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Prophet that preached about One God to Goyim (Isaiah 42)

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Submitted by Advent of Servant of God (Malaysia), Feb 19, 2014 at 03:27

Isaiah 42:1 The prophet that will preach One God to non-Israelites

Christians believe that Jesus is also Holy Spirit to begin with.

But if we read Isaiah 42:1. God said "I have put my spirit UPON/AGAINST/OVER him (the sentence does not translate as I have put my spirit WITHIN/BORN WITH him ): he shall bring forth judgment to the Gentiles.."

Which befits prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as after receiving divine guidance of Holy Spirit ; he himself spread the religion of One God to gentiles (other than Children of Israel). Jews have already worship One God and righteous Jews anticipated the coming of Holy One prophesied in Isaiah 42.

Thus it is not Jesus (pbuh) as he did not preached to Gentiles and as mentioned in Isaiah 42:1 , if God placed Holy Spirit upon His servant . Would not this simply mean that Jesus needed to exist without Holy Spirit first and God later lets the Holy Spirit descend to him?

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