August 6, 2020

Mt 17:1-9

Peter, James and John are given insight into the glory of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. In a sense, it balances the earlier prediction of his passion, death and resurrection. Jesus instructs them not to share what they have seen and heard because they don’t fully understand and won’t until he has risen.

All too often, ignorance and fear cloud my understanding of what is and what will be. I pray for clarity and for the courage to walk in truth, toward the truth.

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