Jesus was supposed to be a sacrifice equil to Adam.<quoted text>
Yes, but only in the sense that Paul is pointing out the difference between two kinds of bodies (i.e., the natural [Adam]and the spiritual [Jesus]). Genesis 2:7 speaks of the first man, becoming a living person. Adam was made from the dust of the earth and given the breath of life from God. Every human being since that time shares these same characteristics. However, the last Adam or the “second Adam”- that is, Christ — is the spiritual man. Just as Adam was the first of the human race, so Christ is the first of those who will be raised from the dead to eternal life. Because Jesus rose from the dead, He proved Himself God and entered into a new spiritual form of existence. He is the source of the spiritual life that will result in believers' resurrection. Christ's new glorified human body now suits His new, glorified, spiritual life — just as Adam's human body was suitable to his natural life. When believers are resurrected, God will give them transformed, eternal bodies suited to eternal life.
This means that, if in fact Jesus Was GOD, the sacrifice would have been greater then the life of Adam.
Why did Satan tempt Jesus? Surely Satan would not have asked GOD to worship him but, the man, Jesus, that is another story.
And being resurrected is a sign that Jesus was GOD in the flesh?
Does that mean that Lazuras was also GOD in the flesh?
What about the Army officers daughter? Was she also GOD?