New International Version (NIV)
21 that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. 22 I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one.
Man is the divine concept of God that is manifested through divine love. God is love and so is man. Everything that is true and perfect is our composition. We are not controlled by the material components of the universe but we are in fact governed by that which is immortal, invisible but powerful and indestructible. In Christ Jesus, man is complete, any other suggestion of weakness, inadequacy or lack is illusory. Jesus Christ came to show that man could live as the righteousness of God. He was a Godlike, glorified man, who came to earth as a living testament of the divine love and purpose of God. Man is made in the likeness of God, reflecting every characteristic of God. The heavenly Father is one without comparison or competition. He is the light of the world, which no darkness can withstand. Man who is made in the likeness of God is a ray of a larger body of light. He is not different from the whole not a fraction of it. He is the same light perpetual. We are one with God, hid with Christ in God. Power, dominion and authority have been given to us and we are partakers of the majesty of our heavenly Father. Man was never naked; it was the sin of our first parents (Adam and Eve) that uncovered the glory. However through Christ Jesus, we have been restored and re-enthroned as kings and priests. In Christ we are champions and over comers. All we need to do is to accept without questioning our super status embracing it with confidence and living the life that we are called to live. The glory is already shed abroad in our minds, we only need to eschew all carnality, based on what we can see, hear, feel and touch, and embrace the truth. Mankind must operate in a dimension that is beyond errors of mortal mind and ascend to a higher level of consciousness originally ordained by God.