010b. Psalm 22 My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?


                                                                           Updated. 
                                                               April 2018 (1439 AH).



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Why did David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did King Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Prophet Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadhrat Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hadrat Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajarat Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hajrat Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazarat Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Hazrat Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naabi Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabe Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabbi Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabee Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabi Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Nabiy Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby David say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Daaud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Daauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Daawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Daawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Daud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Dauud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Dawood say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Dawid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Dawiid say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Dawud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?
Why did Naby Dawuud say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?


Why did Jesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Isa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Prophet Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Prophet Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Prophet Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hadhrat Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hadhrat Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadhrat Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hadrat Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hadrat Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hadrat Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hajarat Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hajarat Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajarat Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hajrat Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hajrat Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hajrat Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hazarat Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hazarat Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazarat Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hazrat Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Hazrat Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Hazrat Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Anabi Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Anabi Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Anabi Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Annabi Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Annabi Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Annabi Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Naabi Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Naabi Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naabi Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabe Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabe Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabe Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabbi Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabbi Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabbi Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabee Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabee Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabee Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabi Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabi Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabi Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabiy Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Nabiy Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Nabiy Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Eesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Esa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Essa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Isaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Isah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Isaah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Naby Issa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Issaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Issah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Iesa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Iesaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Iesah say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Iessa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Iesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Yasu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Yasuu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me? 

Why did Naby Yeshu say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Yeshua say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Yeshuaa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Naby Yesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?


What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Gospel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Engil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Engeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Enjeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Enjil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Indjeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Indjiel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Ingeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Ingil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Ingiil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Injeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Injil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Injiil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Injill?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Engil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Engeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Enjeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Enjil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Ingeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Ingil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-injiil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Injeel?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Injil?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Al-Injill?

What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Psalms?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zaaboor?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zaabor?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zaabur?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in Az-Zabur?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zaboor?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zabur?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zaburi?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Zabuur?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Jewish Hebrew Bible?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Christian Bible?
What does my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me mean in the Bible?



The Psalms.

 

The Psalms is Holy poetry which were sung with musical instruments in the days of the land of ancient Israel.

The Psalms in song with musical instruments is in the Book of Praise of David Dawud the second king of Israel in the Jewish Hebrew Bible with the Torah Taurat and the other writings of the prophets.

The Psalms were chanted in song with musical instruments by both the Levites and the assembly of the Hebrew people the Children of Israel the Jews the people of the Jewish religion the people of the religion of Judaism in their worship of Allaah in ancient Israel.

The Levites were the descendants of Leah, the third son of Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel.

The Hebrew tribe of Levi was one of the twelve children of Israel.

Prophet Moses Musa and Prophet Aaron Harun were Levites.

Prophet Aaron Haron became the first priest and the spiritual ancestor of Jewish priests.

Priests came from the Levi tribe.

The descendants of Prophet Moses Musa remained Levites, preparing animals for sacrifice and in charge of music.

 

 

 

Is Jesus in Psalms 22?

Is Isa in Psalms 22?

 Is Prophet Jesus in Psalms 22?

 Is Prophet Isa in Psalms 22?

 

Quran 3:54 Ayah 3:54 And they (those who disbelieved Prophet Jesus Isa) plotted (to kill Jesus Isa) but Allaah also had his plan (in Quran 4:157, 4:158 and 39:42). And Allaah is the best of the planners (as explained in Quran 3:55).

Comment 1. The plan of Allaah is the same plan in the Gospel Injil and in the Quran. 

See Quran 3:55.


Quran 3:55 Ayah 3:55 (Jesus Isa said on the cross “my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me” as proof that Jesus Isa is human and that Jesus Isa is not Allaah in the Injil of Isa by Mark and Matthew the Gospel of Mark 15:34 and the Gospel of Matthew 27:46. This was proof that Jesus Isa had faith in Allaah because Jesus Isa called out for help from Allaah and it was then that Jesus Isa passed the test of faith like Abraham Ibrahim and his son had passed the test of faith in a time before him. The plan of Allaah was then explained to Jesus Isa to show that Allaah does not forsake humans who call Allaah for help) when Allaah said "O Jesus Isa I (Allaahwill take you (your soul in Quran 39:42 so that your body will sleep on the cross) and raise you (your soul) to Myself (Allaah in Quran 4:158 and Quran 39:42 making everyone believe you are dead on the cross in Quran 4:157 because your body will stop moving on the cross) and purify you (meaning separate your soul for three days) from those who disbelieve (you are a messenger of Allaah), and I (Allaahwill make those who follow you (by obeying the Gospel Injil that you taught them 2000 years ago) superior (in the hereafter) to those who disbelieve (you are a messenger of Allaah) on the Day of Resurrection (in the hereafter on a new earth, a new ground, a new land when all humans will see that the message you delivered in the Gospel Injil is the truth). (After 3 days Allaah returned the soul of Jesus Isa to wake up his sleeping body as proof that no one killed him on the cross and no one crucified him to death on the cross in the Gospel of John 20:17, Quran 5:72, Quran 5:117 and Quran 19:36 when Jesus Isa woke up in the place of the dead where his body was placed after the crucifixion which is the time when Jesus Isa delivered the message that “Allaah is my Allaah and your Allaah” meaning “Allaah is my Father and your Father” meaning Allaah is my Creator and your Creator meaning Allaah is my Master and your Master meaning Allaah is my Lord and your Lord so that no one can confuse a miracle of Allaah with a human messenger of Allaah. No one teaches people that they are not Allaah unless something amazing has happened which might result in confusion. Jesus Isa woke up three days after the crucifixion and continued living with his people in Judea and Galilee today in Palestine and Israel. This was something amazing and this is the reason Jesus Isa was teaching the people that Jesus Isa is not Allaah. Jesus Isa taught his people that Jesus Isa is not Allaah until his natural death in Quran 5:75 where Mary Maryam and Jesus Isa “use to eat food” meaning they both died 2000 years ago and Quran 3:144 where the “the messengers before Prophet Muhammad have died” meaning Jesus Isa is dead because Jesus Isa is the messenger before Prophet Muhammad). Then (on that Day of Resurrection and Judgement) to Me (Allaahis your return (when In Quran 7:6 Allaah shall question the messengers of Allaah and in Quran 5:117 Prophet Jesus Isa will testify to Allaah on the Day of Judgement that Prophet Jesus Isa died only one time when he lived with the children of Israel 2000 years ago in Judea today in Israel and Palestine where he was raised only one time by the angel of death as confirmation of the truthfulness of both the Quran and the Gospel Injil) and I (Allaahwill judge between you (humans and explain to humans) about what (religious matters) you were differing (among each other when some of you claimed Jesus Isa was not sent by Allaah and others of you claimed Jesus Isa was Allaah instead of believing Jesus Isa who said Jesus Isa is a human messenger of Allaah in all the Injil of Isa the Gospel of Jesus by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John which are with humans today and proved it by his righteous deeds and righteous teachings as all the messengers of Allaah had also done before him).


