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Jesus said, 
"I am 
the bread 
of life."

Assalaam a'laikum!

Welcome to the 'Isa al-Masih Tandoor.

The purpose of this site is to accurately present the message of the prophets of God.  Although the prophets are respected, a prayer for peace (pbuh) is not given after the names of the prophets, because these prayers are not found in Allah's inspired writings.  Also, we believe that the fate of each soul depends on his own faith not the prayers of others after he dies. 

"For he himself is our 
. . . and has destroyed the barrier, the dividing wall of hostility . . . thus making peace." 

'Isa al-Mesih ibn Miriam, Jesus Christ, (may his peace be upon us) was called the Prince of Peace and The Bread of LifeHe instructed us not to live by physical bread alone but by every word that proceeds from God. As the Word of God, 'Isa al-Mesih claimed to be the bread that comes from God. This website is designed to clarify and understand his message.  

Click here to see his life's story in many languages.


'Isa al-Mesih was a very special prophet of God. But was he more than a prophet?

The purpose of his sacrifice needs to be investigated. Why did he come? Did he have authority to do what he claimed to do? Does it match with the message that God had revealed to the prophets that went before?

His identity is important. Were there prophecies about his life and character?

Is 'Isa really the Son of God? What does this really mean?

What does it mean that he's al-Masih?

What connection does he have with Abraham?

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Why did he never say, "I am God?"

Would he sacrifice his life to bring honor to God?

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Get an overview of the life of 'Isa al-Masih, his birth, his miracles, his teachings, etc.

What does the Holy Bible say about the Oneness of God?

Letters to a Friend

Plus other helpful articles.

Why not try the Jesus Film live from the internet. This is a film about the life of Hadrat 'Isa al-Masih (Jesus Christ) direct from the Injil, Gospel of Luke.

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How should we relate to God?

What does the Holy Bible teach us about God and man?

View the following presentations to understand more about this experience:

Hint: (To end a presentation procede to the last slide of the presentation and return to the Home Page.)

The Way to Peace with God

The Kingdom of God

The Road to Life

Also, read a Personal Testimony of a follower of 'Isa who applied these truths to his life and came to know the acceptance of God.

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The Issues of Life

There are many other topics of importance. 'Isa al-Masih relates to all areas of life! Try some of these

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The message of the Holy Bible.

  Listen to "God's Story", an overview of the Holy Bible.  Then view a summary of its message.

Click for the full Holy Bible in many languages.

Click for an audio Life of Christ from the Gospels in 
Arabic, Bengali, Dari, English, Farsi, French, Gujarati, Punjabi, Turkish, and  Urdu and more.

How should I start reading the Holy Bible?

Read or listen to Genesis 1 -- Exodus 20 for the message God revealed through the lives of important prophets. Read about men such as Adam (Adam), Abel (Habil), Noah (Nuh), Abraham (Ibrahim), Isaac (Isaak), Ishmael (Ismael), Jacob (Yakub), Joseph (Yusuf), and Moses (Musa).

Read or listen to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to learn about the life of 'Isa al-Masih ibn Miriam.

Read or listen to the Psalms for the message God revealed to David (Daoud) and others.

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Parables of Jesus ('Isa al-Masih)

Do you want to love God, have faith in God and depend on his mercy? Then you're just like the people Jesus loved to talk to! He told stories, called parables, which had a message about God's Kingdom:


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Accuracy and Authenticity of the Holy Bible

Correspondence Courses on the Holy Bible

Other Helpful Sites


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Thank you for joining us at the 'Isa Tandoor.

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We'd welcome your comments or questions. 

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Last Updated 06/06/2002

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