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Nobody can truly come to Him without the Holy Spirit. A Muslim can never be sure their good deeds outweigh their bad deeds enough for eternal life. Read this true Near Death Experience ry to grasp Jesus' nature as being both totally human and totally God. He was wearied, but He is the rest of them that are weary and heavy-laden.Jesus promises those who believe that He is the Son of God who took away our sins will live forever. To help you with this consider these paradoxes by early church father Gregory of Nazianzus (329-390 A. "He was baptized as a man -- but He remitted sins as God... He was heavy with sleep, but He walked lightly over the sea... He asks where Lazarus was laid, for He was man; but He raises Lazarus, for He was God.He rose from the dead and ascended into Heaven in front of many people.All those who have faith in him and believe are reborn of God and are saved. Try and picture how Jesus and the Father can be two, but one - by imagining two spotlights focused on the same spot - in this way they blend together.“But the declaration issued by the Islamic State is void under sharia and has dangerous consequences for the Sunnis in Iraq and for the revolt in Syria,” he added.He said the declaration, and the nomination of al-Baghdadi as caliph, by a group “known for its atrocities and radical views” fail to meet strict conditions dictated by sharia law.His appearance came just as Iraqi officials claimed that he had been severely injured in a raid by government forces in Anbar province and had since fled to Syria.
As a sheep he is led to the slaughter, but He is the shepherd of Israel, and now of the whole world also...
Mr Qaradawi, a Qatar-based scholar who is regarded as a spiritual guide of the Muslim Brotherhood in his native Egypt, said in a statement that the move had “dangerous consequences” for Iraqi Sunnis and the conflict in Syria.
“We look forward to the coming, as soon as possible, of the caliphate,” he said, referring to the form of pan-Muslim government last seen under the Ottoman Empire.
Rebels in Syria, who have turned on the jihadists that hijacked the uprising against Bashar al-Assad and appalled many by their brutality, have branded the caliphate announcement as “null and void”.
It was even denounced by the Jordanian cleric Abu Mohammed al-Maqdessi, the former mentor of Al-Qaeda in Iraq’s late leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.