#CHALLAGE TO MUSLIMS#
If Muhammad was Messanger of God why is it that He was not prophesies in the Bible and did not perform miracle in Islam 😂😂😂
:: Hahaha, to hit ur meaningless point, the coming of prophet Muhammad s•a•w was clearly mentioned in the Bible,the prophecy runs as follows
"If you love me, keep my commands and I will pray to the father and he shall give you another comforter•that he may abide with you forever,even the spirit the spirit of truth (John 14:15-17) who is this person?? If not Annabi Muhammad s•a•w
But the comforter which is the holy ghost whom the father will send in my name,he shall teach u all things(John 14:26)•it is wise to think who will u all things if not a person
John 14:26 says the holy ghost is the comforter•this claim is contrary to the plain unambiguous words of John 16:7 where Jesus says that his going away is inevitably necessary for the coming of the comforter, the new statement says John was filled with the holy ghost even before he was born (Luke 1:14) and speaks of Jesus himself receiving the holy ghost in the form of a dove Mathew (3:16)
Thus the holy ghost was on earth before Jesus was born as well in his own time•To what then is the reference in the words*if I go not away the comforter will not come unto u•
Surely not to holy ghost for it is a matter of common knowledge that the holy ghost was co-existing with Jesus and it will sacrilegious to think for a moment that Jesus was without the holy ghost,so the comforter was someone other than the holy ghost which is our beloved prophet Muhammad 😍😍 s•a•w**BRING IT ON IF YOU NEED MORE
:: MUHAMMAD Prophesies In The Bible
Christ's coming is foretold in the Old Testament in many different places. If, therefore, the Most High God intended to send into the world a prophet far greater than Christ, we should find predictions concerning this future prophet in the Old Testament, and still more in the New Testament. It is natural, therefore, for Muslims to seek such prophecies in the Bible regarding the founder of their religion.
If Muhammad was the Seal of the Prophets--the person on whose account God created the universe--it would be very strange for God not to have told us to look for and obey the coming Prophet. Those who believe in Muhammad tell us that clear and unmistakable predictions regarding him are found in the Bible. Muslims also say that other predictions of Muhammad's coming were once there, but were removed by Jews and Christians.
The appeal to the Bible in this matter implies that the Bible is (1) divinely inspired, and (2) uncorrupted. Otherwise o\, of what use would it be to refer to such a book as authoritative? If our Muslim friends admit these two points, then an inquiry into the alleged biblical prophecies regarding Muhammad may be very interesting and instructive. But if they do not admit these points of fact, it is difficult to see what use it is for them to refer to the Bible at all in seeking proof of their prophet's mission. Of course, many learned Muslims--all, in fact, who have carefully studied the matter--do admit these two facts. Genesis 49:10
The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh comes; and to Him shall be the obedience of the people.
It is asserted that this passage refers to Muhammad, since "Judah" comes from a Hebrew verb meaning "to praise," the same meaning for the Arabic name Muhammad. But the context of Genesis show that Shiloh was to be born among the descendants of Judah. Muhammad, however, came from the Arabian tribe of the Quraish. he was not Jewish. Moreover, the scepter departed from Judah more than 550 years before Muhammad was born. Deuteronomy 18:15, 18
The Lord your God will raise up for you a Prophet like me from your midst, from your brethren. Him you shall hear, I will raise up for them a Prophet like you from among their brethren, and will put My words in his mouth, and he shall speak to them all that I command him.
Muslims assert that the prophet predicted in Deuteronomy is Muhammad. Since "from your midst" does not appear in either the ancient Greek Old Testament (the Septuagint) or the Samaritan Pentateuch, the original text must state the prophet would come from the relatives of the Israelites, the descendants of Ishmael, the Arabs.
However, there is earlier ancient Hebrew manuscript evidence supporting the customary reading. In addition, "brethren" naturally and commonly refers to one's closest relative (e.g., the Israelite tribes).
