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Which Bible Character are You Most Like?

What Bible Character are You?
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Choose between 4 - 8 hobbies/interests.
Are you more naughty or nice?
What are your religious views?
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Marilyn, you are most like Jezebel from the Bible.


It’s interesting that you identify with a character who is considered to be more on the naughty side. Given your preference, a Bible character who comes to mind is Jezebel. Jezebel was a queen in the Old Testament, known for her manipulative and deceitful behavior. She was married to King Ahab, and her actions were often driven by a desire for power and control.

In the Bible, Jezebel is portrayed as a wicked and cunning figure. She infamously orchestrated the death of Naboth in order to seize his vineyard for her husband. Her deceitful nature and willingness to manipulate situations for her own gain are traits that might resonate with your self-identification as “naughty.”

Jezebel’s penchant for influencing others and her social standing as a queen may also align with your own social level of 4. You both have an interest in power dynamics and social influence, although for different reasons, of course.

While it’s important to note that the character of Jezebel is not typically viewed positively in the Bible, it’s worth considering what aspects of her story might resonate with you on a personal level. Furthermore, delving into her narrative could offer insight into the consequences of using manipulation and deceit to achieve personal goals.

In 1 Kings 21, the story of Naboth’s vineyard and Jezebel’s manipulation is detailed, shedding light on her cunning nature and the lengths to which she was willing to go to achieve her desires. Her portrayal in the Bible presents a cautionary tale about the repercussions of deceit and manipulation.

It’s important to remember that while identifying with certain characteristics of a biblical figure can be thought-provoking, it’s also crucial to consider the broader context and lessons that their stories convey.

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