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Faith in Death of Jesus is Demanding of Love of Muhammad ﷺ




Hazrat Mirza Gulam Ahmad Qadiani the Promised Messiah as said :-

To me, he alone is a believer  who follows the Holy Prophet ﷺ faithfully and attains an exalted spiritual station, as God Himself says:

“Say, ‘If you love Allah, follow me; so that you become His beloved.’”  (aal-e-imaraan :32)

Love demands love for whatever the beloved does. The Holy Prophet ﷺ died, and, by courting  death, he demonstrated that this was the tradition to be followed. Who would now wish to live, or wish someone else to be still alive, after the Holy Prophet’s has died? Love for the Holy Prophet ﷺ simply demands that one  should lose oneself in total submission to him, exercise complete control over one’s emotions and have full awareness of one’s station as a part of the Muslim nation. This being so, how can one claim to love and be a follower of the Holy Prophet ﷺ if he accepts a superior status for Jesus a.s by pronouncing him alive and the Holy Prophet ﷺ dead?

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