The Islamic prophet is mentioned in the Christian Holy Bible.
First question: Why is it mentioned in the Bible?
According to Islamic beliefs, Prophet Muhammad SAWAW is the greatest Beloved of God, the best of all creations. God created the Universe and everything for Him and gave Him power over the whole world. If you cling to Him, you cling to a rope that will never break. If you deny it, you are a transgressor who burns in hell forever and ever, that is, for eternity. He is more beautiful than all other creations.
God loved him more than everything, God made him king of all beings. All beings include all prophets. All the prophets described him, including Jesus (PBUH). But later his scriptures were corrupted by particular humans inspired by the devil (never look at Christianity for the devil, Islam has a very fluid and broader concept of the devil, if you consult Christianity for the devil it will be foolish for atheists). Still, you can find some Predictions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad SAWAW in ancient scriptures like the Bible, Vedas, etc. As the Quran says:
“Those who follow the Messenger, the illiterate prophet, whom they find written in what they have of the Torah and the Gospel, who orders them what is right and prohibits what is wrong and makes good things lawful and prohibits for they. them evil and frees them from their burden and the shackles that were upon them. So those who have believed in him, honored him, supported him and followed the light that was sent with him – they are the ones who will triumph. “
(Al-Araf 7: 157)
So if they believe the same thing that you believe, then they have been [rightly] guided; But if they turn away, they are only in dissension, and Allah will suffice you against them. And he is the one who hears, the one who knows.
(Al-Baqra 2: 137)
Second and most importantly, where is it mentioned in the Bible?
Jesus Christ is telling his followers
“I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now, however, when
The Spirit of Truth has come,
He will guide you into all truth by
HE won’t talk about himself and
He will say what he is told and
He will guide you to the rest of the truth
He will glorify me “
(JHON 16: 12-13)
Eight male pronouns as you are introducing someone …
Christians say it is the Holy Spirit. Now let me ask you a simple question.
“When did this spirit really come and WHAT DID HE TELL YOU?”
Look at the Book of Acts 2, vs 1-47, a Spirit has come but there are no new things at all.
When I talk about this verse to Christians, they ask the following questions in an attempt to defend their religion. Let me answer you.
1. Was the Islamic prophet SAWAW a spirit?
Let’s see the meaning of the spirit. According to the Oxford dictionary
“The spirit is the non-physical part of the human body; the soul”
Now I say that it was not a spirit, but it had a spirit. Simply, spirit of truth is a symbolic word meaning spirit of Muhammad SAWAW
The Bible also uses the word “Spirit” for other humans in the Gospel of John 4: 2-3.
2. Did P.BB.UH glorify Jesus?
Of course he did … He glorified the entire universe, in fact, the entire universe was created for Him. From the beginning to eternity, He will be glorifying the entire universe. In particular, VIO glorified Jesus by allowing Jesus to be part of His nation, the Muslims. When Jesus, peace be upon him, came to know the virtues of the greatest and final nation, he fell in love with the Prophet SAWAW and asked God to be a part of it. God answered his prayer and made him part of it. So come back …
3. Why can’t this verse apply to Jesus’ disciples, assuming that they would later encounter a spirit?
Because the word disciples is not present in the verse, if you still want to apply it to disciples, then
* Apply the entire Bible to disciples or
* Sow the word ‘disciples’ in the verse.
Ask me more about the verse, try to defend your religion, I’m ready to answer you …
Does this verse fit with the Islamic prophet SAWAW?
Of course yes.
1. “Many things … He will tell you the whole truth …”
There are many new things in Islam that are not in Christianity.
2. “He will not speak for himself”
now see Quran 53: 3 “He does not speak for himself”
The Bible speaks of Prophet Muhammad SAWAW in Deuteronomy 18:18
“The Lord said to me: ‘They have spoken well.’ I will raise up a prophet from among his compatriots like you, and I will put my words in his mouth, and he will speak to them whatever I command him. It happens that anyone who does not listen to my words will he will speak in my name, I will ask him myself … “
Christians claim it’s Jesus Christ, but thankfully, it doesn’t apply to Jesus (PBUH). This is saying Moses (PBUH) and he is saying ‘like you’.
Now as simple as ever, was Moses (PBUH) like Jesus (PBUH)?
The only similarity in them was that they were both Jewish, but there were many differences such as
1. Moses was born naturally and Jesus was born of a virgin.
2. Moses (PBUH) was married, Jesus (PBUH) was not married.
3. Moses (PBUH) died a natural death while Jesus (PBUH) died unnaturally according to Muslims and Christians.
4. Moses (PBUH) will not be raised alive while Jesus (PBUH) will be raised alive.
But Moses (PBUH) was like Prophet Muhammad VI. How?
1. You were both born naturally.
2. They were both married.
3. They both left the world naturally.
4. Both will not be resurrected
Now it is obvious that the Prophet of Deuteronomy 18:18 is none other than the Prophet Muhammad SAW
Does it apply perfectly to Prophet Muhammad SAW?
“I will put my words in his mouth.” This was a big problem during His life: the Qur’an is being written by Himself or He is receiving revelations, but there is no such thing in the Life of Jesus.
“He will tell you everything I order.” This implies that He will perfectly teach everything that parallels the last revelation of the Prophet Muhammad SAWAW.
“This day I have perfected your religion for you and I have completed My favor over you and I have approved Islam as a religion for you.”
(Quran 5: 3)
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