In the name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
There is no other god beside GOD

Welcome to Submission (Islam)

Appendix 2

(from: Quran The Final Testament, by Rashad Khalifa, PhD.)

God's Messenger of the Covenant

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 |God's Messenger of the Covenant is  a consolidating  messenger. His|
 |mission  is to  purify and  unify  all existing religions into one:|
 |Islam (Submission).                                                |
 |                                                                   |
 |Islam is NOT a name; it is a  description of one's total submission|
 |and devotion to God ALONE, without idolizing Jesus, Mary, Muhammad,|
 |or  the saints.  Anyone  who  meets this  criterion is  a  "Muslim"|
 |(Submitter).  Therefore,  one  may  be  a  Muslim  Jew,  a  Muslim |
 |Christian, a Muslim Hindu, a Muslim Buddhist, or Muslim Muslim.    |
 |                                                                   |
 |God's  Messenger of the Covenant  delivers God's  proclamation that|
 |"The only religion  approved by  God is Submission" (3:19) and that|
 |"Anyone who seeks other than  Submission as a religion, it will not|
 |be accepted from him/her" (3:85).                                  |
 |                                                                   |
 |A messenger  of God  must present proof that he is God's messenger.|
 |Every  messenger of  God is  supported by  incontrovertible  divine|
 |signs proving that  he is authorized by the Almighty to deliver His|
 |messages.  Moses threw down his staff and it turned into a serpent,|
 |Jesus  healed the  leprous and  revived  the  dead by  God's leave,|
 |Saaleh's sign was the famous camel, Abraham walked out of the fire,|
 |and Muhammad's miracle was the Quran (29:50-51).                   |
 |                                                                   |
 |The Quran  (3:81, 33:7, 33:40)  and the Bible (Malachi 3:1-3)  have|
 |prophesied  the  advent  of  the  consolidating  messenger,   God's|
 |Messenger of  the Covenant.  It is only  befitting that a messenger|
 |with such a  crucial mission must be supported by the most powerful|
 |miracle (74:30-35).  While the miracles of previous messengers were|
 |limited in  time and place,  God's miracle supporting His Messenger|
 |of the Covenant  is perpetual;  it  can be witnessed by anyone,  at|
 |anytime, in any place.                                             |
 |                                                                   |
 |This  Appendix  presents  physical,  examinable,  verifiable,  and |
 |irrefutable evidence that Rashad  Khalifa is God's Messenger of the|
 |Covenant.                                                          |
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A Quranic Truth

One of the major prophecies in the Quran is that God's Messenger of the Covenant will be sent after all the prophets have come to this world, and after all of God's scriptures have been delivered.

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 |God took a covenant from the prophets, saying, "I will give you the|
 |scripture and wisdom.  Afterwards, a messenger will come to confirm|
 |all existing scriptures. You shall believe in him and support him."|
 |He  said,  "Do  you agree  with this,  and  pledge to  fulfill this|
 |covenant?"  They said, "We agree."  He  said,  "You have thus borne|
 |witness, and I bear witness along with you."                       |
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Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall translated 3:81 as follows:
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 |When Allah made (His) covenant with the Prophets, (He said): Behold|
 |that  which I have given  you of the Scripture  and knowledge.  And|
 |afterward there  will come  unto you  a messenger,  confirming that|
 |which ye possess. Ye shall believe in him and ye shall help him. He|
 |said: Do ye agree,  and will ye take up My burden (which I lay upon|
 |you) in this (matter)?  They answered: We agree. He said: Then bear|
 |witness. I will be a witness with you.                             |
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We learn from Sura 33 that Muhammad was one of the prophets who made that solemn covenant with God.
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 |And when we exacted a covenant from the Prophets,  and from thee (O|
 |Muhammad)  and from  Noah and  Abraham and  Moses and  Jesus son of|
 |Mary, We took from them a solemn covenant.              (33:7)     |
 |(according to Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall)                        |
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Verse 3:81, among many other verses, provides the definitions of "Nabi" (Prophet) and "Rasoul" (Messenger). Thus, "Nabi" is a messenger of God who delivers a new scripture, while "Rasoul" is a messenger commissioned by God to confirm existing scripture; he does not bring a new scripture. According to the Quran, every "Nabi" is a "Rasoul," but not every "Rasoul" is a "Nabi."