It is said that Muhammad was like Moses in many points. Both were brought up in their enemies' houses, appeared among idolaters, were at first rejected by their own people and afterward accepted by them, each gave a law, fled from their enemies (Moses to Midian, Muhammad to Medina, a name of a similar meaning), marched to battle against their enemies, wrought miracles, and enabled their followers to conquer Palestine. These correlation's prove nothing.
God Himself has explained in the Gospels that this prophecy referred to Christ, not to Muhammad. Compare Deuteronomy 18:15, "Him you shall hear," with Matthew 17:5,". . . This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. Hear Him!" (See also Mark 9:2 and Luke 9:35.) Jesus explains that this and other passages refer to Himself (John 5:46; Genesis 12:3; 24:4; 18:18; 22:28; 28:14). He was descended from Judah (Matthew 1:1-16; Luke 3:23-38; Hebrews 7:14), was born in Israel, and spent almost all of His life among the Jews. In Acts 3:25-26, this prophecy is cited as referring to Christ Jesus. Psalm 45:3-5
Gird Your Sword upon Your thigh, O Mighty One,
With Your glory and Your majesty.
And in Your majesty ride prosperously because of truth, humility, and righteousness;
And Your right hand shall teach You awesome things.
Your arrows are sharp in the heart of the King's enemies;
The peoples fall under You.
In Islam, Muhammad is called "the Prophet with the sword." However, a close study of the context of these verses easily refutes the claim that they refer to Muhammad. Verse six declares, "Your throne, O God, is forever and ever." Muslims never claim that Muhammad was God. Furthermore, Hebrews 1:8-9 clearly states that verse six is an address to Christ. Isaiah 21:7
And he saw a chariot with a pair of horsemen,
A chariot of donkeys, and a chariot of camels.
Muslims think that the words "a chariot of donkeys" in this verse are a prediction of the coming of Christ, who entered Jerusalem riding on a donkey, and that :a chariot (or troop) of camels" refers to Muhammad, since he always rode on a camel. In fact, the context shows that this chapter refers to neither Christ nor Muhammad. It is a prophecy of the fall of Babylon, as we learn from verse 9, and tells how travelers bring word of the capture of the city and the destruction of its idols, which took place under Darius in 519 B.C. and again in 513 B.C.
Is Muhammad Mentioned in the New Testament? Matthew 3:2
"Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand!"
"The kingdom is at hand" is the call of John the Baptist, repeated by Jesus (Matthew 4:17), and said by Muslims to be a prediction of the establishment of the power of Islam, the Quran being the Law of the Kingdom. but "the kingdom of heaven," or as it is also called, "the kingdom of God," does not refer to the Islamic kingdom, since the heaven and God of Islam are not the heaven and God of the Bible.
The biblical kingdom of God has temporal and spiritual aspects, present and future implications. Long before the rise of Islamic power, Christ announced the presence of the kingdom, saying, "But if I cast out demons by the Spirit of God, surely the kingdom of God has come upon you" (Matthew 12:28). In Mark 9:1, Christ told His disciples that some of them would not taste death until they saw the kingdom of God present with power. Did they see Muhammad and the "kingdom" of Islam? Certainly not. Mark 1:7
"There come One after me who is mightier than I, whose sandal strap I am not worthy to stoop down and loose."
The Muslim Injil (gospel) of Jesus is not the same thing as the New Testament or the Gospels. Muslims maintain that the gospel of Jesus is the record of God's Word given through Jesus. The New Testament Gospels, they say are the words of man--the recollections of Matthew, Mark, and those compiled by Luke and John. Only occasionally can we find Jesus' gospel buried in the midst of man's words and opinion. One of the preserved lines of Jesus' gospel, they say is in Mark 1:7, where Jesus supposedly prophesied of Muhammad, "There cometh after Me he that is mightier than I."
This shows how hopelessly impossible it is for Muslims to find any prophecy regarding Muhammad, for verse six of this chapter tells us that these words were not spoken by Jesus but by John the Baptist. The context clearly shows this to be true (see also Matthew 3:11-14; Luke 3:16-17; and John 1:26-34). It will not do to say that Christ was already in the world, and that therefore He could not be said to come after John. Christ began to preach only after John had been cast into prison and beheaded (see Mark 1:14; also compare Matthew 4:12, 17), thus ending the forerunner's ministry. John 4:21
Jesus said to her, "Woman, believe Me, the hour is coming when you will neither on this mountain, nor in Jerusalem, worship the Father."
