What was veiled now is seen
Jesus the image of
the invisible God
In the transfigured Word
A kingdom once concealed
On the earth now revealed
And my burning heart can
scarcely take it in
As I behold Your beauty with unworthy eyes
The only song my soul can find to sing
hallelujah my King
To the high ground
To a clear view and in awe
I’ll be there beholding You
Your glory that cannot be unseen
I am changed and changing still
As I look upon You Lord and believe
Transfiguration - In the Bible [Verses & Devotional]
The song Transfiguration by Hillsong Worship is a beautiful reminder of the power of Jesus’s transfiguration. In the song, we are reminded that Jesus is the image of the invisible God, and that His divinity was confirmed in the transfigured Word. We are called to behold His beauty with unworthy eyes and to sing a song of hallelujah to our King.
The Bible speaks of Jesus’s transfiguration in Matthew 17:2-3, which says, “And he was transfigured before them, and his face shone like the sun, and his clothes became white as light. And behold, there appeared to them Moses and Elijah, talking with him.” This passage reminds us that Jesus’s transfiguration was a powerful moment in which His divinity was revealed to the disciples.
The song Transfiguration calls us to lead our longing hearts to the high ground, to a clear view of Jesus, and to be in awe of Him. We are reminded that when we look upon Jesus, we are changed and changing still. This is a reminder of the power of Jesus’s transfiguration and the impact it has on our lives. We are called to behold His beauty and to sing a song of hallelujah to our King.
As we reflect on the song Transfiguration, let us remember the words of 2 Corinthians 3:18, which says, “And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another.” Let us remember that when we behold the glory of the Lord, we are being transformed into His image. Let us remember to lead our longing hearts to the high ground and to be in awe of Jesus. Let us sing a song of hallelujah to our King.