Questioning: Who Am I?

Asking Questions About Dreaming
Asking Questions About Dreaming
Who do I want to be?
Who am I made to be?
What are my passions?
What are my talents?
Where is my voice?
What is my purpose?
What does it look like?
I can remember doing sketches like this one since junior high. I can picture specific ones, even a college art project full of questions. At first this was not a happy thought. I was quite discouraged to be swimming, maybe wallowing, in a sea of questions, again. Some of the same questions, still.At almost 40 years old I’m seeing for the first time that perhaps questioning is just part of the way I am. I’m a thinker. I’m a planner. I’ve always felt wrong for all my questions I’ve always felt I should have the answers. I guess like question were bad if I didn’t have the answer. I wouldn’t be much of a thinker or a planner if I didn’t see things that needed answers, would I?It’s not bad to have the question and no answer. It’s wrong to dwell on the question without seeking the answer (wallowing – which would be why I was discouraged? Have been over the years?).I thought I personally needed to supply the answer, like it wouldn’t be okay to find the answer or get help with finding answers. Of course there is no way I can have all the answers to the questions I ask. I have God given resources all around, and within me. I am not enough by myself.Seeing this thinking about questioning being wrong, needing to have all the answers written out it is obviously wrong. Having it within me I hadn’t even seen it.
Jesus said “I am the way.” The way where? Well to heaven, to eternal life. So much more than that, too. He is the way to answer my questions. He is the answer to my questions. He created me. He has plans for me, good ones! If he has plans that would be the answers I’m looking for.
Holy Spirit has sealed me and lives inside me. He knows all the plans for me. He is always communicating the Father’s thoughts to my spirit. I have to learn to listen, choose to listen, chose to respond.I believe seeing questions and seeking answers as part of my make up is another part of knowing my identity so I can pursue God’s dreams for me.Is there something about your personality that has frustrated you? Ask God about His intentions for that trait. Satan loves to twist our God given strengths and gifts to our destruction. Brought back under God’s plan they will be part of reaching our destiny.I’d love to hear from you. Please leave a comment below.This post is part of my One Word 2013 series. To read more search Dream on this blog.

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Mukkove Johnson

Christian, Wife, Mother, and Author loving life in Alaska.

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