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FACING THE HIDDEN TRUTH BEHIND THE DOOR
4Giving the Bible and the Quran an intelligence test
At the end of the day, the Bible and the Quran are both telling the same story as you can already sense but are only doing this from 2 different perspectives. Their main points of division are in:
- What actually happened to the nature of man after his first fall to sin in the beginning- did he inherit a sinful
nature or did he not?
The Bible says yes and the Quran says no.
- The divinity of the person of Jesus- is he divine or human?
The Bible says yes and the Quran says no.
- Which is God’s chosen line: Isaac or Ishmael?
The Bible says Isaac and the Quran says Ishmael.
Wisdom makes us understand that Point 2 which speaks about the nature of the person of Jesus is the one point that links and binds all 3 points to one. Allow us to show how this is so.
- If Jesus can be proven to have been human,
- But if by our test, it eventually turns out that Jesus indeed was divine,
Christianity will be automatically blanked out of existence because apart from the fact that Christianity basically has its source of origin, base and sustenance on the person of Jesus, it yet specifically has its source of relevance on Jesus’ divinity to be precise. After this step is completed and Christianity is proven to be false, evidence should then be provided to discover which of the two religions of Islam and Judaism is really that of the one true God.
then both Judaism and Islam are automatically blanked out of existence leaving just Christianity as the truth. Wisdom really makes things easy you see.
- We could consider the manifestations of powerful works (miracles, signs and wonders) as revealed in the books.
- Or consider the presence of words in the books which claim to be the very words of God.
- Or consider the moral and conscience appealing tone of the books as a whole.
- Or consider the documented evidences of the activities of God in the lives and doings of his chosen people.
- Or consider the presence of prophesies and exercised fore-knowledge regarding truths that had not yet manifested when they were written but which later perfectly and accurately came to pass just as stated in prophesy.
Out of all these 5 ways to intelligently test the Bible and the Quran for veracity, the most effective one and the one bound to erase all doubt of authenticity that may possibly linger is the last on the list which talks about prophesies, this one is most effective because:
- Anyone of the two (God and the devil) can manifest powerful works of miracles, signs and wonders and make these works to get documented in any book whatsoever.
- Anyone of the two (God and the devil) can simply declare (or claim without evidence) that their words are the very words of the omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient God.
- Anyone of the two (God and the devil) can appear in any book whatsoever as moral and super holy, thereby deceiving our conscience and sense of morality to believing that they are actually good, holy and moral indeed.
- Anyone of the two (God and the devil) can document or allow their works to be documented in any book of history thereby seeming to prove that they actually exist.
- But only the all-knowing creator God who knows the beginning and end of a thing before that thing even comes into existence can have the ability to make prophesies and exhibit perfect fore-knowledge and intelligence. Prophesy is the clearest evidence of all-knowingness or omniscience. The devil who will be but a created being (assuming he existed) and a less powerful being than his creator can never perfectly pull prophesy off.
Understand that prophesy is also the only tool that satisfies the second nature of God (God as having omnipotence, omnipresence and omniscience as his physiology) as listed in the triad nature of God. For a being who is all powerful, everywhere and all-knowing will most definitely have fore knowledge. So we are most definitely right on track in employing prophesy as the ideal instrument to use in testing for God’s hand in the Bible and the Quran.
The best intelligence test for the Bible and the Quran
So the best test to apply on these books to reveal what the nature of the person of Jesus was is the intelligence test of prophesy, for prophesy in addition to being the only tool that satisfies the second nature of God (God as having omnipotence, omnipresence and omniscience as his physiology) as listed in the triad nature of God, is yet the perfect evidence of all-knowingness just as sacrificial-giving is the perfect evidence of love. It follows that:
- If Jesus by prophesy is proven to be divine,
- But if Jesus by prophesy is proven to only be human,
then it will automatically prove that mankind indeed inherited a sinful nature after he fell which subsequently demanded Jesus’s necessary divinity, and that God’s chosen line is actually that of Isaac from whence Jesus was born- all of which the Bible teaches.
then it will automatically prove that mankind indeed did not inherit any sinful nature after he fell which subsequently demanded the irrelevance of Jesus being divine and that God’s chosen line could actually be or is indeed that of Ishmael- all of which the Quran teaches.
