Monday, December 14, 2020



There are way too much compelling evidence to reject Muhammad’s claim as a prophet of the true God. Muslims erroneously believe that Muhammad was a true prophet sent by God. Since the lives of more than a billion Muslims are at stake, we will address this vital issue in order to reveal to Muslims whether Muhammad qualifies as a prophet of God. We will use the very sources of Islam to prove why Muhammad simply cannot be a true prophet. It may come as a shocking surprise for Muslims to learn that both the Holy Bible and the Qur’an disqualify Muhammad as a prophet of the true God.

Muslims reject sources that are extraneous to Islam. We will, therefore, oblige them by using Islam itself to prove why Muhammad simply cannot be God’s chosen prophet. We will use the Qur’an to prove why Muhammad lacks the qualification to rank among the prophets of the true God. Vital evidence will be provided from Islamic sources to substantiate our case against Muhammad’s claim as a prophet. Carefully consider the evidence provided in this article.

Centuries before the Qur’an came into existence, the Holy Bible speaks of the Covenant of Jehovah.” God made a covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob:

Exodus 2:24-25: “And God remembered his Covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. So God looked on the sons of Israel and God took notice.”

2 Kings 13:23: “But Jehovah was gracious unto them and had compassion upon them and turned to them because of his Covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.”

Psalms 105:7-10: “He is Jehovah our God. His judgments are in all the earth. He has remembered his covenant even forever, the word which he commanded to a thousand generations, the covenant which he concluded with AbrahamAnd his sworn statement to Isaac, And which statement he kept standing as a statue even to JacobAs an everlasting covenant to Israel.”

In harmony with the Bible’s statements regarding the Covenant of Jehovah with AbrahamIsaac, and Jacob, the Qur’an also confirms that the “Prophethood” will remain in the lineage of AbrahamIsaac, and Jacob. Four different translations of Surah 29:27 are provided below:

Surah 29:27: And (as for Abraham), We bestowed upon him Isaac and (Isaac’s son) Jacob, and caused prophethood and revelation to continue among his offspring. (Asad)

And We bestowed on him Isaac and Jacob, and We established the prophethood and the Scripture among his seed. (Pickthall)

And We granted him Ishaq and Yaqouband caused the prophethood and the book to remain in his seed. (Shakir)

And We bestowed Ishaq and Yaqub to him, and kept the Prophethood and the Book among his descendants. (Faridul Haque)

It is vital to note that after confirming that the “Prophethood” will be established with Abraham, Surah 29:27 goes on to state a profound truth. It states that the Prophethood will thereafter continue through the “lineage” of Isaac and Jacob. Therefore, the Prophethood will be established uniquely through the seeds of Isaac and Jacob. In other words, the Prophethood would only be entrusted to IsaacJacob and their Descendants. That is why Allah declared that the Prophethood would “remain” in the lineage of Isaac and Jacob. This means that anyone claiming to be a Prophet of the true God must be born in the “Prophetic Race.” They must be born in the lineage of AbrahamIsaac, and Jacob.

Since the Qur’an states that Prophethood would “remain” exclusively in the lineage of Isaac and Jacob, we must then ask whether Muhammad was a descendant of Isaac and Jacob. In other words, was he born in the Prophetic Race?

Muslim scholars claim that Muhammad was a descendant of Ishmael. But Ishmael is excluded entirely in the prophetic lineage in Surah 29:27. If Allah intends to include Ishmael, his name would be placed before Isaac, as he was older than Isaac by about fourteen years. But as it can be noted, Surah 29:27 completely omits any reference to Ishmael. This raises the vital question as to why Ishmael was totally ignored if he was as important as Muslims claim him to be. Thus, the Qur’an clearly teaches that the prophetic lineage will be established only through Isaac – not Ishmael.

If Muhammad is a descendant of Ishmael, then he cannot be a descendant of Isaac at the same time, given the fact that Ishmael and Isaac are half-brothers. Thus, it is evident that Muhammad is not a descendant of Isaac. As Muhammad was neither a Jew nor a descendent of Isaac and Jacob, this automatically disqualifies him as a prophet of God. Since the Qur’an specifically states all the true prophets of God will be established in the line of Abraham through Isaac, then Muhammad cannot be a prophet of the true God. In fact, this is in harmony with the promise of God to Abraham in the Holy Bible:

Genesis 17:21: “However, my Covenant I shall establish with Isaac, whom Sarah will bear to you at this appointed time next year.”

