Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 28 May 2019 — ALWAYS BEING TRANSFIGURED

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 28 May 2019

(Tuesday 28th May 2019)


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And as he prayed, the fashion of his countenance was altered, and his raiment was white and glistering (Luke 9:29).

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 28 May 2019


Following the experience of Jesus as He prayed at the Mount of Transfiguration,
there’re those who think they’d always have to go to that particular mountain to get transfigured. But
no; it was just a mountain.

Evidently, Jesus was often transfigured as He prayed, but the account in Luke 9 was one occasion that the disciples had the opportunity to be present
and see Him transfigured before them. God opened their eyes on that occasion to see what was happening with Jesus—the resplendent glory that effused from Him. If their eyes hadn’t been opened, they wouldn’t have
seen the transfiguration. It was spiritual, for they saw
Elijah and Moses as well, who disappeared as the vision

Now, what happened to Jesus at the Mount of Transfiguration happens to us most of the time as we pray in the Holy Ghost; we’re transfigured; we literally
glow from inside out. It’s something spiritual; that’s
why those around you may not see or notice anything,
except the Lord opens their eyes, like He did the disciples.

The glory of God is in your spirit; your spirit is glorified with Christ. That glory radiates from within and permeates everything around you when you pray,
when you study, and when you meditate on God’s Word.

Remember the testimony of Stephen in Acts 6:15, when he was arrested and brought before the council. The Bible says his face looked to them like
that of an angel. They didn’t always see Stephen’s face
aglow like that every day, and everywhere he went. The
people’s eyes were suddenly opened to see the glory
on his face at that particular moment.

A similar occurrence took place when Jesus appeared to two of His disciples, after His resurrection. He walked with them a long distance, and even
followed them home, yet they didn’t recognise Him.
But as He partook of the Communion with them, their
eyes were opened, and they recognised Him, but he
promptly vanished from their sight (Luke 24:16-31).

Others may not see the glory all over you. Their eyes may not be opened to see it on your face, but
one thing is sure: the glory of God is on you, and in your spirit! You’re constantly transfigured from glory to glory as you fellowship the ln Spirit; it’s one of the many glorious benefits of prayer.


I’m constantly transfigured, being filled with the Spirit.
As I speak in tongues, there’s an unleashing of the
supernatural and all-round transformation in my spirit,
soul, and body. My spirit gains the ascendancy and
power over anything that’s of the world, and I rise
higher and higher like an edifice, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

1 Corinthians 14:2; 2 Corinthians 3:18

John 13:31-14:1-14 & 2 Kings 23-25

Mark 13:24-37 & Numbers 31

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome


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Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 28 May 2019 — ALWAYS BEING TRANSFIGURED

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