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38. The Quran chapter 38. The sin of ewe and Prophet David.

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                                                             11 February 2014 (1435 AH).

 

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The Quran chapter 38 part 1. 

 

The meaning of the Ewe and Prophet David (Dawud).

 

The meaning of the Ewe and David (Dawud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Prophet David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Hadhrat David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Hadrat David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Hajrat David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Hazrat David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Anabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and An-nabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Annabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and En-nabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Ennabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Naabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabbe David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabe David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabbi David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabee David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabii David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabiy David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabiyy David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Naby David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

The meaning of the Ewe and Nabyy David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud).

Ewe in the Quran.

Ewes in the Quran.

Female sheep in the Quran.

Ewe and sin in the Quran.

Ewes and sin in the Quran.

Female sheep and sin in the Quran.

Prophet Moses (Musa) and Prophet David (Dawud) were forgiven their sins after they repented and asked God for forgiveness. 

See Prophet David (Dawud) in Quran 38:23 – 38:26 

See Prophet Moses (Musa) in Quran 38:25 – 38:26 

 

 

Be kind to every creature.

See Quran 38:19 comment

When is the next Caliphate? 
The Mahdi (Mehdi). 
The Dajjal (Dijjal). 
The Dajjal in Islam (The Anti Christ in Christianity, The Armilus Anti Messiah in Judaism). 
The return to earth of Prophet Jesus (Isa). 
See Quran 38:26 comments, 38:82 comments 

 

Jewish Rabbinic literature. 

Jewish Hebrew apocalyptic literature. 

Rabbinic Jewish literature.

See Quran 38:26 comments, 38:37 comments 

 

Prophet Muhammad in the Quran (stories from God) and hadith (stories from humans).

See Quran 38:26 comments, 38:82 comments 

 

Those who disbelieve in God believe that creation has no purpose. 

See Quran 38:28 

 

Why does God punish people? 

See Quran 38:28 

 

God removed stoning to death for adultery and replaced it with another punishment in the Quran and the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat).  

See Quran 38:24 – 38:26 comments, 38:82 comments 

 

Sin of people and the sin of prophets.

See Quran 38:24 comments 

 

The construction of string musical instruments by Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman). 

See Quran 38:36 comments, 38:37 comments 

 

How was Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and Prophet Jacob ((Yaqub) blessed with vision to understand the will of God? 

See Quran 38:45 comments 

 

Where was Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) during the sacrifice of Prophet Isaac (Ishaq)? 

See Quran 38:48 comments 

 

Prophet Muhammad did not invent the Quran.

Prophet Muhammad did not pretend to be a messenger of God.

See Quran 38:86 – 38:88  

 

Information: The Quran chapter 38.

Order of Revelation: 38 (1 is the first revelation and 114 is the last revelation).

Place of Revelation: Mecca (Makkah), Arabia (today Saudi Arabia).

Number of Verses: 88 verses.

 

The Quran.

Chapter 38. 

Sad (Saad).

English interpretations of the Quran.

 

 

The Quran Chapter 38 Sad (Saad, The Letter Sad) in English. 

 

Chapter : Verse.

(Information in brackets is added to assist readers in the interpretation of the verse).

 

 

Quran 38:0 Verse 38:0 In the name of God, The Most Kind, The Most Merciful.

 

Quran 38:1 Verse 38:1 Sad (the letter Saad). Witness the Quran which contains a reminder (from God, the creator).

 

Quran 38:2 Verse 38:2 Now those (stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia, today Saudi Arabia) who disbelieve have become arrogant (proud) and disobedient (to God).

 

Quran 38:3 Verse 38:3 How many generations did We (God) destroy before them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia), and they (those past generations) called out but it was too late for them to escape (God’s punishment).

 

Quran 38:4 Verse 38:4 And they marvel that a warner (Prophet Muhammad) from among them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) has come to them, and the disbelievers say, “This (Prophet Muhammad) is a deceiver and a liar.”

 

Quran 38:5 Verse 38:5 (The stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah) ask),Has he (Prophet Muhammad) made all the gods to be (only) one God? That is a strange (difficult) thing (to believe).”

 

Quran 38:6 Verse 38:6 The leaders said (to the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)), “Keep faithful to your gods. This (one God) is an invented thing.”

 

Quran 38:7 Verse 38:7 We (the leaders of the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) have not heard of this from among the people (before now). This (one God) is nothing but an invention (fabrication).

 

Quran 38:8 Verse 38:8 (The leaders of the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) say, “From among (all) of us has the message (from God only) been sent to him (Prophet Muhammad)?” They (the leaders in Mecca (Makkah)) are in doubt concerning My (God’s) message. They (the leaders in Mecca (Makkah)) have not yet tasted My (God’s) punishment.

 

Quran 38:9 Verse 38:9 Or do they (the stone idols in Mecca (Makkah)) have the (equivalent of the) riches of the Mercy of your Lord (God) (who is) the all mighty and (who is) the giver (of everything that is created)?

 

Quran 38:10 Verse 38:10 Or is the dominion of the heavens and the earth and all that is between them theirs (the stone idols in Mecca (Makkah))? Then let them (the stone idol gods) ascend (to the heavens if they have such a power).

 

Quran 38:11 Verse 38:11 Their (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) forces and their allies shall be defeated (as were those who rejected the messengers of God before them).

 

Quran 38:12 Verse 38:12 Before them (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) were the people of Noah (Nuh), and (the people of) A'ad, and the Pharaoh (Firon) (who was) the possessor of spikes (used for torture).

 

Quran 38:13 Verse 38:13 And (the people of) Thamud and the people of Prophet Lot (Lut) and those who lived in the wood (Midian) (all lived at different times but) were allies (in their disobedience to God).

 

Quran 38:14 Verse 38:14 All of them rejected the messengers (of God) so My (God’s) punishment was just.

 

Quran 38:15 Verse 38:15 These (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) wait for one Shout (God’s order that they be punished) and then there shall be no delay (in God’s punishment to immediately come to them while they are still alive in this life).

 

Quran 38:16 Verse 38:16 They (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) say (in ridicule), “Our Lord (God) quickly bring our share (of punishment) before the Day of Accounting (the Day of Judgement).”

 

Quran 38:17 Verse 38:17 (Prophet Muhammad) have patience with what they (the stone idol worshippers in Mecca (Makkah)) say and remember Our (God’s) servant Prophet David (King Dawud), possessor of strength, he was always turning in repentance (to God).

 

Quran 38:18 Verse 38:18 We (God) made (the children of Israel, the Jewish tribes, the Hebrew tribes of) the mountains (in King Dawud’s Hebron mountain capital and in King Dawud’s Jerusalem (Al-Quds) mountain capital) subjects to him (King Dawud and) they praised (Us (God)) in the day and at night,

 

(Comment 1. God’s Quran 38:18 confirms God’s Old Bible (Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible in 2 Samuel Chapter 5).

2 Samuel Chapter 5:1 Then came all the tribes of Israel to David (Dawud) in Hebron and said, “We are your flesh and bone.”

2 Samuel Chapter 5:2 “In times past, when Saul (Talut) was king over us, it was you (David (Dawud)) who led (us) out (to battle) and returned (us safely) to Israel”. And the Lord (God) said to you (David (Dawud)), “You (David (Dawud)) shall feed My (God’s) people Israel, and you shall be prince over Israel.”

2 Samuel Chapter 5:3 So all the elders of Israel came to the king (King David (King Dawud)) in Hebron and King David (King Dawud) made a covenant (agreement) with them in Hebron before the Lord (God) and they made David (Dawud) the king of Israel.

2 Samuel Chapter 5:4 King David (King Dawud) was thirty years old when he began to rule and he ruled for forty years.

2 Samuel Chapter 5:5 In Hebron he (King David (King Dawud)) ruled over Judah seven years and six months (7 and a half years) and in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) he ruled for thirty and three years (33 years) over all Israel and Judah.

 

(Comment 2. God protects His Torah (Taurat), His Gospel (Injil) and His Quran.

God protects His word.

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

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

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04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

 

Quran 38:19 Verse 38:19 And the birds gathered (to sing in praise to God) with Him (Prophet David (King Dawud).

(Comment 1. Be kind to animals and birds and every creature.

God reminds people that birds and every other creation belong to God the creator so that we remember that those who do bad deeds to animals shall be punished by God in the Hereafter and those who do good deeds to animals shall be rewarded by God in the Hereafter.

(Comment 2. Quran 24:41 Verse 24:41 Have you not seen that God is the one whom all that are in the heavens and the earth exalt (including) the birds (while they are) with wings spread out (in their flight)? He (God) knows the prayer and the exaltation from each (creature) and God is aware of what they (God’s creatures) do.

 

 

Quran 38:20 Verse 38:20 We (God) made his David’s (King Dawud’s) kingdom strong and gave him wisdom and discerning speech.

 

Quran 38:21 Verse 38:21 And has the story of the (two) disputers reached you and how they climbed the wall into the chamber (of King Dawud’s private mind, “his conscience”)?

 

Quran 38:22 Verse 38:22 How they (suddenly) entered (the chamber of his private mind, “his conscience”) and David (King Dawud) was afraid of them and they said, “Do not be afraid, (we have come for your help, we) two are arguing with each other because one has wronged the other so judge between us and show us the correct path.”

 

Quran 38:23 Verse 38:23 This is my brother (in religion who) has ninety nine ewes ((female sheep) which really represented the many wives that God had given to David (King Dawud)) but I have one ewe ((female sheep) which really represented Bath-sheba the wife of Uriah the Hittite) and he said, "Give it (the one ewe) to me (so that I can add your one female sheep to my 99 female sheep) and (the power of) his speech forced me to give it (my only female sheep)."