What is the difference between Prophet David Dawud writing in Psalm 22 My Allaah, My Allaah, why have You forsaken (forgotten) me in a story about human emotions and a man on the cross saying, “My Allaah, My Allaah, why have You forsaken (forgotten) me?”

The Psalms describe nearly every human emotion and the feeling of being forsaken is one human emotion.

In the Gospel Injil Jesus Isa on the cross said “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me” so that on the day of Judgement no one shall be able to say that Jesus Isa misled anyone to the belief that he is Allaah.

In the Gospel Injil Jesus Isa said “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me” as proof that he is human and that he is not Allaah.

The purpose of saying “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me” is to show that Jesus Isa was human and that Jesus Isa is not Allaah.

Who will understand the meaning of “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me” and follow the example of Jesus Isa who prayed only to Allaah?

Who cannot understand the meaning of “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me” and will ignore the example of Jesus Isa who prayed only to Allaah by mistakenly making Jesus Isa to be Allaah and by mistakenly praying to Jesus Isa who is a created human instead of correctly praying only to Allaah who is the creator of every creation? 

In the Old Testament Allaah sent many prophets with the one message to pray only to the one Allaah who created the creation in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10.

Would Allaah send a new prophet with a new message to tell humans to pray to a human called Jesus Isa instead of praying to Allaah who created Jesus Isa and who created every other human?

Would Allaah send a new prophet with a new message to tell humans to pray to Allaah’s messenger who is a human called Jesus Isa instead of praying to Allaah who created Jesus Isa and who created every other human?

Only a creation says “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me.”

Only a human says “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me.”

Allaah would not say “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me.”

Those who pray to a human have been misled to idol worship because praying to anything that is created is absolutely forbidden by Allaah in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10.

Those who pray to Jesus Isa have been misled to idol worship because praying to anything that is created is absolutely forbidden by Allaah in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10.

Those who pray to the Virgin Mary have been misled to idol worship because praying to anything that is created is absolutely forbidden by Allaah in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10.

Those who pray to saints have been misled to idol worship because praying to anything that is created is absolutely forbidden by Allaah in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10.

Those who pray to dead people have been misled to idol worship because praying to anything that is created is absolutely forbidden by Allaah in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10.

 

See Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10 in Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue.

The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

See in 8. Who is Allaah in the New Bible and in the Old Bible

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Did Jesus on the cross feel forsaken?

Did Isa on the cross feel forsaken?

Some say no, they say Jesus Isa was showing a prophesy in Psalm 22 about himself Jesus Isa.


There is no prophesy in Psalm 22 about Jesus.

There is no prophesy in Psalm 22 about Isa.

Looking at several different Psalm 22 translations I found that one of them translated Psalm 22:17 to say “Sharp points are in my hands and feet.” That translation is trying too hard to make Jesus Isa “appear” to be in the story of David Dawud in Psalm 22. 




Psalm Chapter 22

King David Dawud tells the story of how Allaah saved his life from the sword.


Psalm 22:1 The leader (of the congregation uses musical instruments to play the music that is called) Aijeleth ha-Shahar (The hind of the morning, The deer of the morning). A psalm (Holy poetry in song with musical instruments) composed by Prophet David (Dawud the second king of Israel).


King David Dawud tells Allaah about his suffering.

Psalm 22:2 My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? (by leaving me so that I am alone), Why is help for me far away when I call in distress (for Allaah’s help)?

Psalm 22:3 O my Allaah, I call in the day but You (Allaah) do not answer; and (I call) in the night but there is no end (of distress) for me.

Psalm 22:4 Yet You (Allaah) are the Holy One, The praise of Israel (to You Allaah) is like a throne for You (Allaah).

Psalm 22:5 In You (Allaah) our fathers trusted; they trusted (in Allaah), and You (Allaah) delivered them (to freedom).

Psalm 22:6 To You (Allaah) they called (for help) and escaped (from Egypt); in You (Allaah) they trusted and were not disappointed.


King David Dawud tells Allaah how men hate him.

Psalm 22:7 But I am (treated by men as) a worm and not a man; (I am treated as) someone to be criticized by men and hated by the people.

Psalm 22:8 Everyone that sees me laughs to mock me; they shout (bad words at me), they shake their head (at me, saying):

Psalm 22:9 “You put your faith in the Lord (Allaah), let Him (Allaah) rescue you; let Him (Allaah) deliver you, if He (Allaah) loves you.”

Psalm 22:10 For You (Allaah) are the one that took me out of the womb; You (Allaah) made me trust (Allaah) when I was at my mother's breasts.

