Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

Who Are You? A Spiritual Look at Topics of Interest to Young People

Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

Who Are You? A Spiritual Look at Topics of Interest to Young People

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Every time you have some schoolwork to do - even if it's something easy - you have to put your name someplace on the paper. That's the way someone else can tell who did the work.

People know you by your name. But are you just a name? No, there is a lot more to you than that.

Who is your best friend? What is your favorite thing to do? Do you have a sport you like to play? What is it? Where is your favorite place to go? Your answers to those questions show there are things about you that are different from anyone else. There are a lot of kids reading this, and no one had the same answers to those questions that you had. There's more you can learn about who you are. And the Bible is a good place to look. Here are some more questions for you. Use the Bible to help find the answers. You'll need a pencil or pen for this. And you can always ask someone to help you. OK, here goes: 1.Who are you? (See Romans 8:16.) 2.What is God like? (See John 4:24. …

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