Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Why No Mention of Mohammad?

Fifteen years ago, America woke up to the fact that the nation was under attack by jihadists. In times past, the attacks by Muslim warriors were minimized by most media outlets.

Sadly, people today still are ignorant about the twisted designs of Islam for world domination. It's no mere religion among others but an antithetical belief system designed to subjugate humanity.

One thing which occurred to me recently is that Christ's parable of the vineyard has no mention in it of Mohammad coming along to give a further revelation. This is what Jesus' parable said.

    Matthew 21:33-41 (BBE) Give ear to another story. A master of a house made a vine     garden, and put a wall round it, and made a place for crushing out the wine, and made a     tower, and let it out to field-workers, and went into another country.
    34  And when the time for the fruit came near, he sent his servants to the workmen, to get     the fruit.
    35  And the workmen made an attack on his servants, giving blows to one, putting     another to death, and stoning another.
    36  Again, he sent other servants more in number than the first: and they did the same to     them.
    37  But after that he sent his son to them, saying, They will have respect for my son.
    38  But when the workmen saw the son, they said among themselves, This is he who will     one day be the owner of the property; come, let us put him to death and take his heritage.
    39  And they took him and, driving him out of the vine-garden, put him to death.
    40  When, then, the lord of the vine-garden comes, what will he do to those workmen?
    41  They say to him, He will put those cruel men to a cruel death, and will let out the vine-    garden to other workmen, who will give him the fruit when it is ready.

This parable nowhere declares that another prophet will come after God sends his son to give further testimony and seek the fruit of the vineyard. The only one promised by Christ to be sent to his followers was the Holy Spirit. He came fifty days after Christ rose from the dead.

In my next book called You Think You're Going to Heaven?, I plan on showing how Christ, not Mohammad, Moses, angels, or the Old Testament law, is superior to Christ. The entire book of Hebrews explains this superiority of God's son. I expect to be quoting from it extensively.

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