In Mark 9, Peter, James, and John accompany Jesus up a high mountain. On this mountain, they witness Jesus’ Transfiguration; he became dazzlingly white, and they see Jesus talking to Moses and Elijah, who also appear. They hear a voice say, “This is my Son, the Beloved, listen to him!” They witness all of this, and just as soon as it began, it ends as everything returns to normal. Jesus begins to lead them back down the mountain, but not before stopping to warn them not to tell anyone about what they have seen until the Son of Man has been raised from the dead. As they journey back down the mountain, the disciples have one question: What on earth could Jesus mean when he says, “raised from the dead”?