The two natures of Christ (human and divine) are distinct.
- The divine nature underwent no change; it remains the same forever, throughout its union with the human nature.
- Likewise, the human nature remains the same; it is never changed into the divine or something semi-divine.
Yet these two natures are most intimately united in the person of Christ. In Jesus Christ, the Son of God took up the human nature into his very own personality:
- Its peculiarities became his own (needing to sleep, eat, etc);
- The blood of this man is the blood of the Son of God;
- The union is so close that all his divine attributes were also communicated to his humanity.
In other words, whatever you can say of the Son of God - you can say of this person, Jesus Christ. Omnipresent? Yes. All-knowing? Yes. Almighty? Yes.
This is the God whom we worship, the Lord Jesus whose death and resurrection have earned your forgiveness!