Let’s pause and ponder on this matter for a moment. The only alleged prophet from the line of Ishmael was Muhammad – a non-Israelite. Whereas the rest – Moses, Samuel, Nathan, Elijah, Elisha, Hosea, Amos, Isaiah, Jonah, Joel, Jesus, and many others – were all descendants of Isaac and Jacob? And they were all Israelites. All these prophets were descendants of Abraham through Isaac and Jacob just as it was sworn by Allah in Surah 29:27. Why were all these chosen prophets of God descendants of Isaac and Jacob? Why was Muhammad who descended from Ishmael the only exception? Why was Ishmael’s name left out completely at the most significant time when the lineage of the Prophethood was revealed in the Qur’an? Did not Allah know that his greatest prophet would be born through the lineage of Ishmael? The following Surahs also confirm the determined will of Allah to preserve the Prophethood within the Children of Israel.”

Surah 45:16: And verily We gave the Scripture and the Command and the Prophethood, and provided them with good things and favoured them above all peoples. (Pickthall)

Surah 2:47: “O Children of Israel! Remember My favour wherewith I favoured you and how I preferred you to all creatures.” (Pickthall)

Further evidence in the Qur’an alluding to the fact that the Prophethood belongs solely to the line of Isaac and Jacob are provided below:

Surah 19:49: So, when he had withdrawn from them and that which they were worshipping beside Allah. We gave him Isaac and Jacob. Each of them We made a Prophet. (Pickthall)

Surah 21:72-73: And We bestowed upon him Isaac, and Jacob as a grandson. Each of them We made righteous. And We made them chiefs who guide by Our command, and We inspired in them the doing of good deeds and the right establishment of worship and the giving of alms and they were worshippers of Us (alone). (Pickthall)

Once again, we can observe that Ishmael is not mentioned in the above Qur’anic verses, whereas recognition is given to both Isaac and Jacob. Why did not Allah include Ishmael in these verses since Muslims claim that he is also a prophet of Allah? The Qur’an states that God gave Abraham a son and a grandson to live with him and made them both prophets. These two are the only ones mentioned as God’s gift to Abraham. Why is Ishmael’s name completely omitted as a rightful son of Abraham in these Qur’anic verses?

As we have noted, whenever the Qur’an mentions the founding of the Prophethood, at the same instant, it consistently states that it will come through Isaac and Jacob. Thus, they are the roots – the ancestry from which the chosen race of the prophets will descend. Hence, as far as Allah and the Qur’an are concerned, the only true prophets are those who are the descendants of Isaac and Jacob.

Jesus Christ is more than a prophet. His genealogy can be traced all the way back to Abraham. The genealogy of Jesus Christ is clearly recorded in the Holy Bible:

Matthew 1:1-17: The Book of the History of Jesus Christ, son of David, son of Abraham.

Abraham became father to Isaac; Isaac became father to Jacob; Jacob became father to Judah and his brothers; Judah became father to Perez and to Zerah by Tamar; Perez became father to Hezron; Hezron became father to Ram; Ram became father to Amminadab; Amminadab became father to Nahshon; Nahshon became father to Salmon; Salmon became father to Boaz by Rahab; Boaz became father to Obed by Ruth; Obed became father to Jesse;

Jesse became father to David the king. David became father to Solomon by the wife of Uriah; Solomon became father to Rehoboam; Rehoboam became father to Abijah; Abijah became father to Asa; Asa became father to Jehoshaphat; Jehoshaphat became father to Jehoram; Jehoram became father to Uzziah; Uzziah became father to Jotham; Jotham became father to Ahaz; Ahaz became father to Hezekiah;

Hezekiah became father to Manasseh; Manasseh became father to Amon; Amon became father to Josiah; Josiah became father to Jeconiah and to his brothers at the time of the deportation to Babylon. After the deportation to Babylon Jeconiah became father to Shealtiel; Shealtiel became father to Zerubbabel; Zerubabel became father to Abiud; Abiud became father to Eliakim; Eliakim became father to Azor;

Azor became father to Zadok; Zadok became father to Achim; Achim became father to Eliud; Eliud became father to Eleazar; Eleazar became father to Matthan; Matthan became father to Jacob; Jacob became father to Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom Jesus was born, who is called Christ.