This is the wisest, fastest and the most efficient way to investigate what the nature of Jesus was. Applying any other test is simply beating around the bush and creating room for unnecessary and avoidable doubt. So let’s kick start our test. How many prophesies were said about Jesus in the two books before he was born which later came to pass in the future after he had been born?
Prophesies about Jesus in the Bible
The Bible actually contains a number of prophesies about the man called Jesus, the Bible contains prophesies about:
- His mission.
- His divinity and deity.
- The fact of him being a king.
- The fact of him also being a prophet.
- The fact of him being also a priest.
- His name.
- His birth.
- His character.
- His many miscellaneous life actions.
- The fact of him being the new covenant.
- His death.
- And finally his resurrection.
Below is a detailed examination of "very clear" prophesies regarding the above points.
111of some of Jesus' fulfilled prophesies
- A mission is a duty to fulfill, and one can only have a mission if one is sent by a will, either his own will or the will of someone else, Jesus claims he was sent to the world by the Father, and the biblical scriptures proves it to be so by prophesy. The Father talks about Shiloh (an epithet of the messiah), the one who- being sent, is to come to Judah in [Gen 49:10] and Jesus confirms this in [Joh 17:3].
- Jesus did not only claim to be sent by the Father, but also to be the begotten son of the Father therefore making himself God- as man can only beget man and God can only beget God, and the biblical scriptures proves this to be so by prophesy when the Father declared saying today, he has begotten his son [Psa 2:7] fulfilled in [Acts 13:33; 1 Jn 5:1]. The Bible would later prove that God does not beget in the manner by which man does.
- Because it is a divine law for like to beget like [Gen 1:25], sinful man will beget sinful son and holy God will beget holy son, so that Jesus was holy from his birth and the Bible yet proves this in prophesy [Dan 9:24] fulfilled in [Luk 1:35].
- The Father further reveals in prophecy that this son he begets will be the only son he ever begets [Pro 30:4; Amo 8:10; Jer 6:26] fulfilled in [Joh 1:14; 1:18; 3:16-18; 1 Jn 4:9].
- Jesus being the only begotten son of the Father invariably means he is therefore going to also be the firstborn of the Father, and this nevertheless was revealed in the biblical scriptures by prophesy in [Psa 89:27; Zec 12:10], and fulfilled in [Mt 1:25].
- Note that because Jesus is the firstborn of the Father, he therefore has right to all the Father’s properties and this yet is proven in the Bible by prophesy in [Psa 2:7-8] fulfilled in [Mt 28:18; Joh 3:35; 5:22-27; 13:3; 1 Pe 3:22].
- If it is the Father's law that all firstborn sons belong to him [Exo 13:2], it therefore means the Father is free to do whatever he pleases with them right? So knowing that all men have sinned [1 Jn 1:8] thereby inheriting the wages of sin which is death [Ezek 18:4], of which only blood can atone for this sins [Lev 17:11] even as the life of a soul is in its blood [Lev 17:11]. It therefore means that the blood of Jesus which is without sin is the only blood qualified to atone for man’s sins and this is why the Father decided to give Jesus the mission to die in man’s place so that man can become alive again and be saved from damnation, and the Father proves Jesus' mission by prophesy to be that of bringing salvation to mankind when he made Jesus an offering for our sin [Isa 53:10] fulfilled in [1 Jn 4:10; 2:2].
- The Father laid the iniquity of all mankind on Jesus [Isa 53:11-12] fulfilled in [1 Pe 2:24].
- Jesus to be the only savior [Isa 43:11] fulfilled in [Acts 4:12].
- The fiery serpent on the pole which gave healing when it was beheld in [Num 21:7-9] was symbolic of Jesus Christ carrying our sins and full of the world’s sins like the devil (the serpent), dying for us on a cross to bring salvation to all those who believe in him (look upon him) [Joh 3:14-15].
- He will be attached with and become our salvation [Isa 12:2] and fulfilled in [Mt 1:21].
- He will make intercession for our sins [Isa 53:12] fulfilled in [Luk 23:34; Mt 26:28].
- He would bear our sins and sorrows and grief [Isa 53:4] fulfilled in [Mt 8:17].
