Talking Point #25 – of the 99 names of the god of Islam, “Father” is not one of them

In the Bible, God has many names.  Reading through this site you’ll see that I refer to Him as Yehovah or YHWH.  I believe that is His proper Name that has supposedly been lost over the years.  No one knows exactly how to pronounce His Name, but I think He approves of our trying.  One day, He’ll tell us the correct pronunciation.  But He also has other Names, one of which is Abba (Father).  This is, to me, a very personal, intimate one because it relays the nature of our relationship (see Talking Point #24 – there can be no personal relationship with the god of Islam).  I use the Name Abba often in prayer.

But there are many other Names used in Scripture as well:  El, Elohim, El Shaddai, and Adonai to name a few.  His Son, Jesus (of the Bible) also has many Names and perhaps the best known verse discussing this also proves His being God at the same time:

“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”
Isaiah 9:6

Did you catch that?  The Son shall be called ‘The mighty God, The everlasting Father…”  See, Jesus (of the Bible) *IS* God even though many in this world claim that He is not.  But note the name that matches the title of this post – “The everlasting Father”.  Jesus (of the Bible) proclaimed His oneness with the Father in the book of John:

“I and my Father are one.”
John 10:30

The god of Islam cannot claim this one.  The false, wannabe god gives himself away by being so puffed up with pride (how he, Lucifer, originally got kicked out of his home) and refusing to share his throne with anyone, even a loving son (why can’t the “Chrislam” pastors see this?).  Can you get more selfish than this?  Why would anyone, without a gun being pointed at the back of their head, want to serve something like this?

I know you’re asking, “How do you know all of this?”  Well, because just like the Names of Yehovah God are given in the Bible, so too are the names of the false god of Islam given in the unholy Quran.  In fact, they’re so well known that they are literally referred to as the “99 names of god”.  Here they are…count them (yes, the fourth one consists of two names):

The All Beneficent
The Most Merciful
The Ultimate King
The Most Holy, The Most Pure
The Peace and Blessing
The Granter of Security
The Guardian
The Almighty
The Compeller
The Tremendous
The Creator
The Rightful
The Fashioner of Forms
The Ever Forgiving
The All Compelling Subduer
The Bestower
The Ever Providing
The Opener
The All Knowing
The Restrainer
The Expander
The Abaser
The Exalter
The Giver of Honour
The Giver of Dishonour
The All Hearing
The All Seeing
The Judge
The Utterly Just
The Gentle
The All Aware
The Forbearing
The Magnificent
The All Forgiving
The Grateful
The Sublimely Exalted
The Great
The Preserver
The Nourisher
The Bringer of Judgment
The Majestic
The Bountiful
The Watchful
The Answerer
The Vast
The Wise
The One who Loves
The All Glorious
The Raiser of The Dead
The Witness
The Truth
The Trustee
The Strong
The Firm
The Protecting Friend
The All Praiseworthy
The Accounter
The Producer
The Restorer
The Giver of Life
The Bringer of Death
The Ever Living
The Self Subsisting Provider
The Perceiver
The Illustrious
The Unique
The One
The Self Sufficient
The All Able
The Dominant
The Expediter
The Delayer
The First (Alpha)
The Last (Omega)
The All Victorious
The Hidden
The Patron
The Self Exalted
The Most Kind and Righteous
The Ever Returning
The Avenger
The Pardoner
The Compassionate
The Owner of All Sovereignty
The Lord of Majesty and Generosity
The Equitable
The Gatherer
The All Rich
The Enricher
The Defender
The Afflictor
The Benefactor
The One Who Creates the Light
The Guide
The Incomparable
The Ever Enduring
The Heir
The Guide
The Patient

Did you notice one missing?  “Father” is not among the names of the false god!  Please don’t believe me…do your own research!  Now how can a “Christian” pastor know something like this and still teach/preach the sameness of the two?  The list does not contain the word father simply because he is NOT the same as the God of the Bible and he has said so in the Quran as well (see Talking Point #1 – the god of Islam does not have a son and Talking Point #4 – more on “The god of Islam does not have a son”).

Why would the god of Islam give himself so many names to begin with?  Believe it or not, it all relates back to his prideful boasting in the Bible when he, Lucifer, proclaimed his desire to be a god by listing his now-infamous five “I wills”:

“How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!  how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.”
Isaiah 14:12-14

To literally billions of people on this earth (Muslims and those who don’t care to know the difference), as well as to many “Christian” pastors right here in the United States, he has succeeded in doing exactly what he said he would.;  But it’s temporary.  If you’ll go to that passage of Scripture in your Bible and continue reading with the very next verse, you’ll find that Yehovah God condemned this line of thinking and Lucifer was “invited” to leave Heaven and that he will eventually be cast into Hell itself.

So, now that we’ve cleared that up, how many still want to conclude incorrectly that the god of Islam is the same as the God of the Bible?  You can’t, can you?  Facing facts really destroys fairy tales and it absolutely rips apart the zippers on the back on the sheep’s clothing that so many pastors wear every week.  If you’re wearing this kind of clothing, rip it off now, repent, and start teaching your congregation the Truth (and only the Truth) and drop the worldly affairs of fame and money to seek Him and lead others correctly.  Folks, the god of Islam is not the same as the God of the Bible, and…

Jesus is NOT in the Quran!

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