Think back over your life, all the way back to your childhood, and consider what aspects of yourself the enemy has most tried to steal from you. Recognizing what the evil one has tried to rob from you is one way to recognize who God made you to be.
For example, I was raised in a family whose first commandment was "Don't make waves." As a child, I was a free spirit, outspoken, with a passion for justice. I was often punished and always criticized for speaking my mind or for standing up for what I thought was right. By the time I reached adolescence, I had learned the lessons of my family well. I had become quiet and acquiescent. The enemy, afraid of my voice and my strength of will, had set out to steal my identity from me, and he seemed to have succeeded - that is, until Jesus revealed my true names to me: Helga, the warrior against the enemy who brought people to God, and Anna, the free spirit and lover of the King. A warrior makes waves; a lover of the King is passionate for His truth. Can you see how the enemy's efforts were directly against my true nature as created by God?
So look at what the enemy has tried to steal from you as one way to discover who you really are, according to God.