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Muhammad the ... prophet part II

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Submitted by Richard the Lion heart (United States), Jan 26, 2006 at 19:54

Jesus Never Spoke of Another true Prophet to Follow Him

Islam vainly tries to gain legitimacy over other, older religions, by creating a scene in which the former prophets agree to Mohammad's mastery.

Muslims often deliberately claim that Jesus spoke of Muhammad as that prophet who would follow him, or that Muhammad was the Comforter Jesus promised would come. Both of these are more lies. Jesus did warn us that false prophets (Muhammad) with false Gospels (Qur'an) would follow Him, and try to deceive many. The Comforter Jesus spoke of was the Holy Spirit who filled the Apostles while they gathered together on Pentecost. While gathered together they all began speaking in foreign tongues. The Comforter/Holy Spirit also imparted the ways of God on Mary, the Apostles of Jesus, and about 120 other Disciples that day. Three thousand came into the Church that same day. Jesus' followers immediately took Him seriously and went out and began preaching the Gospel. The Comforter was NOT Muhammad. There is no mention of any Allah, Muhammad, or any prophet to follow Jesus in any Christian or Jewish Holy Books.

"But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you" (John 14:26).
The "Comforter" refers to the Holy Spirit who descended on the Apostles of Jesus at Pentecost, just as Jesus said....


Islam is a Non-Prophet System, literally....

This following passage from the Qur'an shows that Muhammad was one of the imposter's Jesus warned about. In the passage below, Muhammad attempts to make himself equal to the sinless Jesus who showed his divinity by many miracles.

Muhammad himself admitted twice he could do no miracles.
In fact nowhere in the Qur'an does Muhammad perform even one miracle. So for Muslims to claim he performed miracles when the Qur'an itself states he did not is simply lies.

There are no recorded miracles of Muhammad in the Qur'an, but when Muhammad's followers saw Muhammad's inferiority to Jesus they started making some up in the Hadith: Muhammad cut the moon in half with a sword, a palm tree cried like a baby because Muhammad wouldn't preach under it, Muhammad made water flow out of his fingernails so that people could drink--the Hadith contradicts itself on how many supposedly people drank it. These made up "miracles" go on and on. Also, the Hadith makes it clear that Muhammad was a sinner--NOT sinless as some Muslims now claim: "Muhammad replied..."O Allah, set me apart from my sins..." Volume 1, number 711


- Sura 17:90-94 of the Qur'an tells about how, when Muhammad was challenged to perform a miracle and prove he was from the true god, he could not perform any and here he actually says himself: "Am I anything but a man,- a messenger? ".

- In Sura 13:7, we find that Muhammad did not perform any miracles. The people are saying that even one sign would be enough to convince them, just one miracle performed by Muhammad - and yet he still does none....

All along, the unbelievers asked Muhammad to perform a miracle so that they could believe. All they got in response was,

- Sura 17:90
They say: "We will by no means believe in you until you cause a fountain to gush forth from the earth for us.,"

And Muhammad would reply:

- Sura 17:93
Say: "Am I anything but a man,- a messenger?"

Muhammad even disqualified himself as a true Prophet of God.

- Sura 29:27 states clearly that, as far as Allah and the Qur'an are concerned, the only true prophets are those related to Isaac (Ishaq) or Jacob (Yaqoub); yet Muhammad, according to Muslim tradition, is related to Ishmael and not Isaac or Jacob.

A Prophet must Prophesize:

- In the Christian/Jewish Bible there are literally hundreds of prophecies, all made in God's name. There are over 300 foretelling the coming of Jesus --in detail. Yet in the Qur'an there is but one prophecy, and this is in Sura 30:1-4.
In this gem of a Sura we are told that the Roman empire has been defeated but that, "in a land close by" the Romans will be victorious again "in a few years".

Think about this for a minute! The "prophet" Muhammad gave no signs, performed not one miracle and made but one, vague, uttering taken for a "prophecy" that sometime in the next few years the 7th century Romans who were still somewhat strong militarily would have a victory. Earth shaking stuff, huh?


One big Islamic lie is that the Torah and Christian Gospels foretold of Muhammad's coming (Sura 7:157). Jesus spoke of the "Comforter" (Holy Spirit) that would and did follow Him.

This is another attempt by Islam to gain some sort of credibility. Jesus foretold the coming of the "Comforter", which is the Holy Spirit. Jesus did not say the following:

`Jesus, the son of Mary, said, O children of Israel, verily I am the Apostle of God sent unto you confirming the law which was given before me, and bringing good tidings of an Apostle who shall come after me, whose name shall be Ahmed.'


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