However, being 'like' Jesus may be interpreted in different ways. There are some who would like to walk around in traditional Middle Eastern garb of 2,000 years ago. Of course, even I am able to remember being told that the sandals I was wearing, many years ago, were "Jesus sandals"!
Then there is the notice-board outside the church building that read: "Be like Jesus; attend services regularly" - presumably referring to Luke 4:16 "And He came to Nazareth, where He had been brought up; and He went to the synagogue, as His custom was, on the Sabbath Day."
The songwriters don't like to be missed out, either! I recently came across this little gem:
"To be like Jesus, to be like Jesus; all I ask to be like Him;
All through life’s journey, from earth to glory,
All I ask to be like Him;
To be like Jesus, to be like Jesus; all I ask to be like Him;
Not in a measure, but in its fullness,
All I ask to be like Him."
But does the simple emulation of an example; or an expressed desire to emulate, actually make one person like another? Apparently Alexander the Great had a twist in his neck that caused him to carry his head to one side. All of his courtiers tried to imitate their hero - but it didn't make any of them a great general!
There is, in the heart of every true disciple of Jesus, the desire expressed by another song-writer: