God’s Mission Statement

On March 16, 2014 by Admin

God has a purpose. In just a few sentences, His prophet Isaiah gives us a snapshot of what happens to this generation of life he calls “man.”

“Remember this, keep it in mind, take it to heart, you rebels. Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me. I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say, ‘My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please.’ From the east I summon a bird of prey; from a far-off land, a man to fulfill my purpose. What I have said, that I will bring about; what I have planned, that I will do. Listen to me, you stubborn-hearted, you who are now far from my righteousness. I am bringing my righteousness near, it is not far away; and my salvation will not be delayed. I will grant salvation to Zion, my splendor to Israel.” – Isaiah 46:8-13
This is a good time to remember God. This is a good time to remember his covenant – given through and fulfilled by a beautiful man; a man from a far-off land. That man was the flesh and is the Spirit of God, His Son, the Christ Jesus.

We all have hearts… Each one created by the God of heaven. But, they are not loyal to their creator. As is warned of in Daniel 7:4, our hearts have been given over to the fallen one.

The first was like a lion, and it had the wings of an eagle. I watched until its wings were torn off and it was lifted from the ground so that it stood on two feet like a man, and the heart of a man was given to it – Daniel 7:4
Whatever this thing is or was, it proclaims itself to be God. God is the lion. But this is a beast – not the ever-loving God of heaven. We are given a clue as to who and what this thing is by the Qur’an. According to MMA (Maulana Muhammad Ali),
…the Qur’an would go deep into the hearts of men – Qur’an 13:31, 31a
The examples do not stop there. They continue on with:
Then I began to search for the Qur’an, and to collect it from palm-stems, and tablets of stone and the hearts of men… Bukhari 65: ix, 20., p. I-76 of the Qur’an
Having been revealed to his (Muhammad’s) heart through the Holy Spirit (falsely proclaimed to be the angel Gabriel) – Qur’an 26:193-194, as per p. I-25
They (infidel Jews and Christians) have been given hearts, but they do not use them to understand the truth (Islam); they have been given eyes, but they do not employ them to see the truth (Islam); they have been given ears, but they turn a deaf ear to the truth – Qur’an 7:179, 179a[/quote[quote]]It was merely the greatness and reasonableness of the ideas clothed in the best of forms that appealed to the heart of man and, taking deep root in it, became the driving power to the great goal of life. A blaze of light was cast on all the great questions which had hitherto puzzled man, and the way was thus cleared for onward march and progress. Hence it is, that one of the names by which the Holy Book speaks of itself is al-Burhan, or the Clear Argument, showing that argument was the weapon which it used to conquer the heart of man – Qur’an I-34
The other important requirement is making circuits round the Ka‘bah, called tawaf, and running between the Safa and the Marwah, called sa’y, and both these are external manifestations of that fire of Divine love which has been kindled within the heart, so that like the true lover, the pilgrim makes easy to obtain – Qur’an 2:196, 196a
After warning the weak-hearted against taking their enemies for friends, the Holy Qur’an now tells them who is their real friend who can help them in their distresses and difficulties. Allah is really the only Friend of a believer; only He can come to his help in time of need (The fourth of the Seven Suspended Ones, Qur’an 1:1-7). But there was God’s Messenger among them and if God was a believer’s true Friend, so was His Messenger, whose heart was full of sincerest sympathy for the true believers – Qur’an 5:55, 55a
As is clearly defined, there are those whose hearts beat for God and, then, there are those whose hearts beat for the fallen one. The latter are the rebels. As rebels of God, they have thoughts which go through their minds similar to…
In witholding the birds, therefore, thyeremay be a reference to witholding the punishment which must ultimately overtake the enemy – Qur’an 16:79, 79a
…the punishment which must ultimately overtake the enemy…” – We have seen this in the manner in which Islam addresses the West. On September 11, 2001 -0 we watched in horror as four planes, manned by nineteen Muslims, slammed into two tall Towers, the Pentagon and into an open field. Where might this number of planes have come from?
If he should take for birds and tame them, they would obey his call call, he being neither their master nor the author of their existence, would not nations submit to the call of their Divine Master and the Author of their existence? Or if the birds, being only tamed for a short time by a man who had otherwise no control over them, become so obedient to their tamer, has not Allah the power to control all those causes which govern the life and death of nations? Whenever He wishes to destroy a people He brings about the causes of their decline and evil fortune overtakes them; and when He wishes to make a people prosperous He brings about causes which result in their rise and progress. That the word ta’ir which signifies a bird, also signifies the cause of good and evil, or misery and happiness, in which sense the word is used in 7:131 and elsewhere in the Holy Qur’an, is a further indication of the significance of the parable of the birds, through which Abraham is made to realize how the Almighty controls the fortunes of nations. It is an error to suppose that Abraham actually took four birds and tamed them. The Qur’an does not say so. It only makes Abraham realize the wonderful manifestation of Divine power by a parable – Qur’an 2:260, 260a
And, assuming that the Muslims could train four birds, what would they train them to do?
Wherever you are, death will overtake you, though you are in towers, raised high” – Qur’an 4:78
On this day, we have another missing aircraft. It would seem that there is no certain fate to that particularly large and powerful bird. Might we see yet another episode of an Islamic initiated 9/11 event?

The Bible warned of 9/11 through the prophet Isaiah, twenty seven-hundred years before it happened.

On the day of great slaughter, when the towers fall… – Isaiah 30:25
The Bible also warned us that Jesus would reappear in much the same manner that Muhammad’s Allah, aka Satan, was the “lightning from the east which appeared even in the West.”
I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven – Luke 10:10
The flash of his lightning almost takes away the sight – Qur’an 24:43
Here it is that the warning is compared to thunder, revelation being rain, the suggestion being that a demand for punishment is as foolish as a desire to be struck by lightning instead of benefiting by the rain – Qur’an chater 13, p. 499
For as lightning that comes from the east is visible even in the west, so will be the coming of the Son of Man – Matthew 24:27
Can it be that the confessed Satan as Allah and his army has hijacked yet another bird and the days of 9/11 will be repeated? Is this the catalyst which causes men to finally unleash their weapons of fire, pestilence and chemical burns?

Only time will tell…

Please read Unrepentant Confessions of the False Prophet Muhammad

One Response to “God’s Mission Statement”

  • It took me many years to comprehend it so depely too.Actually, to be honest, I don’t think I have even gone into its complete depth yet. Perhaps deeper knowledge of the lives and personalities of all the people in the hadith will provide us even more insight in the future, insha’Allah.May Allah grant us knowledge of Deen. Ameen.

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