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God (Allah) is the Forgiving

God (Allah) is the Forgiving

By Editorial Staff

The names and attributes of God include the “ Forgiving ” and “Forgiver”. There is no doubt that the Lord of this universe is the Only One Who can forgive the sins of His creation and is worthy of being described as “Forgiving”.

Forgiving

Forgiveness in Islam is absolute and does not require redemption or lead to the inheritance of sin

He is the only Judge Who requites everyone for one’s deeds or misdeeds and will call everyone to account for all of one’s acts. Therefore, there is none who can be described as “forgiving” except God.

The Forgiving in Islam

In the Qur’an, God (called “Allah” in Arabic) is often described as “Forgiving”. For example, we read:

Indeed, those who have believed and those who have emigrated and fought in the cause of Allah – those expect the mercy of Allah. And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. (Al-Baqarah 2:218)

We also read:

Say, [O Muhammad], “If you should love Allah, then follow me, [so] Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.” (Aal `Imran 3:31)

We further read:

And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. He forgives whom He wills and punishes whom He wills. And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. (Aal `Imran 3:129)

Also, God is described as “the Forgiver” in the Qur’an. We read:

The revelation of the Book is from Allah, the Exalted in Might, the Knowing, the Forgiver of sin, acceptor of repentance, severe in punishment, owner of abundance. There is no deity except Him; to Him is the destination. (Ghafir 35:2-3)

Moreover, God is described as “Perpetual Forgiver” in the Qur’an. We read:

But indeed, I am the Perpetual Forgiver of whoever repents and believes and does righteousness and then continues in guidance. (Ta-ha 20:82)

We also read:

Say, [O Muhammad], “I am only a warner, and there is not any deity except Allah , the One, the Prevailing. Lord of the heavens and the earth and whatever is between them, the Exalted in Might, the Perpetual Forgiver(Saad 38:65-66)

We further read:

If Allah had intended to take a son, He could have chosen from what He creates whatever He willed. Exalted is He; He is Allah, the One, the Prevailing. He created the heavens and earth in truth. He wraps the night over the day and wraps the day over the night and has subjected the sun and the moon, each running [its course] for a specified term. Unquestionably, He is the Exalted in Might, the Perpetual Forgiver. (Az-Zumar 39:4-5)

The command to seek forgiveness from God is repeated in the Qur’an. Therefore, after committing a sin, a Muslim has only to turn to God in sincere repentance and seek forgiveness. Nothing more is required. So, a Muslim should not despair of the mercy of God, nor should he shy away from seeking forgiveness simply because it is God Himself Who commands that. In Islam, there is no need for the bloodshed of an innocent person for obtaining forgiveness.

About the command to seek forgiveness and such command’s association with the following attributes of God: “Forgiver” and “Forgiving”, we read in the Qur’an:

Seek forgiveness from God; God is Forgiver, Compassionate. (An-Nisaa’ 4:106)

We also read:

Ask forgiveness of your Lord. Indeed, He is ever a Perpetual Forgiver. (Nuh 71:10)

The Qur’an often urges and encourages repentance and seeking forgiveness. Such encouragement is often associated with God’s attribute “Forgiving”. For example, we read:

And whoever does a wrong or wrongs himself but then seeks forgiveness of Allah will find Allah Forgiving and Merciful. (An-Nisaa’ 4:110)

We also read:

They have certainly disbelieved who say, “Allah is the third of three.” And there is no god except one God. And if they do not desist from what they are saying, there will surely afflict the disbelievers among them a painful punishment. So will they not repent to Allah and seek His forgiveness? And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. (Al-Ma’idah 5:73-74)

We further read:

But whoever repents after his wrongdoing and reforms, indeed, Allah will turn to him in forgiveness. Indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. (Al-Ma’idah 5:39)

God’s descriptions “Forgiving”, “Forgiver” and “Perpetual Forgiver” indicate His all-embracing forgiveness given the derivation of those three attributes (“Ghafur”, “Ghafir” and “Ghaffar” respectively in Arabic) from the same Arabic root “Ghafara” (“Forgive” in English).

