Revelation 11:5,6 describes the actions of a prophet who performs miracles like Moses (and Elijah) as the "two" witnesses who battle the wild beast on behalf of God's people for a period of 42 months. The transfiguration foreshadows this, where a glorified Jesus is seen conversing with Moses and Elijah. This means that Jesus cannot be the prophet like Moses. He will not be the two witnesses. Unless there is to be two prophets like Moses?
What is Moses famous for? God used Moses to deliver his people Israel from a tyrannical world empire. The two witnesses (as Moses and Elijah) will do the same for modern-day "Israel" (the Christian congregation). Jesus did no such thing. He did not deliver anyone from the tyrannical Roman empire. He was not like Moses at all.
The prophecy at Deuteronomy 18:15,18 and Acts 3:21-24 states that anyone from among God's people who do not listen to the prophet like Moses will be utterly destroyed. If Jesus fulfilled the role of the prophet like Moses back in his day, then how come no one was completely destroyed?
Indeed, anyone who does not listen to that Prophet will be completely destroyed from among the people. (Acts 3:23)
The same verses in Acts describe Jesus as remaining in heaven until the times of the restoration of all things:
Heaven must hold this one within itself until the times of restoration of all things of which God spoke through the mouth of his holy prophets of old. In fact, Moses said: "Jehovah your God will raise up for you from among your brothers a prophet like me. You must listen to whatever he tells you.
So Jesus remains in heaven until the last days when a prophet like Moses is raised up to restore all things during the times of the restoration of all things (as the two witnesses, Moses and Elijah). Indeed, it is Elijah who comes to "restore all things" (Matt. 17:11). This is what the transfiguration represents. And what do Jesus and Moses/Elijah discuss? The death of Jesus in Jerusalem at the hands of Rome. Why? It is because the two witnesses suffer a similar fate at the hands of the wild beast empire (United Nations world government):
And their corpses will be on the main street of the great city (Jerusalem) that is in a spiritual sense called Sodʹom and Egypt, where their Lord was also executed on the stake (Luke 9:31; Rev. 11:8).
When God's people are delivered from the wild beast they are singing two songs - the song of the Lamb (Christ) and the song of Moses (Rev. 15:3). Why? Is it because the prophet like Moses is a separate person from the Lamb?