Muhammad was fallible like any other messenger because he frowned;

By Ijaz Chaudry

 

Most of today’s Muslims believe that Muhammad was infallible.  However, when you read the Quran, you will find that all messengers are human and as for being human has human frailties such as making mistakes.  There are specific examples where Muhammad has been catalogued in the Quran making errors.  This is one of them and the others include chapter (33:36-39) and the incident with his adopted son Zeid …The belief that Muhammad was infallible tantamount to Shirk or Idol worship because no human being is infallible only God is infallible. Therefore when one believes that Muhammad never made any errors than one is putting Muhammad at the same level as the Al-Mighty God which is Shirk to the extreme. Hence Muhammad has left examples mentioned in the Quran of his errors so that they be lesson for the believers.

 

[80:1]  He (Muhammad) frowned and turned away.

[80:2]  When the blind man came to him.

[80:3]  How do you know? He may purify himself.

[80:4]  Or he may take heed, and benefit from the message.

[80:5]  As for the rich man.

[80:6]  You gave him your attention.

[80:7]  Even though you could not guarantee his salvation.

[80:8]  The one who came to you eagerly.

[80:9]  And is really reverent.

[80:10]  You ignored him.

 

 

When you add all the verses 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 we get 55 when we concatenate the chapter and gv of Muhammad 92 we get 92 80 55 = 48845 x 19, confirming the fact that these verses are addressing Muhammad a blind man and a rich man and the main character in this episode is Muhammad, whose name is coded with the geometric value 92.

 

92 80 55 / 190 = 4884/5 Position 5.

  

Position 5 describes gift.  These verses are only divisible with the gv of Muhammad.  This is because it only happened to one person Muhammad.  Thus the fact that only gv of Muhammad is multiple with these verses confirm once again that the coding mechanism in place is the correct one.  (80:11-12) Indeed this is a gift from God and a reminder to all of us that no one is above or equals God, even Muhammad was sanctioned to discipline as any other believer would have been…  The Temporal connection tells us that the gv of Muhammad left most which means it is more recent, indeed by the context of the verses above it is clear that this incidence happened before the revelations were revealed (80:1-10). Because the tone of these revelations are rhetorical. The Level is 5 which is Theme “Detailing Information”, indeed the code details out who the messenger was who frowned and turned away when the blind man came to him for guidance.