This is supposed by some Muslims to be a declaration that Jerusalem would no longer be the Holy City and the "Qiblah" (focus of prayers), but that its place would be taken by another city, which, the Muslims say, must be Mecca.
Yet in verses 23-24, Christ Himself explained the meaning of His own words, saying that true and acceptable worship does not depend upon the place where it is offered by upon the state of the worshipper's heart. Hence, He does away with the possibility of there ever afterward being a need for any "Qiblah" on earth. John 14:16, 17, 26
"And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever, even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees Him nor know Him; but you know Him, for He dwells with you and will be in ;you. But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you."
Muslims assert that the Greek paracleton (helper) mentioned by Christ is Muhammad, whose name they believe to be a translation of the term. They contend that the prophecy in this passage was fulfilled in Muhammad, since he received the Quran from the angel Gabriel (whom Muslims believe to be the Holy Spirit) and bore witness to Christ (John 14:26), acknowledging Him as a prophet (John 16:14), as born of a virgin, as a worker of miracles, as having ascended up to Heaven without dying but not as God's Son (having never claimed to be such), and as having had the Gospel brought to Him.
But the Paracleton could not possibly refer to Muhammad for these reasons:
First of all, the word paracleton does not mean anything at all like Muhammad. Paracleton means helper, comforter, sustainer, and advocate. The first of these titles is clearly not suited to Muhammad, the "Prophet with the Sword," and the Quran itself denies the title of Advocate to all but God Himself.
Second, in the New Testament, the title Paracleton is directly applied only to the Holy Spirit (John 13:16, 17, 26; 15:26; 16:13) and by implication to Christ (John 13:16; 1 John 2:1). The Paracleton of whom Christ speaks is not a man but the invisible of Spirit of Truth, who was then dwelling with Christ's disciples and would soon be in their hearts (John 14:17; 16:14).
Third, the Paracleton was to be sent by Christ (John 15:26; 16:7), which Muslims cannot admit concerning Muhammad.
Fourth, the Paracleton's work was not to gather armies and gain victories with earthly weapons, but to convict men of sin, the very essence of sin being disbelief in Christ (John 16:9).
Fifth, His teaching was to glorify not Himself but Christ and to do the work Christ sent Him to do (John 16:14-15).
:: Miracles of Muhammad Language Watch Edit According to Muslims in Islamic religious teachings, the Islamic prophet Muhammad is believed to have performed miracles during his lifetime, or supernatural acts. These teachings stem from the text of the Quran (the central religious text of Islam), hadith (records of the words, actions, and silent approval, traditionally attributed to Muhammad), and biographies of him.[Note 1] Almost all the miracles come from the hadith as the vast majority are either not mentioned or what makes them miraculous is not mentioned in the Quran. Muhammad's miracles encompass a broad range, such as the multiplication of food, manifestation of water, hidden knowledge, prophesies, healing, punishment, and power over nature. According to historian Denis Gril, the Quran does not overtly describe Muhammad performing miracles, and in several verses describes the Quran itself as Muhammad's miracle. However, several miracles are reported in the Quran and miracles "appear early and often in the hadith" and the hadiths are indispensable in elucidating Muhammad's miracles. List of miracles Edit At least according to Kenneth L. Woodward and Abu Ibraheem, Muhammad is believed to have performed numerous miracles during his life. Quran - The revelation of the Quran is considered by Muslims to be Muhammad's greatest miracle and a miracle for all times, unlike the miracles of other prophets, which were confined to being witnessed in their own lifetimes. Splitting of the moon Isra and Mi'raj (Night Journey) The events which occurred during his Hegira (migration from Mecca to Medina): He caused blindness to Qurashite warriors after assembling at his door to assassinate him. He sprinkled a handful of dust on their heads as he recited verses from surah: Ya Sin and went away without being seen by them. It was then that Allah gave permission to Muhammad to migrate. - The life of Muhammad by Ibn Ishaq: Muhammad's hijra. He used to heal the sick and cure the blind by only touching the patient. According to Ali ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabari, Muhammad's success and