// who is God to you? | tag //

hey. :)

i was nominated for the who is God to you? tag. thanks, britt.

i don’t really talk much about my religion online, and i think that’s because i’m afraid of misinterpreting it or coming off as a bad christian. but i don’t think i can screw up these questions too badly, so i’ll give it a shot.


– thank the person who tagged you and link back to their blog or website.

– nominate five bloggers to do the who is God to you? tag.

– answer the five questions and give five new questions for the people you nominated to answer. if you want, you can use the same five questions as the last person.

– display the who is God to you? logo in your blog post. (sorry, i really wanted to use my own picture.)


1) who is God to you?

i read something that said “nothing you confess could make me love you less,” and i think that pretty much sums it up. He’s a protector who will always love me.

2) what is your favorite bible verse?

“for i am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” -romans 8:38-39

i heard that one in sixth grade, during a public speaking class at my co-op. i’ve loved it ever since and i’m very thankful that my teacher introduced it to me.

i also really like 1 peter 4:8: “above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.”

3) what is your favorite book in the bible?

probably psalms or romans, idk.

4) what bible character inspires you the most?

i read job a few years ago, so i don’t remember the story extremely well, but he was pretty inspiring. he lost everything, but he continued to praise God.

5) what advice would you give to other people following the Lord?

have christian friends! one of mine used to ask me occasionally if i had been reading my bible, and sometimes i could say yes and i’d tell him where i was. but more often than not, he’d make me realize that i hadn’t touched my bible in a week or two. christian friends are really important, because they’ll pray with you and show you encouraging verses, and they’re just really wonderful to have.

here are my questions:

1) who is God to you?

2) what is your favorite bible verse?

3) what advice would you give to other people following the Lord?

4) when did you become a christian?

5) what’s your favorite worship song?

i’m awful at tagging people, so if you want to do this, please go ahead.

i hope you all have a good day and enjoy the weekend. i’m going to spend it playing soccer, working on my halloween costume, and (sadly) studying for a spanish test.



16 thoughts on “// who is God to you? | tag //

  1. Allison says:

    This is a neat tag, and your answers were great! What I’ve been learning and thinking about lately is how Christianity is NOT a comforting bit of religious nonsense for our private lives but a whole worldview, a total truth that reaches to every part of our lives, public and private. :)

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  2. Carol says:

    ooh, i like this! lovely verses btw. and Job is really inspiring, i agree. maybe i’ll do this tag. (:
    and don’t worry about being misinterpreted or looking like a bad Christian, i wouldn’t think that! xo


  3. Rose says:

    This is such an amazing tag. Our blogs are such a great way to spread the good news of the Gospel. Your answers where amazing. I enjoy the book of Romans as well. 😊
    Rose 💜❤️💜


  4. Madison | MadiGrace.org says:

    Awww, Loren. This post brought the biggest smile to my face. I’ve been praying for you so much lately.

    Always praying for you and I believe in you! Never hesitate to let me know if you have a specific prayer request. Always run to God and not from Him, my friend.



  5. Megan (A Barefoot Gal) says:

    I liked reading this! I remember that bible verse from sixth grade, and I agree that it’s a great one. My favorite is Isaiah 40:8. :)
    I’m reading Job right now and he really is inspiring. Especially since he didn’t know that a whole book would be written about him and bring encouragement to people thousands of years later, and he still trusted God.

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