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How does the incarnation influence Christians today?

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Because it shows that God is with us and He made himself weaker by incarnating himself and coming to die for us He was above us but came down to walk alongside us
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It encourages Christians to show compassion to other people just like God showed his benevolence by sending God the Son down to earth- "For God so loved the world, he gave his one and only Son", Jesus' incarnation and therefore crucifixion reconciled God with humans; as he tore down the barrier of sin which prevented humans from having a relationship with God (evident through the tearing of the curtain in the Temple Holy of Holies) , it encourages Christians to be reconciled with other people just as Jesus' incarnation reconciled the God-human relationship.

ahh idk if that made sense but here ya go xx
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Jesus became human flesh to take human form. Jesus is a part of the trinity. It shows Christians that god loves them to the extent he became a human to live among us. It encourages them to be humble and selfless
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