 

Quran 38:24 Verse 38:24 (David (King Dawud)) said, “He has done wrong by demand your (one) ewe (female sheep) and adding it to his (ninety nine) ewes (female sheep). Many brothers (in religion) oppress one another except those who believe (in God) and do good deeds, and they are few. And then David (King Dawud) understood that We (God) were telling (a story) about him (David (King Dawud) and what David (King Dawud) did to Uriah the Hittite and his wife Bath-sheba) and he (David (King Dawud)) asked forgiveness of his Lord (God) and he bowed (prostrating) and repented (to God for his sins).

 

(Comment 1. In the story of Prophet David (King Dawud) God shows us that God forgives the great sins of humans if humans truly repentant and asks for God’s forgiveness.

Quran 38:17 …. Remember Our (God’s) servant Prophet David (King Dawud), possessor of strength, he was always turning in repentance (to God).

 

(Comment 2. Prophets are human like every other human. For example when Moses (Musa) killed a man God later made Moses (Musa) a prophet. Why? Because Moses (Musa) repented and asked for God’s forgiveness.

Many people believe that Prophets did not commit great sins but God reminds us that Prophets are human and we are forbidden to idol worship any human.

All worship must be to the creator who is the one God and not to humans or to saints or to prophets.

God’s Quran repeatedly confirms what is in God’s Torah (Taurat).

God’s Torah (Taurat) repeatedly confirms that humans must not idol worship the prophets but all worship must be to God only.

God’s Quran and God’s Torah (Taurat) and God’s Gospel (Injil) all confirm that God forgives all sins great and small to anyone who sincerely repents and who asks for God’s forgiveness no matter who they are and no matter what they have done. That is God’s promise in all God’s Books.

A human who sins and a prophet who sins are both equally able to repent and ask God for forgiveness. That is God’s promise in all God’s Books.

All God’s Books teach us to think kindly about the prophets because they bring the word of God to us and God knows every sin that everyone commits and God uses those sins in stories as examples to teach people to follow God’s guidance.

God teaches humans by their sins so when God teaches through the sins of God’s prophets is it God you fear or do you fear man? If you fear offending the prophet instead of believing God’s story then you have made man your idol because you fear man more that God and what God is teaching you in God’s story.

 

(Comment 3. See Quran 38:25 comments for more about God’s guidance to us through the sins of Prophet David (King Dawud).

 

(Comment 4. See God did not stone to death for adultery in the Jewish Bible and in the Quran in the time of Prophet David (Dawud).

God removed stoning to death for adultery.

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03B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

 

(Comment 5. God protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 

God protects His word.

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

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

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04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

 

Quran 38:25 Verse 38:25 So We (God) forgave him (Prophet David (King Dawud)) and he is near to Us (God’s mercy) and a happy place of return (to God and Paradise).

(Comment 1. See comments about the sin of prophets and the sin of other humans in Quran 38:24.

 

(Comment 2. In the story of King Dawud God shows us that God forgives the great sins of humans if humans are truly repentant and if they ask for God’s forgiveness.

Quran 38:17 …. Remember Our (God’s) servant Prophet David (King Dawud), possessor of strength, he was always turning in repentance (to God).

 

(Comment 3. The story of the ewes (the female sheep) and King David’s (Dawud’s) sins and God’s forgiveness in Quran 38:21 – 38:25 are confirmed in God’s Old Bible (Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible) in Second Samuel 12:1 – 12:13 and 11.1 – 11:21.

 

(Comment 4. In the story of the ewes (the female sheep), King David (Dawud) admits his sins to Prophet Nathan so King David (Dawud) might not yet have been appointed a Prophet (only God knows) when he committed those sins in God’s Old Bible (Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible) in Second Samuel 12:1 – 12:13 and 11.1 – 11:21.

 

(Comment 5. Prophet Nathan and King David and King Solomon.

Prophet Nathan and Prophet David and Prophet Solomon.

Prophet Nathan and King Dawud and King Sulaiman.

Prophet Nathan and Prophet Dawud and Prophet Sulaiman.

Prophet Nathan (Nathin, Natnan) and King David (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawud, Dawuud) and King Solomon (Jedidiah, Solomon, Sollomon, Solomoon, Solomun, Soloomon, Solumon, Soolomon, Sulaimaan, Sulayman, Sulaymaan, Suleimaan, Sulemaan, Sulaiman, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Shlomo Hamelech).

Prophet (Anabi, An-nabi, Annabi, En-nabi, Ennabi, Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hajrat, Hazrat, Naabi, Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabi, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Nathan (Nathin, Natnan) and Prophet (Anabi, An-nabi, Annabi, En-nabi, Ennabi, Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hajrat, Hazrat, Naabi, Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabi, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Dawud (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, David, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawuud, King David) and Prophet (Anabi, An-nabi, Annabi, En-nabi, Ennabi, Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hajrat, Hazrat, Naabi, Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabi, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Sulaiman (Jedidiah, King Solomon, Solomon, Sollomon, Solomoon, Solomun, Soloomon, Solumon, Soolomon, Sulaimaan, Sulayman, Sulaymaan, Suleimaan, Sulemaan, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Shlomo Hamelech)

 

Prophet Nathan is not the Nathan who is the son of King David.

Prophet Nathan is not the Nathan who is the son of Prophet David.

Prophet Nathan is not the Nathan who is the son of King Dawud.

Prophet Nathan is not the Nathan who is the son of Prophet Dawud.

Prophet Nathan is not the Nathan who is the son of King Dawud (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, David, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawuud, King David).

Prophet Nathan is not the Nathan who is the son of Prophet (Anabi, An-nabi, Annabi, En-nabi, Ennabi, Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hajrat, Hazrat, Naabi, Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabi, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Dawud (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, David, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawuud, King David).

 

Prophet Nathan lived in the time of King David and King Solomon.

Prophet Nathan lived in the time of Prophet David and Prophet Solomon.

Prophet Nathan lived in the time of King Dawud and King Sulaiman.

Prophet Nathan lived in the time of Prophet Dawud and Prophet Sulaiman.

Prophet Nathan lived in the time of Prophet (Anabi, An-nabi, Annabi, En-nabi, Ennabi, Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hajrat, Hazrat, Naabi, Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabi, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Dawud (Daaud, Daauud, Daawood, Daawuud, Daud, Dauud, David, King David, David Hamelech, David Hamelekh, Dawood, Dawid, Dawiid, Dawuud, King David) and Prophet (Anabi, An-nabi, Annabi, En-nabi, Ennabi, Hadhrat, Hadrat, Hajrat, Hazrat, Naabi, Nabbe, Nabe, Nabbi, Nabee, Nabi, Nabii, Nabiy, Nabiyy, Naby, Nabyy) Sulaiman (Jedidiah, Solomon, Sollomon, Solomoon, Solomun, Soloomon, Solumon, Soolomon, Sulaimaan, Sulayman, Sulaymaan, Suleimaan, Sulemaan, Sulayman, Suleiman, Suleman, Shlomo Hamelech) so several prophets might have existed at the same time. They acted as Kings or Prophets or both at different times as God determined. 

 

(Comment 6. In the Torah (Taurat) the story of the ewe (the female sheep) and the 2 men is told by Prophet Nathan (Natnan) to show that King David (Dawud) is not yet a Prophet. This is similar to the time when Prophet Moses (Musa) killed an Egyptian before he had been appointed a prophet of God.

 

(Comment 7. In the Quran the story of the ewe (the female sheep) and the 2 men is told by the 2 men themselves directly when they climb into King David’s (Dawud’s) private chamber in his mind, “his conscience” so that God can focus the story to show us that any sin can be forgiven by God if we truly repent and ask God for forgiveness.

God is using the story of the ewe (the female sheep) in two different times (in the time of Prophet Nathan (Natnan) and in the time of Prophet Muhammad) to two different peoples (the children of Israel and the people’s of Arabia) so God knows best how to tell His (God’s) story in the time of the Torah (Taurat) and in the time of the Quran.

Today in 2011 (1432 AH) we can read both God’s Quran and God’s Torah (Taurat) and understand more about what God is telling us in the story of the ewe (the female sheep).

 

(Comment 8. Since the story of the ewe (the female sheep) is told by God it is not fitting to believe that God made any error in the story as it is in God’s Quran or in God’s Torah (Taurat). In fact the way God reveals the story in both of God’s books tells us more about the meaning of that story.

 

(Comment 9. God’s Torah (Taurat) reveals the story of the 2 disputers and the ewe (the female sheep) to King David (Dawud) from Prophet Nathan (Natnan), and God’s Quran reveals that same story of the 2 disputers and the ewe (the female sheep) after it had been told and had climbed into the mind of King David (Dawud) where the 2 disputers talk in the mind of King David’s (Dawud’s) conscience.  

God’s Quran confirms God’s Torah (Taurat) and God’s Torah (Taurat) confirms God’s Quran.  

 

(Comment 10. It is not necessary for God to include the details of the sins of King David (Dawud) in the Quran unless it is needed to explain something.

To explain human sin and God’s forgiveness, the details of what the sin was makes no difference to this story in the Quran.

God has already explained the sins of King David (Dawud) in God’s Old Bible (Taurat, Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible) in Second Samuel 12:1 – 12:13 and 11.1 – 11:21 so it is not necessary for God to repeat those details again in the Quran.

God did the same when the Gospel (Injil) was first revealed, at that time it was also not necessary to repeat everything that God had revealed in the Torah (Taurat) because both books confirmed each other.

The Quran and the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat) support each other because all of them were revealed by God. 

 

(Comment 11. In the time of King David (Dawud) God forgave King David (Dawud) of his sins of adultery and murder in God’s Old Bible (Taurat, Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible) in Second Samuel 12:1 – 12:13 and 11.1 – 11:21 by cancelling the punishment of stoning to death and replacing it with another punishment.

God did the same in the Gospel (Injil) when Prophet Jesus (Isa) removed stoning to death for adultery.