Accordingly, God’s forgiveness is so absolute and all-inclusive that it leaves out no sin or offence. That is why God brings glad tidings of limitless forgiveness and mercy for those among His servants who transgress against themselves. In the Qur’an, we read:

Say, “O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful.” (Az-Zumar 39:53)

Furthermore, God’s forgiveness and mercy are not restricted to the erasure of sins but may go farther by turning the same into good deeds. We read:

And those who do not invoke with Allah another deity or kill the soul which Allah has forbidden [to be killed], except by right, and do not commit unlawful sexual intercourse. And whoever should do that will meet a penalty. Multiplied for him is the punishment on the Day of Resurrection, and he will abide therein humiliated except for those who repent, believe and do righteous work. For them Allah will replace their evil deeds with good. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful. (Al-Furqan 25:68-70)

The Forgiving in Christianity

Indeed, the concept of such absolute forgiveness which does not require redemption or leave out a sin or an offence without inheritance is completely absent from Christianity. Though God is described as “Forgiving” in the Old Testament, His forgiveness is not all-embracing, nor does it erase sin but is rather inherited generation after generation.

In the Old Testament, we read: “The Lord, the Lord God, compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in loving kindness and truth (faithfulness); keeping mercy and loving kindness for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin; but He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished, visiting (avenging) the iniquity (sin, guilt) of the fathers upon the children and the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations [that is, calling the children to account for the sins of their fathers].” (Exodus 34:6-7)

We also read: “The Lord is slow to anger, and abundant in loving kindness, forgiving wickedness and transgression; but He will by no means clear the guilty, visiting (avenging) the wickedness and guilt of the fathers on the children, to the third and fourth generations [that is, calling the children to account for the sins of their fathers].” (Numbers 14:18)

In the New Testament, forgiveness is sometimes attributed to Jesus. However, despite taking Jesus as God in Christianity, we notice that when he taught his disciples how to pray to God (called “Father” in Christianity), he also taught them to seek forgiveness from the Father rather than himself.

We read: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.” (Matthew 6:9-13)

In spite of the Christian claim that Jesus can forgive sins, he himself confirmed that the forgiveness of sins is up to God only and it is God Who gave him an authority to forgive sins.

We read: But that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins”—he then said to the paralytic—“Rise, pick up your bed and go home.” And he rose and went home. When the crowds saw it, they were afraid, and they glorified God, who had given such authority to men. (Matthew 9:6-8)

The above verses indicate that Jesus did not have innate authority to forgive sins and it rather was an authority which was given to him to forgive sins.

The Bible tells us that Jesus himself prayed to God to forgive his murderers. We read: When they came to the place called The Skull, there they crucified Him and the criminals, one on the right and one on the left. And Jesus was saying, “Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing.” And they cast lots, dividing His clothes among themselves. (Luke 23:33-34)

If Jesus had innate authority to forgive sins, why did he pray to God to forgive his killers? Why did he himself not forgive them?

Since Jesus did not have innate authority to forgive sins, he cannot be God. The true God is the Forgiving, i.e. the One Who is able to forgive sins by inherent authority, but the one who lacks such inherent authority and rather stands in need of someone else to enable him to forgive sins cannot be God.

Finally, though God is described as “Forgiving” in both Christianity and Islam, His forgiveness in Islam is absolute and does not require redemption or lead to the inheritance of sin. But, His forgiveness in Christianity is limited and restricted, does not erase sin and is rather inherited generation after generation. Though Jesus shares the forgiveness of sins in Christianity, it is God Who gives him the authority to forgive such sins.

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References:

1- The Glorious Qur’an (Sahih International Translation)

2- The Holy Bible (Visit biblegateway.com)

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God (Allah) is the Praiseworthy

God (Allah) is the Praiseworthy

By Editorial Staff

One of the names and attributes of God is “the Praiseworthy ”, i.e. the Lord Who is praised and thanked by His creatures. Since God is the Creator, the Provider, the Sustainer and the Helper, He is worthy of praise and thank. Everyone is to praise and thank Him for they need Him, but He is too Self-sufficient to need anyone else. That is why He deserves to be described as “the Praiseworthy”, Who is praised by others but does not have to praise them.

