And as he prayed, the fashion of his countenance was altered, and his raiment was white and glistering (Luke 9:29).
Following the experience of Jesus as He supplicated at the Mount of Transfiguration, there’re the individuals who think they’d generally need to go to that specific mountain to get transfigured. In any case, no; it was only a mountain.
Obviously, Jesus was frequently transfigured as He asked, however the record in Luke 9 was one event that the devotees had the chance to be available and see Him transfigured before them. God opened their eyes on that event to perceive what was occurring with Jesus—the dazzling magnificence that emitted from Him. In the event that their eyes hadn’t been opened, they wouldn’t have seen the transfiguration. It was profound, for they saw Elijah and Moses also, who vanished as the vision blurred.
Presently, what befell Jesus at the Mount of Transfiguration transpires more often than not as we implore in the Holy Ghost; we’re transfigured; we actually gleam from back to front. It’s something profound; that is the reason people around you may not see or notice anything, aside from the Lord opens their eyes, as He did the devotees. The brilliance of God is in your soul; your soul is celebrated with Christ. That greatness emanates from inside and penetrates everything around you when you ask, when you think about, and when you mull over God’s Word.
Keep in mind the declaration of Stephen in Acts 6:15, when he was captured and brought before the chamber. The Bible says his face looked to them like that of a holy messenger. They didn’t generally observe Stephen’s face aglow like that consistently, and wherever he went. The general population’s eyes were abruptly opened to see the brilliance all over at that specific minute.
A comparable event occurred when Jesus appeared to two of His followers, after His restoration. He strolled with them a long separation, and even tailed them home, yet they didn’t remember Him. Be that as it may, as He shared of the Communion with them, their eyes were opened, and they remembered Him, however he expeditiously disappeared from their sight (Luke 24:16-31).
Others may not see the wonder all over you. Their eyes may not be opened to see it all over, however one thing is certain: the wonder of God is on you, and in your soul! You’re always transfigured from greatness to wonder as you cooperation the Spirit; it’s one of the numerous sublime advantages of petition.