Jesus-Comforter

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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.
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Jesus said in John 14:16: “And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you ANOTHER Comforter.”
Christians claim that the Holy Ghost is this “ANOTHER” Comforter. But as noted below the Holy Ghost was here before and during Jesus’ ministry. Thus, unless Christians have more than one (three?) Holy Ghost, the Holy Ghost cannot be this “ANOTHER” Comforter.  

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              COMFORTER/SPIRIT OF TRUTH
Jesus foretold the coming of “another” Comforter who will guide us into “all truth”–(John 14:16; 16:13). 
   The Holy Ghost/Spirit is not the Comforter. The Holy Ghost was already here, before, during, and after Jesus–(Luke 1:41, 67; 2:25; 3:22; John 20:22; Acts 2:4; 8:17; 11:15; 19:6); but he, she, or it did not bring any gospel or speak with a loud voice.
   The Apostles speaking in “tongues” is not the same as the Comforter guiding into “all truth;” there is no record of what they spoke or any description or detail of their “wonders and signs”–(Acts 2:1-11, 43).  There is record of the “all truth” Mohammad spoke –the Qur’an–  which will abide with us “for ever.”

Jesus spoke of “another” Comforter. If the Holy Ghost is one Comforter who is this “another” Comforter?   If there is “another” Holy Ghost/Spirit the Christians’ Godhead would consist of four personages –Father, Son, Holy Ghost, and Holy Ghost Jnr.

Even if Jesus is the first Comforter, the Holy Ghost/Spirit could not be the “another” Comforter: the HG as noted was already here before, during, and after Jesus, and in two thousand years there is not even a crumb of the “all truth” he was to bring. 
   This “another” Comforter could not be a Spirit, for as Jesus was one Comforter and man, this “another” Comforter must also be man
   The Comforter referred to as “Spirit of Truth,” “Spirit” is not to be taken literally to mean unseen being, but one who embodies “truth;” and which epithet –al-Amin, the Truthful– the Prophet Mohammad was revered as, even by his rabid foes.

As noted above the Comforter is to guide into “all truth”:
   -What description did Jesus give about Heaven or paradise? None! We have to ask Mohammad. (All Jesus said was that there are many mansions in his Father’s house: John 14:2. For more on Jesus’ alleged return see JESUS-SECOND COMING).

   -What description did Jesus give about Hell? None! We have to ask Mohammad. (All Jesus said was that Hell was an “everlasting fire” that “never shall be quenched” in which there will be “wailing and gnashing of teeth”: Matt. 18:8; Mark 9:43; Matt. 13:42. Though Islam teaches that Hell is not forever –it is proportional to the degree of one’s sin: Qur’an 11:107; 78:21-26. See Muhammad Ali comm. on these verses).

   -What did Jesus say about: the origin of life? Nothing! We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 21:30).
 -What what did Jesus say about the fetus and its development in the womb? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 22:5; 39:6).

   -What did Jesus say about women’s menstruation? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad-(Qur’an 2:222).
  -What did Jesus say about man being created into different tribes, colors and languages? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 30:22; 49:13).

   -What did Jesus say about how milk is produced in cattle? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad(Qur’an 16:66).
  -What did Jesus say about bees making honey? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–Qur’an 16:68-69).

   -What did Jesus say about the sun and moon and orbits? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad.-(Qur’an 21:33; 36:40).
   -What did Jesus say about the moon’s light? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 10:5; 25:61; 71:16) 

   -What did Jesus say about particles smaller than atom? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 10:61).
  -What did Jesus say about the formation of rain clouds? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 30:48; 35:9).

   -What did Jesus say about the formation of the universe? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 41:11).
    -What did Jesus say about the mountains stabilizing the earth? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 16:15; 31:10).

   -What did Jesus say about salt and sweet water? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 25:53; 55:19-20).

   -What did Jesus say about the expansion of the universe? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 51:47).
    -What did Jesus say about space travels? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 15:14-15; 55:33).

   -What did Jesus say about there being more than one world? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 1:1; 56:77-80).
  -What did Jesus say about the existence of living-beings on other planets? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 19:93-95; 42:29).