Praiseworthy

It is not logical that a god sings the praises of another god

The Praiseworthy in Islam

In the Qur’an, God (called “Allah” in Arabic) is often described as “the Praiseworthy”. We read:

And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. And We have instructed those who were given the Scripture before you and yourselves to fear Allah. But if you disbelieve – then to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. And ever is Allah Free of need and Praiseworthy. (An-Nisaa’ 4:131)

We also read:

And Moses said, “If you should disbelieve, you and whoever is on the earth entirely – indeed, Allah is Free of need and Praiseworthy.” (Ibrahim 14:8)

We further read:

Do you not see that Allah has sent down rain from the sky and the earth becomes green? Indeed, Allah is Subtle and Acquainted. To Him belongs what is in the heavens and what is on the earth. And indeed, Allah is the Free of need, the Praiseworthy. (Al-Hajj 22:63-64)

In Islam, all praise belongs to God. It is God Who is praised by everyone, but He does not have to praise anyone. For example, we read:

[All] praise is [due] to Allah, Lord of the worlds (Al-Fatihah 1:2)

We also read:

[All] praise is [due] to Allah, who created the heavens and the earth and made the darkness and the light. Then those who disbelieve equate [others] with their Lord. (Al-An`am 6:1)

We further read:

The seven heavens and the earth and whatever is in them exalt Him. And there is not a thing except that it exalts [Allah] by His praise, but you do not understand their [way of] exalting. Indeed, He is ever Forbearing and Forgiving. (Al-Israa’ 17:44)

The praise of God is often commanded in the Qur’an. For example, we read:

So exalt [Allah] with praise of your Lord and be of those who prostrate [to Him]. (Al-Hijr 15:98)

We also read:

And say, “Praise to Allah, who has not taken a son and has had no partner in [His] dominion and has no [need of a] protector out of weakness; and glorify Him with [great] glorification.” (Al-Israa’ 17:111)

Thank for God is also commanded and urged in the Qur’an. For example, we read:

O you who have believed, eat from the good things which We have provided for you and be thankful to Allah if it is [indeed] Him that you worship. (Al-Baqarah 2:172)

We also read:

Then eat of what Allah has provided for you [which is] lawful and good. And be thankful for the favor of Allah, if it is [indeed] Him that you worship. (An-Nahl 16:114)

We further read:

And Allah has extracted you from the wombs of your mothers not knowing a thing, and He made for you hearing and vision and intellect that perhaps you would be thankful. (An-Nahl 16:78)

The Praiseworthy in Christianity

Though Jesus is taken as God in Christianity, we notice that he sang the praises of another god, which is called “Father” in Christianity. In the New Testament, we read:

At that time Jesus declared, “I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that you have hidden these things from the wise and understanding and revealed them to little children (Matthew 11:25)

The New Testament also confirms that praise is due to God only and Jesus is just a servant. We read:

“I’m saying that Christ became a servant of those who are circumcised for the sake of God’s truth, in order to confirm the promises given to the ancestors, and so that the Gentiles could glorify God for his mercy. As it is written, Because of this I will confess you among the Gentiles, and I will sing praises to your name.” (Romans 15:8-9)

In more than one position in the New Testament, we observe that Jesus thanked God. For example, we read: And Jesus asked them, “How many loaves [of bread] do you have?” They replied, “Seven, and a few small fish.” He directed the crowd to sit down on the ground, and He took the seven loaves and the fish; and when He had given thanks, He broke them and started giving them to the disciples, and the disciples [gave them] to the people. (Matthew 15:34-36)

We also read: Now as they were eating Jesus took bread, and after blessing it, He broke it and gave it to the disciples, and said, “Take, eat; this is My body.” And when He had taken a cup and given thanks, He gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you (Matthew 26:26-27)

We further read: So they took away the stone. And Jesus raised His eyes [toward heaven] and said, “Father, I thank You that You have heard Me.” (John 11:41)

Thus, it is not logical that a god sings the praises of another god. As a matter of fact, the true God is the Only One Who is Praiseworthy and can command praise from others, while he does not have to praise others. Accordingly, God referred to as “Father” is the true God, whereas Jesus is one of His creatures for God does not have to praise others, but others have to praise Him.

