Music Review: Who Am I by Casting Crowns

If you have been reading my blogs for some time now, you would know one or both of these two things about me:

  1. I love music
  2. I am on a path to get closer to God and revive my spiritual spark – it should come as no surprise that I will be sharing more content on my Christian Journey here.

Today, a song that I have loved for a long time has been on my heart, mind and playlist. I thought I should share it here with hopes that someone may be blessed by it too.

Who Am I? by Casting Crowns:

I think I was either a teenager or about to be one when I first heard this song. It was on my older sister’s CD. Something in me sparked immediately and whenever that CD would play, I would make sure to fast forward to this song or excitedly wait for it to play.

By then I was still young, innocent and with minimal life encounters to fully comprehend the depths of the lyrics and what it meant to experience such love from God. The older I have grown and having lived through many trials, tribulations and errors- this song has become so meaningful and beautiful to me. It continues to carry so much weight as it is a reminder of God’s love for me.

Who am I that the Lord of all the earth, would care to know my name? Would care to feel my hurt?

In some of my most hurt seasons, I have felt the love of Christ move in closer than ever and just consume me. It is in such seasons that I have been reminded of the friend I have in Jesus.

When I was younger I had little or no exposure to the type of pain that had me second guessing alot of things- my worth, life, value and so much. The older I grew, life encounters really pushed me to dark places and it is in those times that I would be guided by the loving light of God. Imagine the marvelous grace, to have the creator of heaven and earth that available and present – proof that the Word does not lie when it honours Him as a present help in times of need.

Who am I, that the eyes that see my sins would look on me with love and watch me rise again?

Who am I that the voice that calms the seas, would call out through the rain and calm the storm in me

The amazing thing about God’s love for me is how even in moments and seasons, such as this one, when I feel unworthy and undeserving to be called His own, When the enemy tries to remind me of everything I have not done right and make me shy away from the presence of God. His eyes look at me with LOVE. The type of love that covers a multitude of sins. They type of love that is intentional about watching me rise again. Unmerited favour, uncommon grace. I always stand amazed in is presence.

And you told me who I am…. I AM YOURS

As Sinach rightly puts, I know who God says I am…and because of this realization I walk in power, liberty and victory.

Thank you all my loves who are journeying with me and praying with me.

And if anyone reading this does not have a relationship with God and yearns for one, please do let me know. I am happy to be your friend in faith and prayer.

Until next time,

Thrive in love and kindness!

7 thoughts on “Music Review: Who Am I by Casting Crowns”

  1. Who am I, that the eyes that see my sins would look on me with love and watch me rise again?
    Such powerful lyrics…few days back you ignited some spark in me about devotion. When I heard you speak about it, I knew I was at the right place. I’m looking forward to basking under your teachings on the Word and your spiritual journey. ❤❤

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  2. I’m glad I came across this post right at this point in my life. I’m at a stage where I’m trying to rebuild my relationship with Christ and reading such comforting words gives me assurance that I’m on the right path

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