Assignment: Tasks and responsibilities entrusted to a chosen individual to carry out.
Correction: Discipline, chastisement, and punishment.
Discernment: The ability to judge well; common sense.
Education: Instructions, learning, teaching, mentoring, and coaching.
Encouragement: To give someone hope, motivation, support and inspiration.
Enemy: Any individual that hates or dislikes others due to jealousy, envy, ccompetition, or because they are intimidated because of an individual.
Faith: Believing for things which are hoped for, but not yet seen or manifested.
Humility: The state of being meek in all areas of a person’s life.
Love: Deep affection, intimacy, attachment, and feelings.
Opposition: Anything or anyone that comes against a person or thing at any given time.
Order: The proper or correct way in which something should be done.
Peace: The state of tranquility, calmness, and rest.
Prayer: Communication with God.
Purpose: The reason for which a person is created.
Relationship: The connection of people, in how they relate to one another.
Self-Control: The act of using and applying wisdom in thoughts, words, and deeds.
Speech: The ability to express thoughts and feelings by sounds.
Tests, Trials, and Tribulations: Life experiences of unhappiness, pain, suffering, sorrow, and grief.
The Mind: The mental capacity which causes an individual to act and respond in a certain way.
Trust: To believe without doubting; while also having peace of mind.
Wisdom: Knowledge and good judgment gained through life experiences which lead to growth and maturity.