+ He is transfigured. We are transformed.
I can’t imagine what it would have been like to be there to witness the transfiguration of Jesus. Not only do Peter, James, and John see Elijah and Moses, they see Jesus transformed. It was a moment where there was no turning back. They had seen Jesus for who He was.
We have a God that’s not distant, but a God who wants us to know Him and makes Himself present and available to us. Jesus is transfigured, but the disciples are transformed. This Lent God wants to reveal who He is. We are also reminded by St. John Paul II that “Christ fully reveals man to himself.”
In today’s #ShareJesus video, Leah Darrow talks about her personal story of transformation and the Sacrament of Confession. She challenges us that transformation calls us to action. It’s reflected in our lives.
How has your life been transformed?
Sharing Online (you can use the share buttons below or above this article)
Are you following us on Facebook? Twitter? Instagram? Pinterest? A simple #ShareJesus daily goal: two posts: one with the video and one without.
Don’t forget to use the #ShareJesus with each post. Remember
- Share from your heart and personal experience.
- Pray before posting.
- Step back and ask yourself how you would respond to your posts.
On Social Media today consider these questions:
- When was a specific moment in time that your view of Jesus was transformed?
- How has your life been transformed?
- How have you encountered God in the Sacraments?
On Facebook, please share the video from our Facebook page. This way you’ll get a lot more views than if you share a Youtube link on Facebook. From Twitter please use the Youtube link http://youtu.be/FIuqniXEtB0 with your posts and don’t forget to RT our tweets.
What has the Lord been saying to you this Lent through the first 7 #ShareJesus videos? We would love to hear your feedback on Twitter and on Facebook.
Taking it Offline
- Pray that you would see the areas of your life that still need transformation.
- Pray with someone (not just for them) who is struggling, that God’s love will continue to encourage and transform them.
- Get to church one extra time this week if possible, even if just to pray for a couple of minutes.
- Call a friend that you haven’t talked to in a while and tell them about your Lent so far.
- Continue to pray for those who you want to share the Lord with over Lent.
You’ve got the opportunity every day to encounter the love of God in prayer. Don’t miss that opportunity for transformation today!
God bless you,
We would love to hear your feedback below!