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Ustaz Abubeker Ahmed special Message

Jesus’ message was a call to action, as did the other prophets.  He also called on people to grieve and to have compassion for others so that they might possess good morals.  Esau struggled to understand the heavenly power and glory behind the Creator’s command.

We Muslims believe in a miracle created by the prophets.  Did Moses / Moses not swallow the snake with all the witches who turned against it?  Didn’t the Red Sea split in two?  If we accept that this is a miracle, why should we make the birth of Esau (Jesus) unique?  Allah wanted the birth of Jesus (Jesus) to be in the form of His will and He did it! 

When we return to Jesus himself, it was a time when people forgot the divine power.  Therefore, did He not raise people from the dead to call them into the divine power?  Do you not lighten the eyes of the blind?  Did I not cure the lepers? 

If this miracle is a wonderful gift from God, why would it be hard to accept His miraculous birth as a miracle, as any other miracle?  In addition to performing miracles, Jesus was teaching his people about the heavenly power.  The Qur’an thus affirms that all of these miracles were performed only by the permission of the Creator.

Jesus’ message was a call to action, as did the other prophets.  He also called on people to grieve and to have compassion for others so that they might possess good morals.  Esau struggled to understand the heavenly power and glory behind the Creator’s command.

However, Esau was not respected by his people, he was mocked, pushed, humiliated.  They even agreed to hang him and kill him.  Here the second difference between Muslims and Christians on Esau.  Christians believe that Esau was crucified, but Muslims do not accept this idea.  We ask Christians to seek the answer from their own book. 

Listen, as recorded in Mark chapter 14 verse 36 and Luke chapter 22 verse 42, as Jesus prayed to his Lord to lift the cup of death to save him from his enemies.  The Creator, who does not answer the prayers of the prophets, accepts them.  He rescued him from the plots of the conspirators, From the schemes of his enemies.  Is it possible that the Creator, who was born miraculously, could not save him from being crucified?  no way!  He lifted him up to heaven (see Qur’an 4: 157-158).

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