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  • A Glimpse Of Glory Series

    Contributed by Don Campbell on Sep 28, 2012
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    The first sermon gives us a glimpse of Jesus' glory as well as our own, while the second directs our attention to the battle ground in the valley below.

    A GLIMPSE OF GLORY Matt 17:1-8; Mk 9:2-8; Lk 9:28-36 INTRODUCTION A. Peter had objected to Jesus’ mentioning his death, and Jesus had to put Peter in his place (Matt 16:21-26). B. About a week later Peter, James, and John were given a privileged-glimpse of the future glory of Jesus more

  • Transformation (His And Ours)

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Oct 30, 2012

    Using the account of Jesus' transfiguration there are lessons we can learn about our transformation

    TRANSFORMATION: His and Ours MATTHEW 17: 1-8 Today I want to talk to you about TRANSFORMATION. Most of you don't understand what that means. Many of us think of the caterpillar and the butterfly. But that is not truly transformation. Why? Because what happens to the butterfly is only more

  • “mountain With The Best View” Series

    Contributed by Grant Macdonald on Nov 17, 2011

    Sometimes something happens that is so startling that it opens your eyes to what was there, but hidden, and it forever changes the world!

    I remember it like it was just a few moments ago. It was a beautiful clear, sunny Tuesday morning and I had a meeting with Jay and Colette about their mission work in Poland. Jay came running into my office and told me to look on the internet because something big was happening in New York City. more

  • What Happens On The Mountain... Shouldn't Stay On The Mountain

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Feb 21, 2012
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    God uses mountain top experiences in our lives and the lives of others to prepare us for living in the real world down in the valley.

    Title: What Happens On the Mountain… Shouldn't Stay On the Mountain Text: Matthew 17:1-9 Thesis: God uses mountain top experiences to prepare us for living in the valley. Transfiguration Sunday is a day we reflect on perhaps the ultimate of mountain top experiences in which we are more

  • Lighting The Night Sky

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 7, 2014
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    God transfigures us and sends us out into the world to share His love. God uses us to light the sky of the darkest nights of the soul. Praise be to God.

    One day I was reading the news on the net, I do that most every day. I ran across a headline for an article titled, “Death of an International Language.” The title sounded intriguing so I read it. It made both sad and nostalgic. The article talked about the death of Morse code, the only more

  • The Transfiguration

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 14, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    I believe the Transfiguration took place, because God the Father wanted to answer the question: Definitely - once and for all, “Who is Jesus?”

    8/30/2005 The Transfiguration Matthew 17:1-17:13 Story: A man was arraigned for murder in Los Angeles about 60 years ago. It was a difficult case with a lot of circumstantial evidence. more

  • Walking With The Suffering Christ

    Contributed by John Vella on Feb 5, 2007
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    During this Lenten season we are asked to reflect on our Saviour’s suffering, death and resurrection. We are asked in some ways to walk with the one who suffered for us.

    Seeds for Sowing, Vol. VI, Issue 2, No. 14 Second Sunday of Lent- Year A February 24, 2002 Readings: * Gen. 12:1-4 * 2 Tim: 1:8-10 * Mt. 17: 1-9 Walking with the Suffering Christ Less Than Whole At the Nicene Council, an important church meeting in the 4th century A.D., of more

  • Lent 2019 - The Transfiguration Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Mar 13, 2019

    The Transfiguration of Jesus is a moment in time when we get a glimpse of Jesus heavenly Glory and we also get another testimony of Jesus as the Father's one and only Son. We also see Him discussing His "departure" with Moses and Elijah.

    Lent 2019 - The Transfiguration Please stand as we read our newest memory Scripture together … 1 John 1:5-7 “This is the message we have heard from Him and declare to you: God is light; in Him there is no darkness at all. If we claim to have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the darkness, we more

  • Jesus Only

    Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on Jul 6, 2007
    based on 34 ratings

    Peter blundered, but his blunder has become a great blessing to millions, for it has taught us that our eyes must be fixed upon Jesus and Him only.

    Matthew 17:1-14 “JESUS ONLY” The separation of the three The speech of the two (represent the Law and the Prophets) The sovereignty of the one Six days before the events of our text, Jesus had dropped the bombshell that He would die and be raised the third day. We are not told what took more

  • Transferable Gospel - Well Done My Son

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Mar 3, 2018
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    The transfiguration of Jesus moves around in the liturgical calendar but always appears before a great trial ahead for Jesus.

    Transferable gospel - Well done my Son Luke 9: 28-36 We have all heard of a transferable feast and the best example is Easter as it occurs at a different time each year. Naturally Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday and Good Friday also follow this pattern. Today’s gospel reading about the more

  • Listen To Him

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Mar 3, 2018
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    We stand as onlookers with Peter, James and John and see a very special experience - a mysterious experience and hear God say: "This is my Son, my Chosen, listen to him"

    Listen to Him Luke 9:28-36 Today we stand as onlookers with Peter, James and John and see a very special experience - a mysterious experience. His countenance, and even the robe Jesus is wearing, begins to glow until it is a dazzling white and with him we see two men - Moses the law-giver, more

  • The Transfiguration Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Aug 26, 2017
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    The Lord Jesus Christ was glorified before His death and resurrection and that’s the story of the transfiguration.

    -AD 29_ Unnamed Mountain Lesson: The Transfiguration (Isaiah 42:1) Matthew 17:1-13, Mark 9:2-13, Luke 9:28-36 -Matthew- The final verse of chapter 16 belongs here with chapter 17, because Jesus is speaking about the transfiguration when He says: Assuredly, I say to you, there are more

  • Transfiguracion

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jul 9, 2017

    Cuando el maquillaje cuesta $23 no es momento para llorar!

    Transfiguración El rostro de Jesús se puso resplandeciente como el sol. “Dios de Dios, Luz de Luz.” En Exodo 34:29, “el rostro de Moisés resplandecía, después de haber hablado con Dios.” El resplandor espiritual es el resultado de la comunión con Dios. No requiere maquillaje. Yo vi more

  • Transfiguration--“God From God, Light From Light.”

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jul 6, 2017
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    At Mass, we pray that God will “bring us into the light of Your face.”

    Transfiguration Jesus was transfigured; his physical appearance changed such that his face shone like the sun. “God from God, light from light.” In the book of Exodus, Moses’s “face shone because he had been talking with God” (Exodus 34:29). So we too can be filled with the presence of God, more

  • An Unforgettable Mountaintop Experience Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Aug 4, 2016
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    Why God gives us Mountaintop Spiritual Experiences--to be remembered as we go through the valleys of life.

    Eye-witness to the Messiah An Unforgettable Mountain-Top Experience Matthew 17:1-13 Did you know that a bad memory can be one of the greatest weaknesses in your spiritual life? It has been for me on at least two occasions, and probably more than I can remember—remember, I have a bad more