Apostle Paul writing to timothy stated that according to the scripture that “For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” 1 Timothy 2:5

One according to the scripture above means that one in individuality, not unity. There are three separate once in the divine trinity and them also one in unity

6 yet for us there is but one God, the Father, from whom all things came and for whom we live; and there is but one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom all things came and through whom we live. 1 Corinthians 8:6 (NIV)

Humanity doesn’t know the reality until he finds the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God.

But who exactly is Jesus Christ, the man of Galilee?

According to the scripture, He’s the Word-incarnate, For example, your word is the expression of who you are, your views, opinions, ideas thoughts and emotions. In the same light, the Word of God is the totality of God’s, view, opinion. Will, emotions and thoughts.

The word of God tells us that God’s Word was personified, and the result was the man, Jesus: “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us….” John 1:14

Jesus Christ is the expression of the thoughts, will, and emotions of God. His laughter with his disciples was God laughing; His smiles when he was here on earth were the smiles of God. When He stretched out His hand to heal the sick, lame, and those oppressed of the devil that was God stretching out His hand. When He loved us with an everlasting love that was God’s love manifested to mankind. Everything Jesus Christ did was the expression of God.

30 I and the Father are one John 10:30

Jesus Christ is the expression of God’s person the character and essence of God. “Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person….” Hebrews 1:3:

Jesus Christ is the perfect personification of the abstract idealism of God. In the world today, the term, “God” doesn’t convey a person; it conveys an idea. The idea of God doesn’t make sense to the human mind, because they can’t find or define Him. The Bible, however, presents Jesus as God’s perfect imprint, the icon of the unseen God.

“Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father! … John 14:9

Jesus Christ is the glory of the Father, the outshining of the Father’s glory. What does this mean? Imagine a light bulb the filament, when an electric current passes through, it glows with a bright light. The filament in this example can be compared to the Father: He’s the power, but the outshining is Jesus Christ; He’s the radiance of light that comes from the Father.

The world doesn’t understand why we can be so passionate and willing to tell everyone about the man, Jesus. Until you know Jesus and have a personal experience, God will only be an idea to you. Your search stops when you meet this awesome glorious, Lord of heaven and earth our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ. That’s why we tell everyone, “Discover Jesus!” How you may ask, talk to Him he listening ask him to come into your life to be your personal Lord and say When you discover Him, you discover reality; you discover life as you constantly continue walking in the light of God.

After you’ve said the prayer of salvation say these words as Jesus is, so am I in this world; I’m one with Him! In Him, I live, and move and have my being. I have His righteousness, life, and nature at work in me. I’m the effulgence of His glory and the express image of His person. Therefore, I think, act, and live as His perfect representation in my world. Hallelujah!