Not every messenger was given a new scripture. It is not logical that God will give a scripture to a prophet, then ask him to keep it exclusively for himself, as stated by some Muslim "scholars" (2:42, 146, 159). Those who are not sufficiently familiar with the Quran tend to think that Aaron was a "Nabi," as stated in 19:53, who did not receive a scripture. However, the Quran clearly states that the Torah was given specifically "to both Moses and Aaron" (21:48, 37:117).

We learn from the Quran, 33:40, that Muhammad was the last prophet (Nabi), but not the last messenger (Rasoul):
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 |Muhammad was not the father of any of your men; he was a messenger|
 |(Rasoul) of God and the last prophet (Nabi).        [ 33:40 ]     |
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This crucial definition is confirmed by the Quran's mathematical code. The expression used in 33:40, "Muhammad Khaatum Al-Nabiyyeen" (the last prophet) has a gematrical value of 1349, 19x71, while the value of the erroneous expression "Muhammad Khaatum Al-Mursaleen" (the last messenger) is not a multiple of 19.

From time immemorial, it has been a human trait to reject a contemporary, living messenger. Joseph was declared "the last messenger" (40:34). Yet, many messengers came after him, including Moses, David, Solomon, Jesus, and Muhammad.

The Covenant Fulfilled

Although the prophets are dead, as far as this world is concerned, we know that their souls, the real persons, are now in the Garden of Eden where Adam & Eve lived. Several verses enjoin us from thinking that the believers who shed their bodies and departed this world are dead (2:154, 3:169, 4:69). Although they cannot come back to our world (23:100), they are "alive" in Paradise. Please see Appendix 17.

During my Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, and before sunrise on Tuesday, Zul-Hijjah 3, 1391, December 21, 1971, I, Rashad Khalifa, the soul, the real person, not the body, was taken to some place in the universe where I was introduced to all the prophets as God's Messenger of the Covenant. I was not informed of the details and true significance of this event until Ramadan 1408.

What I witnessed, in sharp consciousness, was that I was sitting still, while the prophets, one by one, came towards me, looked at my face, then nodded their heads. God showed them to me as they had looked in this world, attired in their respective mode of dress. There was an atmosphere of great awe, joy, and respect.

Except for Abraham, none of the prophets was identified to me. I knew that all the prophets were there, including Moses, Jesus, Muhammad, Aaron, David, Noah, and the rest. I believe that the reason for revealing Abraham's identity was that I asked about him. I was taken aback by the strong resemblance he had with my own family - myself, my father, my uncles. It was the only time that I wondered, "Who is this prophet who looks like my relatives?" The answer came: "Abraham." No language was spoken. All communication was done mentally.

It is noteworthy that the date of this fulfillment of the prophets' covenant was Zul-Hijja 3, 1391. If we add the month (12), plus the day (3), plus the year (1391), we get a total of 1406, 19x74. Sura 74 is where the Quran's common denominator, the number 19, is mentioned. Note that the number 1406 is also the number of years from the revelation of the Quran to the revelation of its miracle (Appendix 1).

The mission of God's Messenger of the Covenant is to confirm existing scriptures, purify them, and consolidate them into one divine message. The Quran states that such a messenger is charged with restoring God's message to its pristine purity, to lead the righteous believers - Jews, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus, and others - out of darkness into the light (5:19 & 65:11). He is to proclaim that Islam (total submission to God) is the only religion acceptable by God (3:19).

