Al A'la (The Most High) (87)-  19

1>        Glorify the name of thy Guardian-Lord Most High

2>        Who hath created and further given order and proportion;
3>        Who hath ordained laws. And granted guidance;

4>        And Who bringeth out the (green and luscious) pasture.

5>        And then doth make it (but) swarthy stubble.

6>        By degrees shall We teach thee to declare (the Message) so thou shalt not forget

7>        Except as Allah wills: For He knoweth what is manifest and what is hidden.

8>        And We will make it easy for thee (to follow) the simple (Path).

9>        Therefore give admonition in case the admonition profits (the hearer).

10>        The admonition will be received by those who fear (Allah):

11>        But it will be avoided by those most unfortunate ones.

12>        Who will enter the Great Fire

13>        In which they will then neither die nor live.

14>        But those will prosper who purify themselves.

15>        And glorify the name of their Guardian-Lord and (lift their hearts) in Prayer.

16>        Nay (behold) ye prefer the life of this world;

17>        But the Hereafter is better and more enduring.

18>        And this is in the Books of the earliest (Revelations)

19>        The Books of Abraham and Moses.

       #6094        No Book of Abraham has come down to us. But the Old Testament recognises that Abraham was a prophet (Gen. xx. 7). There is a book in Greek, which has been translated by Mr. G.H. Box, called the Testament of Abraham (published by the Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, London, 1927). It seems to be a Greek translation of a Hebrew original. The Greek Text was probably written in the second Christian century, in Egypt, but in its present form it probably goes back only to the 9th or 10th Century. It was popular among the Christians. Perhaps the Jewish Midrash also refers to a Testament of Abraham. (87.19) 6095

       The original Revelation of Moses, of which the Present Pentateuch is a surviving recension. See Appendix 11, The present Gospels do not come under the definition of the "earliest" Books. Nor could they be called "Books of Jesus': they were written not by him, but about him, and long after his death.#
       *** As usual, the interpreter pollutes the mind of the reader with his continued hate filled denunciations of both the Torah and the New Testament conveniently and mendaciously forgetting that without them, Muhammad would have not known of the One and Only Allah and the Quran would not have existed.

       No Muhammadan on the face of this earth can prove otherwise.

       Their hatred of the People of the Book resides primarily in their consuming jealousy and envy that they had this knowledge before the pagan Arabs and that without the Bible, the Quran would be totally meaningless and irrelevant.

       It is important that the reader should be aware that this website contains the most relevant information regarding the COLLECTION and COMPILATION of the Quran that PROVE the enormity of the magnitude of TAMPERING that it suffered before it arrived to its present condition***