Bible Study Lessons


 Part 1The Incredible Good News of the Gospel 

Part 2

Experiencing the Power of the Gospel

 Part 3Biblical Doctrines in the Light of the Gospel 

Part 4―Last Day Events (Eschatology)

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Other Spiritual Gifts

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There are (8) spiritual gifts, some are repeated again, in 1st Corinthians chapter 12 (v. 27-31).


1 Cor 12  (v. 27) Now you are the body of Christ, and members individually....


Apostles - literally means “one sent forth” or messenger, missionary.  

An apostle establishes and builds churches; he is a church planter.[1] 

( Repeated in Ephesians chpt 4 )


Prophets - to speak forth the message of God to His people.[2]  Providing leadership over church bodies and maintaining authority over spiritual matters pertaining to the church.[2]  ( Repeated in Ephesians chpt 4 )


Teachers - the ability to explain clearly the Word of God and to effectively apply that truth to our life.  The teacher and the pastor are often a shared office, but not always.  He delights in research to validate truth.[1]  

( Repeated in Ephesians chpt 4 )


Miracles - to be enabled by God to perform mighty deeds which witnesses acknowledge to be of supernatural origin.[2]  God working through the believer’s faith, used to bring glory to the Father in heaven.  ( Repeated in 1 Corinthians chpt 12 )


Healing - the divine enablement to be God’s channel to restore people to health[3], also brings glory to God (Acts 3: 1-9).  This is supernatural healing, beyond natural means, given by the Spirit.[1]  ( Repeated in 1 Corinthians chpt 12 )


Helps - to support people, the ability to meet the practical, everyday needs of people around you through selfless service.[3]  To render assistance to others in the body, so as to free them up for ministry.[2]


Administration - the ability to steer the body toward the accomplishment of God-given directives.[2]  To organize and manage, working with and through others to achieve goals.[3] 


Tongues - the ability to speak in a language unknown to the hearers, but known only to those who speak that language (Acts 2: 4-11).





3. Kim Johnson. (1997). Spiritual Body Building Manual, p.125-126, Review and Herald Graphics.

Image #1: Ministry Tools Resource Center, (2013). Members do not all have the same function. Retrieved from




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