About Jesus Christ
The eternal Son, co-equal with the Father and the Holy Spirit, is the member of the Trinity who became incarnate.
He took on humanity without losing any of His deity in the integrated personality of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ is thus still fully God and now forever also fully man. This incarnation was achieved through the virgin birth. Jesus lived a sinless human life in perfect obedience to the Father in a role of humility taken on with His incarnation.
He offered Himself as a perfect sacrifice for sin and a substitution in our place at His death on the cross. By the Holy Spirit’s power, God the Father raised Him bodily from the dead, completing the conquest of Satan, sin and death.
The Father raised Jesus to His right hand of power and there made Him Lord of all. Christ there intercedes on our behalf and the Father, and He sent the Holy Spirit to be Christ’s formal representative on earth.
This crucified, risen and glorified Christ is the Saviour of the world who, at the climax of the ages, will return to earth to judge the living and the dead.
At that time Christ will continue the process of our salvation with the deliverance of our bodies from the presence of sin and the transformation of all of the created order with the eventual introduction of the new heavens and new earth wherein “all things will be made new.”