And in the Quran God removed stoning to death for adultery by replaced it with another punishment.

God removed stoning to death for adultery and replaced it with another punishment in the Quran and the Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel) and the Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat). 

God removed stoning to death for adultery.

The error of stoning to death for adultery

How God removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and Quran.

How God removed stoning to death in the Quran three times.

In the Quran the law for illegal sexual intercourse for unmarried Muslims is Quran 4:15 – 4:18.

In the Quran the law for adultery by married Muslims is Quran 4:25 and 24:1 – 24:2.

Forgiveness for all sins is confirmed in Quran 4:17 – 4:18, 4:110, 25:68 – 25:71.

03 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery  

03A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

03B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

 

 

(Comment 12. God protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 

God protects His word.

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

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

04 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran  

04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

 

Quran 38:26 Verse 38:26 “David (Dawud), We (God) have made you a successor (Caliph, King) on the earth so judge truthfully between the people and do not follow your desire because it might lead you away from the path of God. Those who go away from the path of God shall have a terrible punishment because they forgot the Day of Accounting (The Day of Judgement).”

 

(Comment 1. In Quran 38:23 – 38:25 God forgives King David (Dawud) of his sins of murder and adultery and later in Quran 38:26 appointed him a prophet of God just as God forgave Moses (Musa) of his sin of murder and later appointed him a prophet of God. God shows us that when people sincerely repent and ask forgiveness then God is ready to forgive.

 

(Comment 2. Prophet David (Dawud) was the King of Judah from 1632–1625 BH (1010–1003 BCE, 1010–1003 BC) and then the King of the United Kingdom of Israel (Israel and Judah, “Kingdom of Israel”) from 1625–1592 BH (1003–970 BCE, 1003–970 BC).

 

When is the next Muslim caliphate?

(Comment 3. When is the next Muslim caliphate according to hadith (stories from humans)?

In Quran 38:26 God reminds us that it is God who appoints the leader (Caliph) who is to be the successor.

For those who believe hadith (the stories from humans) about Mahdi (Mehdi) and the Dajjal (Dijjal) the next leaders that shall be sent to humans by God shall be the Mahdi (Mehdi) and the return to earth of Prophet Jesus (Isa).

The Mahdi (Mehdi) and Prophet Jesus (Isa) shall have the wisdom necessary to establish the next Muslim caliphate.

Any attempt to establish a Muslim caliphate without a leader that God has authorized is not worthy of the name Muslim caliphate because it would be a country that would be no better governed than any other Muslim country that exists today.

Only a Muslim caliphate with a leader that is sent by God can hope to have better guidance.

Muslim leadership today is only governed with the wisdom of humans because no Muslim country has shown that its leadership is so good that every Muslim would love to live in what they have created because not one of them is famous as the most just of all the governments in the world today.

Some Muslims have left Muslim countries to live in none Muslim countries because their newly adopted country allows them to worship as Muslims in a way that is better than what they found in the Muslim country from which they emigrated.

A Muslim caliphate requires the involvement of God through a leader who is appointed by God and that shall only be possible when God sends the next leader which shall be the Mahdi and then the return to earth of Prophet Jesus (Isa) who all Muslims shall recognise and follow.

Today in 2011 (1432 AH) Muslims led a righteous life by looking to the Quran for guidance and only accepting hadith (stories from humans) that agree with God’s Quran and not expecting anything to happen that is more important than the Day of Judgement.

Muslims use their time to pass the message of God to all the people in the world and to build a caliphate inside their heart that shines from their face to show friendship to all people by using a mouth that always speaks the truth and with a heart that shows love to all and justice to all and promoting peace for all people as shown by Prophet Muhammad when he strived to bring men and women and children from the darkness (of ignorance) into the light (of knowledge).

 

(Comment 4. When is the next Muslim caliphate according to the Quran (the word of God)?

In Quran 38:26 God reminds us that it is God who appoints the leader (Caliph) who is to be the successor.

Why do some people not believe hadith (stories from humans) about Mahdi (Mehdi) or the Dajjal (Dijjal) or the return of Prophet Jesus (Isa)?

 

1. God in God’s Quran says nothing about the Mahdi (Mehdi) or the Dajjal (Dijjal) or Prophet Jesus (Isa) returning to Earth.

 

2. God’s Quran has not commanded that among the pillars of Islam is the belief in the Mahdi (Mehdi) or the Dajjal (Dijjal) or that Prophet Jesus (Isa) shall return to Earth.

Quran 2:177 It is not (a sign of) righteousness if you turn your faces towards the East or the West (in prayer), but righteousness is this - that one should believe in God and the Last Day and the Angels and the Book (Quran) and (all) the Prophets and give away (your) wealth out of love for Him (God) to your near relations and the orphans and the needy and the traveller and those who ask for help and for the freedom of captives and keep up prayer and pay the tax to help the poor (Zakah) and fulfill agreements that have been promised, and those who are patient in times of distress, sickness and in time of conflicts -- these are the people who are sincere (in their faith in God), they are the God-fearing.

 

Those who do not believe in a Mahdi (Mehdi) or in a Dajjal (Dijjal) or in the return of Prophet Jesus (Isa) only believe what God has told all humankind in God’s last revelation (the Quran) which is that there are no more prophets to come but what is coming of which there is no doubt is the Day of Judgement.

Today in 2011 (1432 AH) such Muslims led a righteous life by looking to the Quran for guidance and only accepting hadith (stories from humans) that agree with God’s Quran and not expecting anything to happen that is more important than the Day of Judgement.

Muslims use their time to pass the message of God to all the people in the world and to build a caliphate inside their heart that shines from their face to show friendship to all people by using a mouth that always speaks the truth and with a heart that shows love to all and justice to all and peace for all humankind as shown by Prophet Muhammad when he strived to bring men and women and children from the darkness (of ignorance) into the light (of knowledge).

 

(Comment 5. Muslims believe what is in the Quran and the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat) - 1.

The Gospel (Injil) described how Prophet Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) died on the cross.

The Quran explained that Prophet Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) did not die on the cross but God made it appear as if Prophet Jesus (Isa) did die on the cross for three reasons.

1. So that those who rejoiced at the sin of supporting the killing of a prophet of God would be unable to deny on the Day of Judgement that they had sinned by rejoicing at what they though was the killing of Jesus (Isa).

2. So that those who believed Satan (Shaitan) when he whispered “Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) is god” shall be unable to deny on the Day of Judgement that they had sinned by worshipping what God had created (when God created Prophet Jesus (Isa)) instead of doing what Prophet Jesus (Isa) did which was to pray only to God who is the creator of every creation.

Since they believed that Prophet Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) died on the cross then that was proof he was human. How then could they believe he was god by praying to someone they believed was a human as his death showed them?

When Prophet Jesus (Isa) brought the dead back to life Prophet Jesus (Isa) showed the people that he was a messenger from God. He was not God and he never said he was God. On the Day of Judgement those who mistakenly prayed to humans instead of correctly praying only to God who created every creation shall be unable to deny they had sinned by praying to dead humans instead of correctly praying to God who is the creator of ever human and every thing.

3. So that the next Prophet after Prophet Jesus (Isa) who was described as “the comforter” in the Gospel of John 14:16, 15:26, 16:7 – 16:15 could prove he was a messenger from God by revealing what really happened to Prophet Jesus (Isa).

Did Jesus (Isa) die on the cross or not?

4 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-4-did-jesus-die-on-the-cross-or-not 

4a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-4-did-isa-die-on-the-cross-or-not 

4b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-4-did-isa-die-on-the-cross-or-not-a 

 

(Comment 6. Muslims believe what is in the Quran and the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat) - 2.

1. The Quran reveals that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was raised into heaven.

2. The Gospel (Injil) reveals that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was raised into heaven.

3. The Quran combined with the Gospel (Injil) confirm the return of Prophet Jesus (Isa) on the Day of Resurrection and Judgement.

See Quran 19:33 comment in: The second coming of Jesus (Eesa, Eesaa, Eesaah, Eesah, Eessa, Eessaa, Eessaah, Eessah, Esa, Esaa, Esah, Esaah, Essa, Essaa, Essaah, Essah, Isa, Isâ, Isaa, Isah, Isaah, Issa, Issâ, Issah, Issaa, Issaah, Iesa, Iesaa, Iesah, Iessa, Iessaa, Iesus, Yasu, Yasuu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Yeshuaa, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah Jesus, Jesus the Messiah) to the earth.

The return of Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) to the earth.

19 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-19-the-second-coming-of-jesus-to-the-earth 

19a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-19-the-second-coming-of-isa-to-the-earth 

19b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-19-the-second-coming-of-esa-to-the-earth

 

 

(Comment 7. Muslims believe what is in the Quran and the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat) - 3.

1. There is nothing in the Quran about the Dajjal (Dijjal).

2. The origin for the belief in Muslim hadith about the Dajjal (Dijjal) comes from the Jewish Midrash.

 

(Comment 8. The Dajjal (Dijjal) in Islam (The Anti Christ in Christianity, The Armilus Anti Messiah in Judaism).

The Dajjal (Dijjal) is not in the Quran.

Midrash, meaning to investigate or study is one Jewish way of interpreting bible stories that goes beyond simple religious, legal or moral teachings to answer what God does not answer.

In the Midrash Wayosha published at Constantinople (Turkey) in 924 AH (1519 CE, 1519 AD) describes the “end of time” and the Jewish equivalent of the Muslim Dajjal (Dijjal), called Armilus (the Anti Messiah) who is the successor of Gog (the leader of the tribe of Gog from the North) who looks horrible, bald-headed, with one large eye and one small eye, deaf in the right ear and maimed in the right arm, while the left arm is two and one-half ells long. He battles with and is defeated by the Messiah, son of Joseph.
See
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=1789&letter=A see Armilus and Satan.