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References:

1- The Glorious Qur’an (Sahih International Translation)

2- The Holy Bible (Visit biblegateway.com)

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God (Allah) is the Sender

God (Allah) is the Sender

Sender

Since Jesus is a prophet sent by God to the Children of Israel, he cannot be God

One of the names and attributes of God is the “Sender”, i.e. the Lord who sent prophets and messengers to mankind in order to guide them to His straight path.

The Sender in Islam

The Qur’an often points out that it is God (called “Allah” in Arabic) that sent prophets and messengers to people. We read:

Mankind was [of] one religion [before their deviation]; then Allah sent the prophets as bringers of good tidings and warners and sent down with them the Scripture in truth to judge between the people concerning that in which they differed. And none differed over the Scripture except those who were given it – after the clear proofs came to them – out of jealous animosity among themselves. And Allah guided those who believed to the truth concerning that over which they had differed, by His permission. And Allah guides whom He wills to a straight path. (Al-Baqarah 2:213)

We also read:

We had already taken the covenant of the Children of Israel and had sent to them messengers. Whenever there came to them a messenger with what their souls did not desire, a party [of messengers] they denied, and another party they killed. (Al-Ma’idah 5:70)

The Sender in Christianity

Though Jesus is taken as God in Christianity, the Bible often quotes Jesus as indicating that he was a prophet sent by God to the Children of Israel. For example, we read:

He who receives and welcomes you receives Me, and he who receives Me receives Him who sent Me. He who receives and welcomes a prophet because he is a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward; and he who receives a righteous (honorable) man because he is a righteous man will receive a righteous man’s reward. (Matthew 10:40-41)

We also read: But he said, “I must proclaim the good news of the kingdom of God to the other towns also, because that is why I was sent.” (Luke 4:43)

We further read: Then Jesus left Galilee and went north to the region of Tyre and Sidon. A Gentile woman who lived there came to him, pleading, “Have mercy on me, O Lord, Son of David! For my daughter is possessed by a demon that torments her severely.” But Jesus gave her no reply, not even a word. Then his disciples urged him to send her away. “Tell her to go away,” they said. “She is bothering us with all her begging.” Then Jesus said to the woman, “I was sent only to help God’s lost sheep—the people of Israel.” (Matthew 15:21-24)

Since Jesus is a prophet sent by God to the Children of Israel, he cannot be God. The true God is the Sender, Who sent Jesus and other prophets to the Children of Israel.

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References:

1- The Glorious Qur’an (Sahih International Translation)

2- The Holy Bible (Visit biblegateway.com)

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God (Allah) is the Witness

God (Allah) is the Witness

By Editorial Staff

Witness

Since Jesus needed God’s testimony for him, he cannot be God

One of the names and attributes of God is “the Witness”. Though this attribute may be given to a human being and God, God is the most credible witness, Whose testimony is the most reliable testimony. However, a human being may be a credible or incredible witness and his testimony may be reliable or unreliable.

The Witness in Islam

Though many people are described as “Witness” in the Qur’an, this description is also given to God (called “Allah” in Arabic) as one of His names and attributes with only one difference, that is, God is a crucially credible witness, Whose testimony can only be reliable, unlike human beings.

There are many verses where God is described as “Witness”. For example, we read:

But Allah bears witness by what He has revealed to you that He has revealed it with His knowledge, and the angels bear witness (also); and Allah is sufficient as a witness. (An-Nisaa’ 4:166)

We also read:

Say, “What thing is greatest in testimony?” Say, “Allah is Witness between me and you. And this Qur’an was revealed to me that I may warn you thereby and whomever it reaches. Do you [truly] testify that with Allah there are other deities?” Say, “I will not testify [with you].” Say, “Indeed, He is but one God, and indeed, I am free of what you associate [with Him].” (Al-An`am 6:19)

The Qur’an quotes Jesus as saying on the Day of Judgment:

I said not to them except what You commanded me – to worship Allah, my Lord and your Lord. And I was a witness over them as long as I was among them; but when You took me up, You were the Observer over them, and You are, over all things, Witness. (Al-Ma`idah 5:117)

The Witness in Christianity

The Bible draws a distinction between God as a witness and a human being as a witness simply because God may be only a credible witness with a reliable testimony, unlike a human being who may or may not be a credible witness giving a reliable or unreliable testimony.

