Shalom and Salam everyone,

There is a general assumption among followers of Judaism that G-d never changes His Laws or ever breaks His promises.

Judaic thought bases this assertion on the quote;

" What thing soever I command you, observe to do it: thou shalt not add thereto, nor diminish from it." De 12:32

Yet this verse is aimed at humans not perverting G-dís laws, while not mentioning G-dís ability to amend the laws, in fact, G-dís power and willingness to alter the Laws is generally overlooked in Judaism.

G-d repeatedly warns and demonstrates that He can substitute the laws and He does break His promises;

 ďbecause they had not executed My judgments, but had despised My statutes and had polluted My Sabbaths, and their eyes were after their fathers' idols. Therefore I gave them also statutes that were not good and judgments whereby they should not live; and I polluted them in their own gifts, in that they caused to pass through the fire all who openeth the womb, that I might make them desolate, to the end that they might know that I am the LORD.Ē Ezekiel 20:24-26

Because of disobedience, God replaced His laws just like God can break His Promise;

ďAnd the LORD will bring you back in ships to Egypt, a journey which I promised that you should never make again; and there you shall offer yourselves for sale to your enemies as male and female slaves, but no man will buy you." Deuteronomy 28:68

To the Muslims, God restored the Merciful laws and kept His promise, our Sabbath is limited, allowing us to live, our rules have much more mercy and forgiveness, instead of the ridged unforgiving, impossible laws of Judaism.

Be forgiven, come to Islam.



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