Who am I Lord?

We who call Christ our Hope and our Redeemer often fall trap to self doubt and choose to dwell on our inadequacies instead of God’s strength.

Far too often we ask the question “Who am I Lord?” Instead of remember Who He is!

These are the doubts, deviations, and excuses I have used in my own life:

Who am I Lord? That you would love someone like me…

Who am I Lord? That I would seek Your face & You would hear my prayers…

Who am I Lord? With all of my sin, my anger, and wayward thoughts that you would repeatedly forgive me again and again…

Who am I Lord? That you would give me a loving wife, an angel of a daughter, and provide for our every need…

Who am I Lord? That in-spite of my past, my actions, and my filth that You would die on a cross for me…

Who am I Lord? I am unworthy of such love, such mercy, and such grace that has been give to me…

I have questioned you, doubted you time and time again, and yet you have continued to be faithful

Who am I Lord? That you would still love an apostate, a lowly sinner, who tries but falls away from the path so often..

And God’s answer to my heart:

Your cries have reached my ears and I respond to your question with this question for you:

You are asking who you are when you should be realizing and trusting in who I am!

“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First, & the Last, the Beginning & the End” (Revelation 22:12)

“I am the God of your father Abraham. Do not be afraid, for I am with you.” (Genesis 26:24a).

“I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery” (Exodus 20:2).

My child, do not focus on who you are but whose you are! You belong to Me and a broken and contrite heart I will not despise…

If you are questioning your purpose, dwelling on your past and doubt, I ask you today to call upon God and ask Him to show you how He has done great things in the past, in the present, and will continue to do so through you!

God Bless,

Andy J. Starnes


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