Podcast #51: “Who Am I” by Casting Crowns & Psalm 8

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I’m Michelle Nezat and I hope to inspire you to discover and meditate on God’s Word through the songs you’re listening to on the radio.

A proper view of ourselves is key in our relationship with God and others. Casting Crowns’ song, “Who Am I”, extracts truth from Scripture and embeds it into our hearts and minds with memorable phrases and Biblical perspective.


This week’s journey takes us through the question of not only, “Who am I?”, but “Who am I  in Christ?”

On this week’s episode I discuss:

  • Our need for identity
  • How others define who we are
  • Examples of how God’s Word defines who we are through Christian music I’ve already used on this podcast
  • Even David asked this question in Psalms 8:4
  • I link back the lyrics to Scripture
  • A final encouraging reminder that we BELONG to Him! We are His!


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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch a lyric video on YouTube below.


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Download the single or the entire album by clicking the links below


This Week’s Challenge

Let’s study Psalms 8 this week. It is a wonderful psalm that brings a balanced perspective of God’s role and our role. It begins and ends with praise and giving God glory…the proper perspective. It also displays clearly our limits and weaknesses as humans. Finally, it acknowledges the responsibilities and privileges the Lord has given us. It’s short, but worth meditating on this week.

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