All the generations, then, from Abraham until David were fourteen generations, and from David until the deportation to Babylon fourteen generations, and from the deportation to Babylon until the Christ fourteen generations.

Joseph is not the biological father of Jesus, yet, as the foster father of Jesus, he is mentioned in the genealogy to validate the ancestry of Jesus from a legal perspective. And Mary his mother qualifies the genealogy of Jesus from the biological position. Thus, Jesus was a descendant of Abraham both legally and biologically. While Jesus was clearly a descendant of Abraham through the lineage of Isaac and Jacob, Muhammad was a descendant of Ishmael. Islam destroys its credibility by admitting that Muhammad did not come from the lineage of Isaac and Jacob – the Prophetic Race. Moreover, where is the genealogy of Muhammad in the Qur’an to link him to the race and religion of Abraham?

Because of the weighty responsibility that comes with their appointment, the qualifications of all true prophets were firmly established. Evidence shows that those appointed as prophets came from families who were already worshippers of the true God. They were all worshippers of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. As for Muhammad, his parents were Arab pagans and so were his grandparents. Additionally, Muhammad himself was a pagan until the time of his alleged “calling as a prophet” by Allah.

Is it not strange that after choosing every single one of His prophets from families who were already true believers, God would now choose a pagan worshipper who came from a pagan family as his prophet? We do not think so. That is why it should not surprise us to find the continuance of many pagan rituals in the religion of Islam. Having paganic roots, Muhammad incorporated many practices of paganism into the religion of Allah. Therefore, to accept Islam is to accept paganism and its stone-kissing prophet. And as the Qur’an itself testifies clearly in Surah 29:27, Muhammad simply cannot be a prophet of the true God. Well, what about the claim of Muslims that Muhammad was the “Seal of the Prophets”?


Muhammad is described as the “Seal of the Prophets” in the Qur’an:

Surah 33:40: “Muhammad is not the father of any man among you, but he is the messenger of Allah and the Seal of the Prophets.” (Pickthall)

Muslims use the above Qur’anic verse to proudly claim that Muhammad was the last in a long succession of prophets. They claim that he was the culmination of the prophethood. But what do authentic Islamic sources reveal as to the meaning of the “Seal of the Prophets”The Hadith makes it very clear that when the Qur’an speaks about the “Seal of the Prophets,” it refers not to any divine appointment but rather to a large mole on the back of Muhammad’s shoulders.

It is simply beyond reason how the superstitious belief that people with notable physical abnormalities were chosen by God can be used as one of the evidence to validate Muhammad as the “Seal of the Prophets.” This proves that Islam is a product of paganism. It simply cannot, in any way, be a part of the true Abrahamic faith. Islam’s own references provide us with ample evidence to show what the “Seal of the Prophets” really is.

Sahih Bukhari, Volume 1, Book 4, Number 189:

Narrated By As Saib bin Yazid: My aunt took me to the Prophet and said, “O Allah’s Apostle! This son of my sister has got a disease in his legs.” So he passed his hands on my head and prayed for Allah’s blessings for me; then he performed ablution and I drank from the remaining water. I stood behind him and saw the seal of Prophethood between his shoulders, and it was like the “Zir-al-Hijla” (means the button of a small tent, but some said ‘egg of a partridge.’ etc.)

Sahih Bukhari, Volume 7, Book 70, Number 574:

Narrated By As-Sa’ib: My aunt took me to Allah’s Apostle and said, “O Allah’s Apostle! My nephew is- ill.” The Prophet touched my head with his hand and invoked Allah to bless me. He then performed ablution and I drank of the remaining water of his ablution and then stood behind his back and saw “Khatam An-Nubuwwa” (The Seal of Prophethood) between his shoulders like a button of a tent.

Sahih Muslim, is recognized as the second greatest work on the Hadith after Sahih Bukhari. It records the following facts regarding the “Seal of the Prophets.”


Sahih Muslim, Book 30, Number 5790:

Jabir b. Samura reported: I saw the seal on his back as if it were a pigeon’s egg.

Sahih Muslim, Book 30, Number 5793:

Abdullah b. Sarjis reported: I saw Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) and ate with him bread and meat, or he said Tharid (bread soaked in soup). I said to him: Did Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) seek forgiveness for you? He said: Yes, and for you, and he then recited this verse: “Ask forgiveness for thy sin and for the believing men and believing women” (xlvii. 19). I then went after him and saw the Seal of Prophethood between his shoulders on the left side of his shoulder having spots on it like moles.

