Mohammad-the greatest

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In the name of Allāh,

the Beneficent, the Merciful.

Peace and Blessings of Allāh on Mohammad.

DEDICATED TO

Allāh–the Glorious and the High,

Lord of the worlds

AND TO

Mohammad–who brought the world

to our feet and eternity to our arms.

*

 MOHAMMAD–THE GREATEST MAN

Doctor James Mc/MacDonald “senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Rolling Meadows, Illinois,” on the topic Walk In The Word (taken from an undated audio-tape), making comparisons between Jesus and Mohammad in his effort to prove Jesus was God and “superior” to Mohammad.

Christians claim Jesus is the greatest. But Jesus says (up to his time) John the Baptist was the greatest person on earth: “Verily I say unto you, Among them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John the Baptist”–(Matthew 11:11).

   As Jesus was born of a woman, John the Baptist was greater than Jesus (whether in heaven or on earth it is expected that God/son of God to be greatest of all). As those who are born of a woman are not “clean,” and as Adam, Eve, and Melchisedec were not born, these are not only greater than Jesus but also cleaner than Jesus.

   As Christians believe Jesus to be God/son of God–which would make Jesus divine and not human–this disqualifies Jesus as being the greatest man to walk the earth. However, as Jesus is not divine, but human:

   Wars: A dazzling halo is hung over Jesus’ sermon on the Mount. Jesus was no pacifist. There is nothing docile or pacifistic about the leader who tells his followers to sell their coats and buy swords and to slay his enemies. That Jesus did not fight a war is no distinction; Buddha, Nanak, and Baha’ullah did not fight either. The greatest man must fight wars of justice.

   Except for the trumped up charge against him, Jesus was not pushed into war: he was not persecuted; under the shadow of the assassin; forced into exile; and pursued. Even if he was his disciples, who were always doubting and was of little and no “faith,” were hardly military material.

   Jesus was no pacifist: Jesus was a realist as is evident in the garden of Gethsemane when the soldiers came to arrest him; telling his disciples to put away their swords (though he instructed them to buy swords to protect him as he prayed). Jesus saying those who take up the sword would perish by the sword was no philosophy,it was fact-of-the-moment; their “two” novice swords against a band of military-skilled swordsmen were instant death; what Jesus was saying is: if you take up the sword we being out-sworded they will shred us. Jesus was being practical.

   Jesus booted the money-changers and bird-sellers from the temple; ordered his enemies be slain; he came not to send peace but a sword; and that his followers sell their coats and buy swords.

   Though Jesus did not fight directly in a war, compared to the five or so defensive wars Mohammad fought to end persecution and the conservative number of casualties of these wars, Jesus, according to Christians that he is God, and as Biblical prophets obeyed the dictates of God, Jesus was instrumental in the bloodiest episodes in Scriptural history: Jesus was complicit in all the wars and killings –from Moses, Joshua, Saul, Gideon, David, to Solomon–where not even the “ox, and sheep, and ass” were spared the “edge of the sword”–(Deut; 7:1-2; Josh. 10:40, 12:6).

   After all, the Christians’ God/Jesus “is a man of war”: “The Lord is a man of war: the Lord is his name”–(Exodus 15:3). Jesus also caused the death of innocent “swine”–(Matt. 8:28-32).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Birth: That Jesus had no father (though the Bible does not support “Virgin” birth; nor do all Christians); Adam, Eve and Melchisedec had no parents. In this, Adam, Eve, and Melchisedec are greater than Jesus.

Mohammad, having two parents, may be said to be greater than Jesus who had only one.

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Prophecies:Prophecies must be evident for all time. Jesus’ prophecies are vague and broad –there have always been earthquakes, famines, floods, and nations have been rising against nations since Cain and Abel. (Nostradamus also is said to have made prophecies).

   Mohammad’s prophecies were definitive and fulfilled in his own life-time. (See QUR'AN-PROPHECIES).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Miracles: The greatest miracle must stand the ravages of time. False Christs, Moses, Elijah, Elisha, Joshua, the river Jordan, the   pool at Bethesda, and a brass serpent performed miracles(Matt. 24:24; Ex. 7:10; 1 Kings 17:17-23; 2 Kings 4:32-36; 13:20-21; Josh. 10:12-13; 2 Kings 5:9-14; John 5:2-4; Num. 21:8-9); and Balaam’s ass spoke to him–(Num. 22:28, 30).

