Who is Me? Podcast Episode 070

Daphne Delay Podcast 6 Comments

This question has been asked for 2,000 years and still confounds philosophers, artists, and everyday Joes. Someone once said: “Sometimes I pretend to be normal but it gets boring, so I go back to being me!”

But who is ME?

In this week’s episode, Daphne and Angie look at 2 Corinthians 5:13, which says, “If I act crazy, it’s for God; if I act overly serious, it’s for you.” In other words, there are “parts” of us– and those parts (that make up the whole) are constantly being renewed.

[Here’s the link to the TED video Daphne mentions on the podcast >> Who Am I?]

[Tweet “”ME” is not the same since I met God! “]

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  • once again you’ve got a great illustration! Self-propelled is a word that’ll preach! Jesus knew what He was talking about when He gave us the instruction to deny self 🙂 but I can say, I’m so much better when I follow it! Thanks Stephen!

  • once again you’ve got a great illustration! Self-propelled is a word that’ll preach! Jesus knew what He was talking about when He gave us the instruction to deny self 🙂 but I can say, I’m so much better when I follow it! Thanks Stephen!

  • Good question! “Who is me?”

    As you mentioned, we could state it as “Who am I?”; or, alternatively, we could ask, “I am who?”.

    Our Father said “I am the I AM.” So, IN Christ, we could state with certainty (not ask), “I am Who.”

    I heard it said once, regarding all God’s promises for our new man, “In Christ, we are becoming who we already are!”

    Chip Brogden wrote, “Jesus will not change Who He is to accommodate your thinking; He will change your thinking to accommodate Who He is.”

    Angie, I agree with you, praise God, I am “becoming”!

    • Love this Stephen: “In Christ, we are becoming who we already are!” << on topic for this week!
      “Who is me?” is a question that will never fully be answered. But I believe we can turn that into a positive by approaching it as a daily discovery of ALL God says we are 🙂

  • Good question! “Who is me?”

    As you mentioned, we could state it as “Who am I?”; or, alternatively, we could ask, “I am who?”.

    Our Father said “I am the I AM.” So, IN Christ, we could state with certainty (not ask), “I am Who.”

    I heard it said once, regarding all God’s promises for our new man, “In Christ, we are becoming who we already are!”

    Chip Brogden wrote, “Jesus will not change Who He is to accommodate your thinking; He will change your thinking to accommodate Who He is.”

    Angie, I agree with you, praise God, I am “becoming”!

    • Love this Stephen: “In Christ, we are becoming who we already are!” << on topic for this week!
      “Who is me?” is a question that will never fully be answered. But I believe we can turn that into a positive by approaching it as a daily discovery of ALL God says we are 🙂