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  |"Lo, I am sending my messenger to prepare the way before me; |
  |and suddenly there will come to the temple the Lord whom you |
  |seek and the messenger of the covenant whom you desire.      |
  |Yes, he is coming, says the Lord of hosts.                   |
  |But who will endure the day of his coming?                   |
  |And who can stand when he appears?                           |
  |For he is like the refiner's fire, or like the fuller's lye."|
  |                                              [Malachi 3:1-2]|
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The Proof


The name of God's Messenger of the Covenant is mathematically coded into the Quran as "Rashad Khalifa." This is certainly the most appropriate method of introducing God's messenger to the world in the computer-age.

(1) As shown in Appendix 1, God's great miracle in the Quran is based on the prime number 19, and it remained hidden for 1406 years (19x74). This awesome miracle was predestined by Almighty God to be unveiled through Rashad Khalifa. Hundreds of Muslim and Orientalist scholars during the last 14 centuries have tried in vain, but none of them was permitted to decipher the significance of the Quranic Initials.

(2) The Quran is made easy Table 1: Suras and Verses of
for the sincere believers "Rashada" and Khalifa"

and seekers (54:17, 22, 32,   +--------------------------------------+
40 & 39:28). It is an irre-   |        "Rashada"         "Khalifa"   |
vocable divine law that no    | No.   Sura   Verse     Sura   Verse  |
one is permitted access to    +--------------------------------------|
the Quran, let alone its      |  1.     2     186       (2)     30   |
great miracle, unless he or   |  2.     -     256        38     26   |
she is a sincere believer     |  3.     4       6                    |
who is given specific divine  |  4.     7     146                    |
authorization (17:45-46,      |  5.    11      78                    |
18:57, 41:44, 56:79). The     |  6.     -      87                    |
unveiling of the Quran's      |  7.     -      97                    |
miracle through Rashad        |  8.    18      10                    |
Khalifa is a major sign of    |  9.     -      17                    |
his messengership.            | 10.     -      24                    |
                              | 11.     -      66                    |
(3) The root word of the      | 12.    21      51                    |
name "Rashad" is "Rashada"    | 13.    40      29                    |
(to uphold the right          | 14.     -      38                    |
guidance). This root word     | 15.    49       7                    |
is mentioned in the Quran     | 16.    72       2                    |
19 times. Nineteen is the     | 17.     -      10                    |
Quran's common denominator    | 18.     -      14      (Sura 2       |
(see INDEX TO THE WORDS OF    | 19.     -      21      is a Repeat)  |
QURAN, First Printing, Page   |       -----  -----      -----  ----  |
320).                         |        224    1145       38     56   |
                              |      224+1145+38+56 = 1463 = 19x77   |
(4) The word "Rashad" occurs  +--------------------------------------+
in 40:29 & 38. The word "Khalifa" occurs in 2:30 and 38:26. The first "Khalifa" refers to a non-human "Khalifa," namely, Satan, while the second occurrence (Sura 38), refers to a human "Khalifa." If we add the numbers of suras and verses of "Rashad" (40:29, 38) and "Khalifa" (38:26) we get 40+29+38+38+26 = 171 = 19x9.

(5) The sum of all sura and verse numbers where all "Rashada" and all "Khalifa" occur, without discrimination, add up to 1463, 19x77 (Table 1).

