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At the creation of man, God said:
'Let us make man in our Image, after our likeness' (Gen. 1:26).
Before creation, and in order that creation should come to pass, He Who
was known in the fulness of time as Jesus Christ the Son of God, was 'The
Image of the Invisible God' (Col. 1:15). The goal of redemption is expressed
by the use of this same term:
'For whom He did foreknow, He also did predestinate to be conformed to
the image of His Son' (Rom. 8:29).
This glorious goal is anticipated by the works of grace within the
believer, who has 'put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after