Jesus took with him Peter and James and John, and led them up a high mountain apart, by themselves. And he was transfigured before them. ~Mark 9:2
Mount Tabor, which is believed to be the site of Jesus’ transfiguration, rises from a flat plain. The road to the top is a series of hairpin curves too sharp for a bus to manage, so we climb into taxis. Previous generations of pilgrims would have spent days making this trek, which we accomplish in twenty minutes, slamming from side to side across the bench seat.
Would you be willing to hike up a mountain to find God, or do you seek shortcuts? Do they work?
Prayer: O Creator, forgive my rush to moments of glory.