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Why Must Elijah First Come?
     

Why Must Elijah First Come?

by Elijah Muhammad, Nasir Hakim (Compiler)
 

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The "doctors of the law" in the bible knew that certain events had to take place in order to verify the timing of judgment predicted to come at the end of white rule. When Jesus of 2,000 years ago made his appearance in an attempt to save them, those who were familiar with scripture and its timing studied the resurrection and judgment teachings of Jesus, but found

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The "doctors of the law" in the bible knew that certain events had to take place in order to verify the timing of judgment predicted to come at the end of white rule. When Jesus of 2,000 years ago made his appearance in an attempt to save them, those who were familiar with scripture and its timing studied the resurrection and judgment teachings of Jesus, but found that the timing was suspect. Considering that there were a few gaps or events missing from the time, they constantly second guessed him and his disciples.

One such incident happened when the disciples were out teaching and were approached by the Jewish Scribes, who rejected their claim, because Elijah was to be raised just before the great and dreadful day of the Lord. When the disciple went back to Jesus to report of their encounter, they asked Jesus, "Why do the Scribes say that Elijah must first come?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781884855856
Publisher:
Secretarius Memps Publications
Publication date:
11/06/2008
Pages:
142
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

Elijah Muhammad was born on October 7, 1897 in Sandersville, Georgia. He met his teacher, Master Fard Muhammad in Detroit, Michigan after migrating there in the early 1930's. Upon the departure of his teacher, Elijah Muhammad became the Leader, Teacher and Guide of what went from The Lost-Found Nation of Islam in North America to what is known today as the Nation of Islam. Notable students of the Messenger were Malcolm X Little, later named Malik El Shabazz, Cassius Clay, also named Muhammad Ali, and Louis Wilcox, later named Louis Farrakhan.

Given the profoundity of the writings of Elijah Muhammad, it would be an injustice to attempt to put it in a small synopsis; therefore pasting this link in your browser and visiting http://www.memps.citymax.com/Elijah_Muhammad.html, will render the best and most accurate information available about Messenger Elijah Muhammad.

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