That is why the New Testament quotes Jesus as saying that his testimony may not be true but that of God (called “Father” in Christianity) is certainly true. We read: “If I testify about myself, my testimony isn’t true. There is someone else who testifies about me, and I know his testimony about me is true. You sent a delegation to John, and he testified to the truth. Although I don’t accept human testimony, I say these things so that you can be saved.” (John 5:31-34)

We also read: “And the Father who sent me testifies about me. You have never even heard his voice or seen his form.” (John 5:37)
We further read: “I myself testify on my own behalf, and so does the Father who sent me.” (John 8:18)

Since Jesus needed God’s testimony for him, he cannot be God for God does not need the testimony of the others. Rather, it is His testimony which is needed by others.

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References:

1- The Glorious Qur’an (Sahih International Translation)

2- The Holy Bible (Visit biblegateway.com)

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God (Allah) is the Holy One

God (Allah) is the Holy One

Holy One

Since God is He Who makes others holy including Jesus himself, Jesus cannot be God

One of the names and attributes of God is “the Holy One”. It is He Who is the source of holiness and Who makes His creatures holy.

The Holy One in Islam

In the Qur’an, God (called “Allah” in Arabic) is described as “Holy”. We read:

God is He save whom there is no deity: the Sovereign Supreme, the Holy, the One with whom all salvation rests, the Giver of Faith, the One who determines what is true and false, the Almighty, the One who subdues wrong and restores right, the One to whom all greatness belongs! Utterly remote is God, in His limitless glory, from anything to which men may ascribe a share in His divinity!(Al-Hashr 59:23)

We also read:

All that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth extols the glory of Allah, the Sovereign, the Holy, the All-Mighty, the All-Wise. (Al-Jumu`ah 62:1)

Prophet Muhammad used to use “Holy” as one of the names and attributes of God both during and after his prayers. For example, Ubay ibn K`ab reported that after Prophet Muhammad finished the voluntary three-unit (Witr) prayer, he would say: “Glory be to the King, the Holy!” three times (Imam Ahmad)

Also, `A’ishah reported that while Prophet Muhammad was bowing down or prostrating himself in prayer, he would say: “All Glorious, All Holy, Lord of the Angels and the Spirit!” (Muslim)

The Holy One in Christianity

In the Bible, God is often described as “Holy”. For example, in the New Testament, before the birth of Jesus, Mary, the Virgin, is quoted as describing God as “Holy”. We read:

Mary said, “With all my heart I glorify the Lord! In the depths of who I am I rejoice in God my savior. He has looked with favor on the low status of his servant. Look! From now on, everyone will consider me highly favored because the mighty one has done great things for me. Holy is his name. (Luke 1:46-49)

Though Jesus is given the same description in the Bible, he himself indicated that it is God Who is the source of holiness. He indicated that it is God Who made him holy and sent him as a prophet to the Children of Israel. Jesus also affirmed the figurativeness of his description as “the Son of God” the same as the description of Jews as “gods” when God’s word came to them.

We read: Jesus replied, “Isn’t it written in your Law, I have said, you are gods? Scripture calls those to whom God’s word came gods, and scripture can’t be abolished. So how can you say that the one whom the Father has made holy and sent into the world insults God because he said, ‘I am God’s Son’? (John 10:34-36)

More than once, the Bible emphasizes that it is God Who makes holy whomever He likes, and that He is the source of holiness. We read: “This is because the one who makes people holy and the people who are being made holy all come from one source. That is why Jesus isn’t ashamed to call them brothers and sisters when he says” (Hebrews 2:11)

The Bible often states that God made and makes many people holy other than Jesus. For example, in the Old Testament, we read: I will meet with the Israelites there, and it will be made holy by my glorious presence. I will make the meeting tent and the altar holy. Likewise, I will make Aaron and his sons holy to serve me as priests. I will be at home among the Israelites, and I will be their God. (Exodus 29:43-45)

In the New Testament, we read: “Keep away from every kind of evil. May the God who gives peace make you holy in every way.” (Thessalonians 5:22-23)

Since God is the Holy One according to both the Bible and the Qur’an, it is He Who makes others holy including Jesus himself, Jesus cannot be God, and it is God Alone Who is the Only true Lord, and Who is the source of holiness.

