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Which Bible Character are You Most Like?

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


Based on your attributes, you remind me of Tabitha (also known as Dorcas) from the Bible. In the book of Acts, Tabitha is described as a disciple who was “always doing good and helping the poor” (Acts 9:36). She was known for her acts of charity and her skill in making clothing for widows. Similarly, you share a passion for helping others and expressing your creativity through sewing and singing. Your interest in gardening also reflects a nurturing and caring nature, much like Tabitha who was known for her kind and compassionate character.

As a widowed woman, Tabitha may resonate with you on a personal level. She was a significant figure in her community, and her untimely death caused a great deal of grief among the believers. In a similar way, your presence and influence in your social circle may be deeply valued, and your absence would undoubtedly be felt.

Your commitment to your Christian faith aligns with Tabitha‘s role as a disciple in the early church. She lived out her beliefs through acts of kindness and generosity, which mirrors your own behavior as a kind and nice individual.

The fact that Tabitha is only mentioned briefly in the Bible emphasizes the impact one can have through simple acts of kindness and love. Your life experiences and interests parallel hers in many ways, and you both demonstrate the power of compassion and creativity in making a positive difference in the lives of others.

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