And other well-known Hadiths also provide further evidence.

Sunan of Abu Dawud, Book 32, Number 4071:

Narrated Qurrah ibn Iyas al-Muzani: “I came to the Apostle of Allah (pbuh) with a company of Muzaynah and we swore allegiance to him. The buttons of his shirt were open. I swore allegiance to him and I put my hand inside the collar of his shirt and felt the seal.”

Tarikh (History of) al-Tabari:

When Bahira saw this, he descended from his cell and sent the caravan a message inviting them all…, Finally he looked at Muhammad’s back, and saw the seal of prophethood between his shoulders…, He replied…, “I also recognize him by the seal of prophethood which is below the cartilage of his shoulders and which is like an apple.” (The History of al-Tabari: Muhammad at Mecca, translated and annotated by W. Montgomery Watt and M. V. McDonald, Volume VI, pp. 45, 46)

Bahira was a monk who lived during the time of Muhammad. This same lying monk also said that he had seen the stones and the trees prostrating to Muhammad as he walked by. Muslims believe these incredible tales without wondering why many of the Arabs simply refused to accept Muhammad when he called them to Islam. Eventually, it was not the prostrating stones or the bowing trees or the apple-sized mole, but the sword of Islam glittering in the hot Arabian desert that converted these Arabs to Islam.

Ibn Sa’d (A.H. 168-230), Kitab al-Tabaqat al-Kabir:

‘Abd Allah Ibn Ja’far al-Raqqi informed us on the authority of ‘Ubayd Allah Ibn ‘Amr, he on the authority of ‘Abd al-Malik Ibn ‘Umayr, he on the authority of Iyad Ibn Laqit, he on the authority of Abu Rimthah; he said: I went to the Prophet, may Allah bless him, and a son of mine was with me. Then I said: O my son! This is the Prophet of Allah. When he (son) saw him, he began to tremble, out of reverence.

When I arrived, I said, “O Apostle of Allah! I am a physician and belong to the family of physicians. My father was a noted physician during the Jahiliyyah (pre-Muhammad times) days; we are famous as physicians. So permit me (to treat) what is between your shoulders. If it is a wound, I shall operate on it and Allah will cure His Prophet.” Thereupon he said: There is no physician for it except Allah. It was like the egg of a dove. (Translated by S.M. Haq & H.K. Ghazanfar, Kitab Bhavan, New Delhi, India, 1972, Vol I (part 2), p. 503-506.)

The Seal of Prophets” turns out to be a physical deformity that needed urgent medical treatment. However, the vast majority of Muhammad’s uneducated and superstitious followers believed it was a miraculous Seal of Muhammad’s prophethood. Muhammad took advantage of their ignorance and claimed himself to be God’s final prophet.

Can you imagine, the best that Islam could come up to prove that Muhammad was the culmination of the prophets is a large mole, which very well could be cancerous. It is simply beyond logic how Muslims could use this as one of the greatest proofs to convince people of Muhammad’s prophethood. Such ideas that give significance to moles can be found in the beliefs of many pagan religions. Pagan teachings consider moles as a mystical significance of a person’s fate. It is believed that moles are reflections of the personality of an individual. They also believe that moles reveal the destiny of a person.

Moloesophy is a branch of astrology that deals with the study of moles. And the science of astrology is a science of the occult. Such beliefs are detestable to God. They are against the divine teachings of the true God:

Deuteronomy 18:10: “There should not be found in you…, anyone who looks for omens.”

To look for omens means to look for signs – such as a mole – that portend good or evil. There is another compelling reason why Muhammad is disqualified as a true prophet of God. A true prophet will reflect the compassion and mercy of God. In contrast, Muhammad was an extremely cruel man. Once again, we are not the ones saying this. It is documented in the records of authentic Islamic sources.


Sunan Abu-Dawud Book 38, Hadith Number 4348:

Narrated Abdullah Ibn Abbas: A blind man had a slave-mother who used to abuse the Prophet and disparage him. He forbade her but she did not stop. He rebuked her but she did not give up her habit. One night she began to slander the Prophet and abuse him. So he took a dagger, placed it on her belly, pressed it, and killed her. A child who came between her legs was smeared with the blood that was there. When the morning came, the Prophet was informed about it. He assembled the people and said: I adjure by Allah the man who has done this action and I adjure him by my right to him that he should stand up.

