uncommon sense: exhibit a - The Transfiguration of our Lord

Most people would agree that the world would be a better place if people used a little more common sense. But Jesus came to introduce a way of life that wasn't an improvement or addition to what's considered common sense. It was a complete reversal. This week we see that common sense says glory is for personal gain, but Jesus hides his glory to accomplish salvation for the world. Common sense says you must gain power and prestige to accomplish your ends, but Jesus says even the greatest power is nothing if not used in service to another. We live in the uncommon sense of the gospel that Jesus Christ veiled his divine glory for a time to achieve for us glory that will last forever.


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