 

(Comment 9. Mahdi (Mehdi) in Islam.

The Mahdi (Mehdi) is not in the Quran.

The revelations from God to the Jews, the Christians and the Muslims are a story of good against evil.

Dajjal ((Dijjal), the Anti Christ, Armilus the Anti Messiah) is a Jewish, Christian and Muslim symbol for the spirit of bad that is inside every person which is described in the form of a powerful super bad person (or Devil (shaitan)).

Mahdi (Mehdi) is a symbol for the spirit of good that is inside every person which is described in the form of a good powerful person.

Prophet Jesus (Isa) or the Messiah is the symbol for following what God has commanded so that the good desire inside you is able to defeat the bad desire inside of you.

Describing a spirit in the form of a human in the “end of time” or “the ending of the world” is common in human made Rabbinic Jewish literature (especially Hebrew apocalyptic literature where the Jews wait for the Messiah (the promised one).

The Jewish idea of the Anti Messiah first came from the writings of Jewish rabbis between 1122 BH ­– 589 BH (500 BCE – 50 CE, 500 BC – 50 AD)) according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antichrist

This style was also used by Christian writers to describe the “end of time” or “the ending of the world” and recognized the Messiah (the promised one) as Prophet Jesus (Isa).

Jewish writing is made very fantastic to let the reader know that it is a man made prophecy written by rabbis.

This Rabbinic Jewish literature is not designed to pretend that it is from God.

Jewish Rabbis used this style to show that their story was made by humans as a way to teach some religious lesson or answer some moral question.

In Christian writing, “The Anti Christ” means someone who is bad or opposite in nature to the good nature of Prophet Jesus (Isa).

The Christian writing is in the same style as the Jewish writing but instead of Prophet Jesus (Isa) the good in the Jewish writing is represented by the Messiah (the promised one).

 

(Comment 10. Prophet Muhammad explained to the Jews why Prophet Jesus (Isa) came and that humans did not kill Prophet Jesus (Isa).

The Gospel (Injil) revealed that a few days after the death of the men on the cross Prophet Jesus (Isa) was seen alive as proof that he did not die.

Prophet Muhammad explained to the Jews that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was God’s prophet and no human killed Prophet Jesus (Isa).

Prophet Muhammad is “the comforter” who Prophet Jesus (Isa) in the Gospel (Injil) said would come after him and would explain all things about Prophet Jesus (Isa) and who would continue to deliver the same message that God had sent with Prophet Jesus (Isa).

The Muslim hadith (stories from humans) of the Mahdi (Mehdi) and the Dajjal (Dijjal) and the return of Prophet Jesus (Isa) are used as symbols that are equivalent to the man made stories of the Armilus Anti Messiah that was written by Jewish writers and the same as the Anti Christ by Christian writers.

The lesson of the Mahdi (Mehdi) and the Dajjal (Dijjal) and the return of Prophet Jesus (Isa) is the same lesson God has repeated in every revelation which is that those who succeed to overcome the bad desires inside themselves by following their good desires shall succeed on the Day of Judgement.

Human made stories that are very fantastic supernatural stories are common in the writings of Rabbis in Rabbinic Jewish literature especially Hebrew apocalyptic literature and after Prophet Jesus (Isa) in similar Christian writings.

God even uses this style in the Quran to show the Jews some of the errors in their Rabbinic Jewish literature. See Quran 38:37 comments.

 

(Comment 11. See Rabbinic Jewish literature in Quran 27:16, 27:18, 27:21 comments

27 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-27-talking-ant-ants-bird-birds-in-the-quran   

27a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-27-talking-ant-ants-bird-birds-in-al-quran  

27b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-27-talking-bird-birds-ant-ants-in-al-quran  

 

 

See Rabbinic Jewish literature in Quran 34:12 – 34:14 comments.

Why did God put Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran?

34 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-34-why-did-god-put-rabbinic-jewish-literature-in-the-quran

34a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-34-why-did-allah-put-rabbinic-jewish-literature-in-the-quran

34b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-34-why-did-allaah-put-rabbinic-jewish-literature-in-the-quran

 

 

See Rabbinic Jewish literature in Quran 37:8 and Quran 37:10 comments.

Quran 37:1 – 37:98 PART 1.

37-1 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-part-1-sacrifice-of-prophet-isaac-in-the-quran

37a-1 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-1-sacrifice-of-hazrat-isaac-in-al-quran  

37b-1 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-1-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-isaac-in-al-quran  

 

 

(Comment 12. There is a difference between human writings (such as Rabbinic Jewish literature and Christian stories (hadith from humans) and Muslim hadith (stories from humans) compared to the word of God.

God protects His word.

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

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

God’s Quran repeatedly confirms that what is in God’s Torah (Taurat) and God’s Gospel (Injil) are correct and all of them confirm the correctness of each other.

God protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 

04 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran  

04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

 

Quran 38:27 Verse 38:27 And We (God) did not create the heaven and the earth and all that is between them for no purpose. That is the opinion (meaning, that all creation has no purpose) of those who disbelieve. Misfortune from the fire (in Hell) is for those who disbelieve (in God their creator and who believe that creation has no purpose).

 

(Comment 1. The Quran index of the creation.

Creation of Earth in six days in the Quran 25:59, 32:4

Creation of humans in the Quran 21:30, 22:5, 23:12 – 23:14, 32:7 – 32:9, 71:14 – 71:18

Creation of life that humans do not know about in the Quran 16:8, 36:36

Creation of time and distance in the Quran 10:5, 17:12, 22:47, 32:5, 70:4

Creation through evolution in the Quran 64:3, (God is subtle 31:16), (God could have made people to have no eyes 36:66), (God could make people to be like plants 36:67), 71:14

Design of the creation in the Quran 2:29, 17:44, 21:30, 29:19, 41:11, 41:12, 50:38, 65:12, 67:3, 71:14 – 71:20

Every living thing is created from water in the Quran 21:30, 24:45

Everything shall perish except Him (God) in the Quran 28:88

God encourages the scientific study of creation in the Quran 29:20, 30:9

Humans and apes evolved from a common ancestor in the Quran 2:65 – 2:66, 7:166 

Is resurrection from death back to life real in the Quran 20:55, 30:11, 30:19

Shaping of the creation in the Quran 3:6

The created. Do people not look and wonder how the universe was created? in the Quran 88:17 – 88:20

The created. God has given permission to travel beyond the Earth and the Heavens in the Quran 55:33

The creator in the Quran 2:255, 17:42, 28:88, 112:1 – 112:4

The mountains shall pass away like the clouds pass away in the Quran 27:88

The purpose of the creation in the Quran 3:191, 30:8, 38:27

There was a time when humans did not exist 19:67, 76:1

Why is God the only one who can hear prayer in the Quran 20:7, 20:55

 

 

Quran 38:28 Verse 38:28 Should We (God) treat those who believe and do good deeds like those who spread misbehaviour on the earth or should We (God) treat the righteous like the wicked?

 

Quran 38:29 Verse 38:29 (This Quran is) a blessed Scripture that We (God) have revealed to you (Prophet Muhammad) so that they (the people) may think about its revelations and so that people of understanding may be reminded (of God their creator).

 

Quran 38:30 Verse 38:30 And We (God) gave to Prophet David ((Dawud) a son), Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman). How excellent a servant, he (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) was always turning in repentance (to God).

 

Quran 38:31 Verse 38:31 (Mention) the afternoon when he (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) was shown trained racing horses.

 

Quran 38:32 Verse 38:32 And he (Prophet Solomon) said (in a dream), “I have loved the good things (the entertainment of looking at horses in the afternoon) until it was dark instead of remembering my Lord (God) (because the entertainment made me forgot my responsibility to pray to God and thank God for everything I have).

 

Quran 38:33 Verse 38:33 (Then Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) said in a dream, “I never want to forget God again so), bring those (horses) back to me,” and he slashed (with his sword the horses) legs and necks (meaning, that in his dream Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) repented at having forgotten God by “removing” what was distracted him away from God).

(Comment 1. Quran 38:33 was a dream about the importance of remembering God, the creator of everything.

This dream is not about killing horses because those who do bad deeds to animals shall be punished by God in the Hereafter and those who do good deeds to animals shall be rewarded by God in the Hereafter.

 

(Comment 2. The lesson in Quran 38:33 is to be careful not to allow the pleasures of life to distract you from your duty to remember God especially during the time of prayer.

 

(Comment 3. See the lesson from God in Quran 38:19.

 

 

Quran 38:34 Verse 38:34 And We (God) tried Solomon (Sulaiman), and put on his throne a body (which had lost the guidance of God). Then he (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) repented.

 

Comment 1. God’s Old Bible (Taurat, Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, Jewish Bible) in 1 Kings Chapter 11 describes how Solomon (Sulaiman) lost his spirit when he loved women who worshipped idols.

The dream in Quran 38:32 – 38:33 was a warning to Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) to be careful not to be distracted by what is loved in the world so that it makes you forget God your creator.

 

Comment 2. In this story told by God it is not fitting to believe that God made any error in the story as it is in God’s Quran or in God’s Torah (Taurat). In fact the way God reveals the story in both of God’s books tells us more about the meaning of that story.

 

(Comment 3. Some might ask about differences in God’s Quran or in God’s Torah (Taurat) or God’s Gospel (Injil).

Could that be a test to show those who trust God and those that do not have God in their heart but only seek to make divisions among people and ignore God’s repeated confirmation in the Quran that the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) all come from God the one creator?

Could it be that God might say (only God really knows what God shall say), “So you rejected God because the order of the revelation might appear to be different?”

But God gives guidance to those who wish to be correctly guided and God strengthens the spirit of those who wish to believe and then God tests belief to show if they really believe and then comes God’s judgement.