Jumping over the necks of the people and trembling the man stood up. He sat before the Prophet and said: Apostle of Allah! I am her master; she used to abuse you and disparage you. I forbade her, but she did not stop, and I rebuked her, but she did not abandon her habit. I have two sons like pearls from her, and she was my companion. Last night she began to abuse and disparage you. So I took a dagger, put it on her belly and pressed it till I killed her. Thereupon the Prophet said: Oh be witness, no retaliation is payable for her blood.

What cruelty! What injustice! Muhammad unjustly approved the killing of a pregnant mother and her unborn child just because the murderer said that she had insulted him. What an evil man. Will a true prophet of God condone the cold-blooded murder of a mother and her child? Does not the murder of an innocent child matter to him? A double murder has been committed and Muhammad did not even investigate to ascertain whether this murderer was lying to escape punishment. Muhammad’s verdict was based solely on the murderer’s word. Muhammad set an evil precedent. Muslims will now find it justifiable to kill anyone who insulted their Prophet. And Muslims did just that. Islamic records show that another murder was committed against another woman who supposedly insulted Muhammad. And Muhammad gave the same verdict:

Sunan Abu-Dawud Book 38, Hadith Number 4349:

Narrated Ali ibn AbuTalib: A Jewess used to abuse the Prophet (pbuh) and disparage him. A man strangled her till she died. The Apostle of Allah (pbuh) declared that no recompense was payable for her blood.

Muhammad left a legacy of evil for Muslims to follow. The abusive “Blasphemy Law” which is prevalent in many Islamic countries is a direct result of Muhammad’s evil verdict. Today, Muslims easily exploit this law to silence all those who criticize their Prophet.

Now compare how Jesus responded to an even more serious act of crime committed against him. See how he responded towards those who came to arrest him which resulted in his death by execution. Compare now the malicious hatred of Muhammad with the outstanding quality of love displayed by Jesus Christ. When a great crowd with swords and clubs from the chief priests came to arrest Jesus, one of his disciples tried to defend him. Follow now this account in the Bible:

Matthew 26:51: With that, one of the companions of Jesus drew out his sword and struck the slave of the high priest and took off his ear.

How did Jesus react?

Matthew 26:52-53: Then Jesus said to him: “Return your sword to its place, for all those who take the sword will die by the sword.

Jesus did not condone the violent action of his disciple just because it was carried out to protect him. In fact, he rebuked the disciple for his rash action. More than that, he lovingly healed the injured ear of the very man who came along with those who wanted to arrest him. Such is the love of Jesus Christ. Think, how strongly Jesus would have reacted, had his disciple instead killed that man. If Jesus did not even approve the injuring of that man, would he condone the murdering of him? Never!

Luke 22:51: “And he touched the man’s ear and healed him.”

These are the hallmarks of a true Prophet of God. Christians are truly blessed for having Jesus Christ as their Prophet. One who by his very example taught them the surpassing way of love. From the historical records of Islam, we can clearly see that Muhammad does not qualify, in the least, to be a prophet of the true God.

Muslims, if you strongly believe that Muhammad can guide you to gain eternal salvation, please consider the following confessions of Muhammad in the Qur’an:

Surah 46:9: “Say: I am not the first of the apostles, and I do not know what will be done with me or with youI do not follow anything but that which is revealed to me, and I am nothing but a plain warner.” (Shakir)

The following Qur’anic verse is even more damaging. Muslims believe Muhammad was a true prophet of God. And they sincerely believe that Allah sent him to guide them in the way of salvation. However, the Qur’an records the following confession of Muhammad regarding his role as a guide for Muslims. Given below are two translations of this Qur’anic verse:

Surah 72:21: Say, “I possess no power to harm you, nor to guide you.” (Khalifa)

“It is not in my power to cause you harm, or to bring you to the Right Path.” (Hilali-Khan)

Muhammad confessed: “It is not in my power to bring you to the Right Path.” Do Muslims really understand the gravity of Muhammad’s confession? Is it not the duty of a true prophet to guide the congregation of God to the “Right Path”Can Muslims now depend on this man to guide them to salvation? Would it not be wiser for Muslims to seek guidance from a more reliable source? Regarding the guidance of Jesus, reflect carefully on what the Qur’an itself reveals about it in the following Qur’anic verse. Contemplate how well Jesus must have guided his followers in the past and continues to guide them today through the teachings of the Holy Bible.

