The Divine Truth is that humans are born with their natural talents, which manifest themselves in the lives of both saved and unsaved people, but spiritual gifts only will manifest in the lives of saved (justified) believers, AFTER these Holy Spirit-indwelt believers have received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit—the fullness of the Holy Spirit! That is to say, the Holy Spirit comes to live inside born again and saved (justified) believers, and with Him comes the potential for believers to be all God has created them to be. However, to be frank, the indwelt Holy Spirit ONLY can deposit inside of believers their potential spiritual gifts. It then takes the Baptism of the Holy Spirit to release those deposited gifts so that believers’ spiritual gifts then can manifest themselves into their lives!
Legends have it that Valentine’s Day is a celebration of the sacrificial kind of love St. Valentine (a Roman priest, Italian bishop, and/or a martyr living in a Roman province in Africa) demonstrated when he laid down his life for his friends. This is why Valentine’s Day is all about love, and why this holiday has become to be all about giving the best valentine gift, as well as why that best valentine gift is considered to be the gift of ourselves, which we give to the ones we love the most.
The original Lord’s Supper was part of the Jewish Passover meal. It is mentioned in the Scriptures that, while the Lord’s 12 disciples were eating their meal, contextually speaking, their Passover meal, Jesus the Christ shared with them another meal, which they consumed a few hours before He was crucified (cf. Matthew 26:26-30; Mark 14:22-26; Luke 22:17-22). Thus, when it also is mentioned in the Scriptures that the earliest first century Spirit-filled disciples met daily in homes for teaching, praying, witnessing, and socially encouraging fellowship or koinonia, then it stands to reason that these disciples would have incorporated the Lord’s Supper within their daily common meals (cf. Acts 2:41-46), because there can be no doubt that the Lord’s Supper still was fresh on at least His 11 initial disciples’ minds!