Those who hold tightly that the Quran and the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) all belong to God shall have passed the test of belief in God, if God wills.

Those that only see differences between the Quran and the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) do not believe what God has told them in the Quran which is that the Quran confirms the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) and that the Gospel (Injil) and the Torah (Taurat) confirms the Quran.

 

(Comment 4. The lesson from God in this story to us is that God does not reject our repeated sincere requests for forgiveness every time we sin.

God is the most merciful means that there is nothing God does not forgive if men and women sincerely repent their sins during their life.

The sin of idol worship is forgiven, the sin of adultery is forgiven, the sin of murder is forgiven by God if the wrong doer sincerely repents and asks God the creator for forgiveness.

In the story of Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) no only is repentance and forgiveness given by God but everything else that Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) is given all comes from God.

God teaches that despite repeated sins God accepts our sincere repentances and our sincere requests for forgiveness that is why Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) is always repenting and asking forgiveness from God.

 

 

Quran 38:35 Verse 38:35 He (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) said, “My Lord (God), Forgive me and give me a power that shall not belong to anyone after me. You are the giver (of everything that exists).”

 

(Comment 1. God’s Quran 38:35 is confirmed in God’s Old Bible (The Old Testament which also contains the Torah (Taurat), Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible in First Kings).

1 Kings Chapter 10:23 So King Solomon (Sulaiman) exceeded all the kings of the earth in riches and in wisdom.

 

 

Quran 38:36 Verse 38:36 So We (God) made the wind steadily blow to wherever he (Prophet Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) naval sailing trading ships) wanted it (the wind) to go.

(Comment 1. God’s Quran 38:36 is confirmed in God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible in First Kings).

1 Kings Chapter 9:26 And king Solomon (Sulaiman) made a navy of (sailing) ships in Ezion-geber (on the north coast of the Gulf of Akabah on the Red Sea), which is beside Eloth (Elah, Elath, El-paran, today Elat in Israel), on the shore of the Red Sea, in the land of Edom (earlier called Seir).

1 Kings Chapter 9:27 And King Hiram (of the sea port of Tyre in Phoenicia, today Lebanon) sent to that navy his servants and shipmen that had knowledge of the sea (to work) with the servants of Solomon (Sulaiman).

1 Kings Chapter 9:28 And (with their sailing ships) they went to Ophir (somewhere on the coast of Africa were gold, silver, ivory, wood, valuable stones, apes and peacocks were obtained) and brought back from there gold, four hundred and twenty talents (one talent of weight was equal to 3,000 shekels), and brought it to King Solomon (Sulaiman).

1 Kings Chapter 10:11 And the navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from Ophir (Africa), brought in from Ophir (Africa) a great amount of sandal-wood and valuable stones.

1 Kings Chapter 10:12 And the king (Solomon (Sulaiman)) used the sandal-wood to make pillars for the house of the Lord ((God) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)), and for the king's house ((palace) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)) and harps (harp is a stringed musical instrument) and psalteries (psaltery is a stringed musical instrument) for the singers; never has such (excellent quality) sandal-wood (for producing beautiful music) ever come before that time or since this day.

1 Kings Chapter 10:22 For the king (King Solomon (Sulaiman)) had at sea a navy of Tarshish (large sailing trading ships that travelled to Ophir (Africa) from the Red Sea naval base at Ezion-geber on the north coast of the Gulf of Akabah on the Red Sea which is beside Eloth (Elah, Elath, El-paran, today Elat in Israel) with the navy of King Hiram (large sailing trading ships that travelled to Tartessus in Southern Spain from the sea port at Tyre in Phoenicia, today Lebanon); once every three years came the navy of Tarshish, bringing gold, and silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks.

1 Kings Chapter 10:23 So King Solomon (Sulaiman) exceeded all the kings of the earth in riches and in wisdom.

 

(Comment 2. God protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 
God protects His word.

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

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

04 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran  

04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

  

Quran 38:37 Verse 38:37 And (God also gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) power over) the devils (Shaitans) and every kind of builder and diver.

 

(Comment 1. Quran 38:37 is not worded like this in God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible).

 

(Comment 2a. Quran 38:37 is worded like this in the Jewish commentary by Rabbis. The Jewish commentaries by Rabbis is estimated by Nineteenth Century 1215 – 1317 AH (1801 1900 CE, 1801 1900 AD) scholars to have been written anywhere between the fourth to the eleventh century 330 BH – 491 AH (301 – 1001 CE, 301 – 1001 AD) in what was called the Targum Sheni ("Second Targum") which were stories written by rabbis that included stories of animals, birds and demonic spirits that were subject to the will of King Solomon (Sulaiman) who ordered the living creatures of the world to dance in front of him.

 

2b. The Jewish Encyclopedia describes these stories as a "genuine and lively midrash" which means, a free thinking explanation of the kind that is not unusual in Rabbinic Jewish literature.

Midrash is a way of interpreting biblical stories that goes beyond a simple summery of religious, legal or moral teachings. It fills in many gaps left in the biblical narrative regarding events and personalities that are only hinted at. 

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon 

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Targum_Sheni

 

2c. Stories by rabbis (Jewish religious teachers) in Jewish Bible commentary might be done to try to answer questions that God has not answered in the Torah (Taurat).

For example a student might ask, “How were the commandments of God written on rock?”

A rabbi might then invent a story which might also contain some lesson because there is no answer to that question from God in the Torah (Taurat).

Hundreds of years later another Rabbi (religious teachers) might read a story and might add his comments to that story.

All these man made stories are never written in God’s Holy Bible but are written as a man made Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish Hadith (Jewish human made stories)).

Rabbis invented supernatural animals that can talk to humans to show that the story is not from God’s Old Bible (Torah (Taurat), Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible) but that they were a human made Jewish story (Jewish hadith story from humans) to answer a question or give a lesson using a well known person from God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible).

The animals that talk with humans help to make an interesting story you can remember that answers a question or gives a lesson.

The real story from God is in God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible) and to avoid confusing anyone the Rabbis gave animals the magic power to talk and understand humans to show that the story was human made so as not to confuse it with God’s revelation in God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible).

This gave Jewish Rabbis a big freedom of expression, study and investigation that is still practiced today.

Note that in the Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible) the only two animals that talk is one that talked when an angel was present and another that talked when Satan (Shaitan) was present.

See Are there talking animals in the Bible?

In Quran 27:16 comment

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2d. Here is an example that shows how Jewish rabbis write stories to teach a lesson based on King Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) travels on an invented magic flying carpet.

"Flying further, King Solomon (Sulaiman) noticed a magnificent palace to which there appeared to be no entrance. He ordered the demons (jinn) to climb to the roof and see if they could discover any living being within the building. The demons (jinn) found there only an eagle which they took to King Solomon (Sulaiman). It was asked if it knew of an entrance to the palace, the eagle said that it (the eagle) was 700 years of age but it had never seen such an entrance. An older brother of the eagle who was 900 years old was then found, but it also did not know of an entrance. The oldest brother of these two birds, which was 1,300 years old, then said that it had been told by its father that the door was on the west side, but that it had become hidden by wind that had blown sand over it (the door). Having discovered the entrance, King Solomon (Sulaiman) found many inscriptions on the doors. In the interior of the palace was an idol having in its mouth a silver tablet with the following inscription in Greek, “I, Shaddad, the son of 'Ad, ruled over a million cities, rode on a million horses, had under me a million servants, and killed a million solders, but I could not defend myself against the angel of death.”
See
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=894&letter=S and see the article called Solomon's Carpet.

 

2e. Although God gives much detail about how the Temple of Solomon (Sulaiman) was constructed in God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible) a student might ask what tool was used to cut the rocks that were used to built the Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds).

A Jewish rabbi might have invented this story as an answer.

“The most important of Solomon's deeds was his building of the Temple, in which he was assisted by angels and demons (jinn). Indeed, the structure was miraculously constructed with large, heavy stones rising to and settling in their respective places by themselves. The general opinion of the Rabbis is that King Solomon (Sulaiman) cut the stones by means of the Shamir, a (magic) worm whose mere touch cracked rocks. According to Midrash Tehillim, the Shamir (magic worm) was brought from Paradise by the eagle but most of the rabbis state that King Solomon (Sulaiman) was informed of the (magic) worm's location through the chief of the demons (jinn) who was captured by Benaiah, Solomon's chief minister. The chief of the demons, Ashmedai or Asmodeus, told King Solomon (Sulaiman) that the Shamir (magic worm) had been given by the prince of the sea to the mountain cock (lapwing, hoopoe) and that the (mountain) cock (lapwing, hoopoe) had sworn to guard it well. King Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) men searched for the nest of the bird and, having found it, covered it with glass. The bird (lapwing, hoopoe) returned, and, seeing the entrance to its nest closed by what it supposed to be a glass door, brought the shamir (magic worm) for the purpose of breaking the glass. Just then a shout was hear and the bird, being frightened, dropped the Shamir (magic worm), which the men carried off to the king.

See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=894&letter=S and see the article called Solomon's Temple.

 

(Comment 3a. In Quran 16:43 God instructed Prophet Muhammad ask those who know the Scripture (the Jews and the Christians), if you (Prophet Muhammad) do not know (something).

Quran 16:43 And We (God) did not sent (as God’s messengers) before you (Prophet Muhammad) anyone but men whom We (God) inspired (to invite people to believe in God who is the One creator of everything). So ask of those who know the Scripture (the Torah (Taurat), the Gospel (Injil)), if you (Prophet Muhammad) do not know (something).

 

3b. In Quran 16:43 God told Prophet Muhammad to ask the Jews and the Christians any question. Prophet Muhammad would have heard Jewish children learning the stories of the Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith, stories that were written by the rabbis) as well as the Torah (Taurat) that was revealed by God. Prophet Muhammad heard everything that God had willed.

