The Muslim Jesus
by Rassool Auckbaraullee
In the Name of God, the Benevolent, the Merciful. Praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds, the Benevolent, the Merciful, the Sovereign Lord, the Holy One, the Source of Peace, the Mighty and the Wise.
The Virgin Mary
In difficult times, a recently widowed woman prayed to God and offered her unborn child to God's service. She had in mind that her son would become a rabbi. God heard her prayer, but she gave birth to a girl, Mary. From then on, the Lord made Mary grow in purity and beauty. God says, "Mary, God has chosen you and purified you. He has chosen you over all other women." The Lord give you glad tidings that you shall be blessed with the Word. His name will be Jesus. He will be honored by Him in this world and in the Hereafter and he will have his place among the nearest to His Lord. Quran 3-45. Amazing, this might be difficult for you to believe that we even know Jesus, and his blessed mother Mary, and how much we love them both, because you only heard about Muhammad, and that I do blame earlier Muslims for not addressing Jesus before, but I am doing my best now. The only difference is we love God more, and give him all due praise, because he is the Creator. A very important fact about Mary is - she is the only women mentioned by name in the Quran. There is an entire chapter dedicated to her, called Mary. She is also mentioned by name, more times in the Quran 34xthen the KJV Bible 19x.
In her late teens Mary journeyed east into the wilderness to be alone. She set up a small tent and continued her studies. One day while she was studying and praying, the Archangel Gabriel, also known as "The Holy Spirit," came to her and announced: "O Mary! The Lord gives you glad tidings that you shall be blessed with the Word. You will be given a son: his name will be the Messiah, Jesus. He will be noble in this world and in the Hereafter. He will be among those who are closest to God."
The frightened girl gave the famous reply, "My Lord, how can I have a son when no man has touched me?!" The angel answered, "So it will be. The Lord creates what He wishes. He need only say, 'Be'and it is done."
Infusion with the Holy Spirit
Jesus performed many miracles, by the permission of God, as a Sign for believers, other than his virgin birth and his declaration of his prophet hood as a newborn child in the cradle. In fact, these two miracles are sufficient to reveal the extraordinary nature of Jesus. After all, only a miracle could make a new-born child speak so rationally and with faith:
Remember when God said: "'Jesus, son of Mary, remember My blessing to You and to your mother when I reinforced you with the Holy Spirit (Angel Gabriel) so that you could speak to people in the cradle and when you were fully grown; and when I taught you Book and Wisdom...." (5:110)
Other Miracles of Jesus
Jesus' disciples even doubted him on one occasion and asked for a miracle to be performed in front of them. They were hungry after many days of hard missionary work and asked Jesus to make a table full of food appear. Jesus complied with their wish, though he warned that anyone who disbelieved after that would be hopelessly lost. Chapter 5 of the Quran-"The Table Spread"-takes its name from this incident. There is no other Prophet that was given the ability to the many Miracles he did with the permission of God. From right after birth to when he was risen from God,
As a Messenger to the tribe of Israel, saying: "I have brought you a Sign from your Lord. I will create the shape of a bird out of clay for you and then breathe into it and it will be a bird by God's permission. I will heal the blind and the leper, and bring the dead to life, by God's authority. I will tell you what you eat and what you store up in your homes. There is a Sign for you if you are believers."(3:49)
Crucifixion or Cruci-Fiction
Who was crucified on that fateful day? The scholars say that the Caucasian Romans may have grabbed the disciple, Judas, who betrayed Jesus instead. Historians claim Jesus said, "Have not I chosen you twelve; and one of you is a devil?" John 6:70
The two looked almost alike, and in the confusion they may have executed Judas instead. In any case, Islam says the method of deception is unimportant. What matters is that people thought that Jesus died, when indeed he didn't. Also according to the bible why did Jesus say "Eli Eli Lama Sabuchtani"Oh God Oh God Why Have Though Forsaken Me? Matthew 27:45-46 God would not allow any of his Prophets, be tortured. God had always granted all Prophets wishes, because he loved them the most, and was closest too. Why would Jesus be any different? But why was it meant to be perceived this way, I don't know.
