With an intense focus on the life of Moses, seasoned trial lawyer Sa’ad Alim Muhammad makes a systematic case, including “24 undeniable points of comparison” that the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad fulfills the prophetic scriptures in the Old Testament in relationship to the prophet Moses better than any other person who has ever lived.
Sa’ad Alim Muhammad, a student and follower of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad under the leadership of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has researched and compiled a book offering another perspective on the fulfillment of Biblical and Qur’anic prophecies. Published by In The Volume of the Book, INC, the book is being released with the blessings of the Min. Louis Farrakhan who encouraged the author to “put the book out.” Specifically, with an intense focus on the life of Moses, the seasoned trial lawyer that he is Mr. Muhammad makes a systematic case, including “24 undeniable points of comparison” that the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad fulfills the prophetic scriptures in the Old Testament in relationship to the prophet Moses better than any other person who has ever lived. A simple review of the three major religions and the resulting denominations and sects reveals that there is much disagreement, confusion and uncertainty regarding just when and how the scriptures of both the Bible and Holy Quran have and will unfold. With research that cites roughly 70 sources, Mr. Muhammad provides a compelling defense of the life, character, commitment, work and teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad. In one of the first scriptures highlighted, he lifts the words found in one of the Books of Moses. Nearly four thousand years ago, a prophet of God wrote, “I will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee (Moses), and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him.” Deuteronomy 18:18 “The above scripture foretells of one that would come in the last days. The fulfillments of that prophesy was a mystery for thousands of years. Many believe that Jesus fulfilled it, but 2,000 years have passed since the time of Jesus, and “the end” has yet to come. Is it possible that someone else would actually be considered the “second coming” of Moses?” said the author.