That's how God sees us. He focuses on Jesus and you're right behind Him but the Father only sees His Son. If He wants to see what you're doing so He looks to see what Jesus did.
But are we like Jesus?
Do we walk on water, open blind eyes, cleanse the lepers? Does the clothes we wear heal anyone who touches them? Would our shadow heal those we passed like Peter's did?
Do we, as professed believers, look any different than those that don't believe? We are to be a peculiar people, set apart, but are we?
Do you talk about others, and not in a good way, like the world? Do we complain about our spouses, kids, jobs, aches and pains constantly?
Mark 11:23 tells us to speak to the mountain, or problem, and it will be cast into the sea. When was the last time you spoke to your spouse or children instead of complained to them or about them?
Problems at work? Speak to your boss about them and discover a solution for change.
Need to be healed? Speak the word to your disease or pain and watch it melt away like wax running down a candle.
Whatever the mountain you face can be cast away by speaking. Going to God and complaining isn't prayer. When you go to God giving thanks for what His son has already done for us is a sweet aroma to our Father.
When that sweet fragrance reaches heaven, God looks at His son and is well pleased by all His children.
Because as Jesus is, without strife or pain, so are we in this world.