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Identify the verse that Says Mohammad pbuh is sent for guidance to all mankind ?
And We sent thee not (O Muhammad), but as a mercy unto (all) the worlds.

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Asked by azam khan, 23 Nov '11 11:46 am
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As a universal Messenger, God set for him the most lofty standards: And Most Certainly, Thou (O Muhammad) Are of most sublime And Exalted Character. (Holy Quran 68:4)
And his diocese, his field of mission? The whole of mankind!
And We sent thee not (O Muhammad), but as a mercy unto (all) the worlds. (Holy Quran 21:107)

IF GREATNESS OF PURPOSE, SMALLNESS OF MEANS AND ASTOUNDING RESULTS [The full quotation from Lamartine's book will be found in appendix''B" page 61. ] ARE THE THREE CRITERIA OF HUMAN GENIUS, WHO COULD DARE TO COMPARE ANY GREAT MAN IN MODERN HISTORY WITH MUHUMMED? {Lamartine ends his lengthy segment of literary masterpiece with the words): . . . PHILOSOPHER, ORATOR, APOSTLE, LEGISLATOR, WARRIOR, CONQUEROR OF IDEAS, RESTORER OF RATIONAL BELIEFS, OF A CULT WITHOUT IMAGES: THE FOUNDER OF TWENTY TERRESTRIAL EMPIRES AND OF ONE SPIRITUAL EMPIRE, THAT IS MUHUMMED. AS REGARDS ALL STANDARDS BY WHICH HUMAN GREATNESS MAY BE MEASURED, WE MAY WELL ASK, IS THERE ANY MAN GREATER ...more
Answered by hazir jawab, 23 Nov '11 11:50 am

 
  
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Holy Quran 21:107
Answered by aflatoon, 23 Nov '11 11:50 am

 
  
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It is clear from the above verse that Muhammad (PBUH&HF) is the SEAL of the
Prophets. Notice that if we abide by the meaning of a Prophet (Nabi), and
understand that a Nabi's status is lower than that of a Rasool
(Messenger), we can discern that Muhammad (PBUH&HF), by virtue of the what
the verse states, is the Seal of both the Prophets and the Messengers. By
stating that he (PBUH&HF) is the Seal of the Prophets, Allah (SWT) has made
it evident that NOT even a Prophet (Nabi) will come after Muhammad
(PBUH&HF). That is, if Allah (SWT) had said that Muhammad was the Seal of
*Messengers*, He (SWT) would leave the door open for people to say that
Muhammad (PBUH&HF) is NOT the seal of the prophets then -- because a ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 27 Dec '11 10:51 pm

 
  
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Quran 54:17,22,32,40
The Holy Quran will forever remain as the pure and undistorted Book of Allah to all mankind. No one can ever change it. Allah promises to protect it from any form of human manipulation. He assures as that "none can change His words" (6:115) and that He "will assuredly guard it (from corruption)" (15:9).

Since Allah protects His divine Word from any sort of corruption, then, the truth which is found in the Quran about Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu alayhi was sallam, will inspire everyone who sincerely seeks for the Truth. More and more people who read the Holy Quran will accept him as Allahs Messenger without question. Subsequently, many will revert to the Right Path Islam.

Muhammads Universal Mission
The Holy Quran, being the World of Allah, bears witness to the fact that Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu alayhi was sallam, is the Messenger of Allah. Allah tells us:

"Muhammad is no more than a Messenger: many were Messengers that passed away before Him. (3:14 ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 23 Nov '11 11:50 am

 
  
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I can respect Mohammed for his spiritual assets. But why should I identify a verse that indirectly lessen the greatness of hundreds of holy people who lived and worked for the upliftment of mankind just to glorify a single man, holy-man of-course?
Answered by Brummendra Dasar, 23 Nov '11 03:35 pm

 
  
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