|Throughout the Holy Qur’an there are numerous examples of magnificent prophecies made in connection with the latter days. One such is example is as follows:“And when the books are spread abroad” (al-Takwir:11)
The interpretation of the above verse can further be aided by a hadith of the Holy Prophet (saw) in which he is reported to have said that when Isa, son of Mary, will come, there will be an abundance of wealth, and this wealth will flow so abundantly that nobody will accept it. (Bukhari, Kitabul Anbiya’babu nuzule ‘isabne Maryam)
There is no doubt that this very prophecy and many other prophecies in regards to the second coming of Jesus have been magnificently fulfilled by the advent of Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) of Qadian, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi.
|This introduction has been written with the prime object of awakening and kindling a thirst to read the originals of the Sultanul-Qalam (the champion of the pen). Each book is unique and is a gem.
Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah (as) has unlocked immeasurable treasures of knowledge, the treasures that had lain hidden for centuries. Millions of words flowed from his pen, his writings occupy thousands of pages bound in ninety-one books. Hundreds of posters, leaflets, tracts and hand bills issued by him went to nail the lie or to challenge the enemies of Islam. The treasures of The Promised Messiah (as) are comprised of more than 91 books, along with numerous announcements elucidating the deeper meaning of The Holy Qur’an and exquisiteness of Islam. The Promised Messiah (as), over a period of 25 years, unlocked these spiritual treasures single-handedly.
Hadhrat Maulawi Sher ‘Ali (ra) states that the Promised Messiah (as) once observed that the members of our Jama‘at should read our books at least three times, and the one who does not study our books, I have doubt about his faith.
|The Promised Messiah (as) wrote: I saw in a vision that I was standing on a pulpit in the city of London and was setting forth the truth of Islam in the English language, in a very well reasoned address. Thereafter, I caught several birds who were sitting upon small trees and were of white colour and their bodies resembled the bodies of partridges. (Izala-e-’Auham, p.515-516, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 3, p.377) The Promised Messiah (AS) added about this vision: I interpreted this vision as meaning that though I would not be able to travel to that country, my writings will be published there and many righteous English people will be attracted to the truth.(ibid.)