Mark 9:2-10. Jesus taketh with him Peter, &c., apart by themselves That is, separate from the multitude, apart from the apostles; and was transfigured before them The word μετεμορφωθη , here used, seems to refer to the form of God, and the form of a servant, mentioned by St. Paul, Philippians 2:6-7, and may intimate that the divine rays, which the indwelling Deity let out on this occasion, made the glorious change from one of these forms into the other. White as snow, as no fuller on earth can whiten Such as could not be equalled either by nature or art: And there appeared Elias Whom they expected: Moses Whom they did not. See the whole paragraph explained and improved, Matthew 17:1-13.
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