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Zul Qada 1426

Volume 21 No 12

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Submitters Perspective

Monthly Bulletin of the International Community of Submitters Published by Masjid Tucson


Test and Responsibility of the Submitters

God has richly blessed the Submitters, over many years, and by His grace we try to adhere to what we were given and respond to the blessings with appreciation and righteousness. We do not want to be blessed so richly only to respond improperly and be rejected from God’s grace (6:44). Nor do we want to trade away even the smallest piece of God’s blessings for a cheap price (3:77), especially when that cheap price is most likely our egos. Misleading people for whatever reason has dire consequences including some share of the responsibility for each person misled (16:25). God has been very patient with us; therefore, He certainly will test our patience and steadfastness as well (47:31).

The mathematical structure of the Quran has been one of the many blessings God bestowed on us. This incredible numerical structure of the Quran is God’s miracle (4:174, 6:109, 29:50, 40:78). The early counts and nineteen-related findings in the Quran by Dr. Rashad Khalifa served as verifiable proof that the Quran could not be from other than God Himself (25:6).

Based on the renewed understanding of the Quran, Dr. Khalifa started spreading the message: Worship God alone. In the years that followed, his work focused on promoting God alone and as we came into the message, we tried to do likewise. There were numerous other discoveries involving other aspects of the Quran that came

through many different people reinforcing the idea that this was no less than God’s perpetual miracle.


The discovery of the nineteen-based structure within the Quran made it the only book to be taken as a source for our salvation (6:114). Dredging up the details of everything recorded by Dr. Khalifa or anyone else to support an opinion could be a display of misplaced devotion and may cause failure to acknowledge God’s ever-present guidance (40:34, 72:7). The Quranic command to obey the messenger is an easy excuse for ideas that may be taken out of context, including limitations of time and circumstances.

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