1I can assure you that some of the people standing here will not die before they see God's kingdom come with power. 2 #
2 P 1.17,18. Six days later Jesus took Peter, James, and John with him. They went up on a high mountain, where they could be alone. There in front of the disciples, Jesus was completely changed. 3And his clothes became much whiter than any bleach on earth could make them. 4Then Elijah and Moses appeared and were talking with Jesus. 5Peter said to Jesus, “Teacher, it is good for us to be here! Let us make three shelters, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.” 6But Peter and the others were terribly frightened, and he did not know what he was talking about. 7 #
Mt 3.17; Mk 1.11; Lk 3.22. The shadow of a cloud passed over and covered them. From the cloud a voice said, “This is my Son, and I love him. Listen to what he says!” 8At once the disciples looked around, but they saw only Jesus. 9As Jesus and his disciples were coming down the mountain, he told them not to say a word about what they had seen, until the Son of Man had been raised from death. 10So they kept it to themselves. But they wondered what he meant by the words “raised from death.” 11 #
Ml 4.5; Mt 11.14. The disciples asked Jesus, “Don't the teachers of the Law of Moses say that Elijah must come before the Messiah does?” 12 #
Si 48.10. Jesus answered: Elijah certainly will come#9.12 Elijah certainly will come: See the note at 6.15. to get everything ready. But don't the Scriptures also say that the Son of Man must suffer terribly and be rejected? 13I can assure you that Elijah has already come. And people treated him just as they wanted to, as the Scriptures say they would.