I'm muslim and I love Jesus

in #islam4 years ago

Islam is the only non-Christian faith that makes the condition of faith a faith in Jesus (peace with him). No Muslim is a Muslim if he does not believe in Jesus (peace with him).

We believe that He is not God or Son of God
We believe that He was one of the most powerful messengers of God, the Prophet.
We believe that he was chosen by God to implement the law of Moses - a dot in the dot, a letter in the letter
We believe that he was born in a wonderful way, without the intervention of a man.
We believe that He is the Messiah, Christ.
We believe that he gave life to the dead by the power and the permission of God.
We believe that he healed those who were born blind and lepers with power and with the permission of God.
We believe that He did not die on the cross for our sins
We believe that it was taken by God to be sent back to Earth, to kill the false prophet Antichrist / Adadal and to confirm the message of God in Islam.

Muslims are greatly loved and respected by Mary, the mother of the Prophet Jesus (Peace be with them both).
Prophet Muhammad (peace be with him) asked which woman was the best in human history, the first to mention Mary, known as Maryam in Arabic.
Behold, God has chosen you and made you pure, and exalted you above all the women of the world. "(Qur'an, translation of the meaning of Surah 3, verse 42)
Undoubtedly no woman has received more attention than Maryam. It is mentioned 34 times in the Qur'an, and the whole 19 chapter named Maryam is devoted to its history.
Muslims are committed to surrendering completely to the will of God, and Maryam is a perfect example of this. She showed complete surrender to Allah, even if it meant her own family would accuse her of impurity when she discovered she was pregnant.
The virtue, moral perfection and high status of Maryam are detailed in the Quran, and she is presented as an example to all mankind. Her piety, purity and devotion to Allah (Almighty) Almighty are the qualities that all Muslims should strive for.

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I am a Muslim too and I love Jesus (peace be upon him). Thank you for sharing this post.

alayhi as-salām

So you believe in Jesus, but just not any of the historical evidence or recorded history about him? That sounds a lot like you created a false Jesus.

You say you don't believe that Jesus is the son of God. Do you believe that Adam was the son of God? What are your views on Adam? If Adam is not the son of God, then who is his Father?

1:1-5 The plainest reason why the Son of God is called the Word, seems to be, that as our words explain our minds to others, so was the Son of God sent in order to reveal his Father's mind to the world. What the evangelist says of Christ proves that he is God. He asserts, His existence in the beginning; His coexistence with the Father. The Word was with God. All things were made by him, and not as an instrument. Without him was not any thing made that was made, from the highest angel to the meanest worm. This shows how well qualified he was for the work of our redemption and salvation. The light of reason, as well as the life of sense, is derived from him, and depends upon him. This eternal Word, this true Light shines, but the darkness comprehends it not. Let us pray without ceasing, that our eyes may be opened to behold this Light, that we may walk in it; and thus be made wise unto salvation, by faith in Jesus Christ.

Yes, it is clear you believe in a Jesus as do Jehovah's Witnesses, as do Mormons, as do Seventh Day Adventist's, as do Hebrew Roots movement people. The question is whether the propositions set forth by these religions correspond with the truth of who Jesus actually was (and is, and is to come). Many historical claims were presented, for instance, in the gospel of Luke and I am not aware of any accounts repudiating those claims that contemporary time period. The propositions Islam presents come MUCH later and directly contradict the claims of antiquity. How can they be trusted?

One accepting the historical claims posited by Christian Scriptures hardly makes one a biblical Christian or saved for that matter. One has to believe the gospel and not just any gospel. The gospel of the Scriptures that is the gospel of Christ. There are specific propositions that comprise is almost like a jigsaw puzzle. Yes, the erudite scholar or theologian may be able to piece it together and the image may be right before them.

Still yet, it is the power of God and Him alone that the person is able to recognize said image, even trusting in what the image conveys concerning righteousness. This is what sets apart biblical Christianity from the fuzzy feel-good false Christianity of the world riddled with seal-righteous moralism. Be a good boy or little girl and accept some amorphous notion of faith and your in the club. I reject this. Salvation is in Christ alone thereby leaving no room for the works of men.

As I understand it, Islam is a works-religion whereby your deeds are judged on somewhat of a scale weighing the good from the bad. I wonder if it is define what the threshold of good one must be or do to be accepted. But what about the bad deeds committed?

Let's say your good outweighs your bad and you are accepted when you die. Will there be any penalty for the bad or is it simply excused as long as you are more good than bad? If so, that would seem to indicate a loss of accountability for sins. In Christian theology, all sins are paid in some way either on the Cross to those it is granted to believe or in judgment for the unbeliever. Nevertheless, every sin is paid in blood showing the perfect justice of God.

The minor prophet Ezekiel said that the soul that sins shall die. The apostle Paul said in the book or Romans that the wages of sin is death. The takeaway is that just one sin requires death. I ain't perfect by any stretch of the imagination so I know I am not going to make the cut if it were not for what Jesus accomplished on that tree. I wonder if you are comfortable with the notion of your deeds being weighed on a scale. What if what I am telling this day is the truth? Only God can grant it to you believe; therefore, I pray you consider my words to you on this day.

There is no absolute righteousness in false religion nor is there true justice. There is only death. But in Christ Jesus, who alone possesses immortality(1 Tim 6:16), there is an exceeding hope and peace that transcends understanding.

May God give light.

P.S. I must ask. What factors played into your acceptance of the propositions of Islam? How were you converted to this system of belief?