Did You Know…?

  • …that God portrayed his image through the inspired writings of forty-two men? (2Ti 3:16, 2Pe 1:20-21)
  • …that one of those Spirit-Filled men, John, wrote down the name of the devil’s imminent advocate, the false prophet? (Rev 13:18, reference 2Th 2)
  • …that six centuries after the name was written, it was claimed but not revealed (to be a match) until now?
  • …that until now, the story of Babel has separated men by language and understanding?
  • …that the claimant was illiterate?
  • …that the name was written in three Greek symbols? (Rev 13:18)


  • …that all three symbols are used in…


Can you see them?

  • …that it doesn’t take an understanding of language to recognize the three symbols above? The only wisdom required is its meaning; it is the common calligraphic representation of the name – “Muhammad.”
  • …that this man Muhammad gains and has gained the allegiance of billions of people from the moment of their first spoken words? (Qur’an 1, narrative)
  • …that this man is a figure of history? He was a parent-less merchant by trade who became a massacring rebel after hearing voices. His hordes of followers recognize him as a masterful General and prophet.
  • His religion’s salutation (greeting) between believers is Assalam Alaikum – meaning, “Peace and security.” (1Th 5:3)
  • …that in the book of Daniel, he was prophesied to die (Da 7:11) but not in battle or by the hand of any man (Da 8:25)? The prophecy was written about 1,100 years before his birth.
  • Because he was illiterate, not even Muhammad could recognize his own name as was described by three Greek symbols; Χ – in Greek meaning 600 and in Arabic meaning Muhammad, ξ – in Greek meaning 60 and in Arabic meaning Allah, and ς – in Greek meaning 6 and in Arabic meaning ‘in the name of’.
  •  …that this man was so bold as to claim the title of God, in the form of Jesus, as the bright Morning Star (Rev 22:16)? Men were warned that he would do this in 2Th 2:4 which was written five centuries before Muhammad’s birth. The prophetic warning has been realized by Muhammad calling himself al-Tariq, the bright morning star, in Qur’an 86:1-3. He further transitions from the bright morning star to the Lord of the Dawn in 113:1 which, in turn, becomes the Lord of men in 114:1-3, the final chapter of the Qur’an.
  • …that to discredit this man is considered blasphemous and to do so carries a death sentence at the hands of his followers? They believe they are doing a service to their god as warned in John 16:2.
  • …that his god’s name is Destroyer? He is named in Rev 9:11. It was on 9/11 that the Destroyer appeared and began this last ten years of tribulation. It was by Qur’an 9:111, “…They fight in Allah’s way, so they slay and are slain…” that the Destroyer delivered the events of 9/11. Destroyer is the 62nd of 99 listed names of Allah; al-Mumit (Qur’an 3:156, 7:158, 15:23, 57:2).
  • …that his Lord’s name (Allah) is also King of the kingdom as warned in Rev 9:11? Malik -Ul-Mulk means; king of the kingdom, owner of the kingdom, and master of the kingdom.

“They had as king over them the angel of the Abyss, whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek, Apollyon.” Revelation 9:11

“Sit in silence, go into darkness, Daughter of the Babylonians; no more will you be called queen of kingdoms.” Isaiah 47:5

“Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. All this I will give to you,” he said, “if you will bow down and worship me.”          Matthew 4:8-9

“The devil led him up to a high place and showed him in an instant all the kingdoms of the world. And he said to him, “I will give you all their authority and splendor, for it has been given to me, and I can give it to anyone I want to. So if you worship me, it will all be yours.” Luke 4:5-7

“…Allah, Owner of the kingdom…” “…Allah, the King…”  “…Allah, the True King…”  “He is…Allah…the King…”  “…Allah, the King…”  “…Allah – The King of men…” Qur’an 3:26, 20:114, 23:116, 59:23, 62:1, 114:2

  • …that Allah is like the queen over her drones and her workers in Isa 47? Allah is the king directing his kingdom of followers on 9/11. As Rev 13 explains, the image of Muhammad is inseparable with that of the fallen angel – the angel that has taken on so many deceitful names and faces. When tempted by the devil, Jesus responded, “Away from me, Satan! It is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve him only.” It would appear Muhammad had a different response.
  • …that he overcame three (of ten) kings to begin his rule (Da 7:8, 7:24)? Muhammad subdued the merchants of the Mediterranean (Tarshish) that he knew so well. From the caravanning merchants, he and his hordes moved on to Medina (Dedan) and finally on to Mecca (Sheba), where they base their idol today. These historical accounts can be read in Eze 38:10-13; written 1,200 years before the events took place. Daniel 7:12 tells us that the beastly kingdoms he created will live beyond him. As listed in the body of this site, they’re deeds are in the news daily. Try not to get confused by the events of Gog and Magog; they are separately evil men who lead or sympathize with evil kingdoms. For instance; Eze 39:9-29 is a prophetic vision of Hitler and Nazi Germany as a prelude to re-uniting Israel. The historical account is identical to the prophetic vision.
  • …that all ten kingdoms now rule with him (Rev 17:12)? Look to the image of Ten Kings to visualize how many countries those ten territories now include; none the least of which is Persia – Iran. These are the ten kings of Da 7:24 and the ten crowned horns of Rev 17:12.
  • …that his image is falsely deemed to be a miracle and is delusively reflected in a book along with his god? This is the image of the beast in Rev 13:14 – it’s the Qur’an. “…Glory be to Allah from that which they set up (with Him).” Qur’an 59:23
  • …that his image is presented as that of a foreign god who calls upom Muhammad as his prophet? This image is outlined in the first chapter of his book by only ‘seven’ verses (Qur’an 1:1-7). They are call the Oft-repeated verses. They are Oft-repeated because Muhammad calls upon his hordes to repeat them five times a day. This is in addition to their five daily prayers. Mistakenly thought to be the ‘lost’ week of sevens; these Oft-repeated lies are the work of the devil and are the ‘seven’ referred to in Da 9:27. With his hordes currently consisting of 1.7 billion people, these verses are called out nearly eight billion times a day. How might the God of heaven, Yahweh, perceive such betrayal?
  • …that in the middle of these ‘seven’ verses, the false prophet calls for his followers to put an end to the sacrifice and offering of Jesus, given to us as a gift, in order to follow him and his foreign god?

“Thee (Allah) do we serve and Thee (Allah) do we beseech for help.” Qur’an 1:4

We can’t help but wonder; how might the King of kings, Jesus, perceive those who follow these directions? How might he perceive those who advance the teaching of Muhammad and the Qur’an as that of the will and teaching of God? Remember Jesus’ answer when asked the greatest of all commandments?

“Love the Lord God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.” Mt 22:37-40

What truth of God is there then in the following?

  • …that all who refuse to worship Muhammad’s book of collected sayings (his image) are directed to be killed by his self-directed Soldiers Of Allah – like bees directed by their queen (Ps 118:12)? “He was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast (Allah) so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed.” Rev 13:15

Did You Know that there is much, much more…?

Read more at Who Is the False Prophet?

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