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    Chapter 33: Appearing in Glory: The Transfiguration
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    “Chapter 33: Appearing in Glory: The Transfiguration,” New Testament Stories (2005), 78–79

    “Chapter 33,” New Testament Stories, 78–79

    Chapter 33

    Appearing in Glory: The Transfiguration

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    Jesus took Peter, James, and John to the top of a high mountain to pray.

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    As Jesus prayed, the glory of God came upon Him. His face was bright like the sun. Two Old Testament prophets named Moses and Elias appeared to Him. They talked about His coming death and resurrection.

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    While Jesus was praying, the Apostles fell asleep.

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    When they awoke, they saw the glory of Jesus Christ, Moses, and Elias. They heard Heavenly Father’s voice testify, “This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.”

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    The Apostles were afraid and fell to the ground. Jesus touched them and told them not to fear. When they looked up, the heavenly messengers were gone. Jesus told the Apostles not to tell anyone what they had seen until after He had died and been resurrected.