“The prayer that Allah loves the most is the prayer of David. And the fast that Allah loves the most is the fast of David” (Bukhari & Muslim Hadiths). Muslims and Christians need to study Prophet David’s life in the Quran and Torah so Allah will accept our worship and allow us to go to Heaven.
Prophet David has a remarkable story! Allah helped Prophet David defeat the giant (Goliath) (Qs 2:251; Torah, 1 Samuel 17:45). Because of David’s righteous heart, he became strong and courageous amid challenges. Allah gave him wisdom and strength to face the enemy. The Quran states that David was an obedient servant. The Zabur also records that David worshiped Allah righteously.
But did you know that the main message of Allah’s revelation to David was actually about Isa Al-Masih? Allah clearly foreshadowed Isa’s coming in the Zabur 1000 years beforehand. Watch this video to learn about the prophecies and the fulfillment of those specific prophecies. You can also learn from Allah’s Holy Book that all predictions came true with great accuracy.
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