Nay, Allah raised him up unto Himself; and Allah is exalted in Power, Wise."
Where is it? What happened to it? You will read many different stories on the internet. A secret society has it hidden in the Pyramids. There was a time it was lost and then found three hundred years later the original cross of Jesus was reportedly discovered in 326ADby Helena of Constantinople mother of Constantine, but where is it now? It would be in some Museum or something sacred and wouldn't be secret right...
Compilation of the Bible from the Gospel
After Jesus left the earth, some of his later followers started to corrupt the revelation. The message called the Injeel (Gospel) was never written down. When the followers finally did get around to making a book of Scripture, they placed a selection of writings on a table and voted on what they thought should be included. This council was held in 325 AD in Nicea, Greece. The group of writings the council included in their book, or "The New Testament" was the writings of Paul, who created Christianity. Also when the Idea of Trinity was adopted in the New Testament, prior to this time it was never there. The word Trinity doesn't even exist in the Bible but it's in the Quran.
Under the influence of some pagan ideas from the Greeks, they developed the belief in "the trinity" (the father, the son, and the Holy Ghost). Under the name of "Christianity," they adhered to a totally different religion than Islam.
In A.D. 303, a quarter of a century earlier, the pagan emperor Diocletian had undertaken to destroy all Christian writings that could be found. As a result Christian documents - especially in Rome - all but vanished. When Constantine commissioned new versions of these documents, it enabled the custodians of orthodoxy to revise, edit, and rewrite their material as they saw fit, in accordance with their tenets. They wrote them in Greek whereas the language of Jesus and his disciples was Aramaic, a language close to Arabic. It was at this point that most of the crucial alterations in the New Testament were probably made. The importance of Constantine's commission must not be underestimated. Of the five thousand extant early manuscript versions of the New Testament, not one predates the fourth century. The New Testament as it exists today is essentially a product of fourth-century editors and writers. Consequently, Christianity today has lost much of Jesus' original teaching of Islam.
After Jesus, God sent another messenger from a different tribe in order that through him He could reveal the original religion to the world, and He endowed him with a noble book. This messenger is the Prophet Muhammad and the book is the Quran, the only unaltered revelation.
The Second Coming of Jesus
At that point when the current appears to be very strong, the religion of true Islam, which comprises the collective personality of Jesus, will emerge. That is, it will descend from the skies of Divine Mercy. Present Christianity will be purified in the face of that reality; it will cast off superstition and distortion, and unite with the truths of Islam. The true religion will become a mighty force as a result of its joining it. Then the person of Jesus, who is present with his human body in the world of the heavens, will come to lead the current of the true religion relying on the promise of God.
It will be the truly pious followers of Jesus who will kill the gigantic collective personality of materialism and nonreligious which the Anti-Christ (Dajjal) will form - for the Anti-Christ will be killed by just seeing Jesus - this sounds kinda "Lord of the Rings", but that's what was left to us to know. The Anti-Christ will do its best to start its fellowship, and will be destroyed just like in the movie Lord of the Rings by just making eye contact with Jesus. Jesus will then destroy his ideas and disbelief, which are atheistic. The narration: "Jesus will come and will perform the obligatory prayers behind the Mahdi and follow him," alludes to this union, and to the sovereignty of the Quran and its being followed. Jesus will assume leadership in spreading the final manifestation of the law (the Quran) and its teachings
The second coming of Jesus will be a major sign that the end of the world and the judgment of God is imminent. Jesus will live the rest of his life on earth, get married, have children, die and be buried next to Muhammad in Medina, Saudi Arabia. So in respect to Christians, we Muslims are waiting for the Prophet Jesus as well, again for different reasons and different endings. For us he's alive and well. You need to understand this very well. We are waiting for him too. Where is he? He is in the second heaven of five, with his cousin, another Prophet John the Baptist. Waiting for the hour to return back to Earth. He is the only human being in the flesh who is in Heaven.He is still at the age of 33 when he was raised 2 thousand + years ago, and its to his example that, everyone who goes to Heaven, will be turn back or added up to the same age of 33. Interesting eh. So if your child who died at birth or at 5 will be 33 in Heaven. If you die at 100 or 66, you too will be 33, as for the First human in the Flesh who's there now - Jesus is 33.