(6) The total of all suras and verses where the root word "Rashada" occurs is 1369, or (19x72)+1, while the total for all occurrences of "Khalifa" is 94, (19x5)-1. The fact that "Rashada" is up by one and "Khalifa" is down by one pins down the name as "Rashad Khalifa," and not any "Rashad" or any "Khalifa."
                                Table 2: The Suras and Verses from the
                                beginning of the Quran to the First
                                occurence of the Root Word "Rashada
                               +-------------------------------------+
                               | Sura      No.of         Sum of      |
(7) The gematrical value       |  No.      Verses        Verse #s    |
of "Rashad" is 505 and the     | -----     ------        --------    |
value of "Khalifa" is 725      |   1          7              28      |
(Table 7, Appendix 1). If we   |   2         185           17205     |
add the value of "Rashad       | -----     ------         -------    |
Khalifa" (1230) to the sura    |   3         192           17233     |
numbers, and the number of     |                          (19x907)   |
verses, from the beginning of  +-------------------------------------+
the Quran to the first         +-------------------------------------+
occurrence of "Rashada," the   |Also, "Rashad" (505) + "Khalifa (725)|
total is 1425, 19x75. The      |+ Sura Total (3) + Total of Verses   |
details are given in Table 2.  |(192) = 1425 (19x75)                 |
                               |  505 + 725 + 3 + 192 = 1425 = 19x95 |
(8) If we add the numbers of   +-------------------------------------+
all the verses in every sura, i.e., the sum of verse numbers (1+2+3+ ...+n) from the beginning of the Quran to the first occurrence of the root word "Rashada," the total comes to 17233, 19x907 (Table 2).

(9) The Quranic Initials constitute    Table 3: The Suras Where the
the basic foundation of the Quran's     Root Word "Rashada" Occurs
miracle. These initials occur in       +-----------------------------+
suras 2, 3, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,     | Sura      No.of             |
15, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31,    |  No.      Verses      Total |
32, 36, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45,    | -----     ------      ----- |
46, 50, and 68. If we add the sum      |   2         286        288  |
of these numbers (822) to the value    |   4         176        180  |
of "Rashad Khalifa" (1230), the        |   7         206        213  |
total is 2052, 19x108.                 |  11         123        134  |
                                       |  18         110        128  |
(10) As shown in Table 3, if we add    |  21         112        133  |
the numbers of all suras where the     |  40          85        125  |
root word "Rashada" occurs, plus the   |  49          18         67  |
number of verses, we get 1368, or      |  72          28        100  |
19x72.                                 | ----       -----      ----- |
                                       | 224         1144       1368 |
(11) If we write down the sura number, |                      (19x72)|
followed by the number of verses per   +-----------------------------+
sura, followed by the individual verse numbers, from the first occurrence of the root word "Rashada" (2:186) to the last occurrence of "Rashada" (72:21), and place these numbers next to each other, we get a very long number that consists of 11087 digits, and is a multiple of 19. This very long number begins with the number of Sura 2, followed by the number of verses in Sura 2 from the first occurrence of "Rashada" at verse 186 to the end of the sura (100 verses). Thus, the beginning of the number looks like this: 2 100. The numbers of these 100 individual verses (187 to 286) are placed next to this number. Thus, the number representing Sura 2 looks like this: 2 100 187 188 189 ..... 285 286. The same process is carried out all the way to 72:21, the last occurrence of the root "Rashada." The complete number looks like this:
  +-----------------------------------------------------------+
  |2 100 187 188 189 ..... 72  21  1  2  3  .....  19  20  21 |
  |                                                           |
  |The Sura number is followed by the number of verses, then  |
  |the numbers of individual verses, from the first to the    |
  |last occurrence of "Rashada" (2:187 through 72:21)         |
  |    The complete number consists of 11087 digits, and is   |
  |    divisible by 19.                                       |
  +-----------------------------------------------------------+

