Love-Poems/Quotes » Who Are You by: Piwizo(m) .:. Fri, 05 Apr, 2019 - 10:29:41:pm GMT

Everybody are like, "I want to marry the best wife! I want to marry the best husband" Nobody is saying, "I want to be the best husband or wife for that woman or man".


Everybody are praying for God to give them the best wife or husband, but nobody is praying for God to make him or her the best husband or wife. I want to ask you this question.....



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<" who are you?"

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<"Who do you want to be to the wife you need?"

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<"Are you good enough to keep the good person you need in your life?" As a man, ask yourself...."will that perfect woman I need be happy having me?"

"Will I be the perfect man for her?" As a woman, ask yourself, "will that Mr right I need be proud of my characters?"

"Will I also be his Mrs right?" It is not about having a good man or woman, it is about making that good man or woman happy and thankful to God for having you. × don't live a life that the good woman will regret × don't live a life she will wished she never married Work on yourself.

Everyone of us know if we will be good enough for that good man or woman we need. Everyone of us knows our own flaws or weaknesses. Everyone of us know the bad characters, behaviors etc our man or woman might not like or be comfortable with. You need to work on yourself, change those lifestyles that will not suit that best man or woman you need or already have.

Every good man or woman in your life deserve your best. ##She deserve to be treated as a Queen ##she deserve to be pampered with love and care ##she deserve to be happy. If I (Precious ), and you pray for God to make us the best for who we need, if me that pray, and Mary that also pray, meet, won't we have the best of married life?

**positive**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Gooddypye(f) .:. Mon, 08 Apr, 2019 - 07:31:29:am GMT

It's a good point to note and something to act on. It's a truth fact, if we work on ourselves and become the type of person we want to be our wife or husband, then there would be a better home. But nevertheless, we should know that no matter how perfect the both couples are, temptation will surely come. You should know that the more faithful you are to God and your home, the more the devil will fight against you.


But in all, let's work on ourselves. Let's make our selves the dream and desire of others. Let's not be a problem, an issue to pray on, or a prayer point to others. You know the type of partner you love to marry, if so then, work to also be the taste of the type of partner you want to marry. Don't marry and put your partner in situation of casting and binding, regretting and taking blames for marrying you. You should be an answered prayer and not a prayer point.

**Fearless**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Oluwatomisin(f) .:. Mon, 15 Jun, 2020 - 01:07:46:pm GMT

My brother, who are you..

My sister, who are you..
I know this question has been going through your mind....

Infact, most time you think and think to the extent that you can start feeling headaches..
You will. Just conclude that you who you are..

Some people even based their identity on what the world says they are..
Which shouldn't be so..
You shouldn't start bearing or carrying the figure that people placed on you..

You can only know WHO YOU ARE in Christ..
He's the only one that knows you.. He's the one that created you..
He said in his word "Before I formed thee, I knew thee" he knee you even when you don't know yourself.

Why not focus on God and let him show you who you are..

Why are you disturbing yourself when you have the manual. That contain all your life details..
So focus on God and you will know Who You Are.

**Always put God first **


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   Re: Who Are You by: Dynameak(f) .:. Mon, 15 Jun, 2020 - 02:16:51:pm GMT

The 'who' question is more of an inward request for an outward definition. To ask who are you requires a person to make known his personality. Your personality cannot be represented just by words spoken or written, personality will be represented appropriate by show of character because your truest character cannot be hidden for too long. Character is like smoke and it cannot hide its presence.

Who you are is the type of person you will attract to your life. That's why therapists advice deeply that people should pay the price to make good habits even as they go through therapeutic sessions. All that makes up your personality is dependent on the habits you have developed over time habits are developed as a result of response repeated to cues and that's why you get to be identified as an individual with a category of personality traits.

The initial stage of habit formation requires conscious input so as for it to become a default part of your being but with the passage of time you will begin to respond to cues habitually and that will require little or no consciousness. At infancy, a mother regularly saturates the atmosphere around her baby with music and as the baby grew he became accustomed to hearing music regularly it shouldn't be a surprise if at the age of 7 he informs his parents about his love for music and at that he is willing to learn how to play an instrument. During the period of infancy his mother was consistent with saturating the atmosphere around her baby with music and that resulted to the child's the development of musically habit.

