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Dreams and New Bai’ats in Kerala

Whenever a Khalifa of Allah appears, angels descent with him and they will guide eager hearts to the recognition of the Divine Manifestation. This subtle and profound spiritual reality was articulated and confirmed by the Promised Massih Hadhrat Ahmad (as) himself. Today, we are witnessing the fulfillment of this eternal Divine Law through the lived experiences of common believers in Mauritius, in India and elsewhere who have recognized Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib as the Chosen Messenger of Allah of this era.

The Promised Massih (as) writes:

“Let it be known that it is the established custom of Allah that whenever a Messenger, a Prophet or an appointed recipient of Divine Revelation is sent for the reformation of mankind, it becomes imperative that he is accompanied by such angels who instill guidance in all loving hearts. They induce the hearts towards goodness.  They continue to descend until the darkness of profanity and corruption gives way to the break of the dawn of faith and truthfulness. The Almighty God says:

“The angels and the Spirit descend upon them by the command of their Lord with their Lord’s decrees concerning every matter. It is all peace, till the break of the dawn”. (Surah Al Qadr, 97:5-6).

So the appearance of the angels and the Holy Spirit only takes place at the advent of a person of distinction, who is dressed in the garb of Khilafat and honored with a direct communion with God. This Khalifa is specially gifted with the Holy Spirit and the angels in attendance are deputed to descend on all pious hearts. The reflection of this heavenly glow falls on people of receptive talent, and consequently the whole world is engulfed in the dazzle of this intense light.      

As a result of the noble influence of the angels, the hearts of such people are voluntarily inclined towards virtuous thoughts and are thus charmed by the concept of the Unity of God. Upright hearts are charged with the inclination towards the search of truth. The spiritually frail are granted fortitude. Everywhere a breeze begins to blow which is supportive to the objectives of the Mujaddid. An invisible hand is beckoning humanity so that they of themselves are hastening towards that reform which will bring out the best of their talents. Mankind is in a state of agitation and stir in anticipation of what is to come.

At that juncture, the ignorant contemplates that the world has taken a turn for the better, all by itself. Indeed, this reformation is the result of the efforts of those angels    who appear along with the Khalifa of Allah (Khalifa-tullah) and confer extraordinary powers upon people to understand and accept the Truth. They awaken the masses from their slumber, alert the careless, grant hearing to the deaf, quicken the dead and raise the entombed out of their graves. Then, people suddenly begin to open their eyes and those issues that were, until this time, concealed from their hearts begin to unravel. In reality, these angels are not different from this Khalifa of Allah (Khalifa-tullah). They are indeed a reflection of the Divine illumination on his face and manifestations of his endurance towards his mission. Such a person may be physically distant or nigh, he may be an acquaintance or totally alien, yet all are attracted with a magnetic force provided the capacity of reformation is present in them….”

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As eloquently confirmed by the Promised Massih (as), angels guide the truth seekers in the time of a Khalifatullah. Today, in this new century of Islam and Ahmadiyyat, we are witnessing extraordinary testimonials in favour of the Divine Manifestation in Mauritius; People in distant lands are virtually being guided by signs and dreams. It is astonishing to hear about the dreams and signs of the believers in the era of the new Divine Manifestation. 

Recently, a pious and devout Ahmadi brother in Cochin, Kerala- Abdul Kabeer Sahib and his family (including his three sons) recognized the truthfulness of the Divine Manifestation in Mauritius and took Bai’at at the hands of the Khalifatullah Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib.

Before embracing the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam, Abdul Kabeer Sahib was an active member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Cochin, the biggest city of Kerala where the present Ahmadiyya Khalifa inaugurated their mosque in 2008 during his India visit. As one of the most active Ahmadi members in Thabligh matters, he was among the early ones to organize a Jamaat in Fort Cochin area. Thanks to his intense spirituality, Kabeer Sahib has of late, been disillusioned with the decline in standards witnessed everyday within the Ahmadiyya Jamaat. Observing the precarious spiritual condition of people, he became convinced that Allah will not allow this situation to deteriorate like this and might sent a Messenger of His to revive the true faith among Ahmadis and others.

For the last one year or so, Abdul Kabeer Sahib has repeatedly been receiving/uttering three English words/phrases: "Mr. Clean", "Pan-Arab" and "Africa" without really understanding their meaning and import. Living in India, he was not aware of the location of the far-away island nation of Mauritius, but when he read the literature of the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam in Malayalam Translation (available at the website) and saw the other theological materials, he became instantly convinced about the truth of the Divine Manifestation and wanted to embrace the Message of Allah... 

In a message to Amir Jamaluddin Sahib of the Kerala Jamaat, Hadhrat Khalifatullah offered the following prayers:

May Allah bless Kabeer Sahib, his wife, and 3 sons. Alhamdulillah, the Jamaat members is increasing surely, and Insha-Allah, the time shall come when thirsty souls in thousands shall enter the fold of baiat with this humble self and their adherence in the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam, Insha-Allah. May Allah enable you, and all our members to be of great service to His cause. Ameen”. 


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