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A merchant can hardly keep from wrongdoing, nor is a tradesman innocent of sin.

The temptations of Commerce (41)
A merchant can hardly keep from wrongdoing, nor is a tradesman innocent of sin. As a stake is driven firmly into a fissure between stones, so sin is wedged in between selling and buying.
If a person is not steadfast in the fear of the Lord, his house will be quickly overthrown.


VI.-Final Comments
By faith we believe and understand that the worlds were created by the Word of God.
By faith Enoch was taken so that he did no experience death.
By faith Noah, warned by God about events yet not seen he built the ark to save his household.
By faith, Abraham obeyed when he was called to set out for a place that he was to receive as an inheritance and he set out not knowing where he was going.
By faith Moses left Egypt without fear of Pharao´s anger and he lead the people through the dessert to the promised land.
Without faith is no possible to please God.

It is hard to believe that science, technology, politics and economics can effectively offer a unifying vision of the complexity of our world today and find the solutions to our everyday increasing problems.
Our world is in a state of imbalance created by man´s misuse. The appearance of the Mahdi (Pbuh) or Saviour will restore and balance the earth.

We have to be prepared to change our present modes of living to ensure the future of mankind in this world. Adequate our needs according to the needs of all people of the world and enter in a new and truthful understanding of the meaning of sharing.

The Mahdi (Pbuh) or Saviour, knows that deep in the hearts of men is the aspiration for justice and love, but we need to end with the fear that stop us from living according to the light of God.

Today, from all corners of our planet we hear the cry of despair of displace people, stateless people, emigrants; no matter how we call them, they suffer from the same disease: poverty , hunger, isolation and scorn.
Among His most important concerns is the welfare of the poor and dispossessed. Half the world´s populations enter this category and present an enormous challenge to the goodwill of men. The Mahdi (Pbuh) or Saviour of the world will inspire the goodwill that will put an end to injustice and corruption.
Slowly, people will become aware that to share the resources of the world is in their own best interests and will willingly accept the need. This will end the suffering of the poor.

“Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” He said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.” This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” (42)


Are we moving forward towards the Mahdi (Pbuh) or Saviour of the World most important concern?





VI.-Bibliography
-The Qur´an, a new translation, M.A.S. Abdel Haleem, 2004, Oxford University Press, Inc., New York,m USA.
-The Spiritual Formation Bible, 2006 Harper and Collins Publishers, United Kingdom.
-Ibn Talib, Ali , Nahjol Balgha, Compiled by: Sayyid Shareef Ar. Razi, 2003, Ansariyan Publication, Qum, Islamic Republic of Irán
-Küng Hans, El Judaismo, pasado presente y futuro, 1993, Editorial Trotta, S.A., Madrid.
-Küng, Hans, El Islam, historia, presente, futuro, 2006, Editorial Trotta, S.A., Madrid.
-Küng, Hans, El Cristianismo, esencia e historia, 1997, Editorial Trotta, S.A., Madrid.
-Ayúcar, R. MIguel, El Evangelio y los Santos de las Grandes Religiones, Editorial Alpuerto, S.A., Madrid.
- Beck, Ulrico, La sociedad del riesgo global, 2006, Siglo XXI de España Editores, S.A. Madrid.
-Corm, Georges, La fractura imaginaria, las falsas raíces del enfrentamiento entre Oriente y Occidente, 2004 Tusquets Editores, S.A., Barcelona.
-Al Hambali, Ibn Rayab, Compendio de Conocimiento y Sabiduría, 2004, International Islamic Publising House, Riyadh.

VII.-Notes
(1) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh), Saying 53, Najhol-Balagha
(2) Genesis 25, 9-10
(3) Genesis 12, 1-3
(4) Genesis 13, 14-15
(5) Qur´an, Sura 2, 124
(6) Exodus 3,7-8
(7) Qur´an 7, Sura 7,104-105
(8) Matthew 2, 20-21
(9) Jeremiah 31, 15
(10) Matthew 2, 20-21
(11) Qur´an, Sura 9, 20-21
(12) Qurán, Sura 5, 82-83
(13) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh) Sermón 203, Najhol-Balagha
(14) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh) Sermón 202, Najhol-Balagha
(15) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh) Letter 45, Nahjol-Balagha
(16) Luke 10, 36-37
(17) Qur´an, Sura 59,8
(18) Luke 17, 12; 16-18
(19) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh) Sermon 208, Najhol-Balagha
(20) Matthew 12, 24
(21) Luke 18, 24-25
(22) Mark 12, 42-44
(23) Matthew 6,1;3-4
(24) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh) Sermon 208, Nahjol-Balagha
(25) Talmud, Baba Kamma 93a
(26) Isaiah 42,1
(27) Ezekiel 3, 21
(28) Matthew 7, 13-14
(29) Nyika Proverb, Kenia and Tanzania
(30) Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh) Saying 201, Najhol-Balagha
(31) Qur´an, Sura 29, 46
(32) Matthew 26, 51-52
