People of the book – part 13

The weirdest of all! in the verse 19 of Deuteronomy chapter 18:
” And it shall come to pass, that whosoever will not hearken unto my words which he shall speak in my name, I will require it of him.”

We have a further fulfillment of the prophecy in Muhummed! Note the words-‘…..MY WORDS WHICH HE SHALL SPEAK IN MY NAME,” and in whose name does Muhummed speak? We all know the answer even if we’re not Muslims: “in the name of God, most gracious, most merciful”

The Prophecy was fulfilled in to the letter. Every chapter of the Holy Qur’ân except the 9th begin with the formula: in the name of God, most gracious, most merciful.

The Muslim begins his every lawful act with this. But the Christian begins: “In the name of the Father, son and Holy Ghost.”
Concerning Deuteronomy chapter eighteen, I have given you more than 14 reasons as to how this prophecy refers to Muhummed and NOT to Jesus.

The Christian theologians are ignorant of even the name of God. Because “God” is not a name, and “Father” is also not a name.

People of the book – part 4

We know what has been written, we doubt what has been changed but we ignore what has been forgotten.

The word of God is so important for the human being, it helps the person follow certain rules which will keep him on the right path and live a good life while expecting the reward for his right conduct in the next one. The rules of God are higher than the ones we make. If we follow the guidelines He sent us, we will be happy and rewarded for our obedience. If we desobey being headless of His commandments, we will be punished in the hereafter. So simple, yet ignored.

The Lord sent us messages, warnings, knowledge, prophets, signs to help us see who He is and how we should behave in this temporary existence. Do you think it is thanks to you that the rivers flow? Do you think it is thanks to your knowledge that vegetables came out of the ground in the first place? Everything we have (from the sun light to the cup of tea on your table) is created by God. We have to acknowledge that so that we might be thankful.

God sent us His messngers/prophets, because He saw His creatures fighting, robbing, killing, taking advantage of the weak, hoarding wealth as if they were going to live forever, pushing away the needy…. He saw rebellion and greed in us. Deeds that rejoiced the devil and angered God.
But their contemporaries were ungrateful, they rejected their teachings. Some were beaten, tortuted, or even killed by those opposing them. Even though deep down, they knew that they were messengers of God, but jealousy, greed and pride pushed them to refuse submission to God. Still, the Lord sent others to bring them light and justice.
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Élie, Job, Salomon, David, Jonas, Lot, Noe, Moses, Aaron, Jesus, Mohammed, they were all sent to teach us and guide us to the right path leading to Heaven.

Poetry #164

Sweet is your name
That fills my heart
A light that surrounds me tenderly
Making my heart beat faster
The thoughts of you gives me strengh
When all lights are out
You’re the rain that washes away my fears
When despair burns my mind
For you I’d give my life
Just to spend some time with you
How can’t I fall in love
After reading your words
Your words are truth
Please bring me closer
I need you my love
I’m yours
My beloved