Prophet Jacob (A) Statement about Imam Mahdi (AJ) in the Bible


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Prophet Jacob (A) Statement about Imam Mahdi (AJ) in the Bible

Genesis – Chapter 49: 10

10 – The scepter will not depart from Judah, Nor the lawgiver from between his feet, Until Shiloh comes, and to him will be the obedience of peoples.

According to this phrase, sovereignty and legislation remain (more or less) until the coming of Shiloh in the generation of Judah (Yehuda)! Meaning, Shiloh himself (to whom all the tribes submit) is not of the tribe of Judah (Yehuda)! While we know that the Messiah and Savior in Judaism and Christianity are from the generation of Judah (Yehuda)!

Who is Shiloh? In the footnote of the Bible translation, two meanings are suggested for it: 1. Someone to whom the scepter belongs. 2. Peace and tranquility. These meanings are in line with the savior of Islam who is Imam Mahdi (AJ). In verse 208 of Surah Al-Baqarah, all believers are called to peace and tranquility.

O you who believe! Enter into peace (submission), wholeheartedly”. (Al-Baqara:208).

We have written in the Psalms, after the Reminder, that the earth will be inherited by My righteous servants”. (Al-Anbiya:105) A narration from Imam Baqir (A) says these are the followers of Imam Mahdi (AJ).

O you who believe! Obey God and obey the Messenger and those in authority among you”. (An-Nisa:59). Imam Mahdi (AJ) is the last Guardian of God in the above verse, and he is alive now and we must obey him.

According to written history, after the falling of ten tribes of Prophet Jacob (A), complete sovereignty came to the tribe of Judah (Yehuda) which is the reason Jews are called “Yehuda Nation”. Based on the gospel of the Prophet Jacob (A), the savior of the apocalypse cannot be the savior of Judaism and Christianity. Rather, these signs correspond to the Promised Imam Mahdi (AJ). A savior whose emergence will end Jewish rule.

All praise is to God to the extent that He deserves it.

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