   Mohammad also gave us miracles, the greatest of which is the Qur’an, which is ever present to this day to verify. (See QUR'AN-PROPHECIES; QUR'AN-SCIENCE). 

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Knowledge: The greatest man must be certain in knowledge. Whereas Mohammad was certain about his knowledge, that he knows only what Allāh reveals to Him–(Qur’an 6:50; 7:187-188; 21:109).

   Jesus was not certain of his knowledge; he says: “no man hath ascended up to heaven”–(John 3:13); yet “Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven”–(2 Kings 2:1, 11); and “Enoch was translated that he should not see death…God had translated him”–(Heb. 11:5; Gen. 5:24). Jesus said “if I be lifted up from the earth”–(John 12:32); if Jesus had knowledge he should have said “after” or “when” I be lifted up. Jesus said no man hath seen God, but many saw God –Jacob (who even wrestled with God), the elders of Israel, and Isaiah–(John 5:37; Gen. 32:24-30; Ex. 24:9-11; Isaiah 6:1-5).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Mission: The greatest man must be certain of his mission. Mohammad was certain of his mission, to deliver the message of Allāh–(Qur’an 3:19).

Jesus was not certain about his mission. Initially, Jesus says he came only to the Jews, that he prayed only for them–(Matt. 15:24; John 17:9); ordered his disciples not to go to the Gentiles and Samaritans, and viewed non-Jews as “dogs” and “swine”–(Matt. 10:5-6; 7:6; 15:26); and said he finished the work, which was to preach to the Jews–(John 17:4; Luke 4:43). Yet, after the alleged crucifixion he is said to have instructed his disciples to go and “teach all nations”–(Matt. 28: 19).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Status: The greatest man must be aware of his status. Mohammad was aware of his status: he was only the Messenger of Allāh sent to the world–(Qur’an 7:158; 34:28; 48:29).

   Jesus was not certain of his status. First, in response to the Jews, Jesus says he will give them a "sign” similar to that of Jonas: as Jonas was (alive) in the whale's belly for three days and three nights, he would be (alive) in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights–(Matt. 12:39-40; Jonah 1:17; 2:1-10. If Jesus had died, his “sign” would not be as Jonas). Then, Jesus said he will be “betrayed and crucified”–(Matt. 26:2). Yet, after the alleged crucifixion Jesus told his “terrified” disciples he did not die, that he was not a resurrected person and therefore was not spirit: “Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have” –(Luke 24:39). Jesus is clearly saying he was not a spirit, not a resurrected person, but a living human being with “flesh and bones.”

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Mercy: The greatest man must demonstrate the highest act of mercy. Mohammad forgave thousands of his captives upon his victory at Makkah; Jesus had no captives to forgive.

   Jesus never prayed for the forgiveness of the deceased: he tells people to let their dead bury the dead–(Matt; 8:22). Mohammad not only prayed for the deceased Muslim, but prayed for the idolater; saying: “if I knew that if I asked forgiveness for him more than seventy times, he would be forgiven, I would ask it for more times than that” –(Qur’an 9:84, 113. Bokhari Vol. 6, # 193, 194). Such is the expanse of the mercy and magnanimity of this wonderful man Mohammad.

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Examples: The greatest man must show the best examples. Mohammad did not curse any tree –barren or fruitful. Mohammad did not fill “swine” (or any other creature) with “devils” and caused their deaths.