The type of person you are is the type of person you will attract. Logically, a clean puppy wouldn't want to be locked up with dirty puppies. Just as it is applicable to animals, it is applicable to human being. Benjamin Franklin said "Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones. By making good habits your value to yourself, your family, your friends and the society will increase exponentially."

Quit too much talking and start doing what's required of you to be able to present yourself as worthy of the wordy account about yourself. People will not remember you for just your name, you will be remembered for the prints you left in the hearts of men which largely results from the purest definition of who you are in deeds.

**Life is a race but with God's element of grace it'll be worth while to explore His goodness. **


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   Re: Who Are You by: Toxyron(f) .:. Tue, 30 Jun, 2020 - 10:10:33:am GMT

Iw to ask you again "WHO ARE YOU",A lot do not even know their purpose in Life, Everyone was sent to this earth earth for a purpose,You are here to do something.

Each and every one of us have this one special thing in us that makes us different but many fail to discover it,to develop it.I want you to know that a lot of people are walking through the path they have Chosen themselves and not What God has Chosen for them.For example you love singing but because you underestimate your God given gift,u do not count it as something,Every little gift in you no matter how you underrate it, It's special....All you need to do is believe in yourself, Develop yourself and stop walking on another Mans Path.
We are all here to make a change,Because your friend I doing well in a business doesn't mean you would...Look for the inner you,Retrace your steps back to that one thing u have always wanted to do...."You are You".
My Keypoints are
*Discover Yourself
*Develop Yourself
*Believe in Yourself

I hope you get to find yourself

**Sharon**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Phaithh(f) .:. Tue, 30 Jun, 2020 - 01:29:10:pm GMT

Who are you?
I really enjoy asking people, "Who are you?" It sounds like a simple question requiring a simple answer, but it really isn't. For example, if someone asked me, "Who are you?" I might answer, "Faith Lumanze."
"No, that's your name. Who are you?"
"Oh, I'm a student."
"No, that's what you do."
"I'm a Nigerian."
"That's where you live."

I could also say I'm brown-skinned and of an average height. But my physical dimensions and appearances aren't me either. If you chopped off my arms and legs, would I still be me? If you transplant my heart, kidneys or liver, would I still be me? Of course! Now if you keep chopping you will get to me eventually because I'm in here somewhere. But who I am is far more than what you see on the outside.

We may say with the apostle Paul that we "recognize no man according to flesh" (2 Corinthians 5:16). But we tend to identify ourselves and each other primarily by what we look like (tall, short, fat, slender) or what we do (doctor, carpenter, engineer, lawyer). Furthermore, when we Christians are asked to identify ourselves in relation to our faith, we usually talk about our denominational preference (Winners, Deeper-life) or our role in the church (Sunday school teacher, choir member, deacon, usher).

But who you are is your identity in Christ as a child of GOD. Your understanding of who you are is the critical foundation of your belief structure and your behaviour patterns as a Christian.

Often what we show on the outside is a false front designed to disguise and cover up the secret hurts we feel about our identity. Somehow, we believe that if we appear attractive or perform well or enjoy a certain amount of status, then we will have it all together inside as well. But that's not true.
External appearance, accomplishment and recognition don't necessarily reflect or produce internal peace of who you really are. Try as we might by our appearance, performance or social status to find self-verification for a sense of being somebody, we always come short of satisfaction.

If these could work for anyone, they would have worked for King Solomon. He was the king of Israel during the greatest years in her history. He had power, position, wealth, possessions and women. If a meaningful life is the result of appearance, admiration, performance, accomplishments, status or recognition, Solomon would have been the most together man who ever lived! But GOD gave Solomon an extra dose of wisdom to interpret his achievements. What was his commentary on it all? "Vanity! Vanity upon vanity!"

All the stuff and status you can aquire don't add up to personal wholeness. Millions of people climb those ladders to success, only to discover when the reach the top that they are leaning on the wrong wall! No wonder most people end up committing suicide, they can't seem to find themselves.

