L. Gregory Jones - "The Face of God" (March 5, 2000)
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- L. Gregory Jones - "The Face of God" (March 5, 2000)
In the glory of the transfigured Christ we see the face of God. Yet this glory is not separate from suffering but comes through it. Thus, we reflect the glory by following Christ closely (without clinging to him) on his journey to Jerusalem, the cross, and the tomb, before rising in glory on Easter morning. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Sermon start time: (Part 1) 01:39. Sermon end time: (Part 1) 22:59.
Key quotation: “The glory of Christ, what it means to behold the face of God, is a glory that is found in suffering, death, and resurrection. The way in which we behold the face of God is by patterning our lives in Christ, by following, and living with the questions that recur as we follow, gaining clarity, deeper wisdom, deeper understanding but never having all of them resolved.”
- March 5, 2000
- Jones, L. Gregory
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