- He will share the afflicted’s affliction [Isa 63:8-9] fulfilled in [Luk 22:41-44; Mt 25:34-40].
- He will redeem us from death [Hos 13:14; Isa 25:8] fulfilled in [Rev 1:18; 1 Pe 3:18; 1 Jn 3:8].
- He will open the eyes of the blind [Isa 42:7] fulfilled in [Mt 20:30-34].
- He will be a light to the Gentiles (which is a term refering to both the backslidden Jews and the non-Jews) [Isa 42:6; Isa 49:6] fulfilled in [Luk 2:32; Acts 13:47-48; 28:28].
- He shall not execute this mission by speaking publicly aloud in the streets [Isa 42:1-2] fulfilled in [Mt 12:18-20]. Jesus always performed his good works mostly silently [Mt 8:4; 9:30; 16:20; 17:9] and taught the crowd always with parables [Mt 13:34; Mar 4:33].
- He will be a sacrificial lamb [Isa 53:7] fulfilled in [Joh 1:29].
- Note that because Jesus is the sacrificial lamb of God, the physical lamb used to atone for sins before his coming becomes just an epithet and a prophetic symbol of him and his set out mission, and this yet is proven by prophesy so that even as the lamb is killed on Passover [Exo 12:21-27], Jesus becomes our Passover dying on Passover [Joh 13:1; 19:14; 18:39-40; 1 Co 5:7].
- As the lamb is to have no blemish (physical sickness and deformity) [Exo 12:5], Jesus also had no blemish on him (no sin) [1 Pe 1:19].
- As the lamb's bone was not to be broken (physical deformity) [Num 9:12; Exo 12:46], Jesus’ bone also was not broken at death [Joh 19:31-36].
- Just as the sin offering on the day of atonement was taken out of the camp to be killed [Lev 16:27], so was Jesus, the atonement for our sins taken out of the camp (town) to Golgotha to be killed too [Mt 27:33; Heb 13:11- 13].
- The sacrifice on the Day of Atonement was a once and for all sacrifice throughout the whole year for the Israelites [Lev 16:34], in like manner was the more precious blood of Jesus a once and for all sacrifice for mankind's sins throughout all eternity [1 Pe 3:18; Heb 9:7-12].
- The summarized description of the ministry of Jesus was prophesied to be [Isa 42:1-4] and fulfilled in [Mt 12:18-21].
- The fact that man is fallen and needs salvation is one truth the Father wanted to make clear to mankind, and what Jesus did by dying for man's sins to redeem us back to the Father in salvation is a witness to this truth, with the Father a co-witness, for in the mouth of 2 or 3 witnesses shall every truth be established [Mt 18:16]. Jesus was a third witness to this truth and the Bible proves this by prophesy in [Isa 55:4] fulfilled in [1 Joh 5:9-11; Joh 18:37].
- Job prophesied about a coming messiah that already was living in his day and yet will live physically on earth in the future [Job 19:25], this can only mean that the spirit Father who lived in his day will be the one to come in the future but in flesh this time so that Jesus is ultimately God (God the son) as fulfilled in [Joh 1:1; 1:14].
- God the Father- the Lord of host, is called our redeemer and the Holy One of Israel in [Isa 54:5], and also the only savior in [Isa 45:21], if the messiah also went by the same names of the Father-the Holy One [Mar 1:24; Luk 4:34; Acts 2:27; 3:14; 13:35; 1 Jn 2:20] and our redeemer in [Tit 2:14] and also our savior [Luk 2:11; Joh 4:42; Acts 5:31; 13:23; 2 Pe 1:1; 1 Jn 4:14], then the messiah must have simply been God the Father but in the flesh.
- Jesus is said to be a person who has lived from everlasting [Mic 5:2; Pro 8:22-36] fulfilled in [Joh 17:5; 1:30; 8:58]. If only God existed from everlasting, then Jesus must be God (God the son).
- He descended and came down from high [Pro 30:4] fulfilled in [Joh 3:13].
- Jesus is said to abandon his equal glory with that of the Father to come down as man and die for us, so he has a greater glory than that which the Jews saw him manifest, a glory greater than that of any physical man, a glory we will only see in his second coming even as revealed in prophesy [Psa 102:16] to be fulfilled in [Mt 24:30; 25:31; Luk 9:26; Joh 17:5].