victory against his enemies was one of his miracles. Similarly, many modern Muslim historians believe Muhammad's greatest miracles were his worldly accomplishments, in a short time span, in various fields (such as the religious, social, proselytising, political, military and literary spheres) and "the transformation of the Arabs from marauding bands of nomads into world conquerors." The day Muhammad came to Medina, everything there became illuminated, and the day he died, everything in Medina became dark. When Muhammad and Abu Bakr migrated to Medina, Suraqa bin Malik pursued them. When they realized they were discovered, Muhammad looked at Suraqa so his horse sank into the earth. Suraqa then begged Muhammad to rescue him, and Muhammad prayed to Allah for him; hence he was saved. Prophecies made by him. This includes: Muhammad telling his companion and son-in-law Uthman, that a calamity would befall him, which would be followed with his entering paradise; this eventuated during Uthman's Caliphate. He told his companion, Ammar ibn Yasir, that the unjust party would kill him; this eventuated during the First Fitna. He prophesied to Suraqa bin Malik that he would wear the bracelets of Kosroe. He said that Allah would make peace between two large Muslim groups through his grandson Hasan ibn Ali; this eventuated with the Hasan–Muawiya treaty. He said that a man who was apparently fighting for the Muslim cause would actually be of the people of Hell; this was proven when the man committed suicide in order to remove his suffering following a wound in battle. He said that he would kill one of the enemies of the Muslims, Ubay ibn Khalaf, which he achieved at the Battle of Uhud. Before the Battle of Badr, he showed exactly where each of the enemy chiefs would be killed; they all died in the exact locations stated. He said that his daughter Fatimah would be the first of his family to die after him; which eventuated. On several occasions he provided food and water supernaturally. He quenched the thirst of thousands of his soldiers during the Battle of Tabouk and enabled them to use water for ablution after causing water to pour forth. He caused two trees to move at his command. He caused a well to swell with water after he rinsed his mouth with some water and then threw it out into the well. This was during the event of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, enabling his followers with him to drink and use the water for ablution. He threw a handful of dust at some of the enemy during the Battle of Hunain, causing them to be blinded. This miracle is mentioned in the Quran (Q8:17). He caused Abdullah ibn Masud to convert to Islam after he made a barren ewe, which produced no milk, to produce milk. He spit into Ali's sick eye, during the Battle of Khaybar, and it became healthy. His companions would hear the food before him praising Allah. He caused it to rain during a drought in Medina. His prayers were instantly answered. Stones and trees used to greet him before and during his prophethood. He used to understand the language of animals. He comforted a palm tree that was crying and upset after he stopped leaning on it during his sermons. He had The Seal of Prophethood (Khatam an-Nabiyyin) between his shoulders, specifically on the end of his left shoulder blade, It is depicted as a mole, in size compared to the egg of a partridge or to a pigeon's egg and its color was the same as that of Muhammad's body. It is believed that each prophet sent by Allah had this Seal on a certain part of his body. It is reported, that Muhammad did not cast a shadow, interpreted as a sign of his "light". When Muhammad ascended Mount Uhud and he was accompanied by Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman. The mountain shook beneath them. Muhammad then hit it with his foot and said, "O Uhud ! Be firm, for upon you there is none but a Prophet, a supporter of truth and two martyrs. The same event occurred on Jabal al-Nour in Mecca. Muhammad used to hear the voices of persons who were being tortured in their graves. When Abu Jahl was going to trample Muhammad's neck or smear his face with dust as he was engaged in prayer, Abu Jahl came near him but turned upon his heels and tried to repulse something with his hands. It was said to him: What is the matter with you? He said: There is between me and him a ditch of fire and terror and wings. Thereupon Muhammad said: If he were to come near me the angels would have torn him to pieces. He used to speak to the dead and hear them. It has also occurred with the bodies of the enemy chiefs after the Battle of Badr in the presence of his companions.
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