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Who are you?

 

I am,

 

I am a number on a scale.

 

I am a rate of 1-10.

 

I am a major of a type of knowledge.

 

I am my age.

 

I am my hair color.

 

I am just my likes and dislikes.

 

I am just another person passing by.

 

 

But who are you?

 

 

I am my race.

 

I am my religion.

 

I am my occupation.

 

I am my ability.

 

I am my disability.

 

I am my status.

 

I am my struggles.

 

I am my talents.

 

I am my weakness.

 

I am my sexuality.

 

I am my emotions.

 

I am my potential.

 

I am just my worldview.

 

I am just my appearance on the outside.

 

Just another person passing by.

 

 

But who are you?

 

This is what you allow to define you,

 

is this really it?

 

 

Who are you really?

 

Are you just a number?

 

Are you just your strengths and weaknesses?

 

 

Are you just another person defining themselves by deception?

 

 

I don’t think our Father made his children from numbers or passing positions.

 

We all possess a deeper identity but search for it in a mislead expedition.

 

You are so much more than a number, than a status, than a worldview.

 

You are a child of God - there’s a greater plan to your life than it ending in a cheap analytic review.

 

You are made of the worth that Jesus has paid for you many years ago.

 

It’s freely given, so freely receive.

 

There’s much more to hearing my words though, words are cheap,

 

So you’ve got to believe.

 

You must know who you are and whose you are.

 

We need a revelation of our worth or we will settle for less than our true value.

 

Your value doesn’t have a number on it, it’s too great to count.

 

But you are a child of the living God, chosen and set free.

 

Be abandoned of your old self and find your real identity.

 

 

Who are you?

 

I am,

 

I am not just a rate.

 

I am not just a status.

 

I am not my struggles.

 

I am not my talents.

 

I am not just another person passing by.

 

I am a child of God,

 

And i have a purpose.

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Maddy, I moved this also to stories. Written works are not allowed in the writers forum, just discussion. I hope you'll hop over to Meet and Greet and introduce yourself so everyone will know you are here and can welcome you. Oh, and I love the hat! :)

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Who are you?

 

I am,

 

I am a number on a scale.

 

I am a rate of 1-10.

 

I am a major of a type of knowledge.

 

I am my age.

 

I am my hair color.

 

I am just my likes and dislikes.

 

I am just another person passing by.

 

 

But who are you?

 

 

I am my race.

 

I am my religion.

 

I am my occupation.

 

I am my ability.

 

I am my disability.

 

I am my status.

 

I am my struggles.

 

I am my talents.

 

I am my weakness.

 

I am my sexuality.

 

I am my emotions.

 

I am my potential.

 

I am just my worldview.

 

I am just my appearance on the outside.

 

Just another person passing by.

 

 

But who are you?

 

This is what you allow to define you,

 

is this really it?

 

 

Who are you really?

 

Are you just a number?

 

Are you just your strengths and weaknesses?

 

 

Are you just another person defining themselves by deception?

 

 

I don’t think our Father made his children from numbers or passing positions.

 

We all possess a deeper identity but search for it in a mislead expedition.

 

You are so much more than a number, than a status, than a worldview.

 

You are a child of God - there’s a greater plan to your life than it ending in a cheap analytic review.

 

You are made of the worth that Jesus has paid for you many years ago.

 

It’s freely given, so freely receive.

 

There’s much more to hearing my words though, words are cheap,

 

So you’ve got to believe.

 

You must know who you are and whose you are.

 

We need a revelation of our worth or we will settle for less than our true value.

 

Your value doesn’t have a number on it, it’s too great to count.

 

But you are a child of the living God, chosen and set free.

 

Be abandoned of your old self and find your real identity.

 

 

Who are you?

 

I am,

 

I am not just a rate.

 

I am not just a status.

 

I am not my struggles.

 

I am not my talents.

 

I am not just another person passing by.

 

I am a child of God,

 

And i have a purpose.

 

I find this very thought provoking and many of the things you list are so important to different people. But the key is, as you so rightly say, I am a child of God, and I have a purpose.

I am left wondering what your specific purpose is?

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