Jesus will NOT be man of peace when he will come again according to Bible. For example Jesus will punish those who do not know God and do not obey the gospel (2 Thessalonians 2:8), Jesus will fight a battle against God’s  enemies (Zechariah 14). Christians should not blame Muhammad when their Messiah will do the same.  Do you have an answer?


Jesus came to the earth as God, but also as man.  As a human, he was clearly and without any exception a man of peace.  He told us to love our enemies, and he himself loved his enemies.  As prophesied in Isaiah 42:3, “a bruised reed he did not break.”  He came as a lamb.  Yet, Jesus is God and as God he is a lion and he will judge the nations.  God has a right to judge because he is God.  We, as humans, do not have the right of ultimate judgment.  Jesus did not wage war while in the flesh as a human, and he tells his followers to be people of peace as well.  God made it clear to us:  “Do not take revenge, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written, “It is mine to avenge, I will repay.”
So, it is true that as God, Jesus will judge those who have rebelled against God.  He will not do this by dropping bombs or by firing guns.  This will be a spiritual judgment.  Jesus was not a man of war.  Muhammad certainly was a man of war.  He personally carried the sword and he led people into battle.  Jesus would never have done such a thing.  He does not want his followers to wage war in his name.  Period.  The fact that God will judge people at the end of time is a very different subject which this person is confusing when he makes this point.  Christians obviously do not deny that God will judge our actions at the end of time, but Jesus is a man of peace.  As a human/man, he is a man of peace and he wants his followers to be so as well.
Muhammad was a man and he was a man of war.  Jesus was a man and he is God.  As a man, he was a man of peace.  As God, he will judge the nations.  Please do not be confused by this person.
John Oakes

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