Psalm 22:11 On You (Allaah) I have relied since my birth; You (Allaah) are my Allaah (since I was born) from my mother's womb.

Psalm 22:12 Do not be far away from me (my Allaah); for trouble is near and there is no one to help (me).


King David Dawud tells Allaah he is surrounded by trouble.

Psalm 22:13 Many bulls (enemies) have surrounded me; strong bulls (strong enemies) of Bashan (Bashan is a district east of the Jordan River from Gilead to Hermon) have surrounded me.

Psalm 22:14 They open wide their mouth against me (to threaten me), like hungry roaring lions.

Psalm 22:15 I am poured out like water (I am emptied of strength), and all my bones are out of joint (from my struggle to overcome my enemy); my heart has become (as soft) as wax and is melting away (my ability to resist my enemy is disappearing).

Psalm 22:16 My throat is as dry as potsherd (a fragment of a broken clay vessel); and my tongue sticks to my (dry) mouth; and You (Allaah) lay me in the dust of death.

Psalm 22:17 For dogs (my enemies from Bashan) have surrounded me; a company of evil-doers have enclosed me; like a lion, they are at my hands (territory of Israel and/or Joab, the commander of the first Israel force) and my feet (land of Israel and/or Abishai, the commander of the second Israel force).

Psalm 22:18 I may count all my bones (meaning, I am by myself and I see that I have little left); they look and gloat over me (meaning, my enemies rejoice that they are near to success against me).

Psalm 22:19 They divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds).


King David Dawud asks Allaah to save his life from the sword.

Psalm 22:20 But O Lord (Allaah), do not stay far away; O You (Allaah) (are) my strength, come quickly to help me.

Psalm 22:21 Save me from the sword (meaning, save my life); My only One (Allaah, save me) from the power of the dog (my enemy).


Allaah answers King David Dawud.

Psalm 22:22 Save me from the lion's mouth (my enemy); Yes, from the horns of the wild-oxen (my enemy) You (Allaah) have answered me.


King David Dawud gives thanks and praise to Allaah.

Psalm 22:23 I shall declare Your (Allaah’s) name to my brethren; among the congregation I shall praise You (Allaah).

Psalm 22:24 “You who fear the Lord (Allaah), praise Him (Allaah); all you who are the descendants of Jacob (Prophet Jacob Yaqub Israel), exalt Him (Allaah); all you who are the descendants of Israel (warrior of Allaah, soldier of Allaah) stand in awe of Him (Allaah).”

Psalm 22:25 For He (Allaah) has not hated nor disliked the humbleness of the poor; neither has He (Allaah) hid His (Allaah’s) face from him (the poor); but when he (the poor) called to Him (Allaah), He (Allaah) heard (the call for help).


The congregation gives thanks and praise to Allaah.

Psalm 22:26 I shall praise You (Allaah) in the great congregation; I shall give my promises (in the great congregation) in front of them (the children of Israel) who fear Him (Allaah).

Psalm 22:27 Let the humble eat and be satisfied; let them that seek after Him (Allaah) praise the Lord (Allaah); may you live forever (happy in this life and forever in the Hereafter).

Psalm 22:28 All the people of the earth shall remember and turn to the Lord (Allaah); and all the families of the nations shall worship in front of You (Allaah).

Psalm 22:29 For the kingdom belongs to the Lord (Allaah); and He (Allaah) is the ruler over the nations.

Psalm 22:30 All the fat ones (meaning, those who are alive) on the earth shall eat and worship (Allaah); all they that go down to the dust (meaning, those who have died) shall bow down in front of Him (Allaah in the Hereafter), even he who cannot keep his soul alive (meaning, even the person who has lost his soul because of the evil he did in life shall in the Hereafter bow down in front of Allaah).


King David Dawud and future generations shall serve Allaah.

Psalm 22:31 I shall serve Him (Allaah); so that the next generation shall know the Lord (Allaah).

Psalm 22:32 The next generation shall be told of the Lord (Allaah) so that they may tell future generations of Allaah’s deliverance (in the world and in the Hereafter).





In the Gospel Jesus said “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?”

In the Injil Isa said “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?”


Gospel of Mark 15:34 And at the ninth hour, Jesus Isa shouted in a loud voice, "Eloi Eloi lema sabachthani?" (meaning, "My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?").

Gospel of Matthew 27:46 Around the ninth hour, Jesus Isa shouted in a loud voice, saying "Eli Eli lama sabachthani?" (meaning, "My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?").


“My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?” in Hebrew and Aramaic is:

אלי אלי למה עזבתני (ēlî ēlî lamâ azavtanî); or 

אלי אלי למא שבקתני (ēlî ēlî lamâ šabaqtanî); or 

אלהי אלהי למא שבקתני (ēlâhî ēlâhî lamâ šabaqtanî). 


The song in Psalms 22 in the Jewish Hebrew bible shows that this saying was used by the Jews to address Allaah. It is not used to address man.

This shows that the man on the cross was praying to Allaah and he was not Allaah.

Psalm 22:2 My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? (by leaving me so that I am alone), Why is help for me far away when I call in distress (for Allaah’s help)?




Psalm Chapter 22 explained.


King David Dawud 1662–1592 BH 1040–970 BCE 1040–970 BC,

King David Dawud the King of Judah 1632–1625 BH 1010–1003 BCE 1010–1003 BC,

King David Dawud the King of the United Kingdom of Israel. Israel and Judah was known as the United Kingdom of Israel 1625–1592 BH 1003–970 BCE 1003–970 BC.


The Muslim, Jewish and Christian view of King David Dawud.


Some say that in Islam there is a focus on the infallibility of the prophets of Allaah except for minor sins. 

