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Some people say that there is only one God and the Lord Jesus is God incarnate, while others say that the Lord Jesus is the Son of God. Is the Lord Jesus the Son of God, or God Himself? This article will tell you the answer.
What is Christ? Christ is the flesh of God incarnate. Can the anointed one be called Christ? This article will tell you the difference between Christ and the anointed one.
If My appearance was different from everyone else then that would be troublesome—everyone would come to worship Me and understand Me through their own conceptions, and they would not be able to bear that beautiful witness for Me.
God used Moses to do the work of the Age of Law, so why doesn’t God use people to do His work of judgment in the last days, but instead He must needs become flesh to do it Himself?
The work of judgment is God’s own work, so it should naturally be done by God Himself; it cannot be done by man in His stead.
The Christ with normal humanity is a flesh in which the Spirit is realized, possessing normal humanity, normal sense, and human thought.
Question 2: Why is it that God has to become flesh to do His work of judgment in the last days? In the Age of Law, God used Moses to do His work, so why can’t God use man to do His work of judgment in the last days?
The meaning of incarnation is that God appears in the flesh, and He comes to work among man of His creation in the image of a flesh.
If God came into the flesh only as a male, people would define Him as male, as the God of men, and would never believe Him to be the God of women.