Transformation And Victory Through Beholding Jesus

 “But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.”

2 Corinthians 3:18

The greatest miracle that Peter experienced happened one night when he stepped out of his boat in the middle of a storm at Jesus’ word. That night, the winds were wild and the waves, boisterous. But as long as Peter kept his eyes on Jesus, he did the impossible—he walked on water.

Jesus was walking on the water and when Peter looked at Jesus, he became like Jesus and did the supernatural. God’s Word declares that “we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.”

Beloved, when you keep your focus on Jesus, you are transformed into His image from glory to glory. You are transformed by beholding, not by working. When you see that Jesus is above the storms of your life, you will effortlessly rise above those storms.

So instead of looking at how insurmountable your circumstances and challenges are, turn away from them and keep your eyes on Jesus. While it may sound impractical, it is the most powerful thing you can do, and Jesus will cause you to reign over every storm in your life!

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  • Jaime Martin says:

    Wow! Yes! Amen!

  • Joe says:

    Hey how does just keeping your eyes on Christ help? Does this mean to keep praising Christ Dailey while going through our struggles?

    • Jackie says:

      Joe, I believe Pastor Prince is saying look to Jesus in your time of need. Instead of just looking at how difficult your situations are, remember and meditate on the truth that Jesus is your righteousness, shepherd, and help in all times of need!

  • Lawrence Ho says:

    It takes a lot of patience as sometimes the breakthrough is so far away. Have to wait for it to happen.

  • shonkola says:

    @ Joe,the Man of God implies the need to reflect on the reality of the word. Remember ,Jesus Christ is the word made fresh. In other words we aught to realize our identity as reflected in the word (Christ Jesus) in complete belief and thereafter,will start being transformed in its likeness.

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