Transfiguration of Jesus

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Noun1.Transfiguration of Jesus - (New Testament) the sudden emanation of radiance from the person of JesusTransfiguration of Jesus - (New Testament) the sudden emanation of radiance from the person of Jesus
New Testament - the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline and other epistles, and Revelation; composed soon after Christ's death; the second half of the Christian Bible
miracle - a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of a divine agent
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In an interview following the unveiling of the image of Transfiguration of Jesus Christ at the Eternal Gardens Cabuyao City, Arroyo said she wants Pampanga to become a business hub and financial district of Central Luzon.
The transfiguration of Jesus reminds us that we can always change for the better.
Mount Tabor is known for the Transfiguration of Jesus and Nazareth is his hometown.
This divine portrayal is imitated in the Transfiguration of Jesus, whose clothes become dazzlingly white, and also in Revelation's Son of Man, whose hair is like wool or snow.
Cristobal de Villalpando, Moses and the Brazen Serpent and the Transfiguration of Jesus, 1683, oil on canvas, 28 ft.
"Metamorphosis: An Invitation to Fly" is a warm inspiring comparison between the life of a caterpillar- becoming- a butterfly to the promise of eternal life in the transfiguration of Jesus Christ.
The show's centrepiece is his monumental Moses and the Brazen Serpent and the Transfiguration of Jesus of 1683 (pictured), which has never been exhibited outside the artist's native Mexico.
The theme was the story of the Transfiguration of Jesus, when he took Peter, James and John to a quiet mountain spot and there was surrounded by dazzling light, joined by Moses and Elijah, and was affirmed by God.
The authors close the section with a two-page landscape that places Mount Tabor--the site of the Transfiguration of Jesus and His conversation with Moses and Elijah--within a sweeping, rugged, and wind-swept landscape.
He compares and contrasts the two situations that we read in the other two lessons and shows how the transfiguration of Jesus is still alive for Christians.
Ultimately, it is the transfiguration of Jesus that calls out to us most poignantly.