Thursday, February 20, 2014

Shabir Ally Proves That Jesus Is God!

According to popular Muslim speaker Shabir Ally, the Gospel of John refers to Jesus in chapter 16, verse 7, where Jesus says, "Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you." Notice that Jesus says, "I will send Him." Muslims believe that Muhammad was sent by Allah, but the Comforter is sent by Jesus. This means that, if the Comforter is Muhammad, Jesus must be God! Thank you, Shabir Ally, for proving that Jesus is God!

6 comments:

dan gallant said...

Islam?......turn it up turn it down and shake it sideways....it always implodes on itself

Rat54 said...

Praise God.. our raisen Lord and savior Jesus christ.. Muslims always try sooo soooo hard to prove that their islam to be authentic lol.. they are lost sheeps.

PAT Rallay said...

In Koran Holy Spirit is Jibril. therefore Muhammad cannot be the Holy spirit as they claimed.

Sahih International
Say, [O Muhammad], "The Pure Spirit (Holy Spirit) has brought it down from your Lord in truth to make firm those who believe and as guidance and good tidings to the Muslims."

I concur that,
1. if Muhammad is the Holy Spirit then Muhammad entered the womb of Mary during the annunciation.
2. And if he indeed the paraclete, then Muhammad, through the lips of the apostles testified about the death and resurrection of Christ since he came as tongues of fire. (Which is against the Koran)
3. Finally, Muhammad cannot be the Holy Spirit, because he is the physical entity NOT Spiritual. above all Muhammad died and Holy Spirit DONT die..

BOOTA SINGH said...

ANOTHER COUNSELLOR PROMISED
15 “If you love Me, you will keep[h] My commands. 16 And I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Counsellor to be with you forever.17 He is the Spirit of truth. The world is unable to receive Him because it doesn’t see Him or know Him. But you do know Him, because He remains with you and will be[i] in you. 18 I will not leave you as orphans; I am coming to you.
Muslims you have to be very careful when you are quoting these verses. According to Christians Jesus is God that God Almighty manifested in the shape of Jesus Christ. So according to you Muslims, these verses are for Muhammad, It means Jesus is Master of Muhammad.

The word comforter in Greek is “Parakletos”. Jesus promised the comforter would be with the disciples forever. Muhammad does not fit in those criteria on several reasons. Muhammad was more than 600 years after Jesus. He never had seen Jesus, Muhammad was born 600 km away from where Jesus’ birth took place. At the age of 40 all of sudden Muhammad came to know that he is a prophet. He himself does not know it. His elderly first wife confirm for him.

Jesus promise was fulfilled after the 40 days of his Ascension, read Acts 2:1-36.
a) In the scripture it says, the Holy Spirit came to them, like violent rushing wind. So you are trying to tell us that it was Muhammad who came out like a violent rushing wind???!!!
b) Scripture tell us that the Holy Spirit came to them from heaven. So you are trying to tell us that Muhammad came from heaven, how can sinners will be in heaven? While the Qur’an and Hadith’s are telling very different storeys of Muhammad. The Qur’an is openly criticizing Muhammad to ask forgiveness of your sins (Q 47:19).
c) Scripture says, the Holy Spirit came to them like Tongues, flames of fire and rested on each of them. As you believe that Muhammad is comforter, it means he was burning on flames???!!!-Lol,
The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you always, Amen.
Shalom.

ali said...

this answer, Shabir has responded to it when he debate sam, where he said clearly, not because he quote from the bible it means he need to accept that all what is written in the bible it true. This video for me is just a desperate move to try to convince themselves that the christians are on the right path and that the muslims are wrong

David Wood said...

LOL! So, Ali, your answer is that it's okay for Shabir to quote PART of a verse to defend Islam, but to ignore the rest of the verse, which proves that Islam is false? Is that an acceptable method of interpretation? Since I don't believe in the Qur'an, are you saying it would be okay for me to quote PART of a verse to defend Christianity, but to ignore the rest of the verse?