‘Hear the Voice from Heavens’ through Muslim Television Ahmadiyya (MTA) – Fulfillment of great prophecies

Source: alislam.org

Hear the Voice from The Heavens!

Muslim Television Ahmadiyya (MTA) – The fulfillment of great prophecies and a blessing of Almighty Allah

(Part 1)

by Imtiaz Ahmed Rajayki. Translated by Wajeeh Bajwa and Anisa Bushra Salam Bajwa

An innocent and handsome child, around nine or ten years old, was listening to a Friday sermon in the Aqsa Mosque in Qadian. The words of the Imam were likely still beyond his comprehension; however, he was utterly mesmerized by a device in front of his respected father into which he was speaking that day, and which was broadcasting his voice most clearly, far and wide.

Muslim Television Ahmadiyya [www.mta.tv]

More than half a century has passed since this incident. No one ever imagined that the same young child himself would have the honor, ages afterwards, to announce to the world the fulfillment of predictions [given in the speech by his father] in these words:

“A loudspeaker was used for the very first time in Qadian on January 7, 1938. In his Friday sermon, Hazrat Musleh Mau‘ud(ra) stated: ‘Now that day is not far when an individual sitting in a remote place will be able to deliver a sermon and guidance to the entire world. At this time, our resources do not permit us to do so, we do not have the means and there are practical challenges in our way; however, one day all these impediments will be removed. Looking at the manner and the speed with which Almighty Allah is enabling us to make progress, we are assured that all these difficulties will be removed in the near future by the Grace and Mercy of Almighty Allah.’”

My heart is replete with praise for and gratitude to Almighty Allah while writing about this historical chapter that at times looked impossible to achieve and how all these difficulties and impediments were indeed removed through the extraordinary help of Almighty Allah.

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