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Why did Jesus only take three disciples for the Transfiguration?
Trinity, Fewness of Saved
MHFM: This is (another) good quote from St. Thomas Aquinas on the necessity of faith in the Trinity for salvation and the fact that few are saved.
St. Thomas Aquinas, Commentary on Mt. 17 and the Transfiguration: “He taketh unto him Peter and James, and John [for the Transfiguration]. Why did He not take them all? It was to signify that not all who are called reach the kingdom of God; hence, it is said: ‘Many are called but few chosen’. And why did He take only three disciples? It was to signify that no one can reach God’s kingdom except in the faith of the Trinity. ‘He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved’ (Mk. 16, 16).”
Pfizer already has control over many nations of the world? - shocking must-see video
MHFM: The arrogance of the people who run Pfizer is remarkable. They act like they are the kings of the world and that the masses are clamoring for the poison.
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