Do You Know Who You Are?
Updated: Jun 28
During this time of the pandemic and racial tensions it is important that we ask ourselves this simple question: Who am I? We can not fully be advocates if we do not have the self-knowledge of who we are. Before we can stand up or stay woke have we really awaken from our view of false reality? As we go through this time, it is important that we challenge and ask ourselves who am I? What do I like? What do I dislike? How can I channel these characteristics in order to benefit the world around me?
The best way to ease tensions or problems starts first with personal management. If you would like something to change, it must first start from within.
As we move forward, let’s make sure that we know who we are and keep in mind Who’s we are. Once we know these two things, we will be able to advance without living beneath our privilege or God-given authority. Confusion is not God’s will for our lives. We are intended to live in the peace and fullness of Christ. We can only do that through self-identity which must first start with self-introspection and the realization of our self-worth.
Do you know who God is and how much He loves you? I want to invite you to learn more about God's redemptive plan for humanity.