“Ahmad Soeparno Family” is the title of a short video series. Each episode is three minutes long. The characters in the series are a Muslim family: Ahmad Soeparno is the dad. He works at Indonesian People’s Bank as a Supervisor. His wife, Entin, is a home maker. They have two children: Rini, 16 years old, a sophomore in high school and Tono, 11 years old and in fifth grade. They have a Christian neighbor named Kristina. She has a son named Edi, who goes to school with Tono. These two families are close to each other. They have been neighbors for a long time. Fachri is Rini’s boyfriend, and he is a teacher of the Quran.
In our first series, we are going to consider Isa Al-Masih’s name. Parents have good intentions when they choose names for their children. For example, Barakah means blessed. Sometimes parents change their children’s names if they get sick often. Many tribes in Indonesia still believe in this myth.
So, what about God’s prophets’ names? Do those names have meanings? Have you ever questioned why Isa Al-Masih is the only prophet with two names: Isa and Al-Masih. In English, it is Jesus and Christ. But other prophets only have one name. Such as: Adam, Noah, Moses, Job. Even the Muslim prophet only had one name, Muhammad.
This video series explains the true meaning of Isa Al-Masih. There will be four episodes. Make sure you don’t miss any!
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