Truth, paradoxes, and the spreading of God’s WordBy Jabril Muhammad | Last updated: Feb 11, 2013 - 4:23:37 PM
At the beginning of the previous article we can read this:
How is this related to these few articles? How does this relate to this time—2013? Now, does the above involve my reaction to Sister Kelmer Muhammad’s words? Yes!”
In Closing The Gap, Inner Views of The Heart, Mind, & Soul of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, you can read:
“Now, what happened between 1999 to 2006?”
Can you speak and/or write about Jesus, without speaking and/or writing about Paul? Why not?
Just one of the meanings of the word experiences means “an event or an occurrence that leaves an impression on someone.”
Do you read the Bible? What was the relationship between Jesus and Paul? What cause that relationship?
What cause Paul to spread his knowledge over that situation after Jesus left, according to the Bible? Which Bible do you use to answer this question? How many Bible are there in the U.S.A. and all over the earth? How many languages is the Bible written in?
I know others questions could be raised that are related to that history, that involves prophecy. But I’m asking this one question because the truth of it is related to all of others questions that could be raised.
I could write and I could prove mathematically the truth of that statement. I’ve tried to do this publicly. This involves the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and why the Honorable Elijah Muhammad put him in his seat.
How many people are involved in this situation? Does it relate to all of us in America? And does this relate to being here in this country at this time?
How does these series of questions relate to Black people in the U.S.A. from 1555 to this current time, even before that time?
The above questions are related to the knowledge of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his words to and about Minister Farrakhan and his work all over the U.S.A.; plus.
A few of the meanings, of the word “spread” is: “the fact or process of spreading over an area.” “The extent, width, or area covered by something.” It also means: “the range or variety of something.”
Now, can you speak and/or write, about Minister Farrakhan without the full truth of the Nation of Islam? Can you speak and/or write without the truth of the relationship between Minister Farrakhan and the Honorable Elijah Muhammad?
Minister Farrakhan has reached many, many more people, on earth, and beyond, much more than Paul who we can read of in the Bible? How does this help us to see the truth of this, in the Bible and the Holy Qur-an, over the years, unto 2013?
I asked Minister Farrakhan questions about his knowledge, and more, in the book, Closing The Gap. His response to me is clear and immediate. He did not know what I was going to ask him before hand. How do you see this?
Some people refer to me as a scholar. What school did I attend? What was my study and for what?
Motive is a very important word, when we are speaking and/or writing about a person especially when you write without asking any question of him/her while the person is still alive.
Involvement means: “the fact or condition of being involved with or participating in something; emotional or personal association with someone.”
Now, at the very end of the previous article we can read this:
“If we do, we will see—if we have enough of the spirit of Allah—that the hand of the Lord was/is will ever be with Minister Farrakhan all through his health problems and beyond. (Jabril Muhammad, April 6, 1999.)
“This is written!
“Now, what happened between 1999 to 2006?”
If I wrote, what happened before 1995, or before 1989, how about before 1987 or even before that time, how would anyone response to this question? Can anyone answer this question without knowing a “bit” of that history? Is it important?
If you don’t know history, can anyone tell or write of that history without lying? When did lying begin on earth? Where did your answer come from? Lying was here before you were even born. Who made the first lie and what was the reason for it? A lie involves somebody, what effect does it have on the person who is being lied on and the person who the lie is being told to?
Telling the truth, on all levels, is one thing. Making a mistake is a different thing. Now lying is done in different ways and on different levels, but it will be destroy 100%. When? I don’t know, but it will happen.
I want to finish and end my response to Sister Kelmer Muhammad’s words, next article, Allah willing.
Now, I’m mentioning the word “paradox” in this article. In my dictionary the word paradox means: “a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently sound) reasoning from acceptable premises, leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or self-contradictory.”
From the book Using The Right Word you can read about paradox:
“All of these terms imply something baffling or challenging. A mystery is anything that is incomprehensible to human reason, particularly if it invites speculation.
“An enigma is a statement whose meaning is hidden under obscure or ambiguous allusions, so that we can only guess at its significance; it can also refer to a person of puzzling or contradictory character.
“A riddle is a mystery involving contradictory statements, with a hidden meaning designed to be guessed at.
“Conundrum applies specifically to a riddle phrased as a question, the answer to which usually involves a pun or a play on words, such as ‘What is black and white and read all over?’ Conundrum can also refer to any puzzling or difficult situation.
“A paradox is a statement that seems self-contradictory or absurd, but in reality expresses a possible truth.
“A puzzle is not necessarily a verbal statement, but it presents a problem with a particularly baffling solution or tests one’s ingenuity or skill in coming up with a solution.
“The word “paradox” is a noun one of its meaning is that: “the paradox of war is that you have to kill people in order to stop people from killing each other contradiction, contradiction in terms, self-contradiction, inconsistency, incongruity; oxymoron; conflict, anomaly; enigma, puzzle, mystery, conundrum.”
I’m finishing this article on February 2, 2013. I just read some newspapers here in Phoenix. How much truth is contained in it? How much is connected with prophecy that we can read of in the Bible and the Holy Qur’an? And how much truth is connected with the words of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, who the Honorable Elijah Muhammad put in his seat?
Who made the first lie and is this related to this time called—the end of time?
The above involves Minister Farrakhan and what caused the Honorable Elijah Muhammad to see him in 1955 and what cause him to give him his assignment, right then and there, when he first saw him, in 1955.
This also involves you too.
Allah willing, I will write the why of this article.
More next issue, Allah willing.