I have been thinking about our resurrection body lately. I read N. T. Wright’s “Surprised by Hope” and it caused me to review the subject again. John writes that when Jesus come, we will see Him as He is and we will be like Him. I believe this is in regard to the kind of body we will have in eternity. It was pre-revealed on the Mount of Transfiguration. Whereas before the incarnation, Jesus was Spirit without body – “God is Spirit”. But “inasmuch as the children have partaken of flesh and blood, He Himself likewise shared in the same”. When Jesus was raised, the grave clothes were left behind. The body had been transformed and there was no further need not use for earthy clothing. We find the same thing happened when Elijah was caught up in the whirlwind. He left his clothes behind! (2 Kings 2:13). From this I conclude that his body was transformed as it was taken by the fire-horse driven chariot. When Stephen looked into heaven, he saw Jesus standing beside the glory of God. As for God, Stephen saw glory; as for Jesus, Stephen recognized Jesus. He recognized Jesus because His resurrected body was recognizable, as it had been before His ascension. Perhaps I am overstepping, but I do not believe so. Jesus has a body, the same body that was on earth but glorified and transformed, and that body is a model of what ours will be (1Jn 3:2). So here are a few thoughts offered to provoke more thought.