WHO AM IBy: CASTING CROWNS
Who am I, that the Lord of all the earthWould care to know my nameWould care to feel my hurtWho am I, that the Bright and Morning StarWould choose to light the wayFor my ever wandering heart
Not because of who I amBut because of what You've doneNot because of what I've doneBut because of who You're
Chorus:I am a flower quickly fadingHere today and gone tomorrowA wave tossed in the oceanA vapor in the windStill You hear me when I'm callingLord, You catch me when I'm fallingAnd You've told me who I amI am Yours, I am Yours
Who Am I, that the eyes that see my sinWould look on me with love and watch me rise againWho Am I, that the voice that calmed the seaWould call out through the rainAnd calm the storm in me
I am YoursWhom shall I fearWhom shall I fear'Cause I am YoursI am Yours
Well, I just remember our recollection held at the Sacred Heart that was facilitated by sir Benjamin and a sister. I am a member of Iglesia Ni Cristo and i study here in SMU--a catholic school. I actually felt uneasy in joining the said activity but since it's required for us to pass a certain subject, I participated, of course, still with pangs of hesitation.
thanks God! there was something worth remembering in the activity. the lyrics alone in the song, you can come up with an idea about what i am talking here.
They—the facilitator—related to us the PARABLE OF THE SEED AND THE SOWER. I can't quite remember the whole story. We were instructed to find “treasures” (I actually do not know how to call it and can't remember what they call it).
I chose the “PATH” where there was a rocky, good soil and one other I can't remember. We had to explicate why we chose what we chose. Ours was path represents what we have went through, what we have experienced and realized. There were people who caused us to change and circumstances that shaped us to what we are now. Slip-ups and mistakes we failed to rectify but at least considered contributory in our becoming. Above all these bitter fragments of life, there is someone who never forgets us. We may strengthen our relationship to HIM—Lord GOD.