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Confusing Jesus Christ with the Prophet Mohammed-Jesus Christ's Human Death and Resurrection is the Reason He is Alive-Not the Prophet Mohammed

Reader comment on item: Prepare to attack [Iran]
in response to reader comment: Jesus is alive

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jul 14, 2008 at 10:47

Trying to confuse and refute the Holy Bible by saying that Jesus Christ did not die for the sins of believers is the basic unbelief in Jesus Christ that led to the writing of the Quran. The Islamic Prophet did not believe in Jesus Christ as LORD, and in His unbelief had the words to confuse the issues written.

Yes, yes, and oh yes, Jesus Christ IS alive, no longer a mortal man as He was when first visiting Israel. As a disciple of Jesus Christ there is more than just merely hoping on that fact, but all who name Jesus Christ as LORD and Savior are COUNTING on it. Nothing else makes sense in the circumstances surrounding Israel, except that Jesus Christ is preparing to return and the nations of the world are being prrepared for that eventuality.

So if one is counting on Jesus Christ to return, it had better be under the fatih and belief of His dying for our sins, asking Him in prayer for forgiveness and accepting Him into one's heart by the power of His love; this needs to be done just as the Holy Bible says, while there is still time.


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