- If there is only one God [Mar 12:29; Jas 2:19; Deu 6:4; Mal 2:10; Mar 12:32], then the statement which says that the Father is the first and the last [Isa 48:12] as fulfilled by Jesus in [Rev 1:8; Rev 1:17], consequently insinuates that Jesus must then be God (God the son) [Joh 10:30; 17:11; 17:22; 1 Jn 5:7].
- If it is clear that God really only became our salvation by the very death and resurrection of Jesus, then the prophesy in [Exo 15:2], which said that the Lord (Yahuah) has become our salvation and [Isa 33:22; 35:4] which says he will save us should only mean that Jesus who actually manifested the work of saving us from sin must be God himself but only in flesh, even as fulfilled in [Joh 1:14].
- Jesus is called the Lord of David by the Father while David was yet sitting on the throne as king in [Psa 110:1] fulfilled in [Mt 22:42-44]. If David only serves God and has only one Lord, then Jesus is God (God the son).
- A seed of eve is prophesied to come who will strike the head (defeat) of the devil in [Gen 3:15], this refers to the conquering of sin and death, it is obvious no man but only God can do this even as God in flesh fulfills it in [Mt 1:18-23; 1 Jn 3:8; Acts 2:24; Rev 1:18].
- For because there is only one God, and God only begets God, just like man only begets man according to the divine biblical law, Jesus being called the son of God or more specifically- the only begotten son of God, should not blind one from seeing the truth that Jesus is yet the Father (but only manifested in another form- flesh, as the son of God), this is why he is prophesied to both be the son of God and also the everlasting Father at the very same time [Isa 9:6] fulfilled in [2 Jn 1:3; 1:9; Mt 16:16; 27:43; 27:54; Joh 1:34; 1:18; Luk 1:32; Joh 1:14; 3:16; 3:18].
- Jesus to be a man anointed above all men was prophesied in [Psa 45:7] fulfilled in [Joh 3:34-35; Heb 1:9]. Jesus being anointed above all men as the messiah is a sign we are given to understand the fact that Jesus being more than a man is God (God the son).
- Because the title the anointed, meaning the messiah in Hebrew and the Christ in Greek, is referring to the only begotten son of God as deity, everywhere the son is called anointed, messiah or Christ in contrast to Lord (meaning just a king without deity attached to it), his deity is being referred to, Jesus is said to be God’s anointed in [Psa 2:2] fulfilled in [Acts 2:36], meaning that Jesus is not merely only a king (Lord) but is much more than that, he is God (God the son).
- If the mighty God and everlasting Father is obviously God the Father [Gen 49:24; Deu 7:21; 10:17; Neh 9:32; Job 36:5; Psa 50:1; Jer 32:18; Hab 1:12] and Jesus is the word [Acts 10:36; Joh 1:14; Rev 19:13], then it means that when Jesus was prophesied to be the mighty God and the everlasting Father in [Isa 9:6], we were simply witnessing the mighty God and everlasting Father become flesh as Jesus because God and the word are later on revealed to be one in [Joh 1:1], so that it was really the mighty God and everlasting Father that became Jesus in [Joh 1:14]. This is one prophesy that very clearly reveals that Jesus is God (God the son) [Joh 10:30].
- We are asked to obey the son so as not to perish but be blessed [Psa 2:12; Pro 8:22-36] as fulfilled in [Rev 1:18; Mt 11:27; 9:6], this is only because the begotten son has the powers of the Father as inheritance and therefore can take and give life or death ultimately meaning that Jesus is God (God the son).
- If Jesus can sit upon the Father's throne and on his right hand (symbolic for the Father’s power and not his literal right hand [Isa 62:8; 41:10] ruling from the same throne of God the Father and sharing the glory of the Father, then Jesus must be God as prophesied in [Psa 110:1] and fulfilled in [Rev 3:21].
- Jesus Christ (God in flesh) who will hold the scepter of David establishing his throne forever is simply called God in [Psa 45:6] fulfilled in [1 Jn 4:2; Heb 1:8], this can only mean Jesus is God but in flesh.