Surah 3:55: Behold! God said: “O Jesus! I will take thee and raise thee to Myself and clear thee of the falsehoods of those who blaspheme; I will make those who follow thee superior to those who reject faith, to the Day of Resurrection.” (Yusuf Ali, Original 1938)

Those who follow Jesus Christ are Christians. And the Qur’an states very clearly that those who follow Jesus will be made superior until “the Day of Resurrection.” The Day of Resurrection or Qiyamah will occur at the time of the end. This means that even at this very moment in time, the true followers of Christ are in an exulted position. This is because of the guidance they continue to receive from Jesus Christ through the teachings of the Holy Bible. Since Christians will be made to be superior until the Day of Resurrection, where do you think their final destination will be? In contrast to the uncertainty of Muhammad, Jesus Christ stated positively:

John 14:6: Jesus said to him: “I am the way and the truth and the life.”

Coming back to Muhammad, not only was he unsure about the outcome of the salvation of his followers but he was also unsure of his own salvation. In fact, he was fearful about it.

Sahih Bukhari, Volume 2, Book 23, Number 454:

Narrated Masruq:’Aisha said that a Jewess came to her and mentioned the punishment in the grave, saying to her, “May Allah protect you from the punishment of the grave.” ‘Aisha then asked Allah’s Apostle about the punishment of the grave. He said, “Yes, (there is) punishment in the grave.” ‘Aisha added, “After that I never saw Allah’s Apostle but seeking refuge with Allah from the punishment in the grave in every prayer he prayed.”

Sahih Bukhari, Volume 2, Book 23, Number 459:

Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah’s Apostle used to invoke (Allah): (O Allah) I seek refuge with you from the punishment in the grave and from the punishment in the Hell fire and from the afflictions of life and death, and the afflictions of Al-Masih Ad-Dajjal.”

Sahih Bukhari, Volume 2, Book 23, Number 455:

Narrated By Asma’ bint Abi Bakr: Allah’s Apostle once stood up delivering a sermon and mentioned the trial which people will face in the grave. When he mentioned that, the Muslims started shouting loudly.

Please reflect on the prospect that Muhammad gave his early followers. He left them with a gloomy future threatening over them. Muhammad was unsure of the future. However, he was very certain about one thing – the destiny of all Muslims. This includes the Muslims of today:

Surah 19:71: “It is the inevitable decree of your Lord that every one of you will be taken to Hell.” (Sarwar)

Muslims, this is the destination that Allah and Muhammad have left for you. Your destination in Hell is an inevitable decree of Allah. In contrast, consider now the assurance that Jesus gave his disciples:

John 5:24: Most assuredly, I say to you, he who hears my word and believes in Him who sent me has everlasting life, and shall not come into judgment, but has passed from death into life.

John 11:25: Jesus said to her: “I am the resurrection and the life. He that exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.

And the Qur’an records with certainty the outcome of Muhammad and those who follow him:

Surah 39:30: “You Muhammad are destined to die and so are they.” (Al-Muntakhab)

In total contrast to the destiny that awaits Muhammad and his followers, Jesus Christ gave his true followers the following assurance:

John 14:19: “Because I live, you will live also.”

Well Muslims, the choice is yours. Do you want to follow Muhammad who will lead you to Hell or do you want to follow Jesus Christ who will lead you to salvation? Muslims, we sincerely appeal to you to find the courage and the strength to leave this cult of death. Reject Muhammad for what he truly was – a false prophet. But more importantly, turn to Jehovah, the only true God. Only then you will have no dread regarding your salvation:

Isaiah 12:2: Behold! God is my salvation. I will trust and not be afraid; for Jehovah, even Jehovah is my strength and my might, and he became my salvation.”

Galatians 4:28: Brothers, now you are children belonging to the promise the same as Isaac was.


Anonymous said...

See verse 19:54

in which God says to mention Ismail in the Book, then continues to say, “Truly, he was truthful in his promises and he was a messenger and a prophet.”

Anonymous said...

See verse 19:54

وَاذْكُرْ فِي الْكِتَابِ إِسْمَاعِيلَ إِنَّهُ كَانَ صَادِقَ الْوَعْدِ وَكَانَ رَسُولًا نَّبِيًّا

in which God says to mention Ismail in the Book, then continues to say, “Truly, he was truthful in his promises and he was a messenger and a prophet.”


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