A question of identity

Who am I ? is a cry that rises from the depths of a person's need for self-knowledge and purpose. Chasing dreams or tracing ancestry may not be at all helpful in answering that question. But there is guidance—in the Gospels.

Did anyone ever have a surer sense of purpose and identity than Jesus? His words show that he considered God to be his Father. And although he spent a great deal of time traveling on foot from village to village with his disciples, healing sickness wherever he went, he also, the Gospels say, spent time alone with God in prayer—sometimes on "a mountain."

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