- All the nations shall be saved/blessed in him [Psa 72:17] fulfilled in [Joh 3:16; Rev 15:4]. If we know that it is only in God that we can all be saved and blessed, then Jesus must be God (God the son).
- If the everlasting kingdom Jesus is to have is the kingdom of heaven which is for eternity [Dan 7:14; 7:27], so that the key of the throne/house of David on whose throne the eternal kingdom is to be established will be given to him in [Isa 22:22] as fulfilled in [Rev 3:7; Mt 28:18; 2 Pe 1:11], then Jesus- the eternal king of the eternal kingdom, must be the eternal God (God the son).
- His throne will be forever [Psa 89:34-37] fulfilled in [Luk 1:32-33]. Only kings have thrones.
- He is to have an everlasting kingdom [Dan 7:13-14] fulfilled in [Luk 1:31-33]. Only kings have kingdoms.
- He is to arise from the house of Jacob [Num 24:17] fulfilled in [Luk 1:33]. Jacob’s bloodline later became the line that produced the kings of the Jews.
- He was to be a son of Jesse [Isa 11:1] fulfilled in [Luk 3:32; Mt 1:1-16], Jesse’s lineage is of Jacob's bloodline.
- He was to be the son of David and from the house of David the king (2 Sa 7:12; 1 Ch 17:13; Isa 9:7; Psa 132:11; Ezek 34:23-24; Jer 33:14-15] fulfilled in [Mt 1:1; Rev 22:16; Mt 9:27]. David was a king whose lineage was of Jacob’s bloodline.
- He is to be higher than the earthly kings [Psa 89:27] and to be an anointed king [1 Sa 2:10]. Meaning that apart from the fact that Jesus will be the messiah, he will yet be a king, so he was therefore to be a divine king [Acts 2:36].
- He will be beheld as a king [Zec 9:9] fulfilled in [Joh 12:12-13].
- A prophet was prophesied to come in [Deu 18:15] fulfilled in [Joh 6:14; 7:40; Act 3:22; Luk 24:19] for the prophet was Jesus. The Muslims like to think this prophesied-to-come prophet was Muhamad, that is a misunderstanding.
- The prophet shall speak all the commandment of God [Deu 18:18] fulfilled by Jesus in [Joh 8:28; Joh 12:49-50].
- Whosoever will not listen to that prophet will bear his own sins himself [Deu 18:19] fulfilled in [Acts 3:23; Joh 8:24] for Jesus was sent so come and relieve us of our sins.
- Jesus together with being a king was to also be a priest [Zec 6:13] after the order of Melchizedek [Psa 110:4] as fulfilled in [Heb 6:20]. Jesus is a priest because just like the priest does in the temple, he helped us offer a sin sacrifice (himself) for our salvation, he is a priest after the order of Melchizedek because just like Melchizedek's priesthood was established even before the law was given to Moses and the temple was built, Jesus' priesthood likewise does not require the establishment of any earthly temple.
- God to call him his name from the womb [Isa 49:1] fulfilled in [Luk 1:31; Mt 1:18-23].
- His name is to be Emmanuel [Isa 7:14; Isa 8:8] fulfilled in [Mt 1:18-23; Mt 28:20].
- His name was prophesied to be Joshua by the typology in [Zec 3:1-10] and [Zec 6:1-15] fulfilled in [Mt 21:9].
- Jesus prophesied to come in the name of the Lord (Yahushua) in [Psa 118:26] fulfilled in [Mt 21:9].
- A messenger will prepare the way before him [Mal 3:1; Isa 40:3] fulfilled in [Mt 11:10; Joh 1:23].
- He will be borne by a virgin [Isa 7:14] fulfilled in [Luk 1:34-35].
- He will grow up in a poor family [Isa 53:2] fulfilled in [Luk 2:7; Mt 13:55].
- He will be from Bethlehem [Mic 5:2] fulfilled in [Joh 7:2; Mt 2:1-11].
- He will delight in the will of the Father [Psa 40:6-8] fulfilled in [Joh 4:34].
- He is to be a good shepherd [Isa 40:11] fulfilled in [Joh 10:11; Mar 6:34].
- He will be without evil and deceit in speech [Isa 53:9] fulfilled in [Mar 15:3; Joh 18:38].