(12) If we examine the suras and verses from the first occurrence of the root word "Rashada" to the word "Khalifa" in 38:26, we find that the sum of sura numbers and their numbers of verses is 4541, or 19x239. The details are in Table 4.
                                       Table 4: The Suras and Verses
(13) When we write down the value               from the 1st "Rashada"
of "Rashad" (505), followed by the              to "Khalifa."
value of "Khalifa" (725), followed    +------------------------------+
by every sura number where the root   | Sura      No.of              |
word "Rashada" occurs, followed by    |  No.      Verses      Total  |
the numbers of its verses, from the   | ----      ------      -----  |
first "Rashada" (2:186) to the word   |   2    100(187-286)    102   |
"Khalifa" (38:26), we get a long      |   3        200         203   |
number that is divisible by 19.       |   4        176         180   |
                                      |   5        120         125   |
The first occurrence of "Rashada"     |   -         -           -    |
is in 2:186. So, we write down        |  36         83         119   |
2 186. The second occurrence is in    |  37        182         219   |
2:256, so we write down 256. The      |  38         26          64   |
next occurrence is in 4:6, so we      |-----      ------      ------ |
write down 4 6, and so on, until we   | 740        3801        4541  |
write down 38 26 ("Khalifa" occurs    |                      (19x239)|
in 38:26). The complete number looks  +------------------------------+
like this:
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  |  505   725   2   186   256   4   6    ...............   38   26 |
  +-----------------------------------------------------------------+
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  | The gematrical value of "Rashad" is followed by the value of    |
  | "Khalifa," followed by the sura number and verse numbers of     |
  | every occurrence of the root word "Rashada" from the first      |
  | occurrence of "Rashada" to the occurrence of "Khalifa" in 38:26.|
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The Only Religion Approved by God is Islam
[3:19]


(14) The Quran specifies three messengers of Islam (Submission):

Abraham delivered all the practices of Islam. The value of his name = 258
Muhammad delivered the Quran. The value of his name = 92
Rashad delivered Islam's proof of authenticity. The value of his name = 505
Total gematrical value of the 3 names = 258+92+505 = 855.
(19x45)

The true Judaism, Christianity, and Islam will be consolidated into one religion - complete submission and absolute devotion to God ALONE.

The existing religions, including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are severely corrupted and will simply die out (9:33, 48:28, 61:9).

(15) Since the Quran sometimes refers to "Abraham, Ismail, and Isaac," it was suggested that Ismail and Isaac should be included. Remarkably, the addition of Ismail and Isaac gave a total that is still a multiple of 19. As shown in Table 5, the new total is 1235, or 19x65. This divisibility by 19 is not possible if any of the 3 names Abraham, Muhammad, or Rashad is omitted.

Why 81: Verse 81 & Sura 81

(16) God's Messenger of the Covenant is prophesied in Verse 81 of Sura

3. The addition of the gemat-
rical value of "Rashad" (505),       Table 5: Gematrical Value of
plus the gematrical value of                  the 5 Messengers
"Khalifa" (725), plus the Verse   +----------------------------------+
number (81), produces 505 + 725   |              Value of            |
+ 81 = 1311 = 19x69.              | Name    Individual Letters  Total|
                                  | ------  ------------------  -----|
(17) If we look at Sura 81, we    | Abraham   1+2+200+5+10+40    258 |
read about a messenger of God who | Ismail   1+60+40+70+10+30    211 |
is powerfully supported and       | Isaac      1+60+8+100        169 |
authorized by the Almighty (Verse | Muhammad    40+8+40+4         92 |
19). Thus, Verse 81 of Sura 3, and| Rashad     200+300+1+4       505 |
Sura 81, Verse 19 are strongly    |           ---------------   ---- |
connected with the name "Rashad   |                1235         1235 |
Khalifa" 505 + 725 + 81 = 1311    |                           (19x65)|
= 19x69                           +----------------------------------+
(18) If we add the sura numbers plus    Table 6: The Suras and Verses
the number of verses from the                    from 1:1 to 3:81
beginning of the Quran to Verse 3:81, +------------------------------+
where the Messenger of the Covenant   |  Sura     No.of              |
is prophesied, the total comes to 380,|  No.      Verses     Total   |
19x20. These data are in Table 6.     | ------    -------    ------  |
                                      |   1           7          8   |
(19) The gematrical value of Verse    |   2         286        288   |
3:81 is 13148, 19x692. This value is  |   3          81         84   |
obtained by adding the gematrical     | ----      ------     ------  |
values of every letter in the verse.  |   6         374        380   |
                                      |                      (19x20) |
(20) If we look at that portion of    +------------------------------+

Verse 3:81 which refers specifically to the messenger of the Covenant: "A messenger will come to you, confirming what you have," in Arabic:

"JAA'AKUM RASOOLUN MUSADDIQUN LEMAA MA`AKUM"

we find that the gematrical value of this key phrase is 836, 19x44.