God revealed to Prophet Muhammad many times in God’s Quran that God’s Torah (Taurat) is correct.

God protects His Quran, His Torah (Tawrah, Tawrat, Taurat, Tavrat) and His Gospel (Injil, Injeel, Enjil, Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 

God protects His word.

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

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

04 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/god-protects-his-torah-gospel-and-quran  

04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

04B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran  

 

 

3c. God revealed to Prophet Muhammad corrections to some Rabbinic Jewish literature – 1.

God revealed to Prophet Muhammad many times in God’s Quran that God’s Torah (Taurat) is correct but some of the human made lessons in the Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith, stories from humans) were not correct.

One of the Rabbinic literature (Jewish hadith, stories from humans) that God showed was incorrect was this one about 'Uzza and 'Azzael because it tells the Jewish students of God to believe that you can trust the Devil and that the Devil can help you with your problems and it also incorrectly teaches that angels disobey God and that Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) gained his knowledge from the Devils:

"King Solomon (Sulaiman) used to sail through the air on a throne of light placed on an eagle, which brought him near the heavenly yeshibah (the meeting of the knowledgeable) as well as to the dark mountains behind which the fallen angels 'Uzza and Azzael (Azazel, Azazael) were chained. The eagle would rest on the chains and King Solomon (Sulaiman) by means of a ring on which God's name was engraved, would compel the two angels to reveal every mystery he desired to know."
See
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=894&letter=S and see the article called Solomon's Eagle.

 

3d. God revealed to Prophet Muhammad corrections to some Rabbinic Jewish literature – 2.

God revealed to Prophet Muhammad corrections to some Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith stories from humans) that had major errors in their lessons and in their commentary about God’s revelation which is correct in God’s Torah (Taurat) but was faulty in some Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish Hadith stories from humans).

In the Quran, God corrected errors in some Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith) and showed the Jews in Yathrib (Medina (Madinah), Arabia today Saudi Arabia) the correct way to tell that story.

Quran 2:102 And they (some of the Jews of Yathrib (Medina (Madinah)) in Arabia) believe what the evil ones said about the special powers of Solomon (Sulaiman) during the time of his kingdom (they said his power was magic). (The truth is) Solomon (Sulaiman) had faith (in God and all his powers were from God). It was the evil ones who were disbelievers who taught magic that had been revealed to (Angel) Harut (Haaroot, Haroot) and (Angel) Marut (Maaroot, Maroot) in Babylon. These Angels first said, “We are a test for your faith, do not disbelieve in God (by learning magic from us) and to those who disbelieved they taught the magic that caused dispute between husband and wife and caused harm only with God’s permission. They learned what harmed them (evil) and not what profited them (faith in God) and they knew (they were warned) that buyers of it (magic) would have no happiness in the Hereafter. If they only knew how terrible the price was (for learning the magic) for which they sold their souls (for a place in fire in the hereafter).

 

 

(Comment 4. In the Quran God has shown to the Jews that Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith from humans) is acceptable because God himself uses it in the Quran.

But God also shows that care needs to be taken because God has shown that there were errors in the time of Prophet Muhammad in some Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish hadith from humans) which God corrected and revealed the corrections in the Quran as guidance to the Jews.

God gives no guarantees about the correctness of human made hadith so Jewish hadith in Rabbinic Jewish literature after the time of Prophet Muhammad needs to be examined carefully by learning the lessons from the corrections that God has made in the Quran.

This is the same warning for Muslim hadith (human made stories) because the only Muslim hadith God has guaranteed is in God’s Quran, God’s Torah (Taurat) and God’s Gospel (Injil).

 

(Comment 5. The Quran reveals that God gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) power over the devils (Shaitans) and every kind of builder and diver.

This is the same as saying, “God revealed that the Temple was constructed when God gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) the power of protection from the devils (Shaitans, meaning God gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) righteousness so that the devils could not lead him away from God)) and power over every kind of builder and diver.

 

(Comment 6. When God revealed the Gospel (Injil) God had already revealed the Torah (Taurat) so it was not necessary to repeat what was in the Torah (Taurat) again.

When God revealed the Quran it was also not necessary to repeat what was in the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) because they were already available for anyone who wanted to look at them.

So what does God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible in First Kings) reveal about the construction of the first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds) by King Solomon (Sulaiman)?

1 Kings Chapter 5:9 And God gave King Solomon (Sulaiman) great wisdom and understanding equal to the amount of sand that is on the sea-shore.

1 Kings Chapter 5:23 (King Hiram (Huram) in the sea port of Tyre in Phoenicia today Lebanon sent a message to King Solomon (Sulaiman) regarding timber of cedar and timber of cypress saying), “My servants shall bring them down from Lebanon to the sea and I shall make them into rafts to go by sea to the place that you shall desire (them to be delivered).”

1 Kings Chapter 10:11 And the navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from Ophir (Africa), brought in from Ophir (Africa) a great amount of sandal-wood and valuable stones.

1 Kings Chapter 10:12 And the king (Solomon (Sulaiman)) used the sandal-wood to make pillars for the house of the Lord ((God) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)), and for the king's house ((palace) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)) and harps (harp is a stringed musical instrument) and psalteries (psaltery is a stringed musical instrument) for the singers; never has such (excellent quality for producing beautiful music) sandal-wood ever come before that time or since this day.

1 Kings Chapter 5:27 And King Solomon (Sulaiman) raised a workforce of thirty thousand (30,000 people) out of all Israel.

1 Kings Chapter 5:8 And he (King Solomon (Sulaiman)) sent ten thousand (10,000 people) a month to Lebanon, and for two months they stayed (and rested) at home and Adoniram supervised the raising of the work force.

1 Kings Chapter 5:29 And King Solomon (Sulaiman) had three score and ten thousand (3 times 20 = 60 times 10,000 = 600,000 men) that carried loads (of construction materials), and four score thousand (4 times 20 = 80 times 1,000 = 80,000 people) that were in the mountains to cut out (stones used for construction).

1 Kings Chapter 5:30 With King Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) chief officers who supervised the work there were three thousand and three hundred (3,300 people) who supervised the people who were working.

1 Kings Chapter 5:31 And the king commanded, and they (the workers and their supervisors) cut out great costly stones, to lay the foundation of the house with stone that was cut out (in the mountains).

1 Kings Chapter 5:32 And King Solomon’s (Sulaiman’s) builders and King Hiram's (Huram’s) builders and the Gebalites (the people of Gebal in Phoenicia) did fashion them, and prepared the timber and the stones to build the house (of God, the first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al Quds), the first Hebrew Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), The first House of God in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), The first Temple of God in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)).

1 Kings Chapter 6:38 …. So it took him (King Solomon (Sulaiman)) seven years to building it (the first Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), the first Hebrew Temple in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), The first House of God in Jerusalem (Al-Quds), The first Temple of God in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)).

1 Kings Chapter 7:1 And King Solomon (Sulaiman) finished building his own house (palace) in thirteen years.

1 Kings Chapter 7:13 And king Solomon (Sulaiman) sent and fetched Hiram out of (the sea port of) Tyre (in Phoenicia today Lebanon).

1 Kings Chapter 7:14 He (Hiram) was the son of a widow of the tribe of Naphtali (descendants of the sixth son of Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel)), and his father was a man of Tyre, a worker in brass who was filled with wisdom and understanding and skill to work all works in brass. And he came to king Solomon (Sulaiman) and did all his work.

1 Kings Chapter 9:26 And king Solomon (Sulaiman) made a navy of ships in Ezion-geber (on the north coast of the Gulf of Akabah on the Red Sea), which is beside Eloth (Elah, Elath, El-paran, today Elat in Israel), on the shore of the Red Sea, in the land of Edom (earlier called Seir).

1 Kings Chapter 9:27 And King Hiram (of the sea port of Tyre in Phoenicia, today Lebanon) sent to that navy his servants and shipmen that had knowledge of the sea (to work) with the servants of Solomon (Sulaiman).

1 Kings Chapter 9:28 And (with their ships) they went to Ophir (somewhere on the coast of Africa were gold, silver, ivory, wood, valuable stones, apes and peacocks were obtained) and brought back from there gold, four hundred and twenty (420) talents (one talent of weight was equal to 3,000 shekels), and brought it to King Solomon (Sulaiman).

1 Kings Chapter 9:10 And by the end of twenty years (King Solomon (Sulaiman) had built the two houses, the house of the Lord ((God) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)) and the king's house ((the palace) in Jerusalem (Al-Quds)).

1 Kings Chapter 10:11 And the navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from Ophir (Africa), brought in from Ophir (Africa) a great amount of sandal-wood and valuable stones.

1 Kings Chapter 10:12 And the king (Solomon (Sulaiman)) used the sandal-wood to make pillars for the house of the Lord (God), and for the king's house (palace) and harps (harp is a stringed musical instrument) and psalteries (psaltery is a stringed musical instrument) for the singers; never has such (excellent quality for producing beautiful music) sandal-wood ever come before that time or since this day.

1 Kings Chapter 10:22 For the king (King Solomon (Sulaiman)) had at sea a navy of Tarshish (large sailing trading ships that travelled to Ophir (Africa) from the Red Sea naval base at Ezion-geber on the north coast of the Gulf of Akabah on the Red Sea which is beside Eloth (Elah, Elath, El-paran, today Elat in Israel) with the navy of King Hiram (large sailing trading ships that travelled to Tartessus in Southern Spain from the sea port at Tyre in Phoenicia, today Lebanon); once every three years came the navy of Tarshish, bringing gold, and silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks.

1 Kings Chapter 10:23 So King Solomon (Sulaiman) exceeded all the kings of the earth in riches and in wisdom.

 

(Comment 7. From what God revealed in the Torah (Taurat), God in the Quran correctly describes as God gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) power over the devils (Shaitans) and every kind of builder and diver.