- He will be innocent doing no violence [Isa 53:9] fulfilled in [Luk 22:50-51].
- He is to be full of compassion [Psa 112:4] fulfilled in [Mt 15:32; 20:34; Luk 7:13; Mar 6:34; Mt 9:36].
- He was to come before the children of God completely lost her identity [Gen 49:10] fulfilled in [Mt 15:24].
- He will be called out of Egypt [Num 24:8; Hos 11:1] fulfilled in [Mt 2:14; Mt 2:19-21].
- His ministry to begin in Galilee [Isa 9:1] fulfilled in [Mt 4:12-17].
- God will pour grace into his lips [Psa 45:2] fulfilled in [Luk 4:22].
- He will preach the good news and also the day of the Lord [Isa 61:1-2] fulfilled in [Luk 4:16-22; Mt 4:17].
- He will be welcomed with rejoicing in Jerusalem [Zec 9:9] fulfilled in [Mt 21:8-10].
- He will be presented to Jerusalem riding a Donkey/Ass [Zec 9:9] fulfilled in [Mt 21:6-9]
- The Gentiles will seek him [Isa 11:10] fulfilled in [Joh 12:18-21; 4:25; Mar 7:26-30].
- Foreign nations shall come to God because of him [Isa 55:5] fulfilled in (the entire book of acts [Acts 1-28].
- He will not be believed [Isa 53:1] fulfilled in [Joh 12:37-38].
- He shall be an offence to the house of Israel [Isa 8:14] fulfilled in [1 Pe 2:8].
- He will be hated and gathered against by kings [Psa 2:1-3] fulfilled in [Acts 4:25-28].
- Israel/Judah will be scattered as a nation until he comes the second time [Gen 49:10; Psa 102:22] fulfilled in [Joh 11:51-52; Jam 1:1; 1 Pe 1:1; Acts 8:1; Mt 25:32]. The gathering spoken of here is Israel as a nation in Christ’s millennial 1000 years reign, not the Israel as a nation today full of imposters and fake Jews established in 1948.
- He’ll be the rejected corner stone who will become the chief corner stone [Psa 118:22-23; Isa 28:16] fulfilled in [Mt 21:42; Acts 4:11-12].
- His vesture will be dipped in blood [Isa 63:1-3] fulfilled in [Rev 19:13].
- He is to establish the new covenant [Jer 31:31] fulfilled in [Mt 26:28; Luk 22:20].
- Abraham’s seed decreed to be the one through which all the families and nations of the earth will be blessed [Gen 12:3; 22:18; 26:1-4] fulfilled in [Acts 3:25-26].
- It is through Isaac that the covenant will be made [Gen 21:12] fulfilled in [Rom 9:7; Heb 11:18].
- He will be betrayed by a familiar friend who did eat of his bread [Psa 41:9; 55:12-14] fulfilled in [Joh 13:18].
- He would be betrayed for 30 pieces of silver [Zec 11:12] fulfilled in [Mt 26:14-15].
- The 30 pieces of silver will be cast and thrown into the house of the Lord (the temple) [Zec 11:12-13] fulfilled in [Mt 27:3-5].
- He would be judged [Isa 53:8] fulfilled in [Joh 18:13-22].
- He will be silent before his accusers [Isa 53:7] fulfilled in [Mt 27:12-14].
- He will be despised, dishonored and rejected [Isa 53:3] fulfilled in [Mt 27:21-23; Joh 19:7].
- He will give his back to smiters and his face to shame and spitting [Isa 50:6] fulfilled in [Mt 27:26; 26:67; 27:30].
- They will part his garment and cast lots for it [Psa 22:18] fulfilled in [Mt 27:35; Joh 19:23-24].
- He will be grouped and numbered with criminals [Isa 53:12] fulfilled in [Mar 15:28; Luk 22:37; 23:25; 23:32-33].
- They will look and stare upon him [Psa 22:17] fulfilled in [Luk 23:35].
- He shall be pierced [Zec 12:10] fulfilled in [Joh 19:34-37].
- They pierced his hands and feet [Psa 22:16] fulfilled in [Mar 15:13; 15:27].