Some say that the idea of infallibility led some Muslims to believe that the leaders who led after Prophet Muhammad were also infallible humans.


Some say that in Judaism the prophets of Allaah often have serious fallibility that Allaah forgives to some extent but also makes punishment to some extent to show that Allaah’s prophets are human and must not be worshipped as idols or as saints.


Some say that the ideas of infallibility led the Christians to believe that Jesus Isa was Allaah and led to the building of images of idols of Jesus Isa on a cross and idols of saints which are creations to whom people mistakenly pray instead of correctly praying to Allaah the creator.


The only thing that is infallible is Allaah. 


The belief that any human is infallible leads to idol worship so that humans listen more to what “infallible” humans say instead of listening to what the infallible Allaah has said in Allaah’s Holy Books the Quran, Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil.


See Allaah protects the Torah, Gospel and Quran. 

Allaah protects the Taurat, Injil and Quran. 

No one has the power to change the word of Allaah. 

If humans could change the word of Allaah in the Torah Taurat or the Gospel Injil or the Quran then no revelation could be trusted. 

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Understanding Psalm 22:2.

To understand what Psalm 22:2 means we need to look at the book from where it came which is the Jewish Hebrew Bible and understand what was happening before King David Dawud the second king of Israel said, “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?” in Psalm 22:2
Psalm 22:2 My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? (by leaving me so that I am alone), Why is help for me far away when I call in distress (for Allaah’s help)?



King David Dawud fights the Bulls, Dogs and Oxen in the battle of Bashan.

1. BeforeMy Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?”
What was happening before King David Dawud the second king of Israel said, “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?” in Psalm 22:2 in the Jewish Hebrew Bible?

Bashan.
Psalm 22 mentions Bashan.
Bashan starts on the east side of the Jordan River today in Jordan.
Bashan is located as far east as Salcah (Salkhad) in southern Syria.
Bashan is located as far north as Mount Hermon Jabal Ash Shaykh Mountain of the chief in Israel since the 1967 Israel Syrian war and Jebel-eth-Thelj Snowy Mountain on the Syria Lebanon border. It is also called Hermon, Sion, Senir, and Shenir.
Bashan is located as far south as Gilead Mount Gilead land of Gilead which is the fertile, mountainous region, North East of the Dead Sea.

Second Samuel Chapter 10 (2 Samuel 10) in the Jewish Hebrew Bible the Old Testament Bible.

2 Samuel 10:6 And when the children of Ammon saw that they had become disliked by David Dawud, the children of Ammon sent for and hired the Arameans of Beth-rehob (in northern Palestine), and twenty thousand footmen from Arameans of Zobah (Aramean country), and a thousand men from the king of Maacah (meaning “oppression”, a small kingdom near Mount Hermon), and twelve thousand men from Tob (meaning, “good”, a district east of the Jordan River).
Comment 1. The dogs are the hired Arameans of Beth-rehob (in northern Palestine), and twenty thousand footmen from Arameans of Zobah (Aramean country), and a thousand men from the king of Maacah (meaning “oppression”, a small kingdom near Mount Hermon), and twelve thousand men from Tob (meaning, “Good”, a district east of the Jordan River).
Comment 2. The Bulls are the children of Ammon in the city of Rabbah, capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River.
Comment 3. The people of the Bashan district east of the Jordan River threaten King David Dawud.

Psalm 22:13 Many bulls (enemies) have surrounded me; strong bulls (strong enemies) of Bashan (Bashan is a district east of the Jordan River from Gilead to Hermon) have surrounded me.
Psalm 22:14 They open wide their mouth against me (to threaten me), like hungry roaring lions.

2 Samuel 10:7 And when David Dawud heard of it, he sent Joab (meaning, “the Lord Allaah is father” the Captain of the Army of King David Dawud, the Captain of the Army of the Kingdom of Israel), and all the army of the mighty men (of the Kingdom of Israel).
2 Samuel 10:8 And the children of Ammon came out (of the city of Rabbah, capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River) and arrayed a battle formation at the entrance of the gate (of the city, Rabbah); and the Arameans of Zobah, and of Rehob, and the men of Tob and Maacah were by themselves in the field (near the city).
2 Samuel 10:9 Now when Joab saw that the battle was set (arrayed) against him in front (of him) and behind (him), he chose all the best men of Israel and put them in (battle) array (formation) against the Arameans.
2 Samuel 10:10 And the rest of the people he (Joab) committed into the hand of Abishai his brother (the commander of the second Israel force) and he put them in (a battle) array against the children of Ammon.


2. The struggle of the Army of King David Dawud for life (victory) and death (defeat) in the battle of Bashan in Psalm 22:2 in the Jewish Hebrew Bible.

2 Samuel 10:11 And he (Joab) said, “If the Arameans are too strong for me then you shall help me, but if the children of Ammon are too strong for you then I shall come and help you.
Comment 1. King David Dawud has sent his entire Army including his best men to the battle in Bashan. King David Dawud has no more men left to send to the battle.

Psalm 22:15 I am poured out like water (I am emptied of strength), and all my bones are out of joint (from my struggle to overcome my enemy); my heart has become (as soft) as wax and is melting away (my ability to resist my enemy is disappearing).
Psalm 22:16 My throat is as dry as potsherd (a fragment of a broken clay vessel); and my tongue sticks to my (dry) mouth; and You (Allaah) lay me in the dust of death.
Psalm 22:17 For dogs (my enemies from Bashan) have surrounded me; a company of evil-doers have enclosed me; like a lion, they are at my hands (territory of Israel and/or Joab, the commander of the first Israel force) and my feet (land of Israel and/or Abishai, the commander of the second Israel force).
Psalm 22:18 I may count all my bones (meaning, I am by myself and I see that I have little left); they look and gloat over me (meaning, my enemies rejoice that they are near to success against me).
Psalm 22:19 They divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, “the city of David” (Jerusalem)) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds).
Comment 1. King David Dawud is in “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds which is not defended because all his Army is in battle east of the Jordan River. If the Army is destroyed then there is no one left to defend “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds or the Kingdom of Israel.
Comment 2. Second Samuel Chapter 10 describes many countries with thousands of soldiers in battle against the Kingdom of Israel so that they (the enemies of David Dawud plot and plan to) “divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds).”

