MBTI Bible Study

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Myers Briggs : 

Myers Briggs MBTI Myers Briggs Type Indicator

????Psalm 139:13-18 : 

????Psalm 139:13-18

1 Corinthians 12:12-14 : 

1 Corinthians 12:12-14 For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ. For in the one Spirit we were all baptized into one body?Jews or Greeks, slaves or free?and we were all made to drink of one Spirit. Indeed, the body does not consist of one member but of many. .

Where do you get energy : 

Where do you get energy Extraversion (E) Introversion (I)

Extraversion : 

Extraversion People who prefer Extraversion like to focus on the outer world of people and activity. They direct their energy and attention outward and receive energy from interacting with people and from taking action.

Characteristics of Extraversion : 

Characteristics of Extraversion Attuned to external environment Prefer to communicate by talking Work out ideas by talking them through Learn best through doing or discussing Have broad interests Sociable and expressive Readily take initiative in work and relationships

Introversion : 

Introversion People who prefer Introversion like to focus on their own inner world of ideas and experiences. They direct their energy and attention inward and receive energy from reflection on their thoughts, memories, and feelings.

Characteristics of Introversion : 

Characteristics of Introversion Drawn to their inner world Prefer to communicate in writing Work out ideas by reflection on them Learn best by reflection, mental practice Focus in depth on their interests Private and contained Take initiative when the situation or issue is very important to them

How do you prefer to take in information? : 

How do you prefer to take in information? Sensing (S) Intuition (N)

Sensing : 

Sensing People who prefer Sensing like to take in information that is real and tangible- what is actually happening. They are observant about the specifics of what is going on around them and are especially attuned to practical realities.

Characteristics of Sensing : 

Characteristics of Sensing Oriented to present realities Factual and concrete Focus on what is real and actual Observe and remember specifics Build carefully and thoroughly toward conclusions Understand ideas and theories through practical applications Trust experience

Intuition : 

Intuition People who prefer Intuition like to take in information by seeing the big picture, focussing on the relationships and connections between the facts. They want to grasp patterns and are especially attuned to seeing new possibilities.

Characteristics of Intuition : 

Characteristics of Intuition Oriented to future possibilities Imaginative and verbally creative Focus on the patters and meanings in data Remember specifics when they relate to a pattern Move quickly to conclusions, follow hunches Want to clarify ideas and theories before putting them into practice Trust inspiration

How do you make decisions? : 

How do you make decisions? Thinking (T) Feeling (F)

Thinking : 

Thinking People who prefer to use Thinking in decision making like to look at the logical consequences of a choice or action. They want to mentally remove themselves from the situation to examine the pros and cons objectively. They are energized by critiquing and analyzing to identify what’s wrong with something so they can solve the problem. Their goal is to find a standard or principle that will apply in all similar situations.

Characteristics of Thinking : 

Characteristics of Thinking Analytical Use cause-and-effect reasoning Solve problems with logic Strive for an objective standard of truth Reasonable Can be tough minded Fair-want everyone treated equally

Feeling : 

Feeling People who prefer to use Feeling in decision making like to consider what is important to them and to others involved. They mentally place themselves into the situation to identify with everyone so they can make decisions based on their values about honoring people. They are energized by appreciating and supporting others and look for qualities to praise. Their goal is to create harmony and treat each person as a unique individual.

Characteristics of Feeling : 

Characteristics of Feeling Empathetic Guided by personal values Assess impacts of decisions on people Strive for harmony and positive interactions Compassionate May appear “tenderhearted” Fair-want everyone treated as an individual

How do you deal with the outer world : 

How do you deal with the outer world Judging (J) Perceiving (P)

Judging : 

Judging People who prefer to use their Judging process in the outer world like to live in a planned, orderly way, seeking to regulate and manage their lives. They want to make decisions, come to closure, and move on. Their lives tend to be structured and organized, and they like to have things settled. Sticking to a plan and schedule is very important to them, and they are energized by getting things done.

Characteristics of Judging : 

Characteristics of Judging Scheduled Organize their lives Systematic Methodical Make short and long term plans Like to have things decided Try to avoid last minute stresses

Perceiving : 

Perceiving People who prefer to use their Perceiving process in the outer world like to live in a flexible, spontaneous way, seeking to experience and understand life, rather than control it. Detailed plans and final decisions feel confining to them; they prefer to stay open to new information and last minute options. They are energized by their resourcefulness in adapting to the demands of the moment.

Characteristics of Perceiving : 

Characteristics of Perceiving Spontaneous Flexible Causal Open-ended Adapt, change course Like things loose and open to change Feel energized by last minute pressures

What it does not mean : 

What it does not mean Extravert does not mean talkative or loud Introvert does not mean shy or inhibited Feeling does not mean emotional Judging does not mean judgmental Perceiving does not mean perceptive

SP Sprituality : 

SP Sprituality Action ?God as love Prayer: informal, spontaneous, practical Spirit-filled, Creation-centered, incarnational Loving Service...work = prayer Heresy = Enthusiasm

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