Holy Spirit’s Gifts and Fruits comprises sanctifying gifts that get us closer to God to attain salvation, and fruits which are spiritual manifestations of the gifts.
Knowledge and Wisdom may evolve from sanctifying gifts to charisms with a shift in perspective from personal to communal for the benefit of the Church. Christ remains in the rescue, help and deliverance business, and if we surrender to the Holy Spirit we can carry the ministry of Christ on Earth.
“When we surrender to the Holy Spirit we receive His gifts in whatever combination He wants, and we become instruments of the Holy Spirit,” pursuant to the article Interaction with the Holy Spirit.
“There are different kinds of spiritual gifts, but they all come from the same Spirit. There are different ways to serve the same Lord, and we can each do different things. Yet the same God works in all of us and helps us in everything we do. The Spirit has given each of us a special way of serving others. Some of us can speak with wisdom, while others can speak with knowledge, but these gifts come from the same Spirit. To others the Spirit has given great faith or the power to heal the sick or the power to work mighty miracles. Some of us are prophets, and some of us recognize when God’s Spirit is present. Others can speak different kinds of languages, and still others can tell what these languages mean. But it is the Spirit who does all this and decides which gifts to give to each of us.” (1 Corinthians 12:4-11)
The passage focuses Charisms the Holy Spirit may impart in each Christian. They are major power gifts, supernatural and miraculous, emanating directly from the Holy Spirit. Revelation charisms comprise Knowledge, Wisdom and Discerning of Spirits; Power charisms comprise Faith, Healings and Miracles; and Vocal charisms comprise Prophecy, Tongues and Interpretation of Tongues.
“Do not neglect the gift you have, which was conferred on you through the prophetic word with the imposition of hands of the presbyterate. Be diligent in these matters, be absorbed in them, so that your progress may be evident to everyone. Attend to yourself and to your teaching; persevere in both tasks, for by doing so you will save both yourself ant those who listen to you.” (1 Timothy 4:14-16)