We read from Mulfoozat Volume 7, where the Promised Messiah continues to describe how one may meet a ‘good’ end to one’s life. One must keep the company of the righteous so that they inspire in his heart the fervor to do good, obey Allah and serve humanity.
We continue reading from Mulfoozat Volume 7, pages 358 and 359 where The Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad carries on with his speech regarding the age at which people will turn to serving Allah.
In this speech delivered at an annual gathering of the Ahmadiyya jamaat Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah, reminds members that a person’s age may be divided into three parts. First stage is of childhood when he is weak and has little knowledge of the world and the hereafter. He cannot therefore serve Allah in any meaningful way. The second stage is when he is an adult and he gained knowledge of the world and knows what the greater objective is. However, the temptations of this world are such that he forsakes the pursuit of the higher objectives for the sake of the riches of this world. The Third stage is again when he is weak in mind and body and unable to serve Allah.
We read from the writings of the Promised Messiah. Mulfoozat Volume three, pages 90 to 91.
Allah sent Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah, because Muslims had strayed from the path of that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) followed.
Muslims had introduced new innovations into Islam and forsaken the example set by our beloved Prophet (pbuh). Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad came to re-establish the original teachings of Islam.
We read from Mulfoozat Volume Two, pages 79 and 80.
What is shirk (associating non-gods with Allah)? It is not just worshipping idols but also believing that unless one has this resource or that one cannot succeed.
We read from Mulfoozat Volume Eight, pages 204 to 206.
When attacked by the sword Muslims defended themselves with the sword.
How should they respond when attacked by the pen? Should they kill the writer?