   -Jesus had a non-wife kiss his feet and wipe them with her hair–(Luke 7:37-38);

   -Jesus addressed his mother as “Woman, what have I to do with thee?”–(John 2:4. No dutiful child would address his mother in this manner);

   -Jesus established himself as a glutton and wine-bibber–(Luke 7:34. While it may be necessary that one be among the sinful to reform them, to indulge in their ignoble practice(s) as enticement is irresponsible if not sinful);

   -Jesus tells others to let the dead bury dead, but he resurrected Lazarus (which is hypocritical)–(Matt. 22:39; John 11:43-44);

   -Jesus tells others to love their neighbor, but labels non-Jews “dogs” and “swine” (which is hypocritical)–(Matt. 22: 39; 7:6);

   -Jesus enjoins honor to parents, but dishonors his mother (which is hypocritical)–(Matt. 19:19; 12:46-50. Mohammad taught us paradise lies at the feet of mothers);

   -Jesus tells others to bless them that curse you, but he cursed a helpless fig tree and ridiculed the Jews as “vipers” and an “evil and adulterous generation” (which is hypocritical)–(Matt. 5:44; Mark 11:12-21; Matt. 12:34, 39);

   -Jesus tells others to turn the other cheek but instructs his associates to sell their garments and buy swords (which is hypocritical)–(Matt. 5:39; Luke 22:36);

   -Jesus tells others to love their enemies and to forgive seventy-times seven, but ordered that his enemies be brought and slain, and that he came not to send peace but a sword (which is hypocritical)–(Matt. 5:44; Luke 19:27; Matt. 10:34);

   –Jesus tells others to pray for them that despise you and persecute you, but he upbraided the peoples of Chorazin, Bethsaida, and Capernaum for not accepting his miracles and reforming–(Matt, 5:44; 11:20-24); and instead of praying for the Jews, he ridiculed them as “generation of vipers;” “evil and adulterous generation;” as “fools” and “blind guides”–(Matt. 12: 34, 39; 23:16-17, 24);

   -Jesus, the pastor’s “God”/son of God, knowing the disastrous effects of alcohol as it thrusted Lot into incest with his daughters, not to mention its detriment to health, made water into wine to increase (and even spread) drunkenness and whatever evil and distresses accompanies it–(John 2:1-11).

   Conversely, Mohammad taught the idolatrous Arab, and the world; forgave his enemies, agonized over their disbelief and prayed for the rejecters of God–(Qur’an 18:6; 9:84; 113-114; Bokhari Vol. 6; # 194, 197); admonished us against, and abstained from, intoxicants; and his impeccable conduct earned him the coveted title al-Amin–the Truthful.

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Precepts: the greatest man must teach the best social, moral and spiritual precepts.

   While Jesus, as prophet of God, is expected to give moral teachings many, as the Bible teaches, lose their luster when viewed through the luminous lens of logic. Christians are not allowed to seek justice or retaliate: Christ says, “resist not evil;” give the other cheek; give the plaintiff our cloak along with our coat in settlement, go an extra mile with the compeller (though he booted his compellers out the Temple–(Matt. 5:39-41. No intelligent woman (or man) would give her daughter to be violated after she was; or give hidden fortune to a thief, or give more to the plaintiff than is due; or allow herself to be pummeled if she has a means of defense).

   And if one is to “resist not evil,” give the other cheek, go with the compeller, and give more to the plaintiff in all situations and under all conditions, then the Allies of World War II should have let Hitler become Emperor of Europe; Britain should not have sailed halfway around the globe to unseat Argentina from the Falklands Island but should have thrown in England or Scotland along to the Argentines; and America should have let the 9/11 attackers have a blast all over the U.S. Contrast this to Mohammad who taught through the Qur’an that there are times to give the other cheek and times to take an eye in return.

   Jesus advises: “Agree with thine adversary quickly, whiles thou art in the way with him; lest at any time the adversary deliver thee to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the officer, and thou be cast into prison”–(Matt. 5:25. Wonder what Nelson Mandela, modern anti-Apartheid icon, would say about this dictum: he may have saved himself thirty years jail; and his brother-in-cause, Steve Biko, may be alive; and South Africa may still be in “prison”–Apartheid). So, for fear of imprisonment, a Christian must agree to frame an innocent man for murder and send him to the gallows. The Christian nations that acquiesced to or supported German invasion were only following Jesus’ precept to “agree” with their “adversary.” And Christian individuals who handed Jews over to the Germans should be honored for obeying Jesus to “agree” with their adversary. (Perhaps this is why the Vatican was silent during Hitler’s reign, for fear of violating Jesus’ decree to agree with the adversary. As noted, Jesus taught to bring his enemies who did not want him to rule and slay them, and that he who is not with him is against him; perhaps these also are reasons why the Vatican was silent when “Christian” Europe was being purged of Jewish presence).

