|Answering the call of Athan|
I never met my mother-in-law. She died of cancer long before I met her son, but he tells me she was a woman of faith who searched the scriptures daily. This simple act of religious independence intrigues me, for it identifies her as a seeker of truth. According to my husband, his mother would sometimes interrogate the minister to the point of frustration, asking questions about doctrine and dogma that he could not answer to her satisfaction. She was looking for something she could not find. Although I never knew her, I am certain I know what she was looking for, a kinder, gentler God she could love and not fear.
The first great truth that has been lost to Christendom but remains intact in the teachings of Islam is the identity of God. Since Islam has been thrust into the global limelight, they have been screaming from the rooftops that the God of Moses is Allah. Before you throw your head back and roar with laughter, consider this. Jesus brought the gospel to Jerusalem, which during Biblical times, was the capital of Palestine. He delivered his message to the Farisees, who are known to us today as the Farsi people living in Iran.
A Levite you are familiar with is Osama bin La’aden. The name of La’adan can be found in the genealogies of the Old Testament, confirming that he was a literal descendant of Levi, a flesh and blood son of Moses and the legal heir and rightful administrator of the Law of Moses. As we would expect, he was a son of Allah and Hamas. He could be nothing else. He called the whole earth to the worship of Allah. Every eye has seen his face and every ear has heard his voice and we have judged the son of Moses a terrorist worthy of death. If we were not blind, we would also judge his father, Moses, a terrorist worthy of death. Because we are blind, we call Moses the righteousness of God and his son, made in his image, the devil.
Scofield and Elohim
If you open up your Bible to this scripture, you will undoubtedly read “Then Daniel blessed God.” I do not ask you to trust my translation. I ask you to pick up a Strong’s Concordance either in print or online and look up this scripture. You will find that the word translated as “God”, is Alah, in the original text.
Daniel alerts us to the truth that Moses was a servant Allah and the caliphate.The same combination also appears in Nehemiah:
Daniel and Nehemiah
testify that Moses is the servant of the Caliphate and Allah. Here is a mere sampling of scriptures in
which the name of Allah has been hidden.
It becomes clear that
the God of Moses is Allah. In the above scriptures we not only discover that the god of Moses is
Allah, but that the altar, the tabernacle and the Ark of the covenant also
belong to Allah. Allah has 99 names, one of which is Jehovah. When you pray to
the god of Moses you pray to Allah. When
you proclaim the righteousness of the Law of Moses, you proclaim your approval
of, and agreement with, Hamas. When you
seek to establish the Law of Moses in this land, you seek to establish Sharia
law and you are an enemy of freedom and liberty.