Is Allah Jesus Christ? Knows the Secret Truth with Evidence

Shah Muhammad Suhail

Is Allah Jesus Christ

No, Jesus Christ is not Allah Or Allah is not Jesus Christ. They are two separate entities. Allah is the creator and Jesus is the creation. Allah is the only one who is worshiped and Jesus is His servant. Jesus is a messenger of Allah, whom he sent to the earth to teach people that everyone should worship Allah alone. Let no one associate anyone with him.

In fact, it is a great sin to consider Jesus equal to Allah. It is a great sin for which there is no forgiveness. Because it is a great crime to compare what Allah has created with Allah Himself.

So you have to come back from this attitude. Allah must be considered as a single entity. There is no partner with him, and Jesus is a servant sent by Allah. Otherwise you will not be released.

Evidence

Jesus Christ said that he is the messenger of God, that is, the Messenger. Elsewhere he says: “And do not call anyone on earth ‘father’, for your Father is one, he who is in heaven. Do not be addressed as ‘Master’, for your Master is one, Christ.” (Matthew 23/9-10)

This word has the same meaning: There is no god but Allah and Jesus is His Messenger, who is to be accepted as the only Acharya or Teacher. But in the Pali religion, if you accept him as an Acharya, Ustad or Rasul, nothing but eternal hell will be far from salvation. To be saved one must believe that He is God incarnate and God in human flesh (John 1/1, 14: 1 Timothy 3/16).

It should be noted that Jesus Christ has repeatedly declared himself to be the prophet of God in the traditional Bible. (Mark 6/3-6; Luke 13/33)

The difference between Allah and Jesus Christ

Is Allah Jesus Christ
Is Allah Jesus Christ

Allah: The great Allah is one and only, who has no birth and death, that is, He is an eternal being. He gave birth to no one and no one gave birth to Him and He has no wife, son or family. He is above all and the Holy One. There is nothing comparable to Him. All religions of the world talk about these basic features.

Jesus: He is the chosen one of Allah, He is usually human like us. Allah chose him to guide people, he tries to show people the right path. He is dependent on everything else like us.

Then the sender is the Almighty Allah. And Jesus is the apostle. So how do Trinitarian Christians say that an apostle is God? A messenger can never be God but the messenger is a prophet, and the sender is God. So again how is God the prophet and how is the prophet God?

This is baseless nonsense. Think again, God is the son of God. Well, is it ever possible that the father himself can be his own son / the son himself can be his own father or you are your own son? But the words are too ridiculous and baseless; Which has no real logic.

The holy book of Muslims, the Holy Qur’an, clearly states about Jesus Christ, “He was the Prophet of God Almighty but not God. This is the final decision. So the Holy Qur’an is firm on his claim. Now, does the Holy Qur’an have the truth of this claim in the Bible? Of course. Even in the light of the Bible, Jesus Christ I will prove that he was a prophet, Inshallahu ta’ala.

Allah is Lord and Jesus Christ is servant

It is the custom of the Hebrew language to call Allah the Father and the servant ‘Ibnullah’ or ‘Son of Allah’. Father means world father or guardian. And ‘Ibn’ or son means servant. That is why all the children of Adam are called ‘Ibnullah’ or “Sons of God” in Kitabul Moqadds. (Genesis 6/2-4; Job 38/7; Psalm 68/5).

And in many places, all the children of Israel are called “sons of God” as special servants. (Deuteronomy 14/1, 32/19; Isaiah 1/2, 30/1, 63/8; Hosea 1/10). Especially the obedient servants of Allah are called ‘Ibnullah’ or ‘Sons of Allah’: “Those who are guided by the command of God, they are the sons of God.” (Romans 8/14).

On the contrary, sinful people are called sons of Satan. (Matthew 5/9, 44, 45; John 3/8-10, 8/41-44). Again, as a special servant, Yaqub (as) and his grandson Ephraim are called the first-born sons or eldest sons of Allah. (Exodus 4/22 and Jeremiah 31/9). David (pbuh) is called the son of God, the firstborn son and the ‘begotten’ or ‘begotten’ son (Psalm 2/7).

