May You Find Peace In Truth… April 2, 2010Posted by Enterlight in Uncategorized.
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Peace and blessings be upon you.
The greeting of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Mohammad (pbut) and all the prophets and messengers of God.
This is a space for you to share your views on what you have heard.
The aim of the CD was to help people by God’s permission, see Islam in a clearer light.
The system of God has always been the submission to his will, whether it be at the time of Moses, Jesus, or any of the tens of thousands of prophets sent by God throughout the history of Man.
The message of Islam is NOT new. It did not begin with the prophet Mohammad (pbuh). Every religion which came from God was at one time Islam – that pure and sincere worship of the one true God, or in Arabic, Allah (Glorified and Exalted is He) .
Following on, every God-concious and obedient servant of God who lived at one time or another, was ‘Muslim’ – Arabic for one who is in submission and harmony with God’s will. Indeed, Islam is the state of being in harmony with the will of God. The message which was taught by every messenger and prophet of God; from Adam, to Abraham to Moses and Jesus ending with the seal of messengers, Mohammad (peace be upon them all).
All messengers including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus carried and lived the same mission of sincere worship to the creater, living in accordance to what God wanted of them, and were therefore in submission or ‘muslim’ for God.
While with time, the original teachings of these prophets and messengers eroded and became distorted, the Prophet Mohammad was sent as the final messenger, given the final scripture, the Quran as guidance for those seeking the pleasure of and harmony with God.
It is precisely through this wilful submission that one draws near to God and discovers that which the heart yearns, intimacy with it’s source, the One, the Merciful. In following the guidance laid down in his final scripture, one follows the steps of his messenger in the effort to be accepted by Him as those upon whom He will bestow his eternal pleasure.
May He draw us ever nearer to Him through loving servitude. Ameen.