Who Am I?
Who are you? Before you answer that question think about whose you are. Are you a student, a daughter, an athlete, an artist, a musician, or a best friend? Does God look at you and say “there’s my favorite musician, or whatever your title may be?” I bet he’s saying something more along the lines of “There is my child, whom I love.” He may have given you many traits to succeed as one of those titles, but your identity runs much deeper that that. You are God’s daughter. You are a child of the one true King, the maker of heaven and earth. You were chosen and you are a new creation. (2 Corinthians 5:17)
I am God’s child -John 1:12
God needed you and has a purpose for you and he makes no mistakes. Before your life began, the end of your story was written. All of the ups and downs, twists and turns, and everything in between were carefully chosen and allowed in order to shape you into the person God needed you to become. He made a plan to grow you into a unique bundle of light to shine throughout. You are God’s workmanship. (Ephesians 2:10). He took great care in weaving you into his plan.
Answering the question of who you are is not an easy question to answer.
Your parents were uniquely chosen for you, to mold you and send you into the world. God made no mistakes in creating you.
So ask yourself…
Who am I?
If you lost everything today, who would you be?