and practical, not everyone places themselves in His hands to find the full and true expression possible.
What an exciting thing when God’s gift is opened within us, though. Worth the discovery.
You scored 21% Cardinal, 51% Monk, 52% Lady, and 51% Knight!
You are a mystery, a jack-of-all-trades. You have the king’s ear, but
also listen to murmurings of the common folk. You believe in the value
of force and also literature. Truly you are the puzzlement of the age.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
|Link: The Who Would You Be in 1400 AD Test|
The only book which doesn’t take place in Narnia at all, per se, you’re the story of a voyage to find the end of the world and hopefully the Seven Lost Lords (remember Rhoop!). You contain some of the most unique people and places and beautiful descriptions of the whole series.
Sister Nail Gun of Enlightenment
This is for ♥Greg♥ , my favorite attiude problem.
I may be late, but eventually I nail it.
(but I really like this one: The Pepper Spray of Compassion)
And what is his alias? Sibling Cattle Prod of Courteous Debate.
You can get yours.
Unitarian isn’t your cup o’tea? You must be more the aggressive type, how about a Pirate name?
My pirate name is:
Iron Anne Cash
A pirate’s life isn’t easy; it takes a tough person. That’s okay with you, though, since you’re a tough person. You’re musical, and you’ve got a certain style if not flair. You’ll do just fine. Arr!
this has been my exercise in jumping the shark for today….
Brain Lateralization Test Results
|Right Brain (40%) The right hemisphere is the visual, figurative, artistic, and intuitive side of the brain.
Left Brain (46%) The left hemisphere is the logical, articulate, assertive, and practical side of the brain
Just one more…
Continue reading Right Brain Left Brain Huop Two Three Four
I was reading over at Magnificent Octopus and learned a word that is new to me, not just fuzzy. I don’t come across that many- which may say more of my reading material than anything else. Anyway, the word was ‘autodidact’ which when I found out what it meant, caused me to exclaim in my inner voice: that’s me!
n : a person who is self-taught
Although in a sense none of us are really autodidact anymore than we are truly auto-anything. But that is splitting hairs.
I will get back to some of the other material that I had been discussing, but decided to break from it a bit. I could explain why, but am not quite up to that. INSTEAD…how about another one of those online tests 🙂
Continue reading A New Word, and other distractions