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  • All prophets are false, so the question is a red herring.
  • best thing on that site is the statement "Raggae is a gift from the Most High". if you tested that spirit you would find that Biblically he said the wrong thing. +3
  • Muhammad accepted Jesus as a prophet, so he claimed , but he did not accept Jesus's words. Jesus prophesied that he was going to be killed but Muhammad said Jesus was never killed. Muhammad accepted Isaiah and Daniel as prophets, so he claimed, but he did not accept their words. Both Isaiah and Daniel said the messiah would be killed but Muhammad said Jesus was not killed. Muhammad could not differentiate Satan from God. Muhammad says Ishmael was a prophet. What did Ishmael prophesied. Islam is the Catholics of the east. They plunder and killed people who opposed them. After Jesus came and established peace to mankind, then came Muhammad telling Muslims to kill the people of the book (Jesus's people) During the Dark Ages the catholic church came in the name of Jesus ( using Jesus as a facade )to deviate from the truth, and to prosecute YAH's people. The burden of proof is upon Muhammad not on Jesus. Jesus didnot believe in Muhammad, Muhammad believe in Jesus.
  • Stop trying to teach the people that 2+2= 3. It just doesn’t add up. According to Sura 61:6, Jesus mentioned Ahmed (Muhammad). This is fabrication. It also Quote Jesus as saying he’s the messenger of Allah. Allah is no where mentioned in the scriptures. John 14 (Is Muhammad the Comforter) Verse 6 – No man comes to God but by Jesus (not Muhammad) Jesus is the way, the truth, and the light. Verse 12 – If you believe in Jesus you would do the works of Jesus. Did Muhammad have the same occupation as Jesus? NO. Muhammad was a murderer, Jesus is a healer. Verse 15 – If you love Jesus keep his commandments. “Love thy enemies and do good.” Did Muhammad love Jesus? I leave you to answer this for yourselves. Verse 16 – The Comforter will be given. Who did Muhammad comfort? Muhammad and his cronies savagely ravaged whole communities, murdering men and raping their wives (this include both Jews and Arabs). Verse 17 – The Spirit of truth, the Comforter, was with the disciples of Jesus hundreds of years before Muhammad. Was Muhammad the Spirit of truth. NO. According to Surah 10:94-95: “And thou (Muhammad) art in doubt concerning that which we reveal unto thee, then question the people who read the scriptures (that was) before thee. Verily the truth from the lord hath come to thee, so be not of the waverers. And be not thou of those who deny the revelation of Allah…" Muhammad message was supposed to be consistent with the prophets before him, but is it. The prophet Daniel and the prophet Isaiah foretold the crucifixion of Jesus but the “prophet” Muhammad said he was not crucified. Verse 23 –To love Jesus is to do what he (Jesus) says. To love Jesus is to be loved by God. Now here is the question again: Did Muhammad love Jesus? NO. “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” Muhammad murdered his neighbors. Does God love Muhammad? I leave you to answer this for yourselves. Verse 24 –Jesus did not speak his own words. Why would God be telling Muslims to be enemies and to fight with his own people who follow his prophets: Surah 5:51 – “Believers take neither Jews nor Christians for your friends.” Surah 9:27 – “fight against such as those to whom the Scriptures were given (Jews and Christians)… until they pay tribute out of their hand and utterly subdued.” Verse 26 – The Holy Spirit is the Comforter. What did the Holy Spirit taught the disciples and the apostles? : Peter - “do not repay evil for evil or insult for insult”; Paul –“recompense to no man evil for evil”; John- “do not believe every spirit, but test the spirit to see whether it is from God (this is how we recognize the Spirit of truth) because many false prophets have gone out in the world." What does Jesus think about Muhammad? : “You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand for the truth because the truth is not in him…”

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