- They will give him bitter vinegar (with gall) to drink at his death [Psa 69:21] fulfilled in [Mt 27:34].
- The sun will be darkened at noon at his death [Amo 8:9] fulfilled in [Mt 27:45; Mar 15:33; Luk 23:44]. Note that the sixth hour is 12 O'clock in the afternoon.
- They will mock him for trusting in God to deliver him [Psa 22:7-8] fulfilled in [Mt 27:39; 27:43].
- He will be killed [Isa 53:8] fulfilled in [Acts 3:15; 2:36; 3:13; 4:10; 5:30]
- He will die in the middle of the week [Dan 9:27] fulfilled in (the four gospel accounts- "well interpreted"). Yahushua/Jesus died and was put in the grave on Wednesday evening after eating the Passover with his disciples on Tuesday evening, rising on Saturday morning all in year 30 AD, what the church doesn’t know is that he didn’t keep the same calendar as the Jews; neither did he eat his Passover the same day with the Jews.
- They shall feel remorse after killing him [Isa 52:15] fulfilled in [Mar 15:39; Luk 23:47-48].
- Buried in a rich man’s tomb [Isa 53:9] fulfilled in [Mt 27:57].
- He will be dead in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights [2:19; Joh 10:17; 2:19; Mt 12:40; 16:21; 17:23; 20:19; 27:63-64] fulfilled in [Acts 10:40; 1 Co 15:4].
- Israel will be scattered as a result of his killing [Zec 13:7] fulfilled in [Mt 26:31; Acts 8:1; 11:19; Jas 1:1; Joh 11:51-52].
- His body will not see physical corruption (decay) [Psa 16:10] fulfilled in [Acts 2:31].
- He will rise up from the dead [Psa 16:9-11; 17:15] fulfilled in [Joh 20:9; Luk 24:6].
- He will rise bodily from the grave [Isa 26:19] fulfilled in [Luk 24:3; Mt 28:1-13].
- He will rise from the grave the third day after his burial [Hos 6:2; Mt 16:21; 17:23; 20:19; 27:63-64] fulfilled in [Acts 10:40; 1 Co 15:4].
- He will ascend to heaven [Dan 7:13-14] fulfilled in [Acts 1:9-11].
- The messiah’s glorified heavenly state prophesied in [Dan 10:5-6; Psa 68:18; 24:3; Pro 30:4] fulfilled in [Rev 1:13-16; Luk 24:51; Joh 3:13; Acts 1:10].
- The killed messiah shall yet see prolonged days and prosper [Isa 53:10] fulfilled in [Rev 1:18].
Note that the word God (uncreated creator of all) is a title and not a personal name, just like the word Mankind (creation from dust according to the Bible) is a title and not a person's name, the titles God and Mankind are simply adjectives that qualify and describe a personality, so that the words God and Mankind are not specifically referring to the personalities themselves but specifically describing the nature of these personalities. Yahuah (the Christians incorrectly call him Yahweh) is the personal name of the Father (as revealed in the Hebrew Scriptures) and the nature of the Father is God (uncreated creator of all). This is why Yahuah is called God the Father. So when Jesus is called God the son, understand that the word God is simply a title describing the uncreated and creative nature of the person of Jesus- the son of God the Father and "does not necessarily imply that Jesus is to be worshipped like many Christians think".
Jesus is God, for the common difference between God the Father and God the son is the title-GOD which means the uncreated creator of all. This is what the Bible teaches.
1The first source of the skeptic's confusion arises from the fact that 1 God chose to manifest himself in 2 forms- God as spirit (the Father) and God as flesh (the son). So the skeptics are blinded by the forms and clearly can’t see that behind these 2 forms lies 1 source and essence.
2The second source of the skeptic's confusion arises from the fact that they think the deity of Jesus implies he is to be worshipped, for deity they do not know, is powerful enough to take up many forms but yet wise enough to be worshipped in just one form . Regardless of what Muslims and some Christians think, the Bible actually teaches that Jesus is the Father himself, but then again, only in a human form. Very strange, but true still.
The name of God the son is not really and precisely Jesus as the Christians teach, the Bible says something different.
.The name Jesus is an English corrupt translation of the Latin name Iesus.
.Which itself is yet a corrupt translation of the Greek name Iesous.