This is the same as saying, “God revealed that the Temple was constructed when God gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) the power of protection from the devils (Shaitans, meaning God gave Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman) righteousness so that the devils could not lead him away from God)) and power over every kind of builder and diver.

 

(Comment 8. God uses many styles to present God’s stories.

Story style one:

In Quran 36:14 God describes a story involving Prophet Moses (Musa) and Prophet Jesus (Isa) and Prophet Muhammad who are in the same town on the same day. They are not named but it is clear to the reader who the 3 unnamed prophets are and what the story is telling us.

Prophet Moses, Jesus and Muhammad are alive in heaven today. 

36 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-36-prophet-moses-jesus-and-muhammad-are-alive-in-heaven-today  

36a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-36-prophet-musa-isa-and-muhammad-are-alive-in-heaven-today

36b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-36-hazrat-musa-isa-and-muhammad-are-alive-in-heaven-today

 

Story style two:

In the Quran 28:6, 28:8, 28:38, 28:41, 28:42 the Pharaoh (Firon) in ancient Egypt and Haman in Persia (today Iran) are in the same place on the same day although they lived at different times in history. They are named together but in this story the style of this revelation is being used to show that Pharaoh ((Firon) is giving the Hell fire of disbelief to Haman who lives in the future.

09 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-in-the-quran 

09A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-in-the-quran-a

09B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/haman-in-the-quran-aa

 

Story style three:

In Quran 37:101 Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) is given the “Good news” of an unnamed son and in Quran 37:102 “he” the son in Quran 37:101 is to be sacrificed.

Who is the son? See how God unrolls a third style of story telling:

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq (Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak, Isaac) in the Quran.

Quran 37:99 – 37:113 PART 2.

37-2 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-prophet-ishaq-in-the-quran 

37a-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hazrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

37b-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

 

Story style four:

In Quran 38:37 God uses the style of the Rabbinic Jewish literature (Jewish Hadith stories from humans) to attract the attention of the Jews who are familiar with this style so as to correct and warn them of errors in those human made hadith (stories from humans) and show the Jews the correct way to tell those stories. It is also a warning that such stories including Muslim hadith stories from humans have no guarantee from God that they are correct.

See God revealed to Prophet Muhammad corrections to some Rabbinic Jewish literature in Quran 38:37 comment 3c – 3d.

 

Story style five:

This is that same as the various styles found in God’s Gospel (Injil) and God’s Torah (Taurat).

Each of God’s revelations is in its own language directed to the people of that time but all of them have the same message from God to pray to him (God) and not to his creations (such as the Sun or Moon or stars or comets or devils or saints or prophets or dead people or living people or animals or birds or statues or mountains or rivers or volcanoes or idols). God asks are you praying to the creator or mistakenly praying to something or someone that God created?

God protects His Quran, His Torah (Al-Tawrah, Al-Tawrat, Al-Taurat, Al-Tavrat) and His Gospel (Al-Injil, Al-Injeel, Al-Enjil, Al-Enjeel, Al-Enjeel). 
God protects His word.

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

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

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04A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-protects-his-taurat-injil-and-quran   

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Quran 38:38 Verse 38:38 And others (slaves) who were chained together.

(Comment 1. God’s Quran 38:38 is confirmed by God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible in First Kings).

1 Kings Chapter 7:20 All the people that were left of the Amorites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites, who were not from the children of Israel.

1 Kings Chapter 7:21 Even their children that were left after them in the land, whom the children of Israel were not able to destroy, from them King Solomon (Sulaiman) raised a work force of slaves (for public construction works).

1 Kings Chapter 7:22 But from the children of Israel, King Solomon (Sulaiman) made none to be a slave but they (the children of Israel) were the soldiers, and his servants, and his princes, and his captains, and rulers of his chariots and of his horsemen.

 

 

Quran 38:39 Verse 38:39 (And God said to Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)), “(All) this is Our (God’s) gift (to you) without conditions which you may give to others or keep (for yourself).

 

Quran 38:40 Verse 38:40 And he (Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)) is near to Us (God’s mercy) and a happy place of return (to God and Paradise).

 

Quran 38:41 Verse 38:41 And (Prophet Muhammad) mention Our (God’s) servant Prophet Job (Ayub), when he called to his Lord ((God) saying), “Satan (Shaitan) has troubled me with suffering and torment.”

 

Quran 38:42 Verse 38:42 (And God replied), “Hit the ground with your foot. This (water spring) is a cool bath and a drink (for you).”

 

Quran 38:43 Verse 38:43 And We (God) returned his (Prophet Job’s (Ayub’s)) family and more as a mercy from Us (God), and (made this story) a remembrance for people of understanding.

(Comment 1. God’s Quran 38:43 is confirmed by God’s Old Bible (Taurat in the Old Testament, Jewish Bible, Hebrew Bible in the writings of Job, the book of Job) were Prophet Job (Ayub) rejects the idea that punishment is the result of sin and after the trial that is caused with God’s permission, by Satan (Shaitan) causing suffering and torment to him (Prophet Job (Ayub)), God gives Prophet Job (Ayub) twice the number of what he use to have before his troubles.

 

 

Quran 38:44 Verse 38:44 (God told Prophet Job (Ayub) how to keep his oath that he made when he was sick and not harm his wife), "And take in your hand a bundle of (100) thin (soft) grass and strike (your wife gently only once) with it, and do not break your oath (given when you were ill that you would punish your wife for what she had said with 100 lashes if you recovered your health). We (God) found him (Prophet Job (Ayub)) to be a patient excellent servant (of God). He (Prophet Job (Ayub)) was often turning in repentance (to God).

 

Quran 38:45 Verse 38:45 And mention Our (God’s) servant Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and Prophet Jacob ((Yaqub) who were), men with strength (of faith in God) and vision (to understand the will of God).

(Comment 1. After the story of the sacrifice of the son of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) in Quran chapter 37 God confirmations in Quran chapter 38 what God has revealed in Quran chapter 37.

 

(Comment 2. How was Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and Prophet Jacob ((Yaqub) blessed with vision to understand the will of God?

In Quran 37:102 Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) had a vision (dream) of sacrificing his son and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) understood the meaning of that vision (dream).

Quran 37:102 And, when he (“he” is the “good news son” Prophet Isaac (Ishaq), that God promised in Quran 37:101) was old enough to work with him (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), he (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)) said, "O my dear son (Prophet Isaac (Ishaq)), I see in a dream (vision) that I am slaughtering (sacrificing) you, (my son) what do you think?" He (Prophet Isaac (Ishaq)) said, "O my father, do as you are commanded, God willing you shall find me patience (not complaining).”  

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq (Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak, Isaac) in the Quran.

Quran 37:99 – 37:113 PART 2.

37-2 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-prophet-ishaq-in-the-quran 

37a-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hazrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

37b-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

 

(Comment 3. How was Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and Prophet Jacob ((Yaqub) blessed with vision to understand the will of God?

In Quran 12:4 – 12:7 God gives the story of another son, Prophet Joseph (Yusuf, Yusuuf, Yosef) and his father Prophet Jacob (Yaqub, Israel) who both interpreted a dream where the son might be killed and God says that He (God) gave them that power to interpret and understand the meaning of dreams as a favour from God in the same way that God gave that same power to Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) in an earlier time).

Quran 12:6 Verse 12:6 “And so your Lord (God) shall choose you (Prophet Joseph (Yusuf)) and shall teach you the interpretation of stories (dreams) and shall perfect His (God’s) favour on you and on the family of Prophet Jacob (Yaqob, Israel) as He (God) perfected it on your fathers before you, (who were) Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim, Ibraham Ibraheem, Ibraahiim, Ebrahim, Avraham) and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq, Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak). Your Lord (God) knows all things and is wise.” 

 

See Quran 12:4 – 12:7

12 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-12-is-the-god-of-prophet-moses-jesus-and-muhammad-the-same-god

12a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-12-is-the-allah-of-prophet-musa-isa-and-muhammad-the-same-allah

12b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-12-is-the-allaah-of-prophet-musa-isa-and-muhammad-the-same-allaah

 

 

(Comment 4. God is connecting those with the power of vision (dreams) together in Quran 38:45.

God has not included Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) with the blessing of vision in Quran 38:45 but instead God purposefully mentions Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) separately without his father in the next verse Quran 38:48. Why? Because God is showing us that the father and the son who was to be sacrificed in the vision (dream) was Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran 38:45.

During the time of the sacrifice Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) was “the only son” living with Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) because God had already taken Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) away from Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) into God’s care in the desert.

In Quran 38:48 God mentions Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) without his father because God had taken Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar) away to God’s care in the desert and God was now asking Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) to give as a sacrifice to God Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was “the only son” that Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) still had living with him.

Would Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) sacrifice to God “his only son” Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was the only son left with Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)? Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) had earlier already given away his first son Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) to God’s care by leaving Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar) in the desert with little food or water. God had already taken the first son and now God wanted “the only son” Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was still living with Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) to be sacrificed. That was the test from God.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq (Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak, Isaac) in the Quran.

Quran 37:99 – 37:113 PART 2.

37-2 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-prophet-ishaq-in-the-quran 

37a-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hazrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

37b-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

 

 

Quran 38:46 Verse 38:46 We (God) gave them (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and Prophet Jacob ((Yaqub)) a sincerity of purpose (faith in God) so that they (always) remembered (that) their (final) home (is in the Hereafter).

 

Quran 38:47 Verse 38:47 They (Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) and Prophet Jacob ((Yaqub)) are among the excellent (servants) who are chosen (as messengers) by Us (God).

 

Quran 38:48 Verse 38:48 And mention Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and Prophet Elisha (Al-Yasha) and Prophet Ezekiel (Zulkifl (Dhul-Kifl)). All are among the chosen (messengers of God).

