August 6, 2018

Mark 9:2-10

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.

I know I would have wanted to remain with you on the mountain. Yet it was through the inevitability of your suffering and death that you entered into your glory, for me and for all.

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A spiritual reflection on the daily readings that help cultivate a pattern of daily prayer and a deepening relationship with God


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