Incarnation

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.  John 1:1,14

Webster defines Incarnation as the union of divinity with humanity in Jesus Christ.

Incarnation was the only solution to the human problem – the only hope for mankind to be reunited with God. Any religion that denies the Incarnation of Jesus Christ is false.

The Eternal Being, called Emmanuel – God with us, or Jesus the Christ – is here called the Word. The Word existed in the beginning. The Word was with God – woth God in fellowship, in purpose, working with Him. God made the worlds tthrough the WordHebrews 1:2, John 1:3.

And this Eternal Being was God. He possessed the same nature. He existed in the same form on an equality with God Phil 2:6

And this Being became flesh. The Word became a man and dwelt among us. He became  human – as much as man as if Hed never been anything else, yet He did not cease to be what He had been. The Word made His home among us, and we beheld the glory of God Col1:15, Heb 1:3

Confession: Jesus came and dwelled in the flesh so that I might be eternally reunited with the Father. Jesus became like me, so that I could become like Him. I will walk in the realiy of what the Incarnation made possible for me. I am reunited with My father.