   Contrastingly, Mohammad/Allāh requires us to give justice even it be against one-self or parents, to aid not in sin and aggression, nor let hatred incite us to transgress–(Qur’an 4:135; 5:3).

Jesus taught his followers, as the birds and the lilies and grass do not toil yet they survive as God takes care of them, so: “Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on…for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you”–(Matt. 6:25-34). Whereas God does provide for the birds and the lilies and the grass (and whereas the lilies and grass have no mobility and if water is not given to them they will die) the worm and berries do not go to the bird: the bird has to take flight and even battle other birds for the worm and berries.

   By telling man to pray only and leaving it all to God to send him groceries through hand-outs, this pastor’s “God”/son of God is teaching man to be loafers and mendicants.

   Contrast the Christian’s “God”/son of God with the exhortations of Allāh and His noble Messenger, Mohammad: Allāh tells us everything in the heavens and the earth were created for our benefit and urges us to seek knowledge to put them to our service; and after we finish offering our prayers to go into the land and seek of His bounties. And His magnanimous Messenger informs us we have a duty to Allāh, ourselves, families, and community. Earning bread honestly is a part of righteousness.

   Jesus says the “meek” shall inherit the earth (meek, may also be atheists; though it seems odd atheists should inherit the earth); and, “Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” So if you are not “meek,” and righteous but not “persecuted” you get nothing–(Matthew 5:5, 10).*

   Contrastingly, Mohammad taught us that the “meek” as well as the rich and poor who believe in Allāh and do good works shall inherit the “kingdom of heaven.” Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

*(Considering that there is no Gospel “according to” God or “according” to Jesus; or a “God’s Version” or a “Jesus’ Version”. One is hard pressed to not wonder if such Biblical Divine delicacies were not baked in the human oven and fed into the mouth of Jesus in order to subdue, subjugate, and sack. Memory seems to recall the words of a negro lecturer in college who, commenting on the European presence in Africa, remarked in dark humor that the White man gave the African the Bible and took his gold).

   Universality: The greatest man must not be partial. Instead of teaching non-Jews, Jesus refers to them as “dogs” and “swine;”–(Matt. 7:6; 15:26); here we have the Christians’ “God” branding His own creation, who had no say in their race and not charged with a sin, as “dogs” and “swine;” and the Christians’ son of God labeling his Father’s creation “dogs” and “swine.” 

Whereas, Mohammad taught even the idolatrous and announced that he is the universal Messenger of God–(Qur’an 9:6; 7:158; 21:107; 34:28).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

Benevolence: The greatest man must have done the most for the down-trodden –Woman, Slave, and Orphan. Let’s list Jesus’ declarations ameliorating their sufferings…….We’re done! The Biblical Jesus spent his ministry performing miracles, teaching his followers to be fishers of men, and doling out absurd teachings. (As noted above in Precepts).

   The Jewish Law (which Jesus followed) that puts Woman under the rulership of her husband and relegates her daughter into servitude was “unfavorable” to her. Christianity sunk her deeper into the pit of hopelessness: its doctrine of inherited sin and Woman is the transgressor saw her “as an evil but necessary appendage, and she received the worst treatment of all from Christianity.” (See CHRISTIANITY-WOMEN OF).

(We often hear such musical Christian claims as “universal” brotherhood, love, spirit, values, teachings, tolerance, mercy, forgiveness and egalitarianism. Belief is not to be confused with facts. The religion that stamps others as dogs and swine, enslaves heathen, views woman as transgressor, subjugates wife and sees her as an object of carnal release, relegate daughters into bondage, vilifies opposers as enemies, commands that enemies be slain, and speaks in parables to prevent others from knowing God “lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven themis on no moral or spiritual throne to make such lofty claims–Matt. 7:6; 15:26; Lev. 25:44; 1 Tim 2:11-14; Gen. 3:16 & 1Cor, 7:1-2; Ex. 21:7.; Luke 19:27; Matt. 12:30; Mark 4:9-12).Whatever fruits of bliss the Christian woman is enjoying did not come from any tree planted by Christ, but from the crops of modern culture).