2 Samuel 10:12 Be courageous and let us be strong for our people and for the cities of our Allaah; and the Lord (Allaah) shall do what seems good to Him (Allaah).”
Comment 1. King David Dawud is in “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds praying to Allaah to be saved from the sword meaning, King David Dawud is in the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds praying to Allaah for his Army to be victorious and not to be defeated.

Psalm 22:20 But O Lord (Allaah), do not stay far away; O You (Allaah) (are) my strength, come quickly to help me.
Psalm 22:21 Save me from the sword (meaning, save my life); My only One ((Allaah), save me) from the power of the dog (my enemy).

2 Samuel 10:13 So Joab and the people that were with him moved to battle against the Arameans and they (the Arameans) fled in front of him.
2 Samuel 10:14 And when the children of Ammon saw that the Arameans had fled they also fled in front of Abishai (the commander of the second Israel force), and (the children of Ammon) entered into the city gate (of Rabbah, Capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River). Then Joab returned from the children of Ammon and came to Jerusalem.
2 Samuel 10:15 And when the Arameans saw that the worse from Israel had gone they gathered themselves together.
2 Samuel 10:16 And (King) Hadadezer (Hadarezer, Hadad means “helper”, King of Zobah an Aramean country) sent for and brought out the Arameans (of Damascus) that were beyond the River (Jordan); and they came to Helam (“fortress” between the Jordan River and the Euphrates River), with Shobach (Shophach, the chief commander) the captain of the army of (King) Hadadezer at their head.
2 Samuel 10:17 And it was told to David Dawud; and he gathered all Israel together and passed over the Jordan (River), and came to Helam (“fortress” between the Jordan River and the Euphrates River). And the Arameans set themselves in (a battle) array (formation) against David Dawud and fought with him.
Comment 1. The wild-oxen is King Hadadezer (Hadarezer, Hadad means “helper”, King of Zobah an Aramean country) who sent for and brought out the Arameans (of Damascus).

Psalm 22:22 Save me from the lion's mouth (my enemy); Yes, from the horns of the wild-oxen (my enemy) You (Allaah) have answered me.

2 Samuel 10:18 And the Arameans fled in front of Israel; and David Dawud killed of the Arameans seven hundred drivers of chariots and forty thousand horsemen, and killed Shobach the captain of their army, so that he died there.
2 Samuel 10:19 And when all the kings that were servants to Hadadezer saw that they were unable to defeat Israel, they made peace with Israel and served them and so the Arameans feared to help the children of Ammon any more.
Comment 1. King David Dawud defeats his enemy and praises Allaah.

Psalm 22:23 I shall declare Your (Allaah’s) name to my brethren; among the congregation I shall praise You (Allaah).
Psalm 22:24 “You who fear the Lord (Allaah), praise Him (Allaah); all you who are the descendants of Jacob (Prophet Jacob Israel), exalt Him (Allaah); all you who are the descendants of Israel (warrior of Allaah, soldier of Allaah) stand in awe of Him (Allaah).”


The sin of ewe.
The sin of the ewe.
Allaah reveals the sins of King David Dawud and Allaah’s punishment and Allaah’s forgiveness.

3. The meaning of My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?”
What is the meaning of King David Dawud the second king of Israel) saying, “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?” in Psalm 22:2 in the Jewish Hebrew Bible?

Second Samuel Chapter 12 (2 Samuel 12) in the Jewish Hebrew Bible the Old Testament Bible.

2 Samuel 12:1 And the Lord (Allaah) sent (Prophet) Nathan to (King) David Dawud. And he (Prophet Nathan) came to him (King David Dawud) and said to him, “There were two men in one city, one rich and the other poor.”
Comment 1. King David Dawud the rich man and the humble poor.

Psalm 22:25 For He (Allaah) has not hated nor disliked the humbleness of the poor; neither has He (Allaah) hid His (Allaah’s) face from him (the poor); but when he (the poor) called to Him (Allaah), He (Allaah) heard (the call for help).

