Which Impactful Biblical Character Are You?
By: Tasha Moore
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About This Quiz
We can guess just how much of a natural-born influencer you are in the faith. Do you change the world like your favorite, or not-so-favorite, biblical characters? This personality quiz measures your level of holy in a super fun way! Confirm that Apostle Paul isn't the only one who can motivate others to adhere to spiritual discipline. Maybe you sacrifice most of your time to uphold the leaders in your church and community like Mary Magdalene did for Jesus during his ministry and beyond? Let us show you the way ...
The impactful deeds of Bible people helped to mold the cherished narrative that so many people enjoy and rely on today. All believers should gauge if they measure up to standards put in place when the early church first began. Persecution of the early Christians happened regularly back then, and harboring even an iota of their spiritual or mental fortitude means that you are doing a few things right as far as the faith is concerned.
Know that the Bible scripture now lives through you and others like you who carry the bright light of faith. It's never too late to mimic the remarkable figures of the Good Book who helped change the course of history. Don't just read about them; see how much you are them by the end of this test!
Are you fascinated by religious doctrine?
Is there any money in that?
Only if the doctrine is about practical things that most people can relate to
I'd rather keep my religion simple.
Should believers remain long-suffering no matter what?
Absolutely not. Get while the gettin' is good!
I used to dish out some serious suffering.
Believers shall be victorious, but with patience.
I've never given it that much thought.
Do you think that people should seek to behave like God?
They should try as best as they can.
There's no other way to live.
If that's what Jesus would want, I'll do it.
How do you react to those who mock your beliefs?
I try to appeal to their convictions.
Do you feel it is your life's mission to warn others of impending doom?
I teach others how to warn the masses.
That's my life's mission in a nutshell.
I know of someone who has warned people better than I ever could.
What's the best way to spot a false teacher?
If money is their first priority, I'd befriend them but you avoid them.
People who are obsessed with status are usually false.
Anyone who says they have something new to offer is likely a false teacher.
Those who teach anything that is too complex to comprehend is usually suspect.
Can you recall a time when you were punished for adhering to your beliefs?
I avoid punishment at all costs.
My reputation was not spared.
I questioned the religious leaders of my church, and they made an example of me.
Whenever my religious leaders are punished, I suffer.
Suffering adversity to uphold the faith is venerable, but is there any kind of persecution that you will not tolerate?
If I pay by cash, I demand to get all the change that I am due!
There's no way to control adversity. Trying to do so defeats the whole purpose.
I'm game for it all. BRING IT!
I'd rather not endure any of it, but I see it coming in vivid fashion.
Before you got serious about your faith, how did you spend most of your time?
I never stopped being serious about my money — faith, or no faith.
I didn't do much of anything.
Are any of your family members down with the faith?
My family doesn't understand my faith.
Fellow believers are my family.
Do you tend to make serious decisions on the spur of the moment?
I only make well-thought-through decisions based on law and doctrine.
That's something I'm working on.
It pays more to be patient.
How would you describe the most recent miracle that you witnessed?
My bank account remains in good standing. GLORY!
It's a miracle that some of my students can't absorb what I teach them.
It's a miracle that I'm terrified of natural things, like water and animals.
I only consider the acts of Jesus to be true miracles.
Have you ever sabotaged a good thing from happening to you?
If it smells like money's coming my way, I never sabotage the transaction.
In the long run, it was for my own good.
I lose faith in the midst of the blessings, but I'm working on fixing that.
If I do what Jesus would do, there's no chance of sabotage.
What percentage of loyalty do you extend to your leaders?
50%; I probably could do a better job at leading others than most people.
Are you more critical of your own actions or the actions of others?
Who cares about any of that?
I'm mostly concerned with the consequences of everyone's actions.
How do you reconcile your need for money with maintaining strong faith?
Money comes first! No reconciliation is necessary.
God will provide. Faith first!
Money will not save you. Trust in God!
Do what Jesus says and you will have everything that you need.
Are you the jealous type?
I am, but I still look good.
I used to be quite envious before I was saved.
There's no time for jealousy. We need to get right with God now.
I've always endured jealousy from others, so I abstain from it.
Do you ever brag about your sin?
Whoever is paying for my story ... SOLD!
I testify that I am changed from my wicked ways. That's not bragging.
I cower in shame for the sum of my sins.
Jesus would never brag about anything.
What do you consider to be your best attribute?
I do all things better than everyone else.
Not many people are as good with words.
My level of commitment is second only to one.
Have your actions ever resulted in a major change?
Are we talking big coins or petty change?
Back in the day, I caused huge changes in people's lives.
My actions have always resulted in tremendous good.
Under what circumstances are you ever shy about what you believe in?
I'm aggressive, no matter if I'm right or wrong. But I'm usually right.
Nothing makes me shy when it comes to my faith.
Sometimes certain people bring the shyness out of me.
I'm always bold with my belief in Jesus.
Complete this sentence: "Vengeance is ________."
A waste of time in the long run
What else changed when you came into the faith?
Is it ever OK to snitch on those who are not following divine law?
"Paid informant" is more like it.
Snitching used to be my favorite pastime. Now I have more compassion.
Have you ever disparaged anyone with your mental might?
I'd rather count my coins than devalue others.
Please stop the temptation! I'm feeling that itch again.
I hope so. We all need to get a grip on reality before it's too late.
We've all fallen short of God's grace.
What is the most humble gig that you've done?
If by "humble" you mean "for no money," then I never have.
I worked with outdoorsy equipment.
I worked with the less fortunate.
It will forever be to follow Jesus.
Sometimes we mistaken evil for good. Will you admit that this has happened to you?
Pay me and I'll tell you if that's true.
I did so in the past, but I'm trying to make up for that now.
You nor I have yet to see the brand of evil that's coming our way.
That never happens when you follow Christ.
Are you popular among your peers?
No matter how hard I try, I'm never popular.
Popularity won't save you.
Are you among the elite at your church?
If by "elite" you mean moneyed, then yeah.
I'm an elite of one, no matter where I tread.
I tell too much truth, so I fall out of favor quickly.
If you're honest, would Jesus approve of you?
I follow and teach his ways, so my math looks good.
One day we all will know for sure.
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