Who else appeared on this occasion?


"There appeared unto them Moses and Elias." Verse 3.
NOTE - In this miniature representation of Christ's kingdom, as in His triumphal entry into
Jerusalem (Matt. 21: 1-9), Christ appeared as King; Moses (Jude 9) represented the sleeping saints to be
raised at Christ's coming; and Elijah (2 Kings 2: 11) the living saints to be translated then.

What will finally be done with the dominion exercised by the little horn?
Why is the carnal mind enmity against God?
What positive declaration does the apostle then make?
What else has He promised to do?
To whom do those things which are revealed belong?
What did the prophet Isaiah predict of Christ?
Amidst poverty, suffering, and distress, what kind of workers does God wish to see?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle