Which Christian Worship Song Describes Your Life?

By: Tasha Moore

Which Christian Worship Song Describes Your Life?
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About This Quiz

Just as there are many types of worship songs, there are many personalities that make up a church congregation. Which one are you, the faith-confident type or a supreme doubter? Are you more likely to ask for help from others, or are you more likely to help others? Which worship song best suits your faith personality? This personality quiz will help you to answer these questions and more.

To narrow down your unique personality traits, this test poses various church scenarios and asks what you would do in these settings. What better place to observe human behavior than in a church, right? You can find all kinds of personality types there under one high holy roof. This quiz covers Holy Communion practices, feet-washing tendencies, and other Jesus rituals. The question "What would Jesus do" has never been more appropriate than in a spiritual test such as this. 

This quiz is as accurate as you are forthcoming with answers. So be as frank as possible and have fun reflecting on all those awkward, tense and joyous moments you've experienced during church time. At the end of it all, you'll see which worship song best describes you. Scroll on to determine your personal faith song!



When you receive the blessings you asked for, which statement best describes your feelings?
I knew that God would do it!
Thanks, God, but why did I have to suffer?
I don't dwell on blessings.
"Amazing Grace. How sweet the sound!"

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In times of adversity, what do you encourage others to do?
Keep praying.
Dwell on the bad stuff that happened.
Forget about your trouble.
Question if God truly exists.

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What kind of thoughts does a brimstone and fire sermon inspire in you?
That only happens to people who sin really bad.
That's why I stay prayed up.
Where does it say that in the Bible?
What a terrible place hell must be.

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If a friend asks you, in confidence, to pray for their sick mother, what do you do?
Get details about the mother's circumstances.
You say you will pray, but will forget to do so.
Tell other members about the sick mom.
Discuss how you had a similar illness.

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What do you think about when you see someone in need asking for spare change?
God is in the blessing business, so I will give.
Why would God allow such suffering?
That person must be getting a lot of money.
I remember when I was in need.

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In the middle of a Sunday service, the pastor asks you to say a few words of encouragement. What is your first reaction?
Why me?
I'm ready to speak about the goodness of God.
I'm ready to talk about my woes.
I'll dash to the bathroom instead.

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During church service, how do you use your mobile phone?
I don't use a phone during church.
I use my device to look up scriptures and Bible commentary.
I catch up on my favorite reality shows, but I keep the volume low.
I'm texting my friends to arrange an outing for later.

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You notice that a fellow church member has dropped an expensive silk scarf, how do you react?
I wonder if the scarf will match my suit.
I stop what I'm doing to retrieve the scarf and take it to the member.
I throw a church bulletin over the scarf so no one else can see the scarf.
I contemplate why other people get to have nice things but I don't.

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A church service is running 30 minutes late. What goes through your mind?
I usually leave early.
I don't even notice the time.
Does God approve of this tardiness?
I'm so tired and hungry.

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Someone has started a nasty rumor about you in church, what do you do?
I confront whoever started the rumor in the middle of church service.
I wonder if the rumor may have some truth to it.
If it doesn't have anything to do with God, I want no part of it.
I say nothing and suffer the humiliation in silence.

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A nervous ten year old from Sunday school is reciting a Bible verse in front of the church for the first time but is stumbling over words. What do you think about the ordeal?
This is a huge waste of time.
Maybe I should help that poor child.
I remember how bad I felt when I did the same thing.
Why would God allow child to be so nervous?

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During a sermon, your pastor teaches the congregation that Moses killed the Philistine Goliath. What's your reaction?
I say, "Amen," then think, "Who's Moses?"
I'll write a note with the words, "David slew Goliath, 1 Samuel 17:50," and quietly pass it to a deacon.
I'll ponder why God allows murder to happen.
I'll reflect on the last time I was terribly ill.

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You finally make it to church on Sunday only to find a visitor sitting in your usual spot in the pew. What do you do?
I immediately start plotting my revenge.
I find another seat and remain upset throughout service.
I welcome the visitor and sit right next to them.
I inform the visitor that they're sitting in my seat and wait for them to get up.

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The praise and worship dance team is making a presentation during Easter service in front of distinguished guests, and they keep messing up their routine. What is your reaction?
I laugh out loud. I wouldn't want the visitor to think I had anything to do with this disaster.
I encourage the dance team by clapping.
I'm upset that I wasn't invited to dance with the team this Sunday.
I wonder where in the Bible God condones dancing.

