Rev. Steve DeNeff. Isaiah 41:8-10; Galatians 3:6-9, 16, 26-29. Who is God? And who am I in relation to that? There are many ways to apprehend God but three of the most common are as a seeker, or as a servant, or as a son or daughter (child). Of these, the child is the most important and the most preferred but it’s elusive. Many Christians speak of it, but live most of their lives as a servant. Like Abraham, we are familiar with God, or at least the idea of Him, until we actually meet him – until He speaks – and then we discover that God is not who we thought He was and neither are we.