 -What scientific signs did Jesus foretell at the approaching doomsday? None. We have to ask Mohammad –the Sun will fold up–(Qur’an 81:1); Stars will fall, become dust-colored (lose light)–(Qur’an 81:2); The heaven will look like molten copper; red hide–(Qur’an 70:6-8; 55:37); Ocean will boil–(Qur’an 81:6; 82:3); The Sun and Moon will join together–(Qur’an 75:8-9).

   -What did Jesus say about the months? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 9:36).
   -What did Jesus say about the sun and moon and the computation of time? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 2:189; 6:96; 10:5).

   -What did Jesus say about the stars and guidance? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(Qur’an 6:97).
   -What did Jesus say about diseases and their cures? Nothing. We have to ask Mohammad–(For several cures taught by the Prophet see Bokhari, Vol. 7). (Details to the above scientific statements can be found in Qur’an-science).  

For matters in all facets of life we have to ask the Comforter who guided us into “all truth” and who will “abide for ever” and whom all are to follow –MOHAMMAD! 
  Islam/Mohammad is the answer to all problems. Yes, Islam/Mohammad even tells us how to make “pasta.”

(Allāh reveals that He has left nothing out of His Qur’an–[Qur’an 6:38; 12:111; 16:89]. Thus, Islam is the answer to all that are needed for our moral, social, intellectual and spiritual upliftment. In fact, Islam is the answer to all problems. Allāh reveals in His Qur’an 16:43:“And We sent not before thee any but men to whom We sent revelation –so ask the followers of the Reminder if you know not–”
  While this verse is dealing with men/revelation, it can be applied to every aspect of life where a person does not know something; all he/she needs do is “ask” someone who knows; thus, if a person does not know how to make “pasta” then he/she should “ask” someone who knows how to make pasta. Allāh/Islam directs us how to know. Allāh also tells the Prophet [and us] to pray for knowledge [Qur’an 20:114]; and the Prophet instructed us to go even to China to seek knowledge and also to seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave).

Like Jesus, the Holy Ghost 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 shack-les 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.

Jesus says this “another” Comforter will “testify of” and “glorify” him–(John 15:25; 16:14).  There is no record of the Holy Ghost testifying of and glorifying Jesus; Mohammad did; testifying to Jesus’ status as prophet of God and repudiating the “Jewish calumnies” against him and his mother. (Read the Qur’an).

To restate, Jesus Foretold: “And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter that he may abide with you forever;” “Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth”-(John 14:16; 6:13).
In consonance with Jesus’ prophecy, Allāh reveals in Qur’an 61:6 Jesus foretold the coming of Ahmad –another name of the Prophet Mohammad. “And when Jesus, son of Mary said:O Children of Israel, surely I am the Messenger of Allāh to you, verifying that which is before me of the Torah and giving the good news of a Messenger who will come after me, his name being Ahmad”
And Malik Ghulam Farid notes in his commentary (3037):

“The above prophecy in the Gospel of John closely resembles the prophecy mentioned in the verse under comment (Qur’an 61:6) except that instead of Ahmad the name stated therein (in the Gospel) is Paraclete (Comforter)…Jesus spoke both Aramaic and Hebrew. Aramaic was his mother tongue and Hebrew his religious language. The present Biblical version is the translation of Aramaic and Hebrew into Greek…The Greek language has another word, i.e., Periklutos, with a similar meaning as Ahmad in Arabic. Jack Finegan, the renowned Christian theologian, in his book, “The Archaeology of World Religions,” says: ‘Where in reek the word Parakletos (Comforter) is very similar to Periklutos (renowned), the latter word being the meaning of the names Ahmad and Muhammad.’ Moreover, “The Damascus Document”, a scripture discovered towards the end of the nineteenth century in Ezra synagogue, Old Cairo, (p.2), described Jesus as having foretold the advent of a “Holy Spirit”, named Emeth: And by His Messiah, He has made them know His Holy Spirit. For it is he who is Emeth, i.e., the Truthful One, and in accordance with His name are also theirs… “Emeth” in Hebrew means “the Truth”, or “the Truthful One and a person of constant goodness” (Strachan’s Fourth Gospel, p. 141). This word was interpreted by the Jews as “God’s Seal.” Naturally, though Jesus must have used the name Ahmad, the phonetic resemblance between the two words (Ahmad and Emeth) led later writers to substitute “Emeth” for Ahmad, its Hebrew synonym. Thus the prophecy mentioned in the verse (of John) applies to the Holy Prophet” (Mohammad).            

