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Laura Clark

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The First Pillar Profession of Faith Thanks For Learning :) By, Made February 7, 2013 (: :) What do Muslims believe about
angels and judgment? According to Muslims, who is Allah? How does Allah relate to the
God of Christians and Jews? What phrase do Muslims repeat
as an expression of Shahada? The first pillar: Shahadah
(Profession of Faith) "There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the messenger of God." They believe their is one God and one God only that
is the all-powerful God. Allah, Christians and Jews they all believed in
one God and the same idea of an unseen
world of angels and the same faith, God had
made angels to do his work. They also shared
the same idea that when one dies he will face
judgment, it is done by weighing all his/her
actions and by those actions you will
either go to paradise, or you will
burn in hell. God created angels to do all his work in heaven,
the universe, and on Earth. Only few angels revealed
themselves to prophets, as Gabriel did to Muhammad.
Judgment they believed on how they acted to others
their whole lives and how well they followed God's
rules. If they were good to others and followed his
rules he allowed them in eternal paradise. If not they
went to hell. Laura Clark . We hope you enjoyed this presentation:)

Have a wonderful day! Shahada Shahadah Allah & Shelby Carter
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