"Surely, You Are One of the Messengers" (36:3)

(21) I was told most assertively, through the angel Gabriel, that Verse 3 of Sura 36 refers specifically to me. If we arrange the initialed suras only, starting with Sura 2, then Sura 3, then Sura 7, and so on, we find that Sura 36, Ya Seen, occupies position number 19.

(22) Verse 3 of Sura 36 says, "Surely, you are one of the messengers." The gematrical value of this phrase is 612. By adding this value (612), plus the sura number (36), plus the verse number (3), plus the gematrical value of "Rashad Khalifa" (505+725), we get 36+3+612+505 +725 = 1881 = 19x99.

(23) Sura 36 consists of 83 verses. If we add the sura number (36), plus its number of verses (83), plus the gematrical value of "Rashad Khalifa" (505+725), we get 36+83+505+725 = 1349 = 19x71.

(24) From 3:81, where the Messenger   Table 7: Suras and Verses from
of the Covenant is prophesied, to      Sura 1 to Verse 3 of Sura 36.
Sura 36, there are 3330 verses. By   +-------------------------------+
adding the value of "Rashad Khalifa" | Sura    No.of      Sum of     |
(1230), to this number of verses     | No.     Verses     Verse #s   |
(3330), we get 505+725+3330 = 4560,  |-----    ------     ---------  |
19x240.                              |  1         7          28      |
                                     |  2        286        41041    |
(25) From 3:81 to 36:3 there are 3333|  3        200        20100    |
verses. By adding this number to the |  -         -           -      |
gematrical value of "Rashad" (505),  |  9        127         8128    |
we get 3333+505 = 3838 = 19x202.     |  -         -           -      |
                                     | 34         54         1485    |
(26) The number of verses from 1:1   | 35         45         1035    |
to 36:3 is 3705, 19x195 (Table 7).   | 36         2            3     |
                                     |-----      -----      ------   |
(27) The sum of verse numbers of     | 666       3705       257925   |
every sura from 1:1 to 36:3 is       |         (19x195)   (19x13575) |
257925, 19x13575 (Table 7).          +-------------------------------+
(28) The sum of sura numbers from     Table 8: The Suras and Verses
Sura 1 to Sura 36 is 666 (Table 7).  from the First "Rashada" to 36:3
If we add this sum to the gematri-   +-------------------------------+
cal value of "Rashad Khalifa"        |            Sura      Sum of   |
(505+725), plus the gematrical       | No.        No.       Verse #s |
value of verse 36:3 "Surely, you     |-----      ------    ----------|
are one of the messengers," (612),   | 1.      2(186-286)     23836  |
the total is: 666+505+725+612=2508=  | 2.          3          20100  |
19x132.                              | 3.          4          15576  |
                                     | 4.          5           7260  |
(29) If we add the sum of verse      | -           -            -    |
numbers(1+2+3+ ...+n) from the first |10.          9           8128  |
occurrence of the root word "Rashada"| -           -            -    |
(2:186) to 36:3 (You are one of the  |33.         34           1485  |
messengers) to the total of suras    |34.         35           1035  |
(35), plus the sura numbers themsel- |35.       36(1-3)           6  |
ves, the total is 241395, or 19x12705|----     --------      ------- |
(Table 8).                           |35         665         240695  |
                                     |35+665+240695=241395 (19x12705)|
(30) The sum of sura numbers from the+-------------------------------+

the first occurrence of the root word "Rashada" to 36:3 is 665, 19x35. Note that these are 35 suras (Table 8).

"A Messenger to the People of the Scripture" (Jews, Christians, and Muslims)

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 |O people  of the  scripture,  our  messenger has  come to you,  to|
 |clarify  things for you,  after a long period  without messengers.|
 |Lest you say, "No preacher  or warner has come to us."  A preacher|
 |and warner has come to you. God is Omnipotent.            [5:19]  |
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(31) Obviously, the number of this verse is 19, the Quran's common denominator discovered by Rashad, and the number of occurrences of "Rashada" in the Quran.