We are yet to hear of a Holy Ghost/Spirit named Ahmad or Emeth “the truth” or “the Truthful One and a person of constant goodness.”

Jesus says the Father will send this “another Comforter.” If the Holy Ghost/Spirit is the Comforter and as Jesus is said to be God –Father, Son and Holy Ghost– Jesus would be sending himself and God and the Holy Ghost back to earth. 

Christians do not know what or who the Holy Ghost is. Prof. Abdul Ahad Dawud B.D. –“the former Reverend David Benjamin Keldani, B.D., a Roman Catholic priest of the Uniate-Chaldean sect”– points out: “The Holy Spirit, in all the Christian literature of diverse languages, has not a fixed gender. He, she, it, are all commonly us-ed as the personal pronouns for the Holy Ghost;” And      

“The Comforter –the Spirit of Truth– spoken of by Jesus was no other than Muhammad himself. It cannot be taken as the Holy Ghost, as the Church theology says. “It is expedient for you that I go away,” says Jesus, “for if I go not away the Comforter will not come unto you, but if I depart I will send him unto you”(John 16:7). The words clearly show that the Comforter had to come after the departure of Jesus, and was not with him when he uttered these words. Are we to presume that Jesus was devoid of the Holy Ghost if his coming was conditional on the going of Jesus: besides, the way in which Jesus describes him makes him a human being, not a ghost. “He shall not speak of himself, but whatsoever he shall hear that he shall speak” (John 16:13). Should we presume that the Holy Ghost and God are two distinct entities and that the Holy Ghost speaks of himself and also what he hears from God? The words of Jesus clearly refer to some messenger from God. He calls him the Spirit of Truth, and so the Qur‘an speaks of Muhammad, “Nay, he has come with the Truth and verified the apostles” (Qur’an 37:37). (Muhammad In The Bible, p. 6). 

Jesus says the Comforter will not speak of himself but what he hears, which is the same as God informing Moses about Him raising up a prophet like Moses and that: “I…will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him”–(Deut. 18:18. If Jesus is God then God put His words into His own mouth). 
   These words God put into the mouth of the prophet like Moses and the words the Comforter heard from God is the Qur’an–(Qur’an 53:3-5).

Jesus also said the Comforter will guided us into “all truth.” As shown, the Prophet Mohammad is the Comforter.  And the Qur’an is the Book of “all truth.”
The Qur’an consists of teachings of past prophets that are applicable to all time and contains teachings that are not met with in past Scriptures. Thus, The 
Qur’an consists of, exceeds, and supersedes all other Scriptures. “Nothing have We omitted from the Book (Qur’an);” “explaining all things;” “A Messenger from Allāh, reciting pure pages, Wherein are (all) right books”-(Qur’an 61:6; 6:38; 12:111; 16:89; 98:2-3)

Clearly, the Holy Ghost is not the Comforter. This “another Comforter” is irrefutably the Prophet MOHAMMAD.

Notably, Mohammad does not need the Bible or any other Scripture to substantiate his claim to Divine Messengership; the Qur’an –with its prophecies [that have already manifested];  scientific pronouncements [which have been verified], and inimitability (Qur’an 2:23; 10:38; 11:13; 17:88; 52:33)– is his proof. 
   In fact, the Qur’an is not only proof of Mohammad’s Divine Messengership it is a refutation of atheism, for no man in Mohammad’s time could have known about some of the things that Mohammad taught.

Evidently, as the Comforter will give ‘all truth” and “abide for ever” the Bible, devoid of “all truth,” the Bible is obsolete; and as Jesus did not give “all truth” and will not “abide for ever” Jesus is redundant;  NO ONE NEEDS JESUS.
Jesus is no longer the only name, and way, life, truth and resurrection; THE COMFORTER MOHAMMAD IS NOW  is the only name, the way, the life, the truth, and the resurrection for all people.
Christians who want that mansion or bungalow in heaven have no choice but to bow to Allāh, to: “There is no God but Allāh; Mohammad is the messenger of Allāh.”  no man cometh to God but by Mohammad.

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