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Transfiguration Sunday: Transfiguration and Glory (Mark 9:1-8)

People of God, this morning we come to the Mount of Transfiguration. As we ascend this mountain we are bound to be somewhat confused by what we see. It is a striking story on a mountain with clouds and glittering … Continue reading

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Glory

We have glory. We are image bearers, which means we share the glory of the Triune God. We are made partakers of the divine image. We are glory, and becoming glorified. Glory is given, not earned. Jesus takes this glory … Continue reading

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Transfiguration Sunday: Matthew 17:1-5; Transfiguration and Resurrection

Audio Sermon Sermon: People of God, our gospel lesson shows us that the Transfiguration is that one great moment in history when Christ appeared in light to show us a preview of how we as a people of light are … Continue reading

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A Voice from the Clouds

Concerning the voice of the Father from the clouds in the Transfiguration, Rev. William Smith (PCA) writes: This is God’s throne chariot. This is the place where he is surrounded by myriads of cherubim and seraphim. Once again we see … Continue reading

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Transfigurationism

Jesus’ Transfiguration was only a preview to the glorious transfiguration of the world. In the resurrection, Jesus was changed again into a newly glorified body as a preview of what we shall be. Jesus’ mountain brilliance is the brilliance of … Continue reading

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