Posted July 08, 2019 09:56:11 The Quran is the word of God, it tells us what to do and what to believe.
But how can we understand the word if we are not capable of understanding its context?
We must learn how to read it.
The Quran itself is written in Arabic.
When we read the Quran, we are reading the words of God in Arabic, not the Arabic of the prophet himself.
The Quranic text is not necessarily the word and sentence of God.
Rather, it is the context in which it was revealed.
It was written by a prophet who was known to be a prophet of God and who was the one who created the heavens and the earth.
When the Quran was revealed, God revealed his own word to the world, and the world received the revelation from God.
The Prophet Muhammad said that if the world did not know what he had revealed, it would say, “We have never heard anything like this.”
If the world had not understood what God had revealed and accepted it as divine revelation, it could not have accepted the revelation of God’s own word.
The first two verses of the Quran have to do with God’s Word, the Quranic verses about God and God’s messengers.
The last two verses, however, concern the relationship between God and the people of Islam, and about the relationship of Islam to the West.
The prophet Muhammad was not only a prophet.
He was also a man who believed in God and his messengers, and who loved his people and loved them dearly.
The prophets are not just messengers; they are prophets themselves.
When they tell us what we need to know, they are the prophets themselves, and they are telling us the truth.
As long as Muslims accept these two verses as the true revelations from God, they will be saved.
In other words, it will be the Prophet Muhammad who will save them.
The context in the Quran The first verse of the Quran says, “And whoever believes and has the trust of God will be called a believer.”
That means God is with us and with him is a man, so we must trust him.
The second verse says, “[O Muhammad] the son of Maryam.
I am with you.”
That verse is a reference to God’s son, Jesus, who is also the messenger of God to the people.
The third verse says: “Verily, God is All-Mighty, All-Knowing.”
That is, “God is all-powerful and knows all things.”
The first and last verses of this verse say, in a clear way, that God is the Creator, All Knowing, All Wise.
The verse above indicates that God sent Jesus, a messenger of His own, to the earth to proclaim peace and to spread love and light.
But God also sent messengers before Jesus, to whom He revealed the Torah, the teachings of Moses, the Book of the Law, the Prophets, and much more.
That is why it was a great irony that Jesus died for all the wrong reasons: he was crucified to protect his own people from God and to show that God loved His people.
It is not surprising that the Prophet Muhammed, the last of the five companions of Muhammad, was not a man of peace, for God is all powerful and all wise.
And yet, the Prophet himself was a man for peace.
He said, “Whoever is true to me and who believes in Allah and the Last Day will be my protector and my witness.”
(Bukhari) The Prophet Mujahid said, Allah sent Jesus to proclaim the Peace.
(Bosworth) “I am with You, Lord, and You have sent me as a Messenger.”
(Quran 5:29) Jesus was sent to the land of the Jews to deliver them from their bondage to the Romans, to lead them to the promised land and to restore them to their rightful place in the paradise of God where they will meet their Creator and their God.
Jesus also was sent by God to preach peace, and to bring peace to the hearts of the nations, as the Prophet was sent from the Prophet Moses.
It means that Jesus was not an ordinary messenger.
He had a special gift.
He knew everything, had a prophetic gift, and was a person who lived for God and was inspired.
He came to bring all of these things together in one message.
This message was to proclaim God’s love for all mankind.
But when the Quran revealed the Messengers and the Messiah, Jesus was called the messenger and the messiah.
Jesus was God’s chosen son, and God sent him to proclaim a peace and a paradise that would unite all the people, who were now separated and divided.
And it is true that Jesus has a special relationship with God.
God loves Jesus, and Jesus loves God.
He is the one whom God sent to proclaim His peace, the one sent to bring His love to all mankind, and one sent by the