Who Am I Reflection Paper

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“Who am I, that the Lord of all the earth, would care to know my name, would care to feel my hurt.” Many Christians have asked themselves this some question that Casting Crowns asks in the beginning of their song “Who am I.” The song goes on to answer the question of “who I am?” However, as Christians, we can’t rely on one person’s response to the question. We have to answer the question in our own way with the facts of our lives. On October 3, 2016, Dordt College welcomed Dr. Chuck DeGroat to speak at their First Monday Speaker. He came to the college to speak about how we as Christians hide of shames from God, but in truth, we need to come out of our shame and bring it to God. During his speak, Dr. DeGroat discussed three diseases …show more content…
DeGroat’s lecture. Most of these inner battles are decisions people have to make. Like what college to attended or if to homework or not. Sometimes, the battles are even deeper than that. ----For me, I innerly battle with is someone will every love me. With that question, I think I need to look like people that have found that love, but that is not me. I want someone to love me for me. I know God loves me and my family loves me, but it is not the same. But then, I remember the words from King Solomon’s …show more content…
In my family, we have a story that I believe has strengthen our faith in our Savior. When my brother was in kindergartener, he was diagnosed with Stage III Anaplastic T-cell Lymphoma. However, the journey to the diagnoses was a long battle. February 2007, that really does not stick out in anyone’s mind, but in my family, this was month that start the change of our lives. My brother started having ankle pains. My parents thought it was just a sore ankle from wrestling practice; however, the pain did not subside. With strong pain that my brother could not walk, parents took him to the doctor. The doctors took x-rays and drew blood, and found the cause an infection in his ankle, and scheduled a surgery. The night before his surgery was Ash Wednesday, and I remember my dad having to come from work to help carry him out of the

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