Jesus had nothing to say on behalf of the Slave, the Woman and the Orphan. That, he left for the Comforter, Mohammad the magnanimous, to do.

   Mohammad extricated Woman from the bog of degradation and sat her aloft on the throne of honor and left her nothing for which to strive; Mohammad liberated the Slave from the shackles of servitude and placed in his grasp the scepter of regality; Mohammad raised the Orphan from the dust of despair and sat him on the cushion of hope. Mohammad is the only Benefactor Woman, Slave, and Orphan have known.

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Sin: The greatest man must be sinless. (The pastor claims Mohammad sinned, quoting Qur’an 40:55; 47:19; 48:12. Though he did not give examples of these sins; nor could he as there is no sin to recount.

   The word “istaghfara is explained as meaning he sought of God covering or forgiveness or pardon.” Thus the word means not only to overlook a wrong committed, but also to guide us from committing a sin: and the latter is the significance in which the word is used in these verses–M. Ali, comm. 2194.

   Allāh says if we love Him we must follow Mohammad–(Qur’an 3:30), and Whoever obeys the Messenger obeys Allāh–(4:80): Allāh would not have man follow a sinner. The Prophet purified others of sin–(2:129, 151; 3:163; 9:103; 62:2). As prophets speak and act only according to Allāh’s command they could not have sinned–(21:27).

   Whereas Mohammad was sinless, according to the Bible, Jesus, the Christians’ God and son of God, sinned: loading swine with devils causing them to drown and owners to suffer loss of property–(Matt. 8:28-33. Mark 5:13); ordering the slaughter of even the “ox” and “ass” of the Hittites etc; so that Jews could occupy their lands–(Deut; 7:1-2. Josh 10:40; 12:6); and inspiring Samson to incinerate “three hundred foxes”–(Judge. 15:4).

   The Christians’ God, Jesus, committed the sin of hypocrisy: he says leave the dead to bury the dead, but he resurrected Lazarus and the widow’s son–(Matt. 8:22; John 11:43-44; Luke 7:12-15); he says bless them that curse you, but he cursed a helpless fig tree;it is a sin to curse a thing that has no control over itself(Matt. 5:44; Mark 11:12-21); he says love your enemies and forgive seventy times seven, but he ordered his enemies be slain–(Matt. 5:44; 18:22; Luke 19:27); he says love your neighbor, but he labels people “dogs” and “swine”–(Matt. 22: 39; 7:6); he says honor parents, but he disowns his mother, which is not only hypocrisy but sin–(Matt. 19:19; 12:46-50.Mary could not have been guilty of neglecting God so that Jesus should dishonor her; Mary was chosen over all women because she was “highly favoured” by God, and “blessed”–(Luke 1:28); he says give the other cheek but commanded his followers to sell their garments and buy swords–(Matt. 5:39; Luke 22:36); he says go another mile with your compeller, but he boots the bird-sellers and money-changers out of the temple–(Matt. 5:41; 21:12); he told his disciples he sends them “as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves,” but he took off for Ephraim when he found out the “wolves” were plotting to kill him (though he had power to lay down his life and take it up again)–(Matt. 10:16. John 11:53-54).

   The Christians’ God, Jesus, also lied/deceived, telling his followers: “Go ye up unto this feast, for my time is not yet full come,” “But when his brethren were gone up, then went he also up unto the feast, not openly, but as it were in secret”–(John 7:8-10. Jesus could not have changed his mind. As “God,” he would be Omniscient and would know when he would be going).

   Contrast this pastor’s “God” to Mohammad who was not only al-Amin –the truthful– he had no outside woman kissed his feet and dried them with her hair; took no intoxicant; used his resources to free slaves; preached and build a community in the day and spent half his night in worship of God; and preached clearly giving mercy and forgiveness equally to all. If anyone needed to be forgiven of sin it is notMohammad.