THE ONLY IDENTITY EQUATION THAT WORKS IN GOD'S KINGDOM IS YOU PLUS CHRIST EQUALS WHOLENESS AND MEANING.

Now don't quote me wrong, I'm not saying we can't have all these "affluence" but doing it outside GOD is vanity.

Know your identity in Christ and follow Him because that is who you are.

Think about this: when we all die, all these vanities of life as I like to call it will pass away and the real us will remain.

KNOW WHO YOU ARE!


**GOD is Love**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Phaithh(f) .:. Tue, 30 Jun, 2020 - 01:29:10:pm GMT

Who are you?
I really enjoy asking people, "Who are you?" It sounds like a simple question requiring a simple answer, but it really isn't. For example, if someone asked me, "Who are you?" I might answer, "Faith Lumanze."
"No, that's your name. Who are you?"
"Oh, I'm a student."
"No, that's what you do."
"I'm a Nigerian."
"That's where you live."

I could also say I'm brown-skinned and of an average height. But my physical dimensions and appearances aren't me either. If you chopped off my arms and legs, would I still be me? If you transplant my heart, kidneys or liver, would I still be me? Of course! Now if you keep chopping you will get to me eventually because I'm in here somewhere. But who I am is far more than what you see on the outside.

We may say with the apostle Paul that we "recognize no man according to flesh" (2 Corinthians 5:16). But we tend to identify ourselves and each other primarily by what we look like (tall, short, fat, slender) or what we do (doctor, carpenter, engineer, lawyer). Furthermore, when we Christians are asked to identify ourselves in relation to our faith, we usually talk about our denominational preference (Winners, Deeper-life) or our role in the church (Sunday school teacher, choir member, deacon, usher).

But who you are is your identity in Christ as a child of GOD. Your understanding of who you are is the critical foundation of your belief structure and your behaviour patterns as a Christian.

Often what we show on the outside is a false front designed to disguise and cover up the secret hurts we feel about our identity. Somehow, we believe that if we appear attractive or perform well or enjoy a certain amount of status, then we will have it all together inside as well. But that's not true.
External appearance, accomplishment and recognition don't necessarily reflect or produce internal peace of who you really are. Try as we might by our appearance, performance or social status to find self-verification for a sense of being somebody, we always come short of satisfaction.

If these could work for anyone, they would have worked for King Solomon. He was the king of Israel during the greatest years in her history. He had power, position, wealth, possessions and women. If a meaningful life is the result of appearance, admiration, performance, accomplishments, status or recognition, Solomon would have been the most together man who ever lived! But GOD gave Solomon an extra dose of wisdom to interpret his achievements. What was his commentary on it all? "Vanity! Vanity upon vanity!"

All the stuff and status you can aquire don't add up to personal wholeness. Millions of people climb those ladders to success, only to discover when the reach the top that they are leaning on the wrong wall! No wonder most people end up committing suicide, they can't seem to find themselves.

THE ONLY IDENTITY EQUATION THAT WORKS IN GOD'S KINGDOM IS YOU PLUS CHRIST EQUALS WHOLENESS AND MEANING.

Now don't quote me wrong, I'm not saying we can't have all these "affluence" but doing it outside GOD is vanity.

Know your identity in Christ and follow Him because that is who you are.

Think about this: when we all die, all these vanities of life as I like to call it will pass away and the real us will remain.

KNOW WHO YOU ARE!