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References:

1- The Glorious Qur’an (Sahih International Translation)

2- Sahih Muslim

4- Musnad Al-Imam Ahmad

5- The Holy Bible (Visit biblegateway.com)

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God (Allah) is the Self-willed

God (Allah) is the Self-willed

God

Since Jesus did not do what he willed but what God willed, Jesus cannot be God

One of the names and attributes of God is “Self-willed”, which is a quite intuitive description of God. Since God is the Creator, Provider, Sustainer and Disposer of the universe, He must be described as “Self-willed”.

Everything in the universe is subject to the will of God Only without a partner. A Creature cannot go against the will of God. Everything does the will of God, but God does His own will rather than that of anyone else for He is not held accountable for what He does, but others are.

God as Self-willed in Islam

In the Qur’an, God (called “Allah” in Arabic) is described as such “Self-willed” Lord Who does what He wills. We read:

As for those who were [destined to be] wretched, they will be in the Fire. For them therein is [violent] exhaling and inhaling. [They will be] abiding therein as long as the heavens and the earth endure, except what your Lord should will. Indeed, your Lord is a doer of what He wills. And as for those who were [destined to be] prosperous, they will be in Paradise, abiding therein as long as the heavens and the earth endure, except what your Lord should will – a bestowal uninterrupted. (Hud 11:106-108)

We also read:

Indeed, the vengeance of your Lord is severe. Indeed, it is He who originates [creation] and repeats. And He is the Forgiving, the Affectionate, Honorable Owner of the Throne, Doer of what He wills. (Al-Buruj 85:12-15)

The Qur’an confirms that God does what He wills. We read:

Indeed, Allah will admit those who believe and do righteous deeds to gardens beneath which rivers flow. Indeed, Allah does what He wills. (Al-Hajj 14:22)

We also read:

Those messengers – some of them We caused to exceed others. Among them were those to whom Allah spoke, and He raised some of them in degree. And We gave Jesus, the Son of Mary, clear proofs, and We supported him with the Pure Spirit. If Allah had willed, those [generations] succeeding them would not have fought each other after the clear proofs had come to them. But they differed, and some of them believed and some of them disbelieved. And if Allah had willed, they would not have fought each other, but Allah does what He wills. (Al-Baqarah 2:253)

God as Self-willed in Christianity

Though Jesus is taken as God in Christianity, the Bible tells us that he was not “self-willed”, and he rather did what was willed by God (called “Father” in Christianity), Who sent him to people as a messenger and prophet.

For example, in the New Testament, we read: After walking a little farther, he quickly bowed with his face to the ground and prayed, “Father, if it’s possible, let this cup of suffering be taken away from me. But let your will be done rather than mine.” (Matthew 26:39)

We also read: Then he went away a second time and prayed, “Father, if this cup cannot be taken away unless I drink it, let your will be done.” (Matthew 26:42)

We further read: Jesus told them, “My food is to do what the one who sent me wants me to do and to finish the work he has given me.” (John 4:34)

Jesus’ statement that he did not do what he willed but what God willed is associated with his confirmation that he cannot do anything from his own but he could do things through the power of God. We read:

I can’t do anything on my own. As I listen to the Father, I make my judgments. My judgments are right because I don’t try to do what I want but what the one who sent me wants. (John 5:30)

Since Jesus did not do what he willed but what God willed, Jesus cannot be God. He was rather a prophet sent by God to do what God willed, that is, guiding people to the worship of the Lord of people Alone without partner.

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References:

1- The Glorious Qur’an (Sahih International Translation)

2- The Holy Bible (Visit biblegateway.com)

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