Holy transfiguration by the hand of Deacon Matthew Garrett greek orhtodox church jesus icons frame payment and transport: More on the Transfiguration of Christ The feast our Church celebrates on August 6th commemorates the transfiguration, or metamorphosis, of Christ on Mount Tabor, when our...
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More on the Transfiguration of Christ
The feast our Church celebrates on August 6th commemorates the transfiguration, or metamorphosis, of Christ on Mount Tabor, when our Lord appeared in His divine glory before three of His disciples. You can read an account of the Holy Transfiguration in the book of Luke 9:28-36, or click here to read these verses on our website.
According to the New Testament, Our Lord took three of His disciples (St. Peter, St. Iakovos, and St. John the Theologian), to the top of Mt. Tabor, where He was transfigured by showing them some of His glory (as much as they could handle), in the presence of the two Holy Prophets Elias and Moses. St. Isidoros Pelousiotis explained that the appearance of the two Holy Prophets during the Transfiguration, along with the presence of the three disciples, indicate and affirm that Our Lord Jesus Christ is in total control of both the living and the dead.
It is very significant that The Lord's Transfiguration took place before his arrest. After His disciples witnessed His awesome glory and tremendous power, they then saw Him humiliated in the most disgraceful ways, and eventually put on The Cross. Then they could realize that He suffered everything because of His infinite, truthful, and unconditional love towards each one of us individually, and that He wants all of us to be with Him eternally.