God incarnates to save man and, from the outside, God incarnate appears to be an ordinary person. But do you know the essential difference between God incarnate's normal humanity and the humanity of corrupt mankind?says, "The flesh worn by the Spirit of God is God's own flesh. The Spirit of God is supreme; He is almighty, holy, and righteous. So likewise, His flesh is also supreme, almighty, holy, and righteous. ... despite the fact that man and Christ dwell within the same space, it is only man who is dominated, used, and entrapped by Satan. By contrast, Christ is eternally impervious to Satan's corruption, because Satan will never be capable of ascending to the place of the most high, and will never be able to draw near to God" (The Word Appears in the Flesh).