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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,...

The basis of a brand new world

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Decades ago, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad wrote in an article, which later appeared in the 34th chapter of Our Saviour Has Arrived: "The Days of the Son of Man represent the Days (Years) that He will be Judging the world and punishing the world for her evil. The Son of Man is gathering, teaching, and training His people right in...

How to keep desires in harmony with God

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Brother Jabril Muhammad: Brother Minister, as you know, the scriptures teach that the evil move that was made against Joseph, by his brothers, was out of envy. Jesus, of course, suffered envy. A great deal of what happens today, in America and elsewhere, is motivated by jealousy and envy. What gives rise to jealousy and especially envy? The Honorable Minister Louis...

Gratitude, Envy and Redemption

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More Excerpts from 'Closing the Gap…' Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint and was published on March 11, 2008.] I’m asking you to either buy and give it away as a gift or motivate someone else to buy a copy of this book “Closing The Gap and read it.” On page 159 of “Closing The Gap” starts this article: Brother Jabril: Brother...

Hypocrisy vs. Belief: The Final test of faith

“If you did not want to struggle, you should never have come. If you did not want misfortune, this is the wrong place for you. I don’t say suicide is a good way out, but if that’s what you wish to do, that’s up to you because you’re not willing to face difficulty, ‘Well, let me kill myself. Let...

Exiting the old, entering the new and making Gods

On the marquee of a Church here in Phoenix, Arizona are these words: “Two people cannot both love God and hate each other.” This is the third installment of the interview I conducted with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on October 9, 2005, in Phoenix, Arizona. When I asked the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: “Might this lead to the presentation...

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...

Accessing God’s Mind

“Certainly a Messenger has come to you from among yourselves; grievous to him is your falling into distress, most solicitous for you, to the believers (he is) compassionate, merciful. But if they turn away, say: Allah is sufficient for me—there is no God but He. On Him do I rely, and He is the Lord of the mighty Throne....

Intelligent self-sacrifice

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In the King James Version of the Bible, there are 53 sentences containing the expression: “Moses and Aaron.” In The Holy Qur’an, there are eight sentences with this same expression: “Moses and Aaron.” When we read these verses, in context, they should make us think that these two men were important in Allah’s sight and planning, and close to Him...

Understanding the parable of the wheat and the tare

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This article was written on October 28, 2001 and appeared in this newspaper, Volume 21, Number 6, except this paragraph. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan answered a question from me, for Closing The Gap back in May 2000, which in part reads: “If you did not want to struggle, you should never have come. If you did not want misfortune,...