Thursday, 14 June 2012

¿Cuál es el principal (Principal) nombre de Dios todopoderoso y lo que él dice acerca de Jesucristo?

The main or principal name of Almighty God is "ALLAH". There is no plural of this word. Similar word is also available in the New Testament (Gospel). It is a view that this word means "Al - Elah" means "Deity". The word "Elah" means "Deity" and "to the" for "The" in Arabic.
The Gospels tell us about the last words of Jesus. According to the Gospels (New Testament) there are three different versions of the last words spoken by Jesus on the cross. The reason is that, only translations of the Gospel are available instead of the original text, revealed in Jesus.
According to mark (15: 34-35), Jesus cried with a great cry "Do Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?". Through the centuries, according to interpreters the last words of Jesus means "do my God, my God, why I've helpless?"
In Hebrew is "Does Eli, Eli, lama azabtani?" in Aramaic "Do Elahi, Elahi, motto sebaqtani?".
The word "Elahi" is available in Arabic, meaning "My God" or "My God". This word is also available in Psalms of David in the same meaning (the text of Psalm 22: 2 in Aramaic).
According to brand, followed by Matthew (27: 46-47) the element of screaming has been further stressed that some of those present at this time would have understood that he (Jesus) was calling for the Prophet Elijah.
According to John (19: 30) "as Jesus took wine, exclaimed: 'Finished' and bowing the head, gave his spirit."
Luke (23: 46) there is a third and a different version of the last words of Jesus "And screaming with a great cry Jesus said" father into thy hands I commit my spirit. "
It is obvious that the scene of the death of Jesus in the past can not be described in a book that revealed about him in his time of life. He is just a historic Declaration which has been added in the Gospel.
Let's talk about the word "father" cited in the translation of the Gospel. There is a word "Rab", meaning "Preserver, Cherisher, holder, teacher, deity or Lord". This word was also used for "father" and its plural is "arbaab" (verse No.31 of surah 9 of the last book of Almighty God.) When used for Almighty God there plural of this word.
Jesus had used the same word of God Almighty, which was wrongly translated as "father" of the interpreters. God Almighty is far from eating, drinking and sexual intercourse. Those who eat and drink are subject to death and never die. He is the creator and all the others are his creatures are subject to death. Adam was born without father and mother, and Jesus was born without a father as Almighty God is omnipotent (have power over all things). According to the verse Desprecio surah No.3 Aal-e-Imran (the family of Imran): "the likeness of Jesus before the Almighty God is like Adam;" He created him of dust, then said to him "To be" and was".
There are two categories of prophets; "Rasool" and "Nabi". The word "Rasool" is derived from the Arabic word "Irsaal" which means "Send". It is used for a Messenger of Almighty God blessed with a book, as Moses, David, Jesus and Muhammad (peace be upon them).
"Nabi" is a/Deputy to "Rasool" as Aaron, Solomon, Zachariah and John (peace be upon them).
The word "Nabi" derives from "Naaib" which means "Deputy or Assistant".
"Rasool" also has the powers of "Nabi" as such is greater than "Nabi". Each Rasool is also a Nabi, but it is not necessary that each Nabi is also a Rasool. Rasool was not killed or murdered as he was especially sent by God Almighty. However, other prophets who were not "Rasool" but only "Nabi", were killed as Zakariya (Zacharias) and John (peace be upon them). Jesus was also a "Rasool" (Messenger of Almighty God blessed with a book) may it was not appropriate for him to be killed and assassinated, but another person of the same likeness was crucified in his place. 156-159 Verses of surah No.4 "An-Nisa" (Women) of the last book of God Almighty say minors:
"He rejected faith;" he uttered against Mary a grave false charge; that they said (in boast), "We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the Messenger of God;" but they killed him not, nor had crucified him. Only a resemblance of her was shown to them. And those who differ therein are full of doubts, without knowledge of (certain). But only conjecture to follow, for of a surety killed him not; Nay, Dios raised him alone; "God is exalted in power, wise and there are none of the people of the book but must believe in him before his death, and the day of judgment will be a witness against them."
God Almighty is also called "Rahmaan" (the most merciful) and also there is no plural of this word. The last two verses of surah No.17 "Bani Israel" (the sons of Israel) have as children:
"Say, appeal to Allah, or call upon Rahmaan: by any name calling him, (it is as well): for to him belong the most beautiful names." Neither speak of their prayer aloud nor speak tone bass, but seek a middle course between.Say, praise be to Allah (God Almighty), not generating any son and has no partner in (his) domain: or him any (should) protect him from humiliation: Yes, extended it for his greatness and glory! "
In verse of surah No.82 Almighty No.5 of God (Alá) admires the Christians and says, "nearest among them in love to the believers find those who say," we Christians "because among them are men devoted to learning and men who have renounced the world, and are not arrogant." Almighty God (ALLAH) sees the faith of inner core and says in verse of surah No.2 No.62: "those who believe and those who follow the Jewish (Scriptures) and the Christians and the Sabians, whoever believe in Almighty God (ALLAH) and the last day and work righteousness, shall have their reward with their Lord, they will not fear, nor shall they cry".

Carrion Tanwir is an Academy, the national book Foundation, and New York Presidential award-winning published writer mainly religious literature. He is a preacher of peace, equality, universal brotherhood, education and charity. Also offers English literature and Urdu of writing and editing services and offers explanations or answers to questions about all aspects of religions Abrahamic through his blog

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