There is always a discussion of some kind pertaining to who God is, what is his relationship to us, and what part does He partake in. This discussion is an old one, not just in recent years as we might think. Let’s go back to the New Covenant and see what they thought and what God thought.
In Mark 12.13-17,Luke 20.19-26 we have the telling of the same story and same outcome. Jesus was being tested by his very own followers and of his enemy’s to tell them how he stood on this world. It back fired on the ones asking the question to Jesus.
In Luke 20 we see that Jesus is aware of the question and what it meant, this was God being God being God of all in all his glory.
Luke 20 enables us to acknowledge again of who we really are, and what we are to do. Jesus’s answer should be looked at in a ‘daily ritual’ of knowledge and identity to know and realize of what we are as ‘an image of God’!
Verse 24-25 reiterates Jesus answer to this question of “What is God’s”. 24. “Show me a coin. Whose likeness and inscription has it?” They said, “Caesar’s”. 25 He said to them, ” Then render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”
It’s ironic that we seem only to focus on just the first part of what Jesus says and not the last part. Maybe that is what the Jewish people thought too? But it is the last part that overrides the first to make it the most important. God is the creator, designer of all things and is the King of all and Lord of all. Until we understand this we will not be the kingdom of God.