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Followers: The greatest man must have the highest number and most devoted of followers. After nearly fifteen hundred years Mohammad has some one and a quarter billion followers who scrupulously adhere to his teachings of the Unity of God and his Divine Messengership. Whereas, as already shown, Jesus as God, one in a Trinity with God, son of God, inherited sin and vicarious atonement are not teachings of Jesus. Jesus taught that he was a prophet of God sent to preach to the Israelites. Thus, except for Muslims who honor Jesus’ true status, after two thousand years Jesus has NOT EVEN A SINGLE FOLLOWER.

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

(Jesus taught his people to observe the Ten Commandments; and gave them the Eleventh Commandment –for them to follow the Comforter who will guide them into “all truth” and abide “forever.” Naturally, those who wish to follow Jesus would be following Mohammad. One can deny Mohammad to be the Comforter; one cannot disprove that Mohammad is the Comforter. See JESUS-COMFORTER).

   All truth: The greatest man must give “all truth.” Jesus admittedly did not give “all truth.”

   Mohammad did. (The world is still waiting to hear “all truth” from the Holy Ghost.).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.  

   The everlasting Gospel: The greatest man must bring the “everlasting gospel”. Jesus did not bring this Gospel.

   Mohammad brought the “everlasting gospel” –the Qur’an, which contains “all truth” that are needed for our moral, social, intellectual and spiritual upliftment.

   As the everlasting Gospel was yet to come the Bible and Jesus could not be the last Book or last man to come; neither could Jesus be the only way and truth to God: this last Book (Qur’an) which has “all truth” and this last man (Mohammad) that brought it are the only way and truth to God. (There is no wisdom in following a man, Jesus, who did not bring “all truth”). Moreover, as the everlasting Gospel came, the Bible is now rendered OBSOLETE. (See JESUS-REDUNDANT NO RANSOM).

   Thus, Jesus was not the greatest man.

   Experience:  The greatest man must have the most numerous life’s experiences:                                  

-Mohammad was a husband and father; Jesus was not (as far as the Gospels tell us).

-Mohammad was a businessman; Jesus was not.

-Mohammad was a soldier and general; Jesus was not.

-Mohammad was a ruler and statesman; Jesus was not.

-Mohammad was a diplomat; Jesus was not.

-Mohammad was a conqueror; Jesus was not.

-Mohammad was a judge and administrator; Jesus was not.

-Mohammad was a “mercy;” Jesus was not –Jesus had no captives nor was he in a position to forgive others (praying for the forgiveness of others or asking God to forgive them is not the same as one actually forgiving his captives.

   Thus, while Jesus, like other prophets, was righteous and honorable, the greatest man who walked the earth and in all facets of life is MOHAMMAD.

   Jesus was in no way “superior” to Mohammad. In fact, of all the claimants to Divine Dispensation Mohammad is the only one who, through the inimitable Qur’an, can justify his claim. Given the conjectures surrounding Jesus –as to whether he is God or not; one in a Trinity or not; whether he died for inherited sin or for committed sin; whether he was of virgin birth or not; whether he was real or phantom– but for Mohammad, through the Qur’an, Jesus may have long since been relegated to the bin of ‘myths and legends’.

   Even if Jesus was the greatest this would not make him Divine or vicarious atoner.

Whereas Jesus was only a messenger of God sent to the Israelites to call them to “repentance” and “forgiveness”, Christians con-signed Jesus to the bed of celibacy, crowned him with Divinity and made him scapegoat for non-existent inherited sin. (See JESUS-LIKE DAVID).

Jesus says you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free (from lies, falsehood, and blasphemy). And the Divine truth is, Jesus was a prophet of God sent ONLY FOR JEWSand to foretell the coming of the COMFORTER(MOHAMMAD)who will guide into “all truth” and will “abide forever” and whom all are to follow; and

“THERE IS NO GOD BUT ALLĀH;

MOHAMMAD IS THE MESSENGER OF ALLĀH!”

While Allāh, God, would not call us to account for that which we do not know, when knowledge comes to us what reason or excuse can we have for not accepting and follow it? “But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost hath NEVERforgiveness but is in danger of ETERNAL DAMNATION”–(Mark 3:29).

   While we are alive we have the grand opportunity to repent and have eternal life in Paradise. When we die there is no second chance.

What is holding you back from BAPTIZING

with Allāh, the Best of Baptizers?

(Qur’an 2:138).

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