JESUS (English) The Birth of Jesus

I am writing to you,
dear Theophilus; an orderly account of the things
that have taken place among us, so that you may know the
absolute truth about everything. In the days when Caesar Augustus
was emperor of Rome and when Herod the great
was king of Judea, God sent the angel Gabriel to visit a
virgin girl in the city of Nazareth. And the virgin’s name was Mary. Fear not Mary, For you have found favor with God. You will conceive
and give birth to a Son and you will call His name, Jesus. How can this be? I am a virgin. The Holy Spirit
will come upon you. For this reason the Holy Child
will be called the Son of the Most High God.
His kingdom will never end. So Mary traveled
to a town in Judea to visit her cousin Elizabeth who
was also miraculously with child. Elizabeth! Mary! Cousin Mary! You are the most blessed
of all women. And blessed is the Child
you will bear. For as soon as I heard your greeting,
the baby within me jumped with joy! My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices
in God my Savior. From now on, all generations
will call me blessed. Know all men of Nazareth, that by command of Caesar Augustus, there will be conducted a census of the subject territories
of Galilee and Judea. All men must register forthwith in the towns and cities
of their ancestral birth. And Mary went to Bethlehem in Judea to register with
Joseph her betrothed. But there was no room
for them in Bethlehem. And the only lodging they
could find was a humble stable. Now there were some shepherds in
that part of the country who were taking care of their flock at night
when an angel of God appeared to them and the glory of God
was shining around them. This very day in David’s town,
your Savior was born, Christ the Lord. The shepherds hurried to see the
newborn Babe in the manger, and were the first to spread
the Good News or Gospel of the virgin mother
and the Savior’s birth.

14 Replies to “JESUS (English) The Birth of Jesus”

  1. Mary in the Book. When she withdrew from her family to a place in the East (16) And took cover from them, We sent a spirit of Ours to her who appeared before her in the concrete form of a man. (17) "I seek refuge in the Merciful from you, if you fear Him," she said. (18) He replied: "I am only a messenger from your Lord (sent) to bestow a good son on you." (19) "How can I have a son," she said, "when no man has touched me, nor am I sinful?" (20) He said: "Thus will it be. Your Lord said: 'It is easy for Me,' and that: 'We shall make him a sign for men and a blessing from Us.' This is a thing already decreed." (21) When she conceived him she went away to a distant place. (22) The birth pangs led her to the trunk of a date-palm tree. "Would that I had died before this," she said, "and become a thing forgotten, unremembered." (23) Then (a voice) called to her from below: "Grieve not; your Lord has made a rivulet gush forth right below you. (24) Shake the trunk of the date-palm tree, and it will drop ripe dates for you. (25)

    Eat and drink, and be at peace. If you see any man, tell him: 'I have verily vowed a fast to Ar-Rahman and cannot speak to any one this day.' (26) Then she brought the child to her people. They exclaimed: "O Mary, you have done a most astonishing thing! (27) O sister of Aaron, your father was not a wicked person, nor your mother sinful!" (28) But she pointed towards him. "How can we talk to one," they said, "who is only an infant in the cradle?" (29) "I am a servant of God," he answered. "He has given me a Book and made me a prophet, (30) And blessed me wherever I may be, and enjoined on me worship and zakat for as long as I live, (31) And be dutiful to my mother. He has not made me haughty or rebellious. (32) There was peace on me the day I was born, and will be the day I die, and on the day I will be raised from the dead." (33) This was Jesus, son of Mary: A true account they contend about. (34) It does not behove God to have a son. Too immaculate is He! When He decrees a thing He has only to say: "Be", and it is. (35) (Jesus only said:) "Surely God is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him. This is the straight path." (36) Yet the sectarians differed among themselves. Alas for the unbelievers when they see the Terrible Day! (37) How keenly would they hear and see when they come before Us then, even though today the evil-doers are lost in palpable error. (38)

  2. ) Remember, when the wife of 'Imran prayed: "O Lord, I offer what I carry in my womb in dedication to Your service, accept it, for You hear all and know everything." (35) And when she had given birth to the child, she said: "O Lord, I have delivered but a girl." — But God knew better what she had delivered: A boy could not be as that girl was. "I have named her Mary," (she said), "and I give her into Your keeping. Preserve her and her children from Satan the ostracized." (36) Her Lord accepted her graciously, and she grew up with excellence, and was given into the care of Zachariah. Whenever Zachariah came to see her in the chamber, he found her provided with food, and he asked: "Where has this come from, O Mary?" And she said: "From God who gives food in abundance to whomsoever He will." (37)

