May I ask you a question? “Who are you?” If you’re around my age when someone asks that question you may think of Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend of the rock band, “The Who.” That’s the song title of a little number that sold 1 million copies in a month late in the summer of 1978. While simplistic at best, the song has that catchy verse with an echo… Who are you…ooooh, ooooh, ooooh, ooooh.
But at it’s core, it’s a great question that every single person wrestles with. Who am I? I’m a husband. A dad. A son. A pastor. Okay…. Those are great labels, but who am I really… deep down at my core?
I am a child of the most high, God. Created in His image, fearfully and wonderfully made. And I have an incredible inheritance because I belong to God. And so do you!