He had to come from Saudi with ten thousand saints
Here is a major prophecy about Muhammad in the Bible, that of taking
Mecca ten thousand companions
"The eternal came from Sinai, he stood up from Seir unto them, he shined forth from mount Paran. And he came with ten thousand saints South [or her right hand] is pulled out a fiery law for them. "[Deuteronomy 33: 2]
"The eternal came from Sinai, he stood up from Seir unto them, He shone forth from Mount Paran. "
Jewish and Christian tradition that these three locations denote the Sinai, we will see that it means rather: Sinai, Palestine and Arabia.
Mount Sinai is well experienced, it is where Moses received the tablets of the law, and he heard God.
Seir is a mountain north of Judah (now Palestine), located near the ancient Beth-Shemesh (Ain Shems today), according to "Smith's Bible Dictionary" and "The KJV Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon".
Not far from Seir is Bethlehem, birthplace of Jesus, peace be upon him.
Seir is located in the region where Jesus, peace be upon him, brought the gospel: Palestine.
Mount Paran remains, what Mount Paran. I need regular.
Paran. Is located in Arabia, in fact, the Bible refers to the wilderness of Paran. with the story of Hagar and Ishmael, peace be upon him, saying:
God was with the lad (Ishmael) grew, and dwelt in the wilderness, and became
He lived in the wilderness of Paran., And his mother took him a wife in the country
Ishmael, the ancestor of the Arabs thus grew up in the wilderness of Paran. , Which is the Arabian desert.
The Arab tradition of the time reported that Ishmael and his mother settled in the valley of Mecca (Makkah see described in the Bible).
In addition, the descendants of Ishmael settled in the same wilderness of Paran, as stated in the Bible:
and here are the names of the son of Ishmael, by their names, by their
generations: The firstborn of Ishmael, Nebaioth; and Kedar, and Adbeel and
Mibsam, and Mishma and Duma, and Massa, Hadar, and Tema, Jetur, Naphish and Kedma.
These are the son of Ishmael, and these are their names, by their
villages and encampments: twelve princes of their tribes.
These twelve son of Ishmael are the fathers of the Arabs, they gave their names to the villages where they lived and Arabs continued to live in the same wilderness of Paran. The Arabian Desert is Paran. in the Bible, it is the place of fixation of Ishmael and his descendants.
But it says "Mount Paran. "(Har Paran. Hebrew), the eternal shone Mount Paran. , Ie of a mountain in Arabia.
This becomes clear, it can not be that of Mount Hera, where Muhammad received the first revelation from the angel Jibril (Gabriel).
"Passage Eternal came from Sinai, he stood up from Seir unto them, He shone forth from Mount Paran. "Shows three distinct regions Sinai, Palestine and Arabia Mountain (Mount Hira). This is a clear reference to the three prophets Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, peace be upon them all.
Indeed, divine revelation was first made with Moses at Sinai, and Jesus in Palestine
And finally Muhammad in Arabia. Ie, the Torah, the Gospel and the Qur'an.
In addition, there are many times Paran. in the Bible, but only 2 times "Mount Paran. "And these are twice as clear prophecies about the coming of Muhammad.
Which is translated by ten thousand saints is Hebrew רִבְבֹת קֹדֶש
rivévot kodesh in some Bibles, rivévot resulted in myriad, myriad men means exactly ten thousand men.
Furthermore the rvv root is used in many other places in the Bible to count men or things:
How should one chase a thousand, And two put ten thousand [Rivava] fleeing
(see also Deuteronomy 33:17, 1 Samuel 18.7 and 18.8, 1 Samuel 29.5; Leviticus 26.8; Nehemiah 7.66; Ezra 2.64; Genesis 24.60; ...)
In verse, kodesh means saint, or rather holy man translating rivévot kodesh is ten thousand saints
This is Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousand saints.
To execute judgment against all, and to convince all that are ungodly among them of all acts which they have ungodly committed, and of all their hard speeches have spoken against him sinners
The Greek word used is μυριασιν murias ", meaning 10,000.
Murias is the etymology of myriad is the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew révivot.
Again, we find in the Bible a reference to "ten thousand saints," and there, the author of the book of Jude (authors?) Told us that it is a prophecy of Enoch, who lived thousands of years BC.
Enoch has announced that ten thousand saints of God would come to exercise judgment against the ungodly, unbelievers.
If Jude (who lived long after Jesus) quotes this prophecy is that it has not yet been achieved. Neither the time of Enoch, or the time of Moses, or the time of Jude.
The first to the last book of the Bible, the prophecy of the ten thousand saints remained unanswered, and nobody has done.
Historically, these prophecies can only applies to Muhammad (pbuh) is the only prophet coming with ten thousand saints companions, when taking of Mecca.
Are there was another prophet along with ten thousand fellow saints in the wilderness of Paran. I need regular.
In fact, in many Bible translators have camouflaged "rivévot" and "murias" by myriad, so that means exactly say ten miles in just to confuse the reader, to hide the prophecies of Muhammad (saas) and entry to Mecca, which is a historical event without precedent.
"The eternal came from Sinai, he stood up from Seir unto them, he shined forth from mount Paran., And he came with ten thousand saints South [or her right hand] is a law went fire for them. "[Deuteronomy 33: 2]
This prophecy can not be reconciled with Muhammad (pbuh), in fact, no one else came to Paran in Arabia, with ten thousand fellow saints and divine law.
This prophecy comes to close the Torah, it's chapter 33, the blessings of Moses, just before his death. The last words of one of the greatest prophet of Israel, reported with more or less accuracy in Deuteronomy, so clearly announces the coming of Muhammad (pbuh).
It is not surprising that an event as important as the liberation of Mecca, is found foretold in the Torah, but also in the Hindu scriptures, for the opening of Mecca marks the beginning of the expansion of the Islam and its still existing coverage.