THE MOST PRECIOUS OFFERING OF FAITH


Abraham’s story of faith is the basis of Islam’s major religious celebration Eid Ul Adha or Feast of Sacrifice. The Christian and Jewish faith also has this event as the central faith story with one main difference: Abraham had two sons, Isaac and Ishmael. In the Koran, it is only Ishmael. Regardless of how many sons Abraham had in real life, the sacrifice of Abraham is a story of the most precious sacrifice a man of faith has offered God. In the occasion of Eid Ul Adha, we can contemplate and ask ourselves: What is the most precious thing have I offered God? <a href=Abraham’s story of faith is the basis of Islam’s major religious celebration Eid Ul Adha or Feast of Sacrifice. The Christian and Jewish faiths also have this event as the central faith story with one main difference: Abraham had two sons, Isaac and Ishmael. In the Koran, it is only Ishmael.

Regardless of how many sons Abraham had in real life, the sacrifice of Abraham is a story of the most precious sacrifice a man of faith has offered God. In the occasion of Eid Ul Adha, we can contemplate and ask ourselves:

What is the most precious thing have I offered God?

Abraham’s story of faith is the basis of Islam’s major religious celebration Eid Ul Adha or Feast of Sacrifice. The Christian and Jewish faith also has this event as the central faith story with one main difference: Abraham had two sons, Isaac and Ishmael. In the Koran, it is only Ishmael. Regardless of how many sons Abraham had in real life, the sacrifice of Abraham is a story of the most precious sacrifice a man of faith has offered God. In the occasion of Eid Ul Adha, we can contemplate and ask ourselves: What is the most precious thing have I offered God? <a href=

THANK YOU Ernie Fernando FOR sharing my link “THE MOST PRECIOUS OFFERING OF FAITH

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