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Transfiguration / Translation

 

Occurrences:  1 - “transfigured”

First Reference:  Yeshua 19:3

 

 

 

See:  Maciah, Mount Tabor, Yeshua

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Transfiguration and Translation

 

To be transfigured means to change the form or appearance of an individual from a mortal state to an immortal state. The process of transfiguration causes feelings of euphoria and supreme harmony, expunging from a person’s mind, all fears, worries and uncertainties which occur due to the stress of living the mortal life. This state of bliss and calm certainty is always temporary, and happens only when celestial beings present themselves for the purpose of instructing one concerning the designs and purposes of God. The process of transfiguration begins prior to the appearance of celestial beings. This can be verified by reading Yeshua 19:3-4. In this account, Yeshua is transfigured before his apostles on Mount Tabor, prior to the advent of Moses and Elijah.

Being translated is much different than being transfigured. To be translated means that a mortal person is returned to God without first tasting death. And while this is rare, it does happen. Whenever a person follows God to such an extent that they become holy, having endured the trials and tribulations of life with masterful good grace, the veil of mortality begins to unravel itself from around them. And the person, being unhindered by doubt, simply steps through the veil into the presence of God and the Elohim who are gathered there to receive them.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

And when they had gone, Yeshua took the twelve with Peter, James, and John, and with them also did he take Miriam his mother and the seven which she appointed, and certain others also, and together they ascended the mount.

And the Lord, drawing himself away some little distance, was transfigured before their eyes: and his face did shine as a light, and his raiment was made bright like the sun.

And all which saw trembled at the sight thereof, and when they were knelt down, there appeared beside the Lord both Moses and Elijah.

Yeshua 19:2-4

 

 

[...] “At her mother’s death, Maciah was appointed the great High Priestess of God. She was the only woman in history to be translated from a mortal state to an eternal state due to her great holiness before God.”

Azrael’s Commentary - Maciah, para. 4

 

 

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