**GOD is Love**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Abbey(m) .:. Tue, 30 Jun, 2020 - 09:41:47:pm GMT

I am a tall young man, dark in complexion, I love listening to music and I also love to play football , my favorite meal is rice and chicken, I love to drink coke popularly called Coca-Cola, I hate people telling lies, my best colour is blue, I like mathematics because it is my best subjects, I love hip-hop music, I school at ekiti state university 300levevl studying educational Management, I am a person who is easy going and have fear of God I don't like to see people suffer, I am a person who dedicate time to study mathematics because I like calculations
**Abiodun**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Victoria(f) .:. Wed, 01 Jul, 2020 - 01:19:56:am GMT

Before you saddle yourself with issues that aren't even supposed to be yours, before you end up making terrible mistakes, you've got to ask yourself who you are.
Think real deep and look within yourself. Are you perfect the way you are?
Do you love yourself the way you are? Do you think you can be better than this? Do you think people actually appreciate you for who you are? Do you think that you would love yourself if you were a stranger and you had to get to know yourself all over again? Do you think you would want your son or daughter to end up with someone with the same character as you?
If your answer is yes to all these questions then you probably have no problem with your character. It's either that or you're only lying to yourself.
If you know you have a terrible character or behaviour and it seems everyone is always complaining about you, you need to change. Imagine getting married and all that happens in your home is fighting because your spouse felt your attitude was not good enough or absolutely terrible.
Fix what needs to be fixed while you're young so that there would be no trouble or problems hounding you while you grow older
If a million people complain about your character saying you're rude or you're dirty or you talk too much or eat too much or complain too much or lie too much or even many faults all together, shouldn't that be a realisation that truly you owe it not even to those people who complain but to yourself to change.
The person that benefits most from a good character is you yourself. Why?
It's all because when people are at peace with you, you will also find peace within yourself and it would go a long way to helping you achieve self love and a high self esteem.
Hearing people complain about you all the time isn't of any benefit to your health, your self esteem and confidence.
You need to live a life worth emulating. Try your best to be the best you can be. The super amazing version of yourself should be the part of you that the whole world should see.
All these would definitely go a long way to helping you feel even more good about yourself and make the people around you love you even more.

**Live, love and heal...**


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   Re: Who Are You by: Mima(f) .:. Wed, 01 Jul, 2020 - 10:34:45:am GMT

Who are you??okay let us begin!
*Know who you are!*
Knowing who you are is knowing your purpose in life.
You are created with a purpose. This is the reason you were born. That is why it is necessary to understand your destiny: when you realize your purpose it brings understanding deep within you.

Consider a cell phone. It was produced for a definite purpose each phone has its own special features. The characteristics of iPad differ from the characteristics of a cell phone. Each of us also has our own unique traits and we need them to fulfill our destiny.


You were born on this planet with a definite purpose and the entire world is in need of the gift you have. The world is in need of the unique purpose you were created for. If you do not find yourself and your purpose, the world will be worse for it. For example, what would the world be like, if Steve Jobs did not invent the first Macintosh? What if we didn't have the iPad or iPhone? What if Edison did not invent the electric light bulb?
Analyze why you are not doing well, *you got to be sincere, definite and down to earth to do this.* Most times, people accuse demons, Satan and all that without understanding that they are the one responsible for their predicament. Friends, rise up and find your place, once you find it, be resolute and dogged to fulfill it.
Are you currently not happy with your academic performance? The solution is not crying, fasting and prayer only. You got to ask yourself series of questions and pls, i repeat :You must be sincere to yourself. I did this in my own life. Until you wake up, nothing will work.


Time begin you when you begins: *The day you know the reason why you are here is the day you start living.
You need to break loose from your inertia, mind you everybody has inertia. Your life will start to amount to something the day you break loose completely from your inertia.


Listen to me: If you are not loaded, you will invariably not be needed

Tell yourself :I'm a child of destiny, i'm in this word such a time as this, my staying here will be meaningful, productive and goal oriented. I won't die a pauper or failure. I'm a success in life. Whatever your mind can conceive, you believe, you can achieve. Stop blaming Satan, Witches and Wizard everytime. The main enemy you must concur is self. Concur yourself and you will get to your apogee in life. Begin now! Now! Rise up! Don't sit down there and be crying. You are a child of God, a child of destiny, God has given you everything to succeed in life. You are too loaded to be a pauper or failure in life.

That you failed a course doesn't connote that you are an empty headed fellow. See it as a feedback and go back with annoyance to disgrace the course. Conclusively, improve the following areas of your life and you will be needed any where and anytime.

By the grace of God, I tell people I have purpose for living. Once you find it, you will be happy.

**Just me**


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