The Hebrew speaking Jews knew that Ibn Allah: ‘Son of Allah’ means servant of Allah and the more loyal to Allah the more beloved servant is called only son, begotten son etc. That is why they did not claim Dawud (as) to be a supernatural being because they called him ‘Ibnullah’, Son of Allah, Masihullah: Messiah and Begotten Son of Allah. Rather, he is called “God’s Servant David” (2-Samuel 3/18, 7/5, 7/8, 7/26, 1-Kings 3/6, 8/24, 8/25, 8/ 26, 11/32, 14/8, 2 Kings 19/34, 20/6, 1 Chronicles 17/7, 2 Chronicles 6/15, 6/16, 6/17; Psalm 132/10; Isaiah 37 /35; Ezekiel 34/23, 34/24, 37/25; Luke 1/69; Acts 4/25).

Jesus is the prophet of Allah

In conversation with the Jews Jesus Christ said:

“You are doing your father’s work. They said unto him, We are not adulterers; We have only one Father, God. Jesus said unto them, If God were your father, ye would love me… Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father you desire to do; … for he is a liar and his (liar’s) father.” (John 8/41-42)

In the traditional Bible, Jesus called himself the Son of God and God the Father in exactly this sense. Besides, he called himself the son of man hundreds of times in the four Gospels.

In the Kitabul Moqadds, the term “son of man” means “mortal man” and “servant of God”. Prophets are specifically called sons of men so that no one, seeing miracles, would mistake them for God.

It is said in various places that God is never the Son of Man, that the Son of Man can never be God, and that no Son of Man has any power; All power belongs to Allah alone. (Numbers 23/19; Job 25/6; Psalm 146/2-5; Isaiah 51/12-13).

According to the Bible, the Messiah said to Mary Magdalene: “Go to my brothers and tell them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to him who is my Father, and your Father, and my God, and your God.” my God, and your God).” (John 20/17)

Then, in the same sense that Jesus is the son of Allah or the son of Allah, Ibn Allah is also the son of Allah. Again, in the sense that Allah is the Lord of all other people, He is also the Lord of Jesus Christ. This is the last lesson of his life. The Qur’an states that Jesus said:

“Surely Allah is my Lord and your Lord (Al-Imran 51), “Worship Allah my Lord and your Lord… (Maida 72 and 117), “Surely Allah is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him” (Maryam 36 and Zukhruf 64). This is how the Quran has preserved the true Gospel.

Sources and acknowledgments

We have seen that he preached himself as a prophet and teacher. He preached that he had no divine powers, far from claiming to be God’s equal. Regarding the Day of Judgment he said: “But no one knows the theory of that day or that punishment; Not even the angels in heaven know, nor the Son, only the Father knows.” (Mark 13/32) That is, far from miraculous divine power, he does not have miraculous knowledge.

Far from claiming equal divinity with his father, he refused to speak well of himself. A person asked him, “O Good Master, what kind of good deeds should I do to get eternal life?” He said to him, (Why callest thou me good? There is none good but one, that is, God: KJV/AV) Why callest thou me good? There is none righteous but one, God.” (Matthew 19/16-17: Bengali Bible translation is ambiguous)

The disciples of the Messiah also mean the righteous servant of God by the son of God or ‘begotten born son’. John says: “Whosoever believeth that Jesus is the Christ, he is born of God; And whoever loves the beggar; He loves the person born from him (every one that loves him that begat loves him also that is begotten of him) by this we can know that we love the children of God, when we love God and obey all his commandments. … We know that whoever is born of God does not sin; But he that is begotten of God keeps himself (he that is begotten of God keepeth himself) and that sinful spirit (Satan) does not touch him.” (1- John 5/1-2 and 18)

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