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His name, Muhammad means praiseworthy; Ahmad means one who praises Allah more than others; Al-Mahi means Allah will eliminate Al-Kufr (infidelity) through him; he is Al-Hashir – the first to be resurrected, the people being resurrected thereafter; and he is also Al-‘Aqib, after whom there will be no other Prophet. These are very good credentials, no doubt. Of the one hundred and fifty Psalms in the Bible, David alone wrote seventy-eight of them. Go through Davidic Psalms and you will be marvelled at the piety of David’s heart of praise. Show me the Qur’anic praises of Muhammad, not forgetting to add those contained in the Hadiths as well; and I will open the Biblical Psalms and you can judge for yourself which of the hearts of Muhammad and David is closer to the Almighty Creator. The Davidic Psalm 110 opens with, “The LORD said to my Lord, sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thine footstool.” That which was not intended for the ears of man, God allowed David to eavesdrop. The first LORD (in capitals) is the covenant name, JEHOVAH, of God. The second Lord with capital ‘L’ is ‘âdôn (aw-done’): ‘From an unused root (meaning to rule); sovereign, that is, controller (human or divine); lord; master; owner.’ The spiritual status of Jesus as the ʻÂdôn makes Him the LORD and Owner of all entities of creation.Read More