lørdag 9. juni 2012

Nr. 318: Moslems have a true and correct image of God unlike any of the vast majority of Christians who believe in a triad-God!

Nr. 318:

Moslems have a true and correct image of God unlike any of the vast majority of Christians who believe in a triad-God!

Jesus himself did not believe and preached not know of any triad-god. But he believed and preached that the Moslems that only God the Father is the only true God, not himself, or the Holy Spirit.

Jesus called the Father of the God and Father, that we should do.

John. AD 20:17 Jesus said to her: Do not touch me! for I am not yet gone up to the Father: but go to my brethren and say to them, I hazard up to my Father and your Father, and to my God and your God!

Here are some excerpts from Wikipedia and other sites on the net that shows the wonderful and glorious faith in God, Muslims have, unfortunately, they have not found the way to God is through Jesus Christ. 2. Tim. 4. 4 who desires all men to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. 5 For there is one God and one mediator between them before God and man, the man Christ Jesus, 6 who gave himself a ransom for all, a testimony of his time.

It is sad that Satan has deceived the major world religions in different ways. But it's also something that is posetive. Muslims place emphasis on family and togetherness, and so they have a fairly straight God-image as those who profess the name of Jesus in the whole, not as they think on a triad-god who will torture and torment they are not believers in a innferno of fire and brimstone!

This learning Moslems or Moslems about God. Note that they do not believe in a triad-god, but the one God who is above all entirely consistent with the Bible. I want to say a big Hallelujah! Shahada (Arabic شهادة) is the Islamic creed. It professes belief in the One God Allah. Recitation of the creed is one of Islam's five pillars. To recite the confession aloud in front of at least two Muslim witnesses are considered as an official statement that they are Muslim. One of the most important tenet of Islam is belief in the oneness of Allah, the absolute, non-relativistic and non-pluralistic monotheism that Muslims put in sharp contrast to all forms of polytheism, including the Trinity as most Christians believe. The absolute monotheism is recessed into the first of the five pillars of Islam, Shahadah creed. The Arabic word for the one almighty god is Allah (الله). Allah is the particular form of the word "illah" (al-illah), which means god and "Allah" becomes "god" or god directly translated into Norwegian. The difference between the two is that in Arabic is "illah" of any deity, and the indeterminate form suggests that there are more of them, while in the form of "Allah" is meant "the one, the only god." Allah is thus no specific proper name of the Muslim god, but the same word for God which is also used by Christian Arabs, and therefore also used the Christian God in the Arabic translations of the Bible and New Testament. The dogma of Allah's omnipotence implies a notion of God as the cause of all things. This position represents a classic problem: determinism. If Allah is the cause of all things, how can individuals as being responsible for their actions? The problem has led to extensive theological interpretations and discussions, where some have tried to soften the "Almighty" in favor of human free will. Yet it is the absolute allmaktsdogmet complete with determinism which is the dominant among most theologians. The Arabic word Allah is used for God and the concept of tawhid for unity. The first message of Islam is to believe in the one and only one God. `` There is no God but Allah.'' Instead of complex concepts about Allah (SWT), the Islamic concept is understood in the following Surah: `` Say, Allah is One. Allah is the One Care Source. He has not raised any, nor is he begotten. No one is his equal.'' (Qur'an, kap.112) Allah (SWT) is Velunderrettet, Omniscient, Creator of all, the Living, the One Care Source, the Merciful, the Forgiving and Merciful. People have an idea of ​​a God, but the idea has been different throughout history. Muslims have an abstract image of Allah (SWT) that can not be detected by our senses. But there is no doubt that there are miracles in the universe that leads us to the One God, Allah (SWT). You can think about how the human body is created, how your brain works and how all the body part performing its functions all the time. Every person has a body system that works perfectly. Similarly, we see changes and movements in the universe. Earth and the other stars rotate in their orbits without colliding with each other, the days turn into nights and nights end with daylight again, and winter and summer bills periodically. Everything in the universe work perfectly in a certain way, or by specific laws. We can ask ourselves: Who created the universe? Who makes sure that everything works perfectly and in harmony? The term Shirk means to believe in several gods, or to equate someone with Allah (SWT). According to Islam is the greatest sin of shirk. Allah (SWT) does not forgive those who equate someone with him (Quran, 4:48) and therefore one must turn to the One God, Allah (SWT). No prophet has said he believes in multiple gods. All prophets preached the message that there is only one God, Allah (SWT). So the idea of ​​tawhid was proclaimed for the first time of Muhammad (PBUH). But this was also the message of prophets such as Abraham (as), Moses (as) and Jesus (as). Muslims believe in one unique and incomparable God. He has no son nor partner, and no one except He alone has the right to be worshiped. He is the true God, and all other deity is false. He has the most magnificent names and the most unique, ideal characteristics. No part His divinity or His attributes. In the Quran, God describes Himself: Say: "He is God, the One. God, all creatures turn for their needs. He begets not, nor is he begotten, and none is his equal. " (Quran, 112:1-4) Chapter 112 of the Quran written in Arabic calligraphy Chapter 112 of the Quran written in Arabic calligraphy. No one has the right to be invoked, begged, prayed to, or shown any form of worship except God alone. God alone is the Almighty, the Creator, the Sovereign and Sustainer of everything in the universe. He Manage-rein everything. He is not dependent on any of His creatures, but all of His creatures are completely dependent on Him. He is He who hears everything, the all-seeing and the person who knows everything. On a perfect way His knowledge encompasses all things, both visible and hidden, the public and private. He knows what has happened, what will happen and how it will happen. No matter happens in the world without His will. What He wills, it will be, and whatever He does not want, it is not, and it will never be. His will surpass all creatures. He has power over everything, and He can do everything. He is the most Merciful, the most Merciful and the Most Generous. In a statement from the Prophet Muhammad, we are told that God is more merciful to His creatures than a mother is to her barn.1 God is far removed from injustice and tyranny. He is Wise in all its actions and decisions. If someone wants something from God, he or she can ask God directly without having to ask someone else to intercede for them. God is not Jesus, and Jesus is not God. Even Jesus himself denies that he is God. God has said in the Quran: Indeed, unbelievers are those who say, "God is the Messiah (Jesus), son of Mary!" Messiah said: "O children of Israel! Worship God, my Lord and your Lord. "Whoever equate partners with God, for God has forbidden Paradise, and his home is the Fire (Hell), for the sinners there will be no helpers." (Quran, 5:72) God is not a trinity. God has said in the Quran: Indeed, unbelievers are those who say, "God is the third of three (in a trinity)," when there are no gods one God. If they do not cease with what they say, verily, a painful punishment frame the unbelievers among them. Should they not rather turn to God and ask His forgiveness? God is most Forgiving, most Merciful. Messiah (Jesus), son of Mary, was no more than a messenger ... (Qur'an, 5:73-75)

Conclusion: The Moslems have skjønnte more ennn the vast majority of Christians who God is because they do not believe in the occult and hednesk triad god but one God. They learn that it is a great sin not to believe in one God, Hallelujah, I say again!

Ingen kommentarer:

Legg inn en kommentar