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God’s Servants, Their Helpers and Making Truth Known

By Jabril Muhammad | Last updated: Jan 14, 2013 - 11:41:58 AM

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What was the relationship between Moses and Aaron? What was the relationship between David and Solomon? In the Bible, what was the relationship between Jesus and Paul?

Many people are in churches here in America? How many churches are there in your city?

What was and/or is the relationship between the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan?

How important are these questions to you?

Does the truth or answers relate to these series of questions, I’ve just raised?

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That will help us to “see” the relationship between Moses/Aaron & David/Solomon and Jesus relation to Paul and now the relationship between the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Farrakhan.

How many people would know of Jesus without the power of Paul doing what he did? He did what he did in the face of others who wanted to murder him, but he did it!

The word react means this: “respond or behave in a particular way in response to something.”

Does anyone become a “believer” without acceptance of the truth that came from the Supreme Being through the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and then he put it on the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan before he left the U.S.A. in 1975?

How do I know this? I’ve written of this on some level in The Final Call for many years. Why I’m mentioning this now?

In this article, the word “now” means: “at the present time or moment; at the time directly following the present moment; immediately; under the present circumstances; as a result of something that has recently happened; on this further occasion, typically as the latest in a series of annoying situations or events; used to emphasize a particular length of time; (in a narrative or account of past events) at the time spoken of or referred to; used, esp. in conversation, to draw attention to a particular statement or point in a narrative; used when turning to a different subject or activity; used in or as a request, instruction, or question, typically to give a slight emphasis to one’s words.”

Can you help Minister Farrakhan with envy, distrust, suspicion, and jealousy in your heart? Does this question involve helping others and helping yourself too!

This is the Day of Judgment and the day when the “dead” are to be raised from the dead.

Who is making The Final Call all over this planet other than Minister Farrakhan?

I want to respond to my Sister Kelmer’s experience more fully and my reaction to her in the next article, Allah willing.

In the 4th edition of “Is it Possible that The Honorable Elijah Muhammad is still Physically Alive???” you can read that letter from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Farrakhan’s response to his words in that letter.

In the same book you can read these words:

Now we go to the notes of Maududi, whose translation was noted earlier. He writes that the word in the Arabic text is from a word, which literally means “to take and receive” and “to seize the soul.” He states that this is not its “Lexical but its metaphorical meaning.” He goes on to say that in the context of the verse we are looking at, the meaning is “to recall from mission.”

He continues, “Allah recalled Jesus because the Israelites had rejected him in spite of the clear signs he had brought.” After reviewing the history of the evil of these people towards the prophets and of God’s last chance to them in the person of Jesus, he concludes, “Thus they had proved themselves to be so obdurate that it was useless to give the Israelites any further chance. So Allah recalled His prophet Jesus and inflicted on them a life of disgrace up to the Day of Resurrection.”

Now this scholar differs from such scholars as M. Ali and others in that he thinks there is something of truth in the Christian doctrine of the ascension. He writes, “If the Christian belief in ‘Ascension’ had been wholly baseless, it could have been refuted by pointing out that the object of their worship ... expired long ago and had become one with dust, etc.” In other words, Allah would have made it plain. “But,” he continues, “the Qur’an does not declare this explicitly. On the other hand, it not only uses such words as give a vague suggestion of his ‘Ascension,’ but also denies that Jesus was crucified at all.”

That denial is in the 4th chapter of the Qur’an, which we will come to later. Meanwhile, Mr. Maududi states that whoever it was (or may have been), who died on the cross, and whoever it may be that Christians claim to be the one in their pictures of a man on the cross, it is not Jesus; he says Allah took him before the crucifixion took place.

He concludes that note, “It is thus clear that those people who try to prove the death of Jesus from these verses, really try to show that God is not able to express Himself clearly and unambiguously.”

Does Minister Farrakhan speak very clearly?

Does this involve that the Honorable Elijah Muhammad did not die in 1975 and what Minister Farrakhan said, that is very public that the Honorable Elijah Muhammad is very much alive?

In Is It Possible That The Honorable Elijah Muhammad Is Still Physically Alive???

“The very interesting point he makes (on which other Muslim scholars agree) is that, “The Gospels contain clear testimony showing that Jesus Christ escaped death on the cross.”

“It goes without saying that most Christian scholars and laymen would strongly disagree. But the fact is that he gave fourteen powerful points, citing places right from the New Testament, to back up his contention, that the Gospels do not teach that Jesus really died when the Christians think he did, nor did he die on the cross!

“Earlier I mentioned that the Qur’an verifies the Bible’s truths. Since the Holy Qur’an does state plainly that Jesus did not die on the cross, nor did his enemies even kill him, one should expect to find in the Bible that which is being verified in the Holy Qur’an, surprising though this may be.”

Does this involve the history of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan?

How many Christian Ministers say and write that Jesus, who lived 2,000 years ago is still very much alive?

Is there a big difference between argument and discussion over this very serious matter? I want to be able to go deeper into this.

How many times do you have to listen to Minister Farrakhan’s words and study over his words, carefully?

One of the meanings of the word “careful” means: “done with or showing thought and attention.”

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The photo in this article can be found on page 101 right next to his words on page 100 in this same book I’ve mentioned earlier.

More next article, Allah willing.

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