The God is INFINITE! All of the universe can’t contain Him (1 Kings 8:27; “But will God really live on earth? Why, even the highest heavens cannot contain the God. How much less this Temple I have built). He is infinite, while everything He created is finite. “Finite” is defined as “limited”. We are limited. How can finite (limited) man adequately represent an infinite (limitless) God?
However; The Loving Father God is Love; (John 3:16) who had given his only begotten Son Jesus Christ for our sins that whoever believeth in him shall not perish but have an Eternal life! I was searching the God since the age of 15 in Hindu family following Spirituality & meditation, I wanted to experience the Love, touch and spark of the God in my Life. I heard many times God could be searched and found in jungles, mountains through meditation. However, in the urban life I wanted that I could find the God while working in the corporate and doing meditation and staying with my family.
Genesis 1:26-29 Then God said, “Let us make human beings in our image, to be like us. They will reign over the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, the livestock, all the wild animals on the earth, and the small animals that scurry along the ground.”
Why does God use the plural form—“Let us make human beings in our image” (emphasis added)? One view is that this is a reference to the Trinity—God the Father, Jesus Christ his Son, and the Holy Spirit, all of whom are God. Another view is that the plural wording is used to denote majesty; kings have traditionally used the plural form in speaking of themselves. The grammar doesn’t decide the matter for us, but in either case it is God who created humans in his image, and God has revealed himself to us as a Trinity clearly through the whole of Scripture. From the Word of the God, we do know that God’s Spirit was present in the Creation. From Colossians 1:16, we know that Christ, God’s Son, was at work in the Creation.
In what ways are we made in God’s image? God obviously did not create us exactly like himself because God has no physical body. Instead, we are reflections of God’s glory and character. Some feel that our reason, creativity, moral capacity, speech, or self-determination is the image of God. More likely, “the image of God” describes our entire self, not just one part of us. We will never be totally like God because he is our supreme creator. But we do have the ability to reflect his character in our love, patience, forgiveness, kindness, and faithfulness.
Knowing that we are made in God’s image and thus share many of his characteristics provides a solid basis for self-worth. Human worth is not based on possessions, achievements, physical attractiveness, or public acclaim. Instead, it is based on being made in God’s image, which gives us an unshakeable reason to feel positive about ourselves. Criticizing or downgrading ourselves is criticizing what God has made and the abilities he has given us. Knowing that you are a person of worth helps you love God, know him personally, and treat others as his image bearers.
 So God created human beings in his own image. In the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
God made both man and woman in his image. Neither one is made more in the image of God than the other. From the beginning the Bible places both man and woman at the pinnacle of God’s creation. Neither gender is exalted over the other, nor is neither depreciated. Our identity is given to us by God. It is not defined by culture, experience, or environment; he has the prior claim to us. Thus he is Lord of our gender and sexuality.
 Then God blessed them and said, “Be fruitful and multiply. Fill the earth and govern it. Reign over the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, and all the animals that scurry along the ground.”
To reign over something is to have absolute authority and control over it. God has ultimate rule over the earth, and he exercises his authority with loving care. When God delegated some of his authority to the human race, he expected us to take responsibility for the environment and the other creatures that share our planet. We must not be careless and wasteful as we fulfil this charge. God was careful and creative when he made this earth. We must also be careful and creative in our stewardship of it.
That’s why the Lord Jesus Christ said in (John 10:10) The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. I have to come to give them the abundant life. Here Lord Jesus Christ says that; in this World the thief is our problems, our sicknesses, our worries, our broken hearts, our sins, and our search for the Loving True God and to enjoy the life to be Joyful, peaceful, prosperous and healthy to the fullest!
I’m encouraging you to stop limiting what the Loving God can do in your life through His Son Lord Jesus Christ. Pray to Him for His Grace & Compassion in your life and open your Heart; once you hear about Lord Jesus Christ and as the Word of the God says, Taste the Lord Jesus Christ Love in your Life and see He is good! Then let’s come to the light of the world by believing in Lord Jesus Christ! Let’s us pray!
O loving Father God, we believe in our heart and confess with our mouth that Lord Jesus Christ is your risen son. Therefore, Come into my heart, Lord Jesus, and be my Saviour. Amen!