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Wise Teachings of Prophet Jesus (as)

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The following are wise teachings of Prophet Jesus(as) in the words of Prophet Muhammad and the Purified Imams.

Jesus (as) said: Oh Apostles! How many lanterns have been extinguished by the wind and how many devoted servants of God have been destroyed by self-pride! 

(Mustadrak-al-wasail/ vol 1/ pg 139/ hadith 10)

Jesus (as) said: Verily you will not attain that which you love except through having patience with that which you hate.

(Mustadrak-al-wasail/ vol 2/ pg 425/ hadith 22)

Jesus (as) was asked: Who taught you good manners? He replied: No one has taught me good manners. I saw the ugliness of ignorance and I put it aside.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 326/ hadith 44)

Jesus (as) prepared some food for the Apostles. When they were done eating, he himself washed their hands. They said: oh spirit of God, it was our duty to wash your hands. Jesus (as) said: This I did so that you treat your disciples in the very same way. 

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 327/ hadith 42)

Jesus (as) said: When a mule is left unridden, unworked and unloaded for a long time, its nature will change and will become bad tempered. Hearts are just the same, when they are not softened by the remembrance of death followed by the perseverance of worship, they will become rough and hardened. 

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 309/ hadith 17)

God revealed to Jesus (as) : When I grant you a blessing, embrace it with humility so that I may complete it for you.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 328/ hadith 56)

Jesus (as) told his disciples: Increase your actions in that which the fire does not consume. They then asked: And what is that? Jesus (as) replied: Good deeds.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 330/ hadith 65)

Imam Sadiq (as) said: Jesus the son of Mary (as) said: One who lies much loses his worth.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 330/ hadith 69)

Jesus (as) said: Do not take the world as a lord, for it will take you as a slave. 

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 327/ hadith 47)

Jesus (as) said: The body of one who grieves too much will surely become ill.

(al-Amali by Saduq/  pg 636/ hadith 853)

Jesus (as) said: My servants are my two hands, my horse are my two legs,my bed is the hard earth, and my pillow is a rock. My source of heat in the winter is the light of the sun. I pass my nights while I don't have anything, I rise in the morning while I do not have anything. However, there is no one on the face of this earth that is richer than I am.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 239/ hadith 17)

Jesus (as) said: The most wretched of people is he who is well-known for his knowledge and not for his actions.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 2/ pg 52/ hadith 19)

Among the teachings of Christ (as) is the following: Blessed are you if when envied,cursed,backbitten and slandered, you are filled with delight. For verily your reward will become abundant in the heavens.

(Tuhaf-al-uqul / page 501)

Jesus (as) addressed a man saying: What is your profession? He said: I have taken up deep worship. Jesus asked : Then who provides your livelihood? He said: My brother does. Then Jesus said to him: Then your brother is a greater servant of God than you.

(Tanbih-al-khawatir/volume 1/ page 65.)

Imam Sadiq (as) said: Jesus the son of Mary said: I gave medicine to the sick and cured them by God's will. I gave sight to the blind and healed the leaper by Gods will. I tended to the dead and gave them life by God's will. I tended to the fool but I was unable to correct him. Jesus was then asked: Oh spirit of God! Who is a fool? Jesus replied: One who is enamoured with himself and his own ideas, who seas only himself in possession of every virtue, and who considers only himself as right and no one else. Such a person as this is a fool to whose cure there is no road.

(Bihar-al-anwar/ vol 14/ pg 324)

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Hello,

I think one of the most beautiful quotes in history is attributed to Jesus,

"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. . . And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love." (1 Corinthians 13:4 - 8, 13)

All the Best,

David

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