There is a part of me that is saying, when I grow up I want to be a giver. Yes, i know that is not biblical sound, and yes I am thankful (becoming anyway) for the way and who i was created to be.
Of the gifts so far, this one to me sounds amazing (when they have matured from the floors of the giver) which I find interesting me saying. No, I am not a giver, but i like a lot of the positives in this RG gift. And so look forward to the giver part of my spirit being more mature. I just re-read through the prophet and yep, that is me, I am not the giver.
I know I am not a giver because I can be conned, manipulated and guilt tripped into action....But the giver naturally does not let people sway them. So I really love this part of the giver. But with saying that, my Dad is helping me to grow up and stand for what i know needs to happen. That has actually just brought some healing, realising that it does not come natural to me to stand my ground....so to speak. Yes, i can be very hard on myself.
I also too love the generational worldview.... thinking about leaving a legacy for others to walk in, creating a nurturing environment, birthing, nurturing and protecting new things and ideas and being a peacemaker......ahhhhhhh
As I am reading through this study, I wonder if one of my daughters is a giver. But as she walked away from the Lord at 12, (like her mother) and took on a lot of the ways of the world and add into that brokenness and wounderness, I just wonder. I believe she was created for a generational worldview and preparing the way for others. And with pondering on this.....gives me hope for her.