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"3.42": And when the
angels said: O Marium! surely Allah has chosen you and
purified you and
chosen you above the women of the world.
"3.43": O Marium! keep
to obedience to your Lord and humble yourself, and bow
down with those who
"3.44": This is of the
announcements relating to the unseen which We reveal
to you; and you
were not with them when they cast their pens (to decide) which
of them should have
Marium in his charge, and you were not with them when they
contended one with
"3.45": When the angels
said: O Marium, surely Allah gives you good news with
a Word from Him (of
one) whose name is the 'Messiah', Isa son of Marium, worthy
of regard in this
world and the hereafter and of those who are made near (to
"3.46": And he shall
speak to the people when in the cradle and when of old
age, and (he shall
be) one of the good ones.
"3.47": She said: My
Lord! when shall there be a son (born) to me, and a man
has not touched me?
He said: Even so, Allah creates what He pleases; when He has
decreed a matter,
He only says to it, Be, and it is.
If Allah says "Be", and it is
(created - made from nothing), then what is made must be
perfect - since Allah cannot do anything imperfect - it is not His
personality nor in His perfect structure to do wrong.
But, Allah did not create Isa from nothing - He did
not say "Be" to Isa - He used His own laws of life to make
Isa. Therefore, Isa was made perfect - without
sin. He, then, was the result of the 'seed' of Allah's Word to
"Be" or to be "made".
Since the children of men take on
the genetics and personality of their father's 'seed', then we must
know that Isa was also of His Father's 'seed' and was made with the
genetics and personality of Allah. All other logic fails to
explain the virgin birth and immaculate conception of that great
Since the creations of Adam and
Eve, ALL CHILDREN have had to have a father in order to be
born. If Marium had not known a man, and all scriptures
(Qu'ran and the prophets' writings, and the Injeel) so state this
fact, then the Father of Isa had to be Allah (God). That is
what the law that Allah had created in the very beginning, and Allah
does not change. He does not break His own rules,
laws, or promises. He set the boundaries of truth and the
boundaries of the laws that the whole world lives under - and He
does NOT break His own laws - that would be against His own nature
No where else in all the true writings do we find that Allah ever
created from nothing anything else that we know of - so
Allah made Isa from something - His 'seed' that He implanted
within Marium and her egg. Allah only used His own laws of
nature to make Isa to "Be", or to be "made".
"3.48": And He will
teach him the Book and the wisdom and the Taurat and the
Question: Would Allah teach Isa the
Taurat and the Injeel unless He wanted Isa to keep and teach
others His laws and commandments?
Answer: The Taurat teaches man how to live under Allah's laws
and how to respect, honor, and submit to Allah and show
respect, honor and live in peace with his fellow man.
Have your read the Taurat?
What does the Taurat say that we, those who are fully submitted to
Allah, should know so that we, also, may respect, honor, and submit
to Allah by following the teachings that Allah gave our forefathers
through the Taurat. Do you wish to read the Taurat so you,
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Answer: The Injeel teaches how Allah fulfilled His
prophesies in the books of the prophets - telling how the "Messiah"
would come and what his coming would mean to
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Injeel - English Version (Matthew -
If we claim to believe the prophets of the
times prior to when Isa came to earth, then we have to believe that
their prophecies (which clearly, unmistakably) are fulfilled in
Isa. He was born of a virgin without a human father.
Sinless - because sin is conveyed upon the next generation by the
'father' - not by the woman, and Allah is perfect-without sin.
He lived exactly where the prophets foretold He would live. He
taught exactly what they foretold He would teach. He performed
miracles exactly how they foretold He would perform. He was slain
exactly how they foretold He would be slain. And, He rose
again from the grave exactly how they foretold He would
Do we not believe in the great prophets?
Muhammed instructed us to believe in them.
Do we not go to the people of the 'Book'?
Muhammed told us to seek the truth from the people of the
Do we believe that Isa was the greatest of
prophets? Muhammed told us that He was the greatest of all
prophets. Yet, He, Isa - himself, stated that He (Isa) was the
Son of God and that He was equal with God. If we believe He is
the greatest of prophets, then we must believe that He CANNOT
LIE! Therefore, we must believe that He was exactly what He
said He was - the Son of God and Equal with God. And, if Allah
is the sames as the Jewish/Christian God, then we must also believe
in Isa as the ONLY WAY to get to God (Allah). No other way is
permitted to man.
"3.49": And (make him)
an apostle to the children of Israel: That I have come
to you with a sign
from your Lord, that I determine for you out of dust like the
form of a bird,
then I breathe into it and it becomes a bird with Allah's
permission and I
heal the blind and the leprous, and bring the dead to life with
Allah's permission and I inform you of
what you should eat and what you should store in your houses; most surely there
is a sign in this for you, if you are believers.
"3.50": And a verifier
of that which is before me of the Taurat and that I
may allow you part
of that which has been forbidden to you, and I have come to
you with a sign
from your Lord therefore be careful of (your duty to) Allah and
"3.51": Surely Allah is
my Lord and your Lord, therefore serve Him; this is
the right path.
"3.52": But when Isa
perceived unbelief on their part, he said Who will be my
helpers in Allah's
way? The disciples said: We are helpers (in the way) of
Allah: We believe
in Allah and bear witness that we are submitting
Definition: Christian. A
person submitted to Allah to learn, serve, and teach the 'truth' of
Isa's teachings while He was on the Earth. Someone that is
It seems here that Isa is asking
his disciples if they are submitted to His teachings; and, in
response, the disciples are affirming that they are true Muslims -
completely 'submitting ones'. These are the men that later
were called "Christians", and by their own testimonies, were
completely submitted to Isa (Christ) all the way to their
deaths. Then, shouldn't we look to these men as examples of
'true Muslims'? If so, then we should study more of their
teachings and see just what they knew was the true meaning of being
submitted to Allah.
"3.53": Our Lord! we
believe in what Thou hast revealed and we follow the
apostle, so write
us down with those who bear witness.
"3.54": And they planned
and Allah (also) planned, and Allah is the best of
It seems that at this time, Allah
(the best of planners) was setting the conditions and plans for
all those that were to be true Muslims to see what standards and
guidelines they should learn to follow from that time until the
"3.55": And when Allah
said: O Isa, I am going to terminate the period of
your stay (on
earth) and cause you to ascend unto Me and purify you of those who
disbelieve and make
those who follow you (true Muslims - the
Christians) above those who disbelieve to the day
then to Me shall be your return, so l will decide between you
concerning that in
which you differed.
"3.56": Then as to those
who disbelieve, I will chastise them with severe
this world and the hereafter, and they shall have no helpers.
"3.57": And as to those
who believe and do good deeds (do as Isa did and
taught, and Allah accepts in His teachings), He will pay
them fully their rewards; and Allah does not love
In truth, it seems best that if we
should submit ourselves to Allah completely, then we should study
and follow the examples of His first disciples and followers.
Learn from what they taught and wrote about and realize that Isa
would not have chosen them had it not been by the perfect planning
of Allah Himself.
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