Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Yahweh commands stones as part of gifts

The Sacred Tent

1 The Lord said to Moses:
2 Tell everyone in Israel who wants to give gifts that they must bring them to you. 
3 Here is a list of what you are to collect: Gold, silver, and bronze; 
4 blue, purple, and red wool; fine linen; goat hair; 
5 tanned ram skins; fine leather; acacia wood; 
6 olive oil for the lamp; sweet-smelling spices to mix with the oil for dedicating the tent and ordaining the priests; 
7 and onyx stones for the sacred vest and the breastpiece. 
8 I also want them to build a special place where I can live among my people. 
9 Make it and its furnishings exactly like the pattern I will show you.
(Exodus 25:1-9)


Take notice on verse 7 (and onyx stones for the sacred vest and the breastpiece.)

One wonders why Christians say Muslims worship black stone where in reality Muslims do not worship the black Stone. For us Muslims it's a Sacred Stone sent from heaven. And here we read from the very bible Christians cherish the ONXY stone must be used for the Sacred vest and breastpiece. Below we read Jacob using a rock to worship Yahweh?......

When Jacob got up early the next morning, he took the rock that he had used for a pillow and stood it up for a place of worship. Then he poured olive oil on the rock to dedicate it to God,
(Genesis 28:18 )


How can Jesus have sacrificed himself when God raised him back to life again? Let's examine this claim, Sacrificing something or someone only happens when you want something back in return? If God sacrificed himself what did he get in return when he already owns EVERYTHING? What could god possibly gain from sacrificing  himself when he Owns everything and do what he likes whenever he wants? What good will that do to him?


What does sacrifice mean?

  1. 1
    an act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity.
    "they offer sacrifices to the spirits"
    synonyms:ritual slaughter, hecatomb, immolation, offeringoblation


    So God sacrificed himself to himself in order to forgive mankind from a sin which he created himself? And how can you say God sacrificed himself or his son whichever way you see it, when he bought himself or his son back to life again which means there was no sacrifice and nothing was lost ? It's like giving away your old car knowing you have a new one?

    Thus Jesus could not have Sacrificed himself when he was bought back to life.. In reality Nothing was lost? So where's the sacrifice   

    Serpant or Satan?

    And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the...