Finding man's identity in Christ

It's an age-old question—"Who am I?" Finding the answer in Christ can open up new horizons for us.

Original in Spanish

Do you ever wonder, "Who am I? ... Why am I? ... Is there more to me than this material body that I carry around? Am I meant to live a more or less material life and lapse into old age and death? Is life truly so temporary and disposable?"

Don't we know deep in our hearts that there is much more to ourselves than the darkness the world maps out as final? We get glimpses of something far more beautiful and free and enduring. For instance, what we experience in a really good and lasting friendship points beyond the futility of materiality. The thing that makes the friendship what it is, really has nothing to do with a material body or personality. The heart of the friendship can't be physically identified, and yet it's utterly real. ...

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