Many people from Christianity and Islam believe in an Antichrist or Dajjal who will come prior to the King Messiah and do all these wonderful things to unite the world. I've studied the Bible from front to back (several times) and I have never seen a single verse to support this. I've read the Quran front to back several times as well and I have never found the word Dajjal. I was hoping that some of you could provide verses to support your view in this Antichrist figure. Christians love to teach it. You hear it all the time. But where is it in the Christian Bible? Has it ever occurred to Christians that the Church (Christianity) is teaching an Antichrist who is really the King Messiah to come? It is ironic how Christians believe that the Antichrist will be: 1. Attractive 2. An amazing speaker 3. A man who solves the worlds problems 4. A man who preaches peace all over the world 5. A man who unites the entire world under one pure government 6. A man who destroys religions and builds the pure and perfect faith. 7. Rebuilds the temple as it was meant to be. All of the above are expectations that Christians have of the Antichrist. Why? I have no idea. They preach it, but it cannot be found in the Bible (at least I haven't found it). I was hoping maybe some of you can. Below I'll show you three verse that prove that while Yehoshua Bar Yosef (Jesus) was "a messiah," he was NOT the "King Messiah" who is called the Counselor. With three verses I will show that not only did Yeshua (Jesus) not fulfill the prophecy of the King Messiah, but that he himself prophesied the King Messiah was still to come. THREE VERSES: Verse 1 (Messianic Prophecy PRIOR to Yeshua's birth) Isaiah 9:6 (600BC) - "For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty G-d, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.'" Verse 2 (Messianic Prophecy BY Yeshua himself) John 16:7 (Yeshua Speaking) "But I tell you the truth: It is for your good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Counselor will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you." (Christians love to claim that this is the Holy Spirit. This is a lie. It is a very intentional deception by the church. The Holy Spirit comes from the words Ruach HaKodesh. Ruach HaKodesh is a "female" word. The Holy Spirit in Hebrew was feminine, not masculine. Thus, it was God the Father, God the Mother and God the Children. That is why it says in Psalm 82:1 "Ye are gods; all of you are children of the Most High." Ruach HaKodesh could not be a "He." Not only that, but Yeshua already had the Spirit with him. Why would Yeshua have to leave for the Spirit to come if the Spirit was already with him? Now, we see that the Messiah is supposed to bring a world government and establish world peace under a purified system. Did Yeshua (Jesus) do this? Let's look to Jesus' words to see if he was the King Messiah prophesied. Christians state that Jesus was the King Messiah, but what did Jesus himself say? Verse 3 (Yeshua speaking) "Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword." I don't think it can be any more clear. So, Christians and Muslims. I challenge you both. Provide your evidence through your books. You both claim that your books are the WORDS of God. If this is true, show me where God said anything about Antichrist or Dajjal. Do not show me books by Christian authors who interpret the Beast or Dragon to be Antichrist because this is nonsense. The Beasts are Kingdoms, not people and the Dragon is a metaphor for Satan (The Corrupted Mind) and anybody who speaks Hebrew knows this. Muslims, do not recite Hadith. If the Quran is the Word of Allah and it is a complete and perfect guide and it does not say anything about Dajjal, then God did not say anything about a Dajjal. There are verses in the Bible about Antichrists. But these are not a singular, end times, figure. They are those who resist the Messiah. In fact, when it is speaking of the Antichrist, in the letters written by John, it is a reference to SAUL who later changed his name to PAUL and created Christianity. At the time that James wrote his book SAUL was trying to kill Yeshua's disciples. He was the Antichrist that they were speaking of. Christianity is based off of Paul's letters. In fact, Paul has replaced Yeshua in the Church and his words are taught 100x more often than Yeshuas. He taught Greek Jews to worship Jesus, instead of God. Yeshua taught people to worship God through the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh). Paul was the Antichrist who James was speaking of. The Christian religion and all its rotten branches can be viewed as a form of the Antichrist. Islam as it is today can be viewed as a form of the Antichrist. Neither teach that the Messiah is within us all. Neither teach people how to bring the Messiah out of their selves and to become "Anointed" by God. In fact, they teach against that. To teach against that is Anti-Christ. I have read many Christian websites and they all predict their same delusions. They repeat one another's lies to themselves and to others, but they have nothing to support these deceptions. They quote Daniel out of context. They quote the Disciples out of context. They draw connections that are not there. They are liars. All of them. The scriptures are not meant to be interpreted however you like. They have a meaning and when people interpret them to their own liking, the meaning is lost. These prophets did not sacrifice their lives to teach a message that can be read however you like. What would be the point of that?