November 19, 2019

Tag - Transfiguration

The Feast of our Own Eternal Future

The reason why the Feast of the Transfiguration is the only one celebrated twice every year (on the second Sunday of Lent and August 6th) is because it is the feast of our eternal future in Christ Jesus. As opposed to analyzing and dissecting the...

God’s Glory is Unimaginable

How large is our universe? In his children’s book, Is the Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There Is?, author Robert Wells tries to help young people begin to understand this concept. The blue whale is the largest animal on earth, but it isn’t anywhere...

The Scandal of the Cross

Marathon runners are familiar with—and dread hitting the “wall.” The wall is the frightening sensation of running on empty; it occurs when the runner feels that all energies are utterly depleted and, seemingly, there is nothing else to rely on to...

Our Irreversible Transformation

The narrative of the Transfiguration is proposed to our consideration not once but twice a year! (Also on August 6). It is that important. It is about our future of glory in the following context: Do not conform yourselves to this age but be...

Seeing Things in a Different Light

A man named Steve Covey wrote a best-selling book called The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, and one of these habits is being careful about making assumptions or jumping to conclusions. He learned this lesson from something that happened on...

Drawing Us Closer To Himself

One night, many years ago, the passengers on a train were made very uneasy by a severe storm; lightning was flashing and thunder was rumbling, yet the train continued speeding on in the darkness, with only its headlight piercing the blackness...

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