reply to post by letthereaderunderstand
Sorry I was a little bit confused with your own interpretation of the Holy Scriptures.
I am fully aware of the True teachings of Jesus and as I've said before, being a Muslim has made me a better follower of Jesus. One thing for sure is
that he NEVER asked people to worship him instead of God.
Here is part of the True Gospel of Jesus that was lost to his true followers during 325 AD when at the Council of Nicea a penalty of death is imposed
to whosoever has in their possession Jesus' gospel in the original tongue of Jesus. However God has said that " None whatsoever that is hidden will
not become manifest."
'Tell me, I pray you, if ye should give your money into the bank to a publican, and he should give unto you tenfold and twentyfold, would ye not give
to such a man everything that ye had? But I say unto you, verily, that whatsoever ye shall give and shall forsake for love of God, ye receive it back
an hundred-fold, and life everlasting. See then how much ye ought to be content to serve God.
When Jesus had said this, Philip answered: 'We are content to serve God, but we desire, however, to know God, for Isaiah the prophet said: "Verily
thou art a hidden God," and God said to Moses his servant: "I am that which I am."
Jesus answered: 'Philip, God is a good without which there is naught good; God is a being without which there is naught that is; God is a life
without which there is naught that liveth; so great that He filleth all and is everywhere. He alone hath no equal. He hath had no beginning, nor will
He ever have an end, but to everything hath He given a beginning, and to everything shall He give an end. He hath no father nor mother; He hath no
sons. nor brethren. nor companions. And because God hath no body, therefore He eateth not, sleepeth not, dieth not, walketh not, moveth not, but
abideth eternally without human similitude, for that He is incorporeal, uncompounded, immaterial, of the most simple substance. He is so good that He
loveth goodness only; He is so just that when He punisheth or pardoneth it cannot be gainsaid. In short, I say unto thee, Philip, that here on earth
thou canst not see Him nor know Him perfectly; but in His kingdom thou shalt see Him for ever: wherein consisteth all our happiness and glory.'
Philip answered: 'Master, what sayest thou? It is surely written in Isaiah that God is our father; how, then, hath he no sons?'
Jesus answered: 'There are written in the prophets many parables, wherefore thou oughtest not to attend to the letter, but to the sense. For all the
prophets, that are one hundred and forty-four thousand, whom God hath sent into the world, have spoken darkly. But after me shall come the Splendour
of all the prophets and holy ones, and shall shed light upon the darkness of all that the prophets have said, because he is the messenger of God' And
having said this, Jesus sighed and said: 'Have mercy on Israel, O Lord God; and look with pity upon Abraham and upon his seed, in order that they may
serve Thee with truth of heart.
His disciples answered: 'So be it, O Lord our God!'
Jesus said: 'Verily I say unto you, the scribes and doctors have made void the law of God with their false prophecies, contrary to the prophecies of
the true prophets of God: wherefore God is wroth with the house of Israel and with this faithless generation.' His disciples wept at these words, and
said: 'Have mercy, O God, have mercy upon the temple and upon the holy city, and give it not into contempt of the nations that they despise not thy
holy covenant.' Jesus answered: 'So be it, Lord God of our fathers.'
God, through His servant Jesus said, " If your eye be single the whole body will be full of light."
Let your heart therefore be your eye in which to judge the words of God.