He did this by setting aside His prerogatives and privileges as a member of the Godhead, the Trinity, and becoming human. John describes the possibility of seeing the glory of God in Jesus (John 1:14), while Paul assures us that divine glory was joined to human particularity when Jesus took the form and nature of man- and a commoner at that.
Theologians still discuss the implication of this commingling of two vastly different natures: Was Jesus all-knowing, all-powerful? Was Jesus susceptible to sin? Did Jesus actually die and spend time in a place of waiting souls? But the magnitude of the claim here-God self-emptying to become human-suggests that the Incarnation is the fundamental miracle undergirding all other biblical claims.
PHILIPPIANS 2:7 – 7 But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men: