Jesus will return


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Jesus, the Prophet and Messiah, is alive and will return to the Earth in the near future. We are Muslims who love Jesus, believe in all his miracles and noble morality, know that he will come back to the world again to save humanity and we are eagerly waiting for this great and blessed event to happen. We believe that Jesus would come back to the earth miraculously in the last days and bring peace, justice and happiness by uniting Christians and Muslims in a common religion and morality. Come, let us prepare together for the second coming of Jesus.


#2

[quote=mikalcino]Jesus, the Prophet and Messiah, is alive and will return to the Earth in the near future. We are Muslims who love Jesus, believe in all his miracles and noble morality, know that he will come back to the world again to save humanity and we are eagerly waiting for this great and blessed event to happen. We believe that Jesus would come back to the earth miraculously in the last days and bring peace, justice and happiness by uniting Christians and Muslims in a common religion and morality. Come, let us prepare together for the second coming of Jesus.
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And what do you mean when you say Jesus is Prophet and Messiah? Is He the Son of God? Is He our Lord God and Savior? Is He one part of the Trinity?

Until I know that you are not simply degrading His position and Glory, I’m afraid I will not be even interested in investigating your group. The web page does have nice graphics, even though I get a tiny hint of disorientation going through the gate…

John


#3

[quote=mikalcino]Jesus, the Prophet and Messiah, is alive and will return to the Earth in the near future. We are Muslims who love Jesus, believe in all his miracles and noble morality, know that he will come back to the world again to save humanity and we are eagerly waiting for this great and blessed event to happen. We believe that Jesus would come back to the earth miraculously in the last days and bring peace, justice and happiness by uniting Christians and Muslims in a common religion and morality. Come, let us prepare together for the second coming of Jesus.
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We believe that Jesus will return, to judge the living and the dead. He already has saved the world, He doesn’t need to come back to do it.


#4

[quote=mikalcino]Jesus, the Prophet and Messiah, is alive and will return to the Earth in the near future. We are Muslims who love Jesus, believe in all his miracles and noble morality, know that he will come back to the world again to save humanity and we are eagerly waiting for this great and blessed event to happen. We believe that Jesus would come back to the earth miraculously in the last days and bring peace, justice and happiness by uniting Christians and Muslims in a common religion and morality. Come, let us prepare together for the second coming of Jesus.
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God bless you. As a Catholic, I have a great love and respect for Muslims as people of the Book, and children of Abraham, our spiritual father in faith. Your desire to seek peace, justice and happiness together with non-Muslims is to be commended.
You have captured the heart of what it means to be Muslim. Peace be upon you.


#5

Before you can welcome Jesus, are you willing to say he is your God and Savior? As I understand the Muslim religion, they do not accept this. Have you now changed your mind?


#6

How can Christians and Muslims unite, when each believes the other to be in danger of damnation? Muslims for not recognizing Jesus’ Divinity nor hailing him as Saviour, and Christians for propogating “false” doctrines of a Triune God, not to mention rejecting Mohammed’s claim to be a Prophet. Perhaps in a secular sense, there can be peace, but the two cannot reconcile theologically.

If only Mohammed had properly understood Christianity… he might have embraced it. Imagine how different the world would be if he had! Instead, he chose to amalgamate native Arabian paganism, Judaism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism through a series of epileptic fits taken as Divine Revelation. Even on the off-chance he had experienced a private Revelation (which I won’t rule out), it is impossible that God would have aberrantly established a new religion! Pride was Mohammed’s grave error. He refused to accept the one True Faith, and disseminated his own deviation of it.

Don’t get me wrong, I respect Islam and believe the Koran holds much truth in it (insofar as it is copied from Scripture), but it perverts the Bible and adds too many extraneous superstitions for a Christian to accept. Not to mention that God’s public Revelation had ceased some 500 years before Mohammed. Until Islam recants (which would demand some mighty work of the Holy Spirit), hails Christ as Lord and accepts the Trinity, I don’t see how any union is possible.


#7

I went to the suggested sight. I could not see anything that pointed to the Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ. What I did see was that it was anti-Israel with its intent.

MaggieOH


#8

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[quote=Neithan]How can Christians and Muslims unite, when each believes the other to be in danger of damnation? Muslims for not recognizing Jesus’ Divinity nor hailing him as Saviour, and Christians for propogating “false” doctrines of a Triune God, not to mention rejecting Mohammed’s claim to be a Prophet. Perhaps in a secular sense, there can be peace, but the two cannot reconcile theologically.

If only Mohammed had properly understood Christianity… he might have embraced it. Imagine how different the world would be if he had! Instead, he chose to amalgamate native Arabian paganism, Judaism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism through a series of epileptic fits taken as Divine Revelation. Even on the off-chance he had experienced a private Revelation (which I won’t rule out), it is impossible that God would have aberrantly established a new religion! Pride was Mohammed’s grave error. He refused to accept the one True Faith, and disseminated his own deviation of it.

Don’t get me wrong, I respect Islam and believe the Koran holds much truth in it (insofar as it is copied from Scripture), but it perverts the Bible and adds too many extraneous superstitions for a Christian to accept. Not to mention that God’s public Revelation had ceased some 500 years before Mohammed. Until Islam recants (which would demand some mighty work of the Holy Spirit), hails Christ as Lord and accepts the Trinity, I don’t see how any union is possible.
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#9

[quote=mikalcino]Jesus, the Prophet and Messiah, is alive and will return to the Earth in the near future. We are Muslims who love Jesus, believe in all his miracles and noble morality, know that he will come back to the world again to save humanity and we are eagerly waiting for this great and blessed event to happen. We believe that Jesus would come back to the earth miraculously in the last days and bring peace, justice and happiness by uniting Christians and Muslims in a common religion and morality. Come, let us prepare together for the second coming of Jesus.
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Jesus is coming back and boy will he be ticked off! His wrath remains on those who deny Him. Muslims even deny His Crucifixion, saying that it was a look-alike who was crucified as you said on the site mentioned. I have no further stomach to go through your site.


#10

jesuswillreturn.com/


#11

[quote=Neithan]How can Christians and Muslims unite, when each believes the other to be in danger of damnation? Muslims for not recognizing Jesus’ Divinity nor hailing him as Saviour, and Christians for propogating “false” doctrines of a Triune God, not to mention rejecting Mohammed’s claim to be a Prophet. Perhaps in a secular sense, there can be peace, but the two cannot reconcile theologically.

If only Mohammed had properly understood Christianity… he might have embraced it. Imagine how different the world would be if he had! Instead, he chose to amalgamate native Arabian paganism, Judaism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism through a series of epileptic fits taken as Divine Revelation. Even on the off-chance he had experienced a private Revelation (which I won’t rule out), it is impossible that God would have aberrantly established a new religion! Pride was Mohammed’s grave error. He refused to accept the one True Faith, and disseminated his own deviation of it.

Don’t get me wrong, I respect Islam and believe the Koran holds much truth in it (insofar as it is copied from Scripture), but it perverts the Bible and adds too many extraneous superstitions for a Christian to accept. Not to mention that God’s public Revelation had ceased some 500 years before Mohammed. Until Islam recants (which would demand some mighty work of the Holy Spirit), hails Christ as Lord and accepts the Trinity, I don’t see how any union is possible.
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We believe in same God and the unification of Holy Religions will the another miracle of God. I believe this and I am waiting this huge events will all my heart


#12

[quote=mikalcino]jesuswillreturn.com/
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sir or mam, if someone walks on this earth proclaiming to be Jesus and talking about peace and uniting religions it will be the anti-christ:eek: Jesus will come to judge the living and dead.Your assertion is scary and you need to do some research.God Bless


#13

[quote=mikalcino]We believe in same God and the unification of Holy Religions will the another miracle of God. I believe this and I am waiting this huge events will all my heart
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In what manor will he come? Will he be born?

-D


#14

This is interesting, but no doubt, just another new age movement.

It is true that Christians, Jews and Muslims can one day unite, but that would imply that we would then all worship God in the same way.
There is only one way to worship Our Lord as He is only One (Father, Son and Holy Ghost). Jesus, the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity has revealed that to us through His Holy Ghost which proceeds from the Father…and that is why we have the Catholic Faith. A Bridegroom revealing to his Bride how He desires to be loved.

It is not to say that we condem the Jewish or Muslim people, but we know that they do not have the true faith. It has been our DUTY to provide this truth to all, but it seems we are not succeding. Evil flourishes when the good do nothing. That is why the false religions flourish.
We Catholics must act Catholic, and preserve our faith.


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