Sunday, 4 December 2016

[USA / Islamophonia / Submission to the strange and evil 'god' of islam - with its lies and blasphemies against Jesus Christ - then whining about 'islamophobes' speaking freely against the evil thing] Islam is an American faith tradition

Islam is an American faith tradition

By Khalid Saeed, Islamic Center of Woodland
12/02/16
... The holy Quran is a book of peace and guidance for the Muslims. It asks us to not to lie, not to cheat, love and help humanity, love our parents, daughters and wife, do the charity work. It forbids killing of the innocent people. Even committing suicide and taking one’s own life is forbidden in Islam and its punishment is eternal hell because life is sacred and it belongs to God, the Creator. ...
More on the blasphemous, antichrist book - in opposition to Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh - at Daily Democrat

# Flee from islam, with its strange god, false prophet and blasphemous book. Run for your life!

The Women

[4.157] And their saying: Surely we have killed the Messiah, Isa son of Marium, the apostle of Allah; and they did not kill him nor did they crucify him, but it appeared to them so (like Isa) and most surely those who differ therein are only in a doubt about it; they have no knowledge respecting it, but only follow a conjecture, and they killed him not for sure.

[4.171] O followers of the Book! do not exceed the limits in your religion, and do not speak (lies) against Allah, but (speak) the truth; the Messiah, Isa son of Marium is only an apostle of Allah and His Word which He communicated to Marium and a spirit from Him; believe therefore in Allah and His apostles, and say not, Three. Desist, it is better for you; Allah is only one God; far be It from His glory that He should have a son, whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth is His, and Allah is sufficient for a Protector.

The Word:

John 1

Weymouth New testament

The Beginning
(Genesis 1:1-2)

1In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2He was in the beginning with God. 3All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing that exists came into being. 4In Him was Life, and that Life was the Light of men. 5The Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overpowered it.

The Witness of John
(Malachi 3:1-5)

6There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. 7He came as a witness, in order that he might give testimony concerning the Light—so that all might believe through him. 8He was not the Light, but he existed that he might give testimony concerning the Light.

9The true Light was that which illumines every man by its coming into the world. 10He was in the world, and the world came into existence through Him, and the world did not recognize Him. 11He came to the things that were His own, and His own people gave Him no welcome. 12But all who have received Him, to them—that is, to those who trust in His name—He has given the privilege of becoming children of God; 13who were begotten as such not by human descent, nor through an impulse of their own nature, nor through the will of a human father, but from God.

The Word Made His Dwelling among Us
(Psalm 84:1-12)

14And the Word came in the flesh, and lived for a time in our midst, so that we saw His glory—the glory as of the Father's only Son, sent from His presence. He was full of grace and truth. 15John gave testimony concerning Him and cried aloud, saying, "This is He of whom I said, 'He who is coming after me has been put before me,' for He was before me." 16For He it is from whose fulness we have all received, and grace upon grace. 17For the Law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. 18No human eye has ever seen God: the only Son, who is in the Father's bosom—He has made Him known.

The Mission of John the Baptist
(Isaiah 40:1-5; Matthew 3:1-12; Mark 1:1-8; Luke 3:1-20)

19This also is John's testimony, when the Jews sent to him a deputation of Priests and Levites from Jerusalem to ask him who he was. 20He avowed—he did not conceal the truth, but avowed, "I am not the Christ." 21"What then?" they inquired; "are you Elijah?" "I am not," he said. "Are you the Prophet?" "No," he answered. 22So they pressed the question. "Who are you?" they said—"that we may take an answer to those who sent us. What account do you give of yourself?" 23"I am the voice," he replied, "of one crying aloud, 'Make straight the Lord's way in the Desert,' fulfilling the words of the Prophet Isaiah."

24They were Pharisees who had been sent. 25Again they questioned him. "Why then do you baptize," they said, "if you are neither the Christ nor Elijah nor the Prophet?" 26"I baptize in water only," John answered, "but in your midst stands One whom you do not know— 27He who is to come after me, and whose sandal-strap I am not worthy to unfasten." 28This conversation took place at Bethany beyond the Jordan, where John was baptizing.

Behold, the Lamb of God
(Matthew 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-22)

29The next day John saw Jesus coming towards him and exclaimed, "Look, that is the Lamb of God who is to take away the sin of the world! 30This is He about whom I said, 'After me is to come One who has been put before me, because He was before me.' 31I did not yet know Him; but that He may be openly shown to Israel is the reason why I have come baptizing in water." 32John also gave testimony by stating: "I have seen the Spirit coming down like a dove out of Heaven; and it remained upon Him. 33I did not yet know Him, but He who sent me to baptize in water said to me, "'The One on whom you see the Spirit coming down, and remaining, He it is who baptizes in the Holy Spirit.' 34"This I have seen, and I have become a witness that He is the Son of God."

Jesus Calls His First Disciples
(Matthew 4:18-22; Matthew 13:47-52; Mark 1:16-20; Luke 5:1-11)

35Again the next day John was standing with two of his disciples, 36when he saw Jesus passing by, and said, "Look! that is the Lamb of God!" 37The two disciples heard his exclamation, and they followed Jesus. 38Then Jesus turned round, and seeing them following He asked them, "What is your wish?" "Rabbi," they replied—'Rabbi' means 'Teacher' —"where are you staying?" 39"Come and you shall see," He said. So they went and saw where He was staying, and they remained and spent that day with Him. It was then about ten o'clock in the morning. 40Andrew, Simon Peter's brother, was one of the two who heard John's exclamation and followed Jesus. 41He first found his own brother Simon, and said to him, "We have found the Messiah!" —that is to say, the Anointed One. 42He brought him to Jesus. Jesus looked at him and said, "You are Simon, son of John: you shall be called Cephas" —that is to say, Peter (or 'Rock')

Jesus Calls Philip and Nathanael

43The next day, having decided to leave Bethany and go into Galilee, Jesus found Philip, and invited him to follow Him. 44 45Then Philip found Nathanael, and said to him, "We have found him about whom Moses in the Law wrote, as well as the Prophets—Jesus, the son of Joseph, a man of Nazareth." 46"Can anything good come out of Nazareth?" replied Nathanael. "Come and see," said Philip. 47Jesus saw Nathanael approaching, and said of him, "Look! here is a true Israelite, in whom there is no deceitfulness!" 48"How do you know me?" Nathanael asked. "Before Philip called you," said Jesus, "when you were under the fig-tree I saw you." 49"Rabbi," cried Nathanael, "you are the Son of God, you are Israel's King!" 50"Because I said to you, 'I saw you under the fig-tree,'" replied Jesus, "do you believe? You shall see greater things than that." 51"I tell you all in most solemn truth," He added, "that you shall see Heaven opened wide, and God's angels going up, and coming down to the Son of Man."