Bismallah is shortened for Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Rahim which means in the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate and is said in much the same intention as us Christians say In Jesus' name at the end of each prayer or when we are in distress or are afraid. By the by, Christians in the Middle East say Allah to pertain to God because that is the translation for God in the Arabic regions. Allah and the Christian God and the Jewish Yahweh are one and the same. To be honest, many of us are looking at the wrong places and have identified the wrong enemies. We Christians think Muslims are our enemies and the Jews are one of the best materials for jokes. They look upon us and probably think the same, except we become the jokes because there have been many confusions and deceptions spread out among the three of us. Clever really, because all three of us are called the Abrahamic faiths. We all share the God of Abraham. The One God. The true God. Together and united, we are formidable that no masonic or illuminati effort would dare confront. Did you ever take a good look at the verse on Abraham's burial? Genesis 25:9 "His sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him..." Out of all Abraham's sons, only these two were named to have buried him. In a culture of concubines and polygamy, Abraham fathered many other children that he sent off and dispersed prior to his death. Ishmael had as much a destiny that God intended as He did for Isaac. Ishmael was too to become a great nation.Genesis 17. Our own Bible says "God was with the boy as he grew up." Genesis 21. We may or may not accept that Ishmael was to become a great nation (Abraham was to be the father of many nations, no?) but we cannot close our eyes on this: that God was with Ishmael was he grew up. Now, as for gold and things... there are two types of Muslims: those who have stayed true to the essence of the original Islam of worshipping The Merciful and The Compassionate God - or the very least try to be as faithful to it by their deeds and actions and choices and intentions. and there are those who have twisted the faith to suit their own purpose. You might have heard of Wahabbis.Or they might not even have labels but choose to manipulate God's words to fit their own perception and intention. But that is not exclusive to Islam. We have such in our own tradition (religion). We have congregations that swear by gold dusts falling from heaven during sunday worship or those that claim to be overcome by the Holy Spirit and so howl like hyenas or snort like pigs or bark like dogs or laugh uncontrollably. Then too, we emphasize salvation and never redemption and so we have altar calls by the droves but still live inside unchanged nations or live lives of apathy, compromise or rebellion. We have preachers that are puppets of masons. The Jews have their own fair share of manipulations: Jeremiah 8:8 spoke of lying pens of scribes that made God's laws into a lie; Matthew 16:8-12 where Jesus spoke of the corrupted teachings (the yeast) of the Pharisees and the Sadducees. And is any one of these three traditions under Abrahamic influence evil or wrong in their most original and truest form? Truth we be told even now, thousands of years after, with end times upon us we are still in as much need of redemption as the fathers of our faith(s). Our enemies are not the ones who worship the Eternal Living God. Our enemies are those who do not recognise God's sovereignty no matter what label they might go by. So as we uncover the key elements of the Revelations and the ancient prophesies, keep going back to God's words, keep seeking to know God better and more intimately, and pray to live a life so closely aligned to God that no deception would turn our head and our ears and hearts will be deaf to any whisper of the enemy and his minions.
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Great comment. I'm impressed! I can't believe someone else understands this and looks at things like I do. Thank you
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