Tomorrow we will look further into the person of Christ. Today, however, note that the incarnation is one of the greatest mysteries of the faith, something that is nearly impossible to describe without falling into error. We do know that God the Son became man and thus experienced hunger, joy, sorrow, and so on. Let us be grateful that our Lord is not completely removed from us; He is empathetic, yet without sin (Heb. 4:15).
One of the fundamental principles of biblical interpretation is that Scripture is its own interpreter. In other words, we must be careful not to impose alien systems of thoughts upon the text but rather strive to interpret each passage of Scripture in light of every other. Take some time this week to review a resource that gives rules for the proper interpretation of the Bible so that you might be equipped to understand the text rightly.