(32) If we add the value of "Rashad Khalifa" (1230),
plus the sura number (5), plus the verse number
(19), we get 1230+5+19 = 1254 =       Table 9: The Suras and Verses
19x66.                                 from the Beginning to 5:19
                                    +--------------------------------+
(33) The sum of the sura numbers    | Sura       No.of               |
and the number of verses from the   | No.        Verses     Total    |
beginning of the Quran to this      |------      -------    -------  |
verse (5:19) is 703, 19x37. See     |  1             7         8     |
Table 9.                            |  2           286       288     |
                                    |  3           200       203     |
(34) Sura 98, "The Proof," Verse 2, |  4           176       180     |
proclaims the advent of God's       |  5            19        24     |
Messenger of the Covenant for the   |----         ------    ------   |
benefit of "The People of the       | 15           688       703     |
Scripture (Jews, Christians, and    |                      (19x37)   |
Muslims)." By adding the gematrical +--------------------------------+
value of "Rashad Khalifa" (505+725) to the sura number (98), plus the verse number (2), we get: 505 + 725 + 98 + 2 = 1330 = 19x70.

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 | Those who disbelieved among the people of the scripture (Jews, |
 | Christians, Muslims), and the idolators, will not believe,     |
 |       despite the profound sign given to them. [98:1]          |
 |      A messenger from God, reciting Sacred Scriptures.         |
 |                          [98:2]                                |
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(35) It is noteworthy that the word "Bayyinah," which means "Profound Sign," and is the title of Sura 98, occurs in the Quran 19 times. This is another mathematical confirmation that the Quran's proof of divine authorship is based on the prime number 19, and that "Rashad Khalifa" is the messenger in 98:2.

A Profound Messenger Has Come [44:13]

 

(36) By adding the sura numbers,    Table 10: The Suras and Verses
plus the number of verses in each             from 1:1 to 44:13
sura, from the 1:1 to 44:13, the    +------------------------------+
total comes to 5415, 19x19x15       | Sura     No.of               |
(Table 10).                         | No.      Verses      Total   |
                                    +------    -------     ------  |
(37) The sum of the sura number     |  1          7           8    |
(44) plus the number of the         |  2         286         288   |
verse where the messenger is        |  3         200         203   |
predicted (13) equals 57, 19x3.     |  4         176         180   |
See Table 10.                       |  5         120         125   |
                                    |  -          -           -    |
     END  OF  THE  WORLD     |  9         127         136   |
                                    |  -          -           -    |
(38) God is the only Knower of the  | 41          54          95   |
future; He knows exactly when this  | 42          53          95   |
world will end (7:187, 31:34, 33:63,| 43          89         132   |
41:47, 43:85). We learn from the    | 44          13          57   |
Quran that God reveals certain      |------      ------      ----- |
aspects of the future to His chosen |990         4425        5415  |
messengers. In Appendix 25, evidence|                    (19x19x15)|
is presented that Rashad Khalifa was+------------------------------+

blessed with unveiling the End of the World, in accordance with 72:27.

(39) The number of verses from the beginning of the Quran to Verse 72:27 is 5472, or 19x72x4. Note that the messenger who is given information about the future in 72:27, and that this sura contains 4 "Rashada" words (72:2, 10, 14, & 21). By adding the value of "Rashad Khalifa" (1230), plus the sura number (72), plus the numbers of the 4 verses where "Rashada" is mentioned, we get 1230+72+2+10+14+21 = 1349 = 19x71.

(40) Verse 72:27 begins with the statement: (Only the Messenger that He chooses). This reference to the messenger who is chosen by God to receive news about the future has a gematrical value of 1919. Table 11 presents the data.