    Then prayed Zachariah to his Lord: "O Lord, bestow on me offspring, virtuous and good, for You answer all prayers." (38) Then the angels said to him as he stood in the chamber at prayer: "God sends you good tidings of John who will confirm a thing from God and be noble, continent, and a prophet, and one of those who are upright and do good." (39) "How can I have a son, O Lord," he said, "for I am old and my wife is barren?" "Thus," came the answer, "God does as He wills." (40) And Zachariah said: "Give me a token, O Lord." "The token will be," was the reply, "that you will speak to no man for three days except by signs; and remember your Lord much, and pray at evening and sunrise." (41) The angels said: "O Mary, indeed God has favoured you and made you immaculate, and chosen you from all the women of the world. (42) So adore your Lord, O Mary, and pay homage and bow with those who bow in prayer." (43) This is news of the Unknown that We send you, for you were not there when they cast lots with quills (to determine) who should take care of Mary, nor when they disputed it. (44) When the angels said: "O Mary, God gives you news of a thing from Him, for rejoicing, (news of one) whose name will be Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, illustrious in this world and the next, and one among the honoured, (45)

    Who will speak to the people when in the cradle and when in the prime of life, and will be among the upright and doers of good." (46) She said: "How can I have a son, O Lord, when no man has touched me?" He said: "That is how God creates what He wills. When He decrees a thing, He says 'Be', and it is. (47) He will teach him the Law and the judgement, and the Torah and the Gospel, (48) And he will be Apostle to the children of Israel, (saying:) 'I have come to you with a prodigy from your Lord that I will fashion the state of destiny out of mire for you, and breathe (a new spirit) into it, and (you) will rise by the will of God. I will heal the blind and the leper, and infuse life into the dead, by the leave of God. I will tell you what you devour and what you hoard in your homes. In this will be a portent for you if you do believe. (49) I (have come to) confirm the truth of the Torah which was sent down before me, and make certain things lawful which have been forbidden until now; and I come to you with a sign from your Lord; so be fearful of God and follow me. (50) Surely God is my Lord, and your Lord, so worship Him; and this is the right path. (51) When Jesus perceived their unbelief he asked: "Who will help me in the way of God?" "We," the disciples answered, "shall be the helpers of God. We believe in God; and you be our witness that we submit and obey. (52)

  3. The day God will gather the apostles and ask: "What answer was made to you?" They will say: "We know not. You alone know the secrets unknown." (109) And when God will say: "O Jesus, son of Mary, remember the favours I bestowed on you and your mother, and reinforced you with divine grace that you spoke to men when in the cradle, and when in the prime of life; when I taught you the law and the judgement and the Torah and the Gospel; when you formed the state of your people's destiny out of mire and you breathed (a new spirit) into it, and they rose by My leave; when you healed the blind by My leave, and the leper; when you put life into the dead by My will; and when I held back the children of Israel from you when you brought to them My signs, and the disbelievers among them said: "Surely these are nothing but pure magic." (110) And when I inspired the disciples (through Jesus) to believe in Me and My apostle, they said: "We believe, and You bear witness that we submit" (111) When the disciples said: "O Jesus, son of Mary, could your Lord send down for us a table laid with food?" he said: "Fear God, if indeed you believe." (112) They said: "We should like to eat of it to reassure our hearts and to know that it's the truth you have told us, and that we should be witness to it." (113)

    Said Jesus, son of Mary. "O God, our Lord, send down a table well laid out with food from the skies so that this day may be a day of feast for the earlier among us and the later, and a token from You. Give us our (daily) bread, for You are the best of all givers of food." (114) And said God: "I shall send it down to you; but if any of you disbelieve after this, I shall inflict such punishment on him as I never shall inflict on any other creature." (115) And when God will ask: "O Jesus, son of Mary, did you say to mankind: 'Worship me and my mother as two deities apart from God?' (Jesus) will answer: "Halleluja. Could I say what I knew I had no right (to say)? Had I said it You would surely have known, for You know what is in my heart though I know not what You have. You alone know the secrets unknown. (116) I said nought to them but what You commanded me: Worship God, my Lord and your Lord. And so long as I dwelt with them I was witness over their actions. And after my life had been done, You were their keeper; and You are a witness over all things. (117) If You punish them, indeed they are Your creatures; if You pardon them, indeed You are mighty and wise." (118) God will say: 'This is the day when the truthful shall profit by their truthfulness. For them will be gardens with streams running by, where they will for ever abide." God will accept them, and they will be gratified in (obeying) Him. This will surely be happiness supreme. (119) To God belongs all that is in the heavens and the earth, and His the power over everything. (120)

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