(Comment 1. Where was Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) during the sacrifice of Prophet Isaac (Ishaq)?

God is connecting those with the power of vision (dreams) together in Quran 38:45.

God has not included Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) with the blessing of vision in Quran 38:45 but instead God purposefully mentions Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) separately without his father in the next verse Quran 38:48. Why? Because God is showing us that the father and the son who was to be sacrificed in the vision (dream) was Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) in Quran 38:45.

During the time of the sacrifice Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) was “the only son” living with Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) because God had already taken Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) away from Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) into God’s care in the desert.

In Quran 38:48 God mentions Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) without his father because God had taken Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar) away to God’s care in the desert and God was now asking Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) to give as a sacrifice to God Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was “the only son” that Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) still had living with him.

Would Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) sacrifice to God “his only son” Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was the only son left with Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim)? Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) had earlier already given away his first son Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) to God’s care by leaving Prophet Ishmael (Ismail) and his mother Hagar (Hajar) in the desert with little food or water. God had already taken the first son and now God wanted “the only son” Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) who was still living with Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) to be sacrificed. That was the test from God.

Sacrifice of Prophet Ishaq (Isac, Isaq, Isaaq, Ishaak, Ishak, Is'haq, Yizhaq, Yitzchak, Isaac) in the Quran.

Quran 37:99 – 37:113 PART 2.

37-2 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-prophet-ishaq-in-the-quran 

37a-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hazrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

37b-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-37-part-2-sacrifice-of-hadhrat-ishaq-in-al-quran

 

 

Quran 38:49 Verse 38:49 This is a reminder for those who keep their duty (to God) of a good end to their journey (in a second life in the Hereafter).

 

Quran 38:50 Verse 38:50 Where the gates of the Garden of Eternity (Paradise) shall be opened for them.

 

Quran 38:51 Verse 38:51 Where they shall lie back (seated in comfort in Paradise) and they shall call for any amount of fruit and drink (they desire).

 

Quran 38:52 Verse 38:52 And with them are matched companions with modest gaze (meaning, faithful mates).

 

Quran 38:53 Verse 38:53 That is what you are promised on the Day of Accounting (the Day of Judgement).

 

Quran 38:54 Verse 38:54 It is Our (God’s) provision (to you in Paradise) and it shall never end.

 

Quran 38:55 Verse 38:55 That is for (the righteous). But for the wrongdoer theirs is the journey for the evil (that ends in Hell in the Hereafter).

 

Quran 38:56 Verse 38:56 Where they shall burn in Hell which is a resting-place for evil.

 

Quran 38:57 Verse 38:57 And they (who are wrongdoers) shall drink bad-smelling boiling-water.

 

Quran 38:58 Verse 38:58 Together with other similar torments.

 

Quran 38:59 Verse 38:59 (Those in Hell shall say), “Here is another group being thrown in (to hell).” But no one (happily) welcomes them. They shall all be burning in the Fire.

 

Quran 38:60 Verse 38:60 They (who followed the misguided leaders) say, “For you (the misguided leaders) there is no word of welcome. You prepared this (consequences) for us (by your wrong leadership). How unfortunate is the consequence (now).”

 

Quran 38:61 Verse 38:61 They (who followed the misguided leaders) shall say, “Our Lord (God), Whoever brought this (misguidance) to us, give that person a double portion of the (punishment of the) Fire.

 

Quran 38:62 Verse 38:62 And they (who are in Hell fire) shall say, "What is the matter with us that we do not see people who we regarded as being among the wicked (meaning, those who believed in God)?"

 

Quran 38:63 Verse 38:63 Did we ridicule them (wrongly), or have our eyes missed (seeing) them (here in Hell fire with us)?

 

Quran 38:64 Verse 38:64 That is truly how those who shall live in the Fire shall argue.

 

Quran 38:65 Verse 38:65 Say (Prophet Muhammad), “I am only a warner and there is no god except God, the One (creator), the One no one can resist.”

 

Quran 38:66 Verse 38:66 “Lord (God) of the heavens and the earth and all that is between them (who is) the mighty and the forgiving.”

 

Quran 38:67 Verse 38:67 Say, “It (the Quran) is great news.”

 

Quran 38:68 Verse 38:68 “From which you turn away.”

 

Quran 38:69 Verse 38:69 “I had no knowledge of the exalted gathering (of angels) when they discussed (the creation of Prophet Adam).”

 

Quran 38:70 Verse 38:70 “It has only been revealed to me that I am a clear warner (from God).”

 

Quran 38:71 Verse 38:71 Mention when your Lord (God) said to the angels, “I shall create a human from clay.”

 

Quran 38:72 Verse 38:72 So when I (God) have made him (Adam) and have breathed into him My (God’s) (created) Spirit (a Spirit created by Me (God)), then fall down and prostrate yourselves to him (Adam, Adem, Aadam).

 

Quran 38:73 Verse 38:73 All the angels fell down prostrating (to Prophet Adam).

 

Quran 38:74 Verse 38:74 Except Iblis (who later became known as Satan (Shaitan)), he was proud and became one of the disbelievers (in God’s authority over his desires).

(Comment 1. Iblis was not an angel. Iblis was the first jinn created by God. Jinn are made from smokeless fire.

 

 

Quran 38:75 Verse 38:75 He (God) said, “Iblis, What prevented you from falling down prostrate in front of what I (God) have created with both My (God’s) hands (meaning, what God himself created)? Were you too proud (to prostrate (to bow down)) or are you among the highly exalted?

 

Quran 38:76 Verse 38:76 He ((Iblis) who later became known as Satan (Shaitan)) said, “I am better than him (Prophet Adam). You created me of fire and him (Prophet Adam) you created from clay.”

 

Quran 38:77 Verse 38:77 He (God) said (to Iblis who later became known as Satan (Shaitan)), “Go out from here, you are expelled (from Paradise).

 

Quran 38:78 Verse 38:78 And surely My (God’s) curse is on you (Iblis who later became known as Satan (Shaitan)) till the Day of Judgment.

 

Quran 38:79 Verse 38:79 He (Iblis who later became known as Satan (Shaitan)) said, “My Lord (God), Delay for me (my punishment) until the day when they (humankind) are raised (back to life on the Day of Resurrection).”

 

Quran 38:80 Verse 38:80 He (God) said, “You (Iblis (Satan (Shaitan))) are delayed (from your punishment).

 

Quran 38:81 Verse 38:81 Until the appointed day and time (the Day of Resurrection).

 

Quran 38:82 Verse 38:82 He (Iblis (Satan (Shaitan))) said, “By then I shall have misled all of them (humans).”

 

How does God test the faith of all humans?

(Comment 1. Satan whispered to the Jews, “Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) is not a prophet of God because humans killed Jesus (Isa) and God did not protect him.” Prophet Muhammad revealed to the Jews that Prophet Jesus (Isa) was not killed on the cross. In the Gospel (Injil) Prophet Jesus (Isa) was seen a few days after the crucifixion in excellent health and in both the Gospel (Injil) and the Quran Prophet Jesus (Isa) was raised by God into heaven just as God had raised Prophet Elijah (Elias) into heaven in the Torah (Taurat).

 

(Comment 2. Satan whispered to the Christians, “Jesus (Eesa, Esa, Isa, Iesa, Iesus, Yasu, Yeshua) is God so built idols of him and pray to him.” Prophet Muhammad revealed to the Christians that Prophet Jesus (Isa) is a creation and a messenger of God. Prophet Jesus (Isa) is not the creator. Only God the creator of everything has the power to hear prayer.

 

(Comment 3. Satan whispered to the Muslims, “Do not believe the Quran where God has not ordered stoning to death for adultery in God’s completed and perfected last revelation to all humankind, instead believe human hadith (stories from humans) which order stoning to death for adultery above God’s hadith (the Quran).

God removed stoning to death for adultery.

The error of stoning to death for adultery

How God removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah (Taurat), Gospel (Injil) and Quran.

How God removed stoning to death in the Quran three times.

In the Quran the law for illegal sexual intercourse for unmarried Muslims is Quran 4:15 – 4:18.

In the Quran the law for adultery by married Muslims is Quran 4:25 and 24:1 – 24:2.

Forgiveness for all sins is confirmed in Quran 4:17 – 4:18, 4:110, 25:68 – 25:71.

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03A Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

03B Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/allaah-removed-stoning-to-death-for-adultery

 

 

Quran 38:83 Verse 38:83 Except those among them (humans) who are your (God’s) chosen servants.

 

Quran 38:84 Verse 38:84 God said, “What I (God) say shall come to happen.”

 

Quran 38:85 Verse 38:85 “That I (God) shall fill Hell with you (Satan (Shaitan)) and all those who follow you.”

 

Quran 38:86 Verse 38:86 Say (Prophet Muhammad to the people), “I ask of you no payment for this (Quran), and I am not pretending (to be God’s messenger).”

(Comment 1. Prophet Muhammad did not invent the Quran. Prophet Muhammad did not pretend to be a messenger of God).

 

 

Quran 38:87 Verse 38:87 It (the Quran) is a reminder (from God) for all the world (of humans and jinn).

 

Quran 38:88 Verse 38:88 And in time (in the Hereafter) you shall know the truth of it (the Quran).

 

 

 

See Quran chapter 38 part 2. Index.

38-2 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-38-index-the-sin-of-ewe-and-hadhrat-dawud

38a-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-38-index-mahdi-mehdi-dajjal-dijjal-return-of-Jesus

38b-2 Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-38-index-when-is-the-next-caliphate-khilafa


 

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This is not a perfect translation of the Quran because the Quran is in the Arabic language. 
The Arabic language in the Quran must be understood as it was understood over 1400 years ago. 
God guides who He wills to the correct understanding of the Quran. 
In the English language the word Allah is God. 
Allah (God) is the creator of the Jews, Christians, Muslims and everyone and everything that exists.

 

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