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At the post-service brunch, you grab a plate and join the line to receive food, but an usher asks that you wait for the guests to eat first. How do you react?
I ignore the usher and go after the biggest slice of cake.
I ask the usher why they're saying this to me and not the other church members in line.
I already know to wait for the guests to eat.
I defiantly leave my current position, then skip to the front of the line.

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The night before church service, you receive a voicemail from a deaconess to asking that you wear all white clothing to church. What do you do?
I delete the message, then pull out my gray suit for church the next day.
I call the deaconess back to ask if off-white is also suitable.
I think about how badly I need a makeover.
I call the pastor to ask why this is a requirement.

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What do you do if immediately before service the pastor's wife greets everyone in the pew but you?
I stand up and shout, "What am I, chopped liver?"
I tremble in agony because of the rejection.
I greet the pastor's wife after she has greeted the others in the pew.
I storm out of the church.

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A young mother sitting behind you is having a difficult time with her screaming toddler during service. What is your reaction?
I turn around and glare at the mother.
I turn around and offer to help with the child.
I slowly get up and leave. I need to hear what's going on, but this child disturbs me.
I wonder if the scripture I just heard is consistent with scriptures about the same subject.

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Which is a good reason to miss church service?
Contagious illness
The sun is shining too brightly.
Feeling grumpy
In light of a current personal crisis, God probably doesn't care anyways.

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You ate a full plate of the church's free Sunday dinner and want more, but there are still people who haven't eaten yet. What is your first reaction.
I think that I should get seconds first. I've been a member longer than anyone else.
I wait until I am sure that everyone has eaten first.
I'm one of those members who hasn't eaten yet.
I slip a dollar to one of the servers to grab me some food before it runs out.

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At the end of service, it begins to rain outside and you are one of several people who have an umbrella. Do you help escort other church members to their cars in the parking lot?
Sure, if they pay me.
I don't have an umbrella. I'm going to get soaked!
I make an announcement at the church door to encourage people with umbrellas to help others.
I hide my umbrella in my jacket so nobody sees it.

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During the offering, you notice a teenager stealing a dollar from the collection plate. What do you do?
I whisper to the teen one of the Ten Commandments, "Thou shalt not steal."
I stand up and make a public accusation.
I wonder if the teen took the dollar that I placed in the collection plate.
I quietly bribe the teen for half of the loot.

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A fellow member that often snubs you returns to service from the restroom with their suit jacket turned up in the rear. Do you inform this person?
I quietly slip them a note asking them to fix their clothing.
I chuckle to myself and enjoy the scenery.
I wonder, "What would Jesus do?"
I remember the last time I was publicly embarrassed.

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The pastor informs the church that someone stole money from the building fund. What is your first question to the pastor?
How much money do you need?
Did you use that money for your home-building fund?
Why don't we raise money to help the needy first like it says in the Bible?
Do you think that I stole the money?

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A member of the church choir is singing a solo off key. What do you do?
I listen for the inspirational words in the worship song. I don't care about the singing.
I start looking in the Bible for a scriptural reference for the song.
I cup my hand around my mouth and start howling like a wolf.
I grab the microphone from the "singer" then audition my new pop song to the congregation.

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During Sunday service, you notice a church member in front of you sleeping with their mouth wide open and their head cocked back. Do you wake them up?
Yes, after I dangle a crucifix in their mouth for giggles.
I use a church bulletin to mask their face while I nudge them awake.
As I look at them, it makes me so sleepy...
I wonder how often Jesus slept.

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A needy person comes into the church during service and asks random church members for money. What is your response?
I use my phone to call 9-1-1.
I record the incident with my phone's camera, then I post the video onto my social media page.
I slip money in a church bulletin, hand it to the person and invite them to sit with me for service and supper.
I wonder if this person is an angel sent by God to test the church.

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What sermon theme inspires you the most?
A downtrodden believer struggles to make ends meet
A downtrodden believer beats the odds through prayer and with God's help
What sermon?
A downtrodden believer worries about getting into heaven

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It's time to wash one another's feet to exercise humility in the church. The ritual is not required, so do you volunteer to wash a fellow member's feet?
Pee-yew! No way!
I'll roll up my sleeves, because Jesus preached humility.
I'd question who translated the Bible. Did Jesus really want us to wash feet?
I don't want anyone to see my feet.

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During Holy Communion, do you drink from the same wine chalice as the other church members?
I make sure I'm the first to take communion.
If Jesus did it, why wouldn't I do it?
No. I doubt Jesus would do the same in the 21st century.
I would wipe off the cup with sanitizing gel before taking a sip.

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