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Which Bible Character are You Most Like?

What Bible Character are You?
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Are you more naughty or nice?
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Tj, you are most like Tabitha from the Bible.


It sounds like you share some similarities with Tabitha from the Bible. Also known as Dorcas, she was a woman known for her kindness and good works. Acts 9:36 describes her as “always doing good and helping the poor.” This aligns with your behavior as a nice person who likely enjoys helping others. Like you, she also had a passion for making things, as she was known for her skill in sewing and making garments for widows in need.

As a widowed woman, Tabitha might resonate with you on a personal level. Her story takes a miraculous turn when she is brought back to life by the Apostle Peter in Acts 9:36-42, showing that even in the face of loss and hardship, there is hope for restoration.

Given your interest in gardening, you might also appreciate the fact that Tabitha was known for her acts of mercy and charity, which can be seen as a form of nurturing and tending to the needs of others. This aligns with the nurturing aspect of gardening and caring for living things.

Your love for reading and writing can also be connected to Tabitha as she represents a story of faith and restoration, which are themes often found in biblical literature. She’s a reminder that no matter what trials we face, there’s always the potential for a new chapter to be written.

Your Christian faith ties in with Tabitha‘s story as well, as she was a beloved member of the early Christian community in Joppa. Her impact and the significance of her restoration serve as a testament to the power of faith and the influence of a good Christian example.

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