Thursday, February 26, 2015

Muslims Teach the Lie that Jesus Will Deny the Cross! - Bible vs. Islamic Prophecy - Part 2 -- Plus Easter Moments Countdown Days 33 & 32

In the previous post we started exploring Joel Richardson's DVD End Times Eyewitness: Israel, Islam and the Unfolding Signs of Messiah's Return. Mr. Richardson exposes the lies the religion of Islam teaches regarding the return of Jesus Christ. (Tweet that!)

It's so easy to see the fingerprints of Satan all over how Islam has twisted the End Times prophecies in the Bible. (Tweet that!)

Joel Richardson on his DVD:

"To discuss the Muslim expectations concerning their two primary Messiah figures, I sat down with … Sheikh Ekrima Said Sabri. Sabri is the President of Quranic and Islamic Studies at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem. He is also the son of the former grand [Muhvdi?] in Jerusalem." 
[Sabri speaking, translated in captions on DVD:] "According to our theology, the Mahdi is a righteous man. Almighty God will send him at the end of days in order to fulfill justice during that period of time he will rule, and then he will die. Mahdi is a normal person. It is important to us, that in our faith, if the Mahdi will appear, we will support him. According to our faith, he will meet with Jesus Christ, and Jesus Christ will come at the end of days and they will work together to establish justice in the world." 
[Joel Richardson:] "According to Muslim belief, when Jesus returns he will come back as a Muslim who will deny that he ever claimed divinity or ever claimed to be the Son of God or ever died on a cross.

[Sabri, translated in captions on DVD:] "When Jesus will come back he will break the cross. It is an illustration of denying the events that took place on the cross, and to proclaim to the world that he was never crucified."

Of course none of this is true. None of it.

Islam teaches their Muslim Jesus will return to publicly deny that he ever died on the cross. Ironic, isn't it, that Muslim extremists called the 21 Coptic Christians they beheaded "People of the Cross." (Tweet that!)

Their own testimony of calling these Christians "People of the Cross" shows the lie of their prophetic teachings and reveals they know it's a lie. (Tweet that!)

"For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to use who are being saved, it is the power of God."  (1 Corinthians 1:18, NIV 1984)

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