Unitarian View of Pure Monotheism
The foolish notion that God would ever allow Himself, even if it were possible, to be pounced on and humiliated, let alone crucified in order to satisfy man's perverse narcissism, is folly raised to its highest power. This morbid love of self is one of the main causes of man's continuing addiction to the wanting to become equal with God.
God compares the creation of Jesus to that of Adam. The best creation God ever made. The first human. Who had no father and no mother. Jesus was created without a father, but at least he had a mother. Adam and Eve were created without either. "Truly the likeness of Jesus with God is as the likeness of Adam. He created him of dust and then said to him 'Be!' and he was."
On Judgment Day, Jesus will say to God about the Christians, "I never said anything to them except what You commanded me to. Namely, 'To serve God, my Lord and your Lord.'" Quran 5 117-120 for this reason Muslims are mutually more closely related to Jesus than Christians are.
According to the Quran (Chapter 4) certain Jews, as well as Christians, falter in their faith primarily because of their selective way of thinking; they accept some of the prophets as true and deny the prophet hood of others.
I apologize if this e-book was rude in anyway to Christians or Jews; it's an informative e-book for people to use their ability to reason. Muslims are to respect and become friends with Christians and Jews for all three religions start with the same history although end differently. I just want you to do your own research of your faith not because you have to believe everything your Priest saids.
The purpose of Islam is to call people away from the worship of creation and to direct them toward the worship of The Creator alone. This is where Islam differs from other religions. Although most religions teach that there is a creator who created all that exists, they are rarely free of some form of polytheism (idolatry) with respect to worship.
Most people have a tendency to focus their devotion on something they can visualize, something imaginable, even though they have an instinctive knowledge that The Creator of the universe is far greater than their imaginations.
God says that the religion is one religion to God, Islam. Meaning that Islam is not a religion brought by Muhammad unprecedented, what the Prophet did, was to bring the "final" version of it to people. So Jesus was a Muslim and Moses a Muslim too. Being in the right religion in any time is equivalent to be a Muslim.
Muslims must believe in all Divine scriptures in their original form, their Prophets and making no distinction between them: The Suhuf (Abraham); Torah (Moses); Psalms (David); Gospel (Jesus); and the Koran (Muhammad). However, none of these scriptures remains in its original form now, except the Koran, which was sent for all mankind everywhere and for all times.
Muslims sincerely believe that everything Jesus preached was from God; the Gospel (Injeel): The "good news" and the guidance of God for the Children of Israel. There is no place mentioned in the present four Gospels that Jesus wrote a single word of his Gospel, nor is it mentioned that Jesus instructed anyone to do so. What passes off, as the "Gospels" today are the works of third party human hands.
God says to Mary: "Your son is my responsibility. I will teach him the Scripture, the Torah, the Gospel and the Wisdom, and he shall be my messenger.' He would be, Mary was assured, 'a sign to humanity and a token of my mercy.'"
Jesus called for disciples to follow him. He recruited a dedicated cadre of people who assisted him in his mission. The immediate effect was that many new converts to Jesus' way of Islam were gained.
Jesus predicted the coming of Muhammad. The New Testament of the Bible quotes Jesus as saying the "Comforter" will come after him and will guide people into all truth. The Quran calls itself the completion of all religion.Jesus could not have been referring to the Holy Spirit because according to the Bible, the Spirit was already at work in the world. A thorough reading of John 16:7-14 provides strong indications that a man is being referenced, not the Holy Spirit.
God says no prophets are to come after Muhammad (33:40) and that when Jesus comes again, he will not be in a prophetic role, but simply a follower.
In addition to other reasons why the Koran was sent to mankind, as mentioned in (18:4-5) it was sent to warn the Christians of a terrible punishment from God if they cease not in saying: "Allah has begotten a son."