The Bible does not give us a clear physical description of what God looks like. In fact, it says that no one has ever seen God (John 1:18). However, there are a few passages that give us some hints about God’s appearance.

  • Ezekiel 1:26-28 describes God as a figure with the appearance of a man, but with glowing metal and fire for a body.
  • Revelation 1:14-16 describes God as a lamb with seven horns and seven eyes.
  • Psalm 104:2-4 describes God as being clothed with light and wrapped in a cloud.

These passages should not be taken literally, but rather as symbolic descriptions of God’s power, majesty, and glory. They are meant to help us understand that God is beyond our comprehension and that His appearance is unlike anything we can imagine.

The Bible also teaches that we are made in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). This means that we have some of the same qualities as God, such as love, compassion, and creativity. However, it does not mean that we look like God physically.

Ultimately, the question of what God looks like is a mystery. We may never know for sure what God’s appearance is like. But that’s okay. What matters most is that we know God is real and that He loves us.