23rd March: The Promised Messiah Day: The Latter Day Blessings of Islam

Examiner.com: By Ayesha Noor: Happy 122nd Promised Messiah Day to everyone. March 23rd of the year 1889 became a revolutionary day in world religions’ history. On that day the waiting of all the religions for a reformer, a savior, a redeemer, a spiritual guide and a Messiah came to end.

Every religion contains prophecies about the advent of a reformer in the latter day. For example:  The Hindus awaited the re-advent of Krishna foretold in their scriptures; the Christians awaited the appearance of Jesus; the Muslims awaited the appearance of the Jesus as well as of Mahdi.  Zoroastrians believed in the coming of Mesio Darbahme. The Buddhists also awaited the advent of Prophet Buddha in this time and age.

All religions prescribed precisely the same time for the appearance of their respective spiritual reformers. For example, the Holy Prophet of Islam foretold that the Mahdi will appear in the 14th century of Islam and there will be famines and earthquakes and other natural disasters.


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4 replies

  1. Abdullah bin Amar (RA) relates that the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said “Surely things will happen to my people as happened earlier to Israelites, they will resemble each other like one shoe in a pair resembles the other to the extent that if anyone among the Israelites has openly committed adultery to his mother there will be some who will do this in my Ummah as well, verily the Israelites were divided into 72 sections but my people will be divided into 73 sections, all of them will be in the fire except one.” The companions asked, ‘Who are they O Messenger of Allah,’ Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “They are those who will be like me and my companions.”

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