.Which itself is yet a corrupt translation of the Hebrew name Joshua.
.Which itself is the shortened form of the real Hebrew name of the messiah Yahushua which means God (Yahu) our salvation (shua).
Jesus coming in the name of the LORD by sharing God’s name (having in his name the name of the Father-Yahuah or
Yah for short) is the meaning of the fulfilled prophesy above.
The word Jesus is only but a sound that has no meaning whatsoever in any language (be it Hebrew or English), no soul called the messiah Jesus in his life-time, (the messiah was Hebrew and not an English man), rather, they called him Yahushua or rabbi, the word Jesus (which has no meaning because it was gotten by transliteration instead of translation- for those are two different things) scattered throughout the entire New Testament by the Bible translators is not an ignorant move but a satanic one to hide the real name of the messiah, the name that saves because of what it means [Acts 2:21; 4:12],
.And also shares the title God with the Father [Isa 9:6]
.The son also shares a personal name with that of the Father (Yahuah/Yahushua).
The Christians and Muslims alike don’t know the real name of Jesus because they trust so much in translations and do not read the Bible in Hebrew- the language in which the majority of the biblical scriptures were written and by which the name of the messiah was revealed.
.Yahushua/Jesus kept the unique Qumran solar calendar and the Jews kept the incorrect luni-solar calendar which they still use till date. In the unique Qumran calendar, a day began at morning and ended at night with Passover always falling on a Tuesday "of every perfect year" and on no other day, but this day varied with the luni-solar calendar coupled with the fact that the Jewish day begins at night and ends in the morning.
.30 AD was a year Passover by the Qumran calendar occurred 2 days before Passover by the luni-solar calendar, by the time the Jews finished murdering Yahushua/Jesus, after which they then prepared their own Passover [Joh 19:14; 19:31; 19:42; Mar 15:42; Luk 23:54], Yahushua/Jesus had already eaten his Passover 48 hours before he was killed [Mar 14:12; Luk 22:7-8]. The gospels make it clear that Yahushua/Jesus obviously did not eat his Passover on the same day with the Jews.
.Talking about Yahushua/Jesus dying on a Wednesday and not on a Friday, take note that though it is recorded that the next day after Yahushua/Jesus died was a Sabbath day [Luk 23:54; Mar 15:42], nevertheless, that Sabbath day was not the regular weekly Saturday Sabbath day but was a high day [Joh 19:31]. What is a high day you ask? A high day is a Jewish feast holy convocation day when no work was to be done also as is the case with the weekly Sabbath day, a high day/holy convocation day can fall on any day of the week [Lev 23:1-44], meaning that Yahushua/Jesus couldn’t have died on a Friday but before Friday, specifically speaking, he died on a Wednesday and was buried on Wednesday evening.
.The only sign Yahushua/Jesus gave to prove this was the sign of Jonah being in the belly of the fish for 3 days and 3 nights [Mt 12:40], (after 3 days and 3 nights is as 3 days ago [1 Sa 30:11-13]. Wednesday evening to Saturday morning is 3 days and 3 nights, 3 days ago counting from Saturday will be Wednesday but 3 days ago counting from Sunday will be Thursday. The popular good-Friday and Easter-sunday Christian doctrine is a satanic doctrine introduced by the Roman Catholic Church, for Friday to Sunday is obviously not 3 days and 3 nights. If the Christians wanted to be sincere, they would reckon 3 days and 3 nights properly and either hold a good-friday and Easter-monday doctrine or a good-thursday and Easter-sunday doctrine.
.Again, Daniel in [Dan 9:27] revealed that the messiah would be killed in the midst of the week. TheTrueacademy now asks- what day is the middle of the week- Friday or Wednesday?
These prophesies are not only speaking to the Muslims but also to the Jews who reject the New Testament as well as Yahushua/Jesus as messiah.
Prophesies about Yahushua/Jesus in the Quran
Actually, the Quran gives no prophesy about the man called Yahushua/Jesus nor does it contain any prophesy about his life and spiritual mission.
These revealed results of the intelligence test of the Bible and the Quran- even alone, are enough for the wise to begin to comprehend the big secret the matrix may just have been hiding from us for years. It actually gets deeper.
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