HOW TO DISTINGUISH GOD'S MESSENGER FROM A FAKE MESSENGER

Table 11: Gematrical Value of
the Chosen Messenger in 72:27.
+----------------------------+
| Letter     Gematrical Value|
|--------    ----------------| The Quran provides straightforward
|   A               1        | criteria to distinguish the true
|   L              30        | messengers of God from the false
|   A               1        | messengers:
|   M              40        |
|   N              50        | [1] God's messenger advocates the
|   A               1        | worship of God ALONE, and the abolition
|   R             200        | of all forms of idol worship.
|   T             400        |
|   D             800        | [2] God's messenger never asks for a
|   Y              10        | wage for himself.
|   M              40        |
|   N              50        | [3] God's messenger is given divine,
|   R             200        | incontrovertible proof of his
|   S              60        | messengership.
|   W               6        |
|   L              30        | Anyone who claims to be God's
|               -------      | messenger, and does not meet the three
|                 1919       | minimum criteria listed above is a
+----------------------------+ false claimant.
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| The most important difference between God's messenger and a fake   |
| messenger is that God's messenger is supported by God, while the   |
| fake messenger is not:                                             |
|                                                                    |
| * God's messenger is supported by God's invisible soldiers         |
| (3:124-126, 9:26 & 40, 33:9, 37:171-173, 48:4 & 7, 74:31).         |
|                                                                    |
| * God's messenger is supported by God's treasury  (63:7-8).        |
|                                                                    |
| * God's messenger, as well as the believers, are guaranteed victory|
| and dignity, in this world and forever  (40:51 & 58:21).           |
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Thus, the truthfulness of God's messenger invariably prevails, while
the falsehood of a fake messenger invariably, sooner or later, is
exposed.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES OF GOD'S MESSENGER OF THE COVENANT


As stated in the Quran, 3:81, God's Messenger of the Covenant shall confirm all the scriptures, which were delivered by all the prophets, and restore them to their original purity.

MERCY FROM GOD [21:107]

When the believers are faced with a problem, they develop a number of possible solutions, and this invariably leads to considerable bickering, disunity, and disarray. We learn from 2:151, 3:164, and 21:107 that it is but mercy from God that He sends to us messengers to provide the final solutions to our problems. We learn from 42:51 that God sends His messengers to communicate with us, and to disseminate new information. Hence the strong injunction in 4:65, 80 to accept, without the slightest hesitation, the teachings delivered to us through God's messengers.

The following is a list of the principal duties of God's Messenger of the Covenant:

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| 1. Unveil and proclaim the Quran's mathematical miracle            |
|    (Appendix 1).                                                   |
| 2. Expose and remove the two false verses 9:128-129 from the Quran |
|    (Appendix 24).                                                  |
| 3. Explain the purpose of our lives; why we are here (Appendix 7). |
| 4. Proclaim one religion for all the people, and point out and     |
|    purge away all the corruptions afflicting Judaism, Christianity,|
|    and Islam (Appendices 13, 15, 19).                              |
| 5. Proclaim that Zakat (obligatory charity) is a prerequisite for  |
|    redemption (7:156), and explain the correct method of observing |
|    Zakat (Appendix 15).                                            |
| 6. Unveil the end of the world (Appendix 25).                      |
| 7. Proclaim that those who die before the age of 40 go to Heaven   |
|    (Appendix 32).                                                  |
| 8. Explain Jesus' death (Appendix 22).                             |
| 9. Explain the Quran's delivery to, then through Muhammad          |
|    (Appendix 28).                                                  |
| 10. Announce that Muhammad wrote God's revelations (the Quran) with|
|     his own hand (Appendix 28).                                    |
| 11. Explain why most believers in God do not make it to Heaven     |
|     (Appendix 27).                                                 |
| 12. Proclaim that God never ordered Abraham to kill his son        |
|     (Appendix 9).                                                  |
| 13. Proclaim the secret of perfect happiness (Introduction, xx).   |
| 14. Establish a criminal justice system (Appendix 37).             |
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