An enhancement is considered a spiritual gift if it represents one of the gifts of the Spirit listed in the Bible. Spiritual gifts can be found in Romans 12. The following are recorded: prophesying (v. 6), serving (v. 7), teaching (v. 7), encouraging (v. 8), giving (v. 8), leadership (v. 8), and mercy (v. 8). I Corinthians 12 specifies the following as spiritual gifts: message of wisdom (v. 8), message of knowledge (v. 8), special faith (v. 9), power to heal the sick (v. 9), ability to perform miracles (v. 10), prophecy (v. 10), discernment (v. 10), and foreign tongues (v. 10). The Redemption® card Spiritual Gifts uses the verse Galatians 5:22-23 which would make the following spiritual gifts as well: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control, long-suffering, meekness, and temperance. 1 Corinthians 12:8 lists wisdom. Finally, Ephesians 4:7-16 lists the following gifts: apostle (v. 11), prophecy (v. 11), evangelism (v. 11), and pastoral and teaching (v. 11).
The Redemption® cards that represent on of the gifts are as follows.
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