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In view of the abundance of fraud and falsehood, every commissioned messenger of God was supported by profound signs; invincible miracles to prove that he had been authorized to deliver God's message. When Moses went to Pharaoh, he threw down his staff and it became a serpent, Jesus restored sight to the blind, healed the hopelessly ill and revived the dead by God's leave. Similarly, God's messenger to the new world comes with irrefutable computer-age proof.

God instructs us to demand convincing evidence before we believe and accept His messenger. Those who carefully examine the evidence, then reach absolute certainty that I am announcing God's truth, enjoy a rare and great privilege, and bear a tremendous but joyous responsibility. For each and every one of us has made a solemn covenant with God, before we came to this world, that we shall accept and believe His messengers.

God made a covenant with the prophets, that He will give them the scripture and wisdom. Then, when a messenger comes to you (0 humankind), you shall believe in him and support him. God said, "Do you accept this, and make such a solemn covenant with Me? They said, "We accept." God said, "You thus bear witness, and I am a witness along with you.     [Koran 3:81]

God informs us that, for His part, He has pledged tremendous support and blessings for those who honor this pre-world covenant by believing and supporting His messengers:

The final prophet, who brought the final scripture, was Muhammad. According to the Koran, he was not the final messenger (33:40). Any messenger to come after Muhammad is to preach and confirm the existing scriptures (3:81). However, there is a strong human aversion against the idea of a living, "contemporary messenger." The Koran teaches that every single messenger was ridiculed by his contemporaries (21:36, 23:44, 25:41, 40:5). Muhammad was ridiculed: "Is this the one commissioned by God?" "Is this the one who attacks your gods," they said. Joseph was treated with ridicule and suspicion and when he died, the people said, "He was the last messenger" (40:34). Similarly, the vast majority of Muslims believe that Muhammad was the last messenger, even though this idea goes totally against Muhammad's teachings (7:35 & 33:40).

The recent exposure of false religionists and famous evangelists,

who claimed to preach the word of God, is one of the major harbingers of the advent of God's message to the New World. It is already pre-determined that America will receive, honor, and cherish this message.

God is the One who sent His messenger, with the guidance and the true religion, and decreed that it shall prevail, over all other religions, no matter what the idol worshipers do.

O you who believe, (you should know that) many pastors and preachers cheat the people out of     their money, and repulse the people from the path of God. [Koran 9:33-34, 48:28]


Since the advent of Muhammad, God's messenger and the last prophet (33:40), many people appeared who claimed to be messengers of God. These include Baha'ullah of Iran, Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, Pakistan, and Joseph Smith, the Mormon leader. None of these men, however, produced any kind of evidence that they were commissioned messengers of God. More significantly, they did not possess the criteria of God's messengers; they did not advocate the worship of God alone. Their preaching was replete with idolization of Muhammad and/or Jesus.

Lies these prophets utter in My name, the Lord said to me. I did not send them; I gave them no command nor did I speak to them. Lying visions, foolish divination, dreams of their own imagination, they prophesy to you. [Jeremiah 14:14]

"Be on your guard against false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but underneath are wolves on the prowl. You will know them by their deeds" [Matthew 7:15-16]

Who is more evil then one who fabricates lies concerning God, or claims to have received divine revelations, when nothing has been revealed to him? [Koran 6:93]

My mission as a divinely commissioned messenger of God is supported by physical evidence that will never be refuted by the objective and honest researcher. The evidence is in the form of a formidable mathematical code within God's final message to the world. This code is based on the number 19, and is clearly beyond human capability. It is impossible to give the details of the Koran's extensive mathematical composition in this preface. I have published five books on the subject. But I will present here sufficient examples to illustrate this 19-based miracle which is described by the

Almighty Himself as "One of the greatest miracles'   (74:30-35):

1. The word "God," the most important word, is mentioned in the Koran 2698 times, or 19x142.
2. When we add up the numbers of all verses where the word "God" occurs, the total comes to 118123, also a multiple of 19 (118123 = 19x6217). This proves the superhuman accuracy of the verse numbers.
3. The word "Koran" is mentioned in the Koran 57 times, 19x3,
4. When we add the verse numbers where the word "Koran" is found, the total is 2660, or 19 x140.
5. The word "Koran" occurs in 38 suras, 19x2.
6. When we add the number of suras where we find the word "Koran", plus the total of verse numbers reported above (2660), the grand total (2660+38) is 2698, which equals the number of occurrences of the word "God."
7. The Koran's famous opening statement (In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful) consists of 19 Arabic letters.
8. Each component word in the Koran's opening statement occurs in the whole book a number of times which is consistently a multiple of 19.
9. The Koran consists of 114 suras, or 19x6.
10. The total number of verses in the Koran is 6346, or 19 x 334.
11. The famous first revelation (96:1-5) consisted of 19 words, and 76 letters (19x4).
12. The last sura revealed (Sura 110) consists of 19 words.

This is only a quick idea about a vast and intricate mathematical code that is so overwhelming, it proves and guards the authenticity of every element of the Koran-the number of suras, the number of verses, the number of words, the number of certain specified letters, the unique and often strange spelling of certain crucial words, and many other elements of the Koran.

As it turned out, this divine 19-based mathematical code is also found in God's previous messages. The following is a direct quotation from a book entitled STUDIES IN JEWISH MYSTICISM (Association for Jewish Studies, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Joseph Dan and Frank Talmage, editors, 1982, Page 91). It refers to the work of Rabbi Judah the Pious, more then nine centuries ago:

... there are only nineteen times that the Holy Name is mentioned (in that portion of the morning prayer),

... and similarly you find the word 'Elohim nineteen

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