Hearing God´s Voice – In Christ : Motive Gifts Giving and Administration

By , 26 September 2012

People with a giving motive gift perform the function of extended arms, while people with the gift of administration serve as the shoulders of the body of Christ.


How to Hear God’s Voice—In Christ – Facilitator Manual,
Main Principle for Lesson 6

Giving Motive Gift

The real motivation behind those who have the gift of giving is to support others by sharing what they have. They are not gullible—they have insight about when and whom to help. (more…)

Hearing Gods Voice – In Christ : Motive Gifts Teaching and Exhortation

By , 19 September 2012

People with the teaching motive gift perform the function of the mind for the body of Christ, while exhorters act as the mouth.


How to Hear God’s Voice—In Christ – Facilitator Manual,
Main Principle for Lesson 5

Teaching—People with this gift act as the head of the body of Christ by clarifying truth and increasing people’s understanding of God’s Word. (more…)

How to Hear God´s Voice – In Christ : Motive Gifts Perception and Serving

By , 12 September 2012

People with a perception motive gift perform the function of the eye for the body of Christ, while servers perform the function of the hands.


How to Hear God’s Voice—In Christ – Facilitator Manual,
Main Principle for Lesson 4

As we read Luke 3:2–20, we can conclude that John the Baptist had the motive gift of perception (prophecy).

Perception (Prophecy) Motive Gift

People with this gift have an acute intuitive sense about the true condition and position of people and situations in relation to God. (more…)

How to Hear God´s Voice – Motive Gifts

By , 05 September 2012

God has given each of us in-born gifts that we should use to build up the body of Christ. Discovering how god has gifted each of us can promote unity because then we can better understand and help one another.


How to Hear God’s Voice—In Christ – Facilitator Manual,
Main Principle for Lesson 3

Our motivational gifts activate what we do naturally because God has placed them in us by virtue of creation. They inspire us to act and react without much thinking. It does´nt take a conscious effort for us to function as God has designed.

  1. Our motivational gifts are the things that naturally move us.
  2. God wants to anoint our motivational gifts with His Spirit.
  3. We need to depend on others to complement and balance our gifts.

The Motive Gifts – Romans 12:6-8

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