2 Samuel 12:2 “The rich man had many flocks and herds;”
2 Samuel 12:3 “but the poor man had nothing except one little ewe (female) lamb which he had bought and reared; and it grew up together with him and with his children and it ate from his own food and drank from his own cup and lay in his embrace and was like a daughter to him.”
2 Samuel 12:4 “And a traveller came to the rich man, and he (the rich man) did not take (an animal) from his own flock and of his own herd, to prepare (food) for the travelling man that had come to him, but (the rich man) took the poor man's lamb, and prepared it (as food) for the (travelling) man that had come to him.”
2 Samuel 12:5 And David's Dawud’s anger was great against the (rich) man; and he (King David Dawud’s) said to (Prophet) Nathan, “As the Lord (Allaah) lives (I swear), the man that has done this deserves to die;”
2 Samuel 12:6 “and he (the rich man) shall restore the lamb fourfold, because he did this thing, and because he had no pity.”
2 Samuel 12:7 And (Prophet) Nathan said to (King) David Dawud, “You are the man. The Lord, the Allaah of Israel said, I anointed you king over Israel, and I delivered you out of the hand of King Saul (Taloot Talut).”
2 Samuel 12:8 “And I (Allaah) gave you your master's house, and your master's wives to your embrace, and gave you the house of Israel and of Judah; and if that were too little then I (Allaah) would have given to you much more.”
2 Samuel 12:9Why have you hated the word of the Lord (Allaah) by doing what is evil in My (Allaah’s) sight? Uriah the Hittite you have killed with the sword and his (Uriah the Hittite’s) wife you have taken to be your wife and you killed him (Uriah the Hittite, by ordering that he fight in the front line so that the enemy would kill him) with the sword of the children of Ammon.”
2 Samuel 12:10 “Now therefore, the sword shall never depart from your (David’s Dawud’s) house because you (David Dawud) have despised Me (Allaah), and (you David Dawud) have taken the wife of Uriah the Hittite to be your wife.”
2 Samuel 12:11 So the Lord (Allaah) said, “I shall raise up evil against you (King David Dawud) out of your own house, and I shall take your wives (away) in front of your eyes and give them to your neighbor, and he shall lie with your wives in the sight of this sun (meaning, in public view)”.
2 Samuel 12:12 “You did it (sin against Allaah by doing evil) secretly; but I (Allaah) shall do this thing in front of all Israel, and before the sun (meaning, in public for everyone to see).”
Comment 1. In 2 Samuel 12:112:12 Allaah explains through Prophet Nathan why King David Dawud had felt forsaken.

Psalm 22:2 My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? (by leaving me so that I am alone), Why is help for me far away when I call in distress (for Allaah’s help)?
Comment 2. Allaah explains through Prophet Nathan the sins committed by King David Dawud. King David Dawud has been exposed in public by Allaah as a secret adulterer and a secret murderer. King David Dawud describes in Psalm 22:7–22:9 how King David Dawud now feels when his sins have been revealed.

Psalm 22:7 But I am (treated by men as) a worm and not a man; (I am treated as) someone to be criticized by men and hated by the people.
Psalm 22:8 Everyone that sees me laughs to mock me; they shout (bad words at me), they shake their head (at me, saying):
Psalm 22:9 “You put your faith in the Lord (Allaah), let Him (Allaah) rescue you; let Him (Allaah) deliver you, if He (Allaah) loves you.”
Comment 3. During the personal grief caused by his sins against Allaah, King David Dawud is in “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds waiting for news of the outcome of the battle of Bashan.  

Psalm 22:10 For You (Allaah) are the one that took me out of the womb; You (Allaah) made me trust (You (Allaah)) when I was at my mother's breasts.
Psalm 22:11 On You (Allaah) I have relied since my birth; You (Allaah) are my Allaah (since I was born) from my mother's womb.
Psalm 22:12 Do not be far away from me (O Allaah); for trouble is near and there is no one to help (me).



Allaah said, through Prophet Nathan that Allaah shall not sentence King David Dawud to death for adultery.

2 Samuel 12:13 And (King) David Dawud said to (Prophet) Nathan, “I have sinned against the Lord (Allaah).” And (Prophet) Nathan said to David Dawud, “The Lord (Allaah) also has put away your sin; you shall not die.”
2 Samuel 12:14 “However, because by this deed you have greatly blasphemed (by disregarding the laws of Allaah, like) the enemies of the Lord ((Allaah), so your punishment is) also that the child that was born to you (from your sin of adultery and murder) shall surely die.”
2 Samuel 12:15 And Nathan departed to his house. And the Lord (Allaah) struck the child that Uriah's wife bore to David Dawud (when David Dawud had committed adultery), and it (the child) was very sick.
2 Samuel 12:16 King David Dawud therefore pleaded to Allaah for the child; and David Dawud fasted, and (in the day) he often went in (to pray for the child) and all night he lay on the earth.
2 Samuel 12:17 And the elders of his house arose, and stood beside him, to raise him up from the earth; but he (King David Dawud) would not (stand up and he continued to lie on the bare earth), nor did he eat bread with them (but he continued fasting).

4. The despair of King David in My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?”
Whatb was the meaning for King David Dawud the second king of Israel in saying, “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?” in Psalm 22:2 in the Jewish Hebrew Bible the Old Testament?

2 Samuel 12:18 And on the seventh day, the child died. And the servants of David Dawud feared to tell him that the child was dead; because they said, “While the child was still alive, we spoke to him (David Dawud), and he would not listen to what we said, how then shall we tell him that the child is dead so that he does not do some harm to himself (because of his grief)?”
Comment 1. During a time that the entire Army of King David Dawud is in battle, David Dawud is in “the city of David” Jerusalem Al-Quds in grief over his dying child.

Psalm 22:2 My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? (by leaving me so that I am alone), Why is help for me far away when I call in distress (for Allaah’s help)?
Psalm 22:3 O my Allaah, I call in the day but You (Allaah) do not answer; and (I call) in the night but there is no end (of distress) for me.
Psalm 22:4 Yet You (Allaah) are the Holy One, The praise of Israel (to Allaah) is like a throne for You (Allaah).
Psalm 22:5 In You (Allaah) our fathers trusted; they trusted (in Allaah), and You (Allaah) delivered them (to freedom).
Psalm 22:6 To You (Allaah) they called (for help) and escaped (from Egypt); in You (Allaah) they trusted and were not disappointed.

2 Samuel 12:19 But when David Dawud saw that his servants whispered together, David Dawud realized that the child was dead; and David Dawud said to his servants, “Is the child dead?” And they said, “He is dead.”

King David Dawud prays to Allaah promising not to stray away from the laws of Allaah again.

2 Samuel 12:20 Then David Dawud arose from the earth, and washed, and rubbed himself (so he was clean and dry), and changed his cloths; and he came into the house of the Lord (Allaah), and worshipped; then he came to his own house; and when he required (to eat), they put bread in front of him, and he ate.
Comment 1. King David Dawud prays to Allaah in the great congregation.

