"...but emptied Himself by taking the form of a bond-servant and being born in the likeness of men."Philippians 2:7
"taking the form of a bond-servant"
"being born in the likeness of men"
In other words, because He is fully human, we can trust that God knows us fully and is intimately acquainted with our human experience — the ups and downs, highs and lows, trials and triumphs. In Jesus Christ, God can relate to us. He knows what we're going through. He is not a God who is far away; He is a God who is near. As fully God, He has the power to help us. And as fully man, He has the ability to hear us and to comfort us in every experience we will ever face in life.
Think about this for a moment. All the deepest mysteries that humans have considered and search for, and the deepest desires and longings of men's hears, can be met by knowing Jesus. God wants to reveal Himself to you. He cares about you, He knows everything about you, and He wants to know you.
"And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself by becoming obedient to the point of death: death on a cross."Philippians 2:8
Why did Jesus do that? Romans 3:23 states that "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." When Jesus died on the cross, He became our substitute. He died the death we deserve in order that we might experience life with Him now and forever.
"For whoever keeps the whole Law, yet stumbles in one point, has become guilty of all."James 2:10
God, in His love, sent Jesus because He knew we could never measure up on our own. We need a substitute. We needed Jesus, who in His perfection and obedience to God, measured up for us. He paid the price that needed to be paid so that we could be made right with God.