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A Proper Use of Time by Jabril Muhammad

How much time do we have to waste? How much time do we have to procrastinate? Consider this from the Muhammad Ali translation of the Holy Qur’an, footnote #2793 to verse 3 of Surah 103 titled “The Time.” “The testimony of time is threefold; the flight of time affords the testimony that it is only those who do not waste the...

Engulfed in the mother of entanglement

Only in the Gospels of Matthew (27:18) and Mark (15:10) are we told that envy was the motive of the religious leaders, who handed Jesus over to the Roman authorities to be murdered. The word “envy” does not appear elsewhere in the four gospels. In Volume One of “The Death of the Messiah,” Raymond E. Brown, on page 802, writes...

The power of the Mother Plane

‘The Messiah has taught much of this huge plane, which is the physical fulfillment of several prophecies of it, in Ezekiel and throughout the Bible. This wheel-like plane is the location from which the Honorable Elijah Muhammad spoke to Minister Farrakhan on September 17, 1985.’ “Nay, they charge with falsehood that whose knowledge they cannot compass, even before the elucidation thereof...

The need for study, understanding in a time of trouble

The events we see and are involved in are proof that the Honorable Elijah Muhammad has received that next book. And before he left us he published in the Muhammad Speaks newspaper that he would receive that book on the Mother Plane from Master Fard Muhammad. Let us remember, the path the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is on and invites...

How do we define love?

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is obviously no average human being. The universal outpouring of love for him, as he suffers, while regaining his health, last year and now, is evidence of this fact. Millions and millions of people love him. The millions who prayed for him last year, and now, do so because of the tremendous value they see in him....

The true Children of Israel and the architecture of White supremacy

How many people reacted to this book, in your city, title “Defending Farrakhan, Book 2?” How many were Black, White, Mexican and others—but important. Don’t react to me, but to God, Himself (Allah). We can read the words contained in the book from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: “I asked the question, ‘Who are the real children of Israel’? “The Honorable Elijah Muhammad...

More Than A Vision – Part 2

A little over five months later, in February, 1986, the Minister asked me to accompany him on a flight from Chicago to Washington, D.C. where he was invited to head up a press conference. I did. As we neared the capital, the pilot announced that there was fog so thick that we had to land outside of the city....

The nature of prophecy by Jabril Muhammad

It was August 1st or 2nd, 1961, when the Honorable Elijah Muhammad gathered his ministers, in what was then called Muhammad’s Temple No. 2 in Chicago, Illinois, for a significant one-day (and later dinner) conference. He opened the meeting by informing us that what he called us there for, he could say in six or seven minutes. Four hours later,...

An expansion of understanding the mission

"We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the likeness of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers. And those he predestined, he also called; those he called,...

Humility: An important characteristic for a Muslim

Imagine it’s 6 A.M. You are feeling good. You decide to drive to a small mountain range that you know will take you high enough to view the whole city. It’s almost a cloudless day. You can see for many miles. It’s pleasant; beautiful; peaceful; quiet. Time passes. Suddenly you’re jolted by your remembrance that wars are taking place the...

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