Psalm 22:26 I shall praise You (Allaah) in the great congregation; I shall give my promises (in the great congregation not to stray away from the laws of Allaah again) in front of them (the children of Israel) who fear Him (Allaah).
Psalm 22:27 Let the humble eat and be satisfied; let them that seek after Him (Allaah) praise the Lord (Allaah); may you live forever (happy in this life and forever in the Hereafter).
Psalm 22:28 All the people of the earth shall remember and turn to the Lord (Allaah); and all the families of the nations shall worship in front of You (Allaah).

2 Samuel 12:21 Then his servants said to him, “What (kind of) thing do you do? You fast and weep for the child while it was alive but when the child is dead you rise and eat bread.”
2 Samuel 12:22 And he (David Dawud) said, “While the child was still alive, I fasted and wept because I prayed (hoping), ‘Maybe the Lord (Allaah) shall be gracious to me and the child may live?’”
Comment 1. King David Dawud prays to Allaah in recognition that only Allaah can help him.

Psalm 22:29 For the kingdom belongs to the Lord (Allaah); and He (Allaah) is the ruler over the nations.

2 Samuel 12:23 “But now he (the child) is dead so for what reason should I fast? Can I bring him (the child) back (to life) again? I shall go to him (in the Hereafter), but he shall not return to me (in this life).”
Comment 1. King David Dawud recognises that at the end of life everyone shall go to Allaah.

Psalm 22:30 All the fat ones (meaning, those who are alive) on the earth shall eat and worship (Allaah); all they that go down to the dust (meaning, those who have died) shall bow down in front of Him (Allaah in the Hereafter), even he who cannot keep his soul alive (meaning, even the person who has lost his soul because of the evil he did in life shall in the Hereafter bow down in front of Allaah).


King David Dawud and the next generation.

2 Samuel 12:24 And David Dawud comforted Bath-Sheba his wife, and went in to her, and lay with her; and she bore a son, and called his name Solomon Sulaiman. And the Lord (Allaah) loved him (Prophet Solomon Sulaiman);
Comment 1. King David Dawud gives rise to the next generation.

Psalm 22:31 I shall serve Him (Allaah); so that the next generation shall know the Lord (Allaah).

2 Samuel 12:25 and He (Allaah) revealed to Nathan the prophet (that Prophet Solomon Sulaiman be) called by his name Jedidiah (“loved by Allaah”), for the Lord’s (Allaah’s) sake.
Comment 1. King David Dawud tells his off spring about Allaah.

Psalm 22:32 The next generation shall be told of the Lord (Allaah) so that they may tell future generations of Allaah’s deliverance (in the world and in the Hereafter).



My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? Explained. 
My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? Explained. 
Allaah explains to King David Dawud through Prophet Nathan the sin that King David Dawud has committed and the punishment and the grief that follows in 2 Samuel 12:1  12:19.
It is this grief within King David Dawud of having temporarily lost the blessing of Allaah which is behindMy Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?” 

2 Samuel 12:9 “Why have you hated the word of the Lord (Allaah) by doing what is evil in My (Allaah’s) sight? Uriah the Hittite you have killed with the sword and his (Uriah the Hittite’s) wife you have taken to be your wife and you killed him (Uriah the Hittite, by ordering that he fight in the front line so that the enemy would kill him) with the sword of the children of Ammon.”
2 Samuel 12:10 “Now therefore, the sword shall never depart from your (David’s Dawud’s) house because you (David Dawud) have despised Me (Allaah), and (you David Dawud) have taken the wife of Uriah the Hittite to be your wife.”
2 Samuel 12:11 So the Lord (Allaah) said, “I shall raise up evil against you (King David Dawud) out of your own house, and I shall take your wives (away) in front of your eyes and give them to your neighbor, and he shall lie with your wives in the sight of this sun (meaning, in public view, with the knowledge of the people)”.
2 Samuel 12:12 “You did it (sin against Allaah by doing evil) secretly; but I (Allaah) shall do this thing in front of all Israel, and before the sun (meaning, in public for everyone to see).”

Allaah said, through Prophet Nathan that Allaah shall not sentence David Dawud to death for adultery.

2 Samuel 12:13 And (King) David Dawud said to (Prophet) Nathan, “I have sinned against the Lord (Allaah).” And (Prophet) Nathan said to David Dawud, “The Lord (Allaah) also has put away your sin; you shall not die.”



PSALM 22 EXPLAINED.
PSALM 22 EXPLAINED.
After, My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? Explained. 
After, My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me? Explained. 
Three events are being described in Psalm 22.

The first is the sin of King David Dawud that leads to a temporary loss of Allaah’s blessing to King David Dawud which King David Dawud can feel when he says “My Allaah, my Allaah, why have you forsaken me?”
Allaah through Prophet Nathan reveals to King David Dawud his sins and this explains why King David Dawud has felt forsaken.
King David Dawud felt forsaken because he was being punished by Allaah for committing adultery and for secretly ordering that the innocent husband be killed so that he could have his wife.

The second event which occurs at the same time as the first event in Psalm 22 is the battle between the Army of King David Dawud and the Ammonites that involved the conquest of land and territory and peoples.
While King David Dawud is in his palace in the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds, his Army that is lead by Joab is fighting east of the Jordan River in the land known in Psalm 22:13 as Bashan.
The fate of the Kingdom of Israel is with the Army of Israel fighting far away and King David Dawud is waiting in the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds for news of the outcome of the battle.

Thirdly King David Dawud represents everything that is happening by describing how it seems to his mind and his body.

While King David Dawud waits for news he writes Psalm 22.

He (“the Army of King David Dawud are surrounded”) in 2 Samuel 10:6  10:14 because his army is fighting many different enemies at the same time (strong enemy armies that are like “bulls”, like “dogs”, like “oxen”). Some are at his armies feet (coming behind them) and some are at his armies hands (coming in front of them). It is a fight for life or death between thousands described in terms of the body of one man King David Dawud as he writes and waits for news of the battle.

Psalm 22:13 Many bulls (enemies) have surrounded me; strong bulls (strong enemies) of Bashan (Bashan is a district east of the Jordan River from Gilead to Hermon) have surrounded me.
Psalm 22:19 They divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds).
Comment 1. King David Dawud is in the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds which is not defended because all his Army is in battle east of the Jordan River. If the Army is destroyed then there is no one left to defend the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds or the Kingdom of Israel.
Comment 2. Second Samuel Chapter 12 describes many countries with thousands of soldiers in battle against the Kingdom of Israel so that they (the enemies of David Dawud plot and plan to) “divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds).”



How did Second Samuel chapter 12 end?

2 Samuel 12:26 Now Joab fought against (the city of) Rabbah of the children of Ammon, and took (control around) the royal city (of Rabbah, Capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River).
2 Samuel 12:27 And Joab sent messengers to David Dawud, and said, “I have fought against Rabbah (Capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River), Yes, I have taken the city of waters.”
2 Samuel 12:28 (Joab continued talking), “Now therefore gather the rest of the people together, and encamp against the city (of Rabbah, Capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River), and take it; in case I take the city, and it be called after my name.”
2 Samuel 12:29 And David Dawud gathered all the people together, and went to Rabbah (Capital city of the Ammonites, 37 km 23 miles east of the Jordan River), and fought against it, and took it.
2 Samuel 12:30 And he took the crown of Malcam (“their king”, the King of Rabbah) from off his head; and the weight of it was a talent (the equivalent in Palestine to 3000 shekels) of gold, and in it were precious stones; and it was put on David's Dawud’s head. And he took out a large amount of the spoil (spoils of war, booty) of the city (of Rabbah).
2 Samuel 12:31 And he took the people that were there (the Ammon people, the Ammonite people in Rabbah), and put them (to work as forced labour in public works projects in the kingdom of Israel) using and making saws, iron, iron axes, and bricks in brick furnaces; and this he did to all the cities of the children of Ammon. And David Dawud and all the people returned to Jerusalem Al-Quds.


Conclusion.
Conclusion.
Psalm 22 is a sacred poetry written by King David Dawud about his own feelings and experiences that describe something he personally felt at a time of great grief when his child died which was related to his sin of having committed adultery and having committed murder by ordering the death of the husband which is described in detail in 2 Samuel chapter 11.
The personal grief felt by King David Dawud was at a time when he sat waiting in his palace in the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds for news of the battle from his Army who were east of the Jordan River.

Psalm 22 is a sacred poetry where King David Dawud is the symbol for the whole army represented by the body of one man.
In that symbol King David Dawud pleads for Allaah to come and save his life from the sword which means to come and give his army success.
The body of King David Dawud in the sacred poetry of Psalm 22 represents the body of the Army of the Kingdom of David Dawud in Israel during the battle of Bashan east of the Jordan River.

Psalm 22:19 They divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds).
Comment 1. King David Dawud is in the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds which is not defended because all his Army is in battle east of the Jordan River. If the Army is destroyed then there is no one left to defend the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds or the Kingdom of Israel.
Comment 2. Second Samuel Chapter 12 describes many countries with thousands of soldiers in battle against the Kingdom of Israel so that they (the enemies of David Dawud plot and plan to) “divide my garments (meaning, the Kingdom of Israel) among them, and for my vesture (meaning, the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds) they cast lots (to decide who shall take control of the city of David Jerusalem Al-Quds).”


See 1. The sin of ewe and Prophet David in Quran chapter 38, 

The sin of ewe and Prophet Dawud in Quran chapter 38, 

38 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-38-the-sin-of-ewe-and-prophet-david

38a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-38-the-sin-of-ewe-and-prophet-dawud

38b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-38-the-sin-of-ewe-and-hazrat-dawud 


See 2. Why did Jesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Isa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

308 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-jesus-say-my-god-my-god-why-have-you-forsaken-me 
308A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-isa-say-my-god-my-god-why-have-you-forsaken-me 
308B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-jesus-isa-say-my-allah-my-allah-why-have-you-forsaken-me

 

See 3. The Gospel according to the Torah and the Koran.

The Gospel according to the Torah and the Quran.

The Injil according to the Taurat and the Quran.


Injil of Mark. 

Jesus is a human prophet messenger and messiah who prays to Allaah in the Gospel of Mark. 

Gospel of Mark https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5    


Injil of Matthew. 

Jesus is a human prophet messenger and messiah who prays to Allaah in the Gospel of Matthew,

Gospel of Matthew https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7      


Injil of Luke. 

Jesus is a human prophet messenger and messiah who prays to Allaah in the Gospel of Luke. 

Gospel of Luke https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke    


Injil of John.

Jesus is a human prophet messenger and messiah who prays to Allaah in the Gospel of John. 

Gospel of John https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3    


See 4. Questions and answers 1.

Trinity questions and answers.
New Testament Christian Bible questions and answers.
Paul questions and answers.

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran 


See 5Questions and answers 2.

More Trinity questions and answers.
More New Testament Christian Bible questions and answers.
More Paul questions and answers.

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/questions-and-answers  


See 6.  Is Jesus Allaah? Is Isa Allaah? 

289-1 part 1 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god  

289-2 part 2 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god-1   

289-3 part 3 https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-jesus-god-2   

  

  


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