Can death of one person have any bearing on the salvation of another? No, never

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad- the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi has illustrated in the book written by him titled “How to be Free from Sin” , a facsimile of page 20 of the book is provided here, one may read further by clicking the link <>.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad says:

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One Response to “Can death of one person have any bearing on the salvation of another? No, never”

  1. Hank Kimball Says:

    . There have been so many people that have claimed that they have read the bible, and understand it. When I ask them questions about what they claim to understand, they either don’t respond or change the subject. Odd. Especially when the items I ask about are easily check in most bibles,by index.
    It is ignorance that makes the statement one has read the bible, as if it were a novel. I have not read the bible cover to cover. 66 books written over a period of 1600 plus years, yet it doesn’t cause anyone to consider that maybe, just because it is arranged KIND OF chronologically, doesn’t mean it was meant to be read as a STORY?? Job was written in 1473 B.C.E., it is placed 9 books after 1st and 2nd Samuel, but written 300 plus years before. Job was completed the same time Deuteronomy was, and they’re separated by those same 9 books, plus another 3. Jonah was written almost 400 years before Psalms, yet Jonah is placed 12 books after Psalms. The angel Gabriel told Daniel that his vision and words Gabriel gave him were meant for the end times, and not to worry trying to understand what he was seeing and hearing.
    It takes many years of studying and earnest seeking of God to be able to understand the prophecies written in it. It IS ALL meant for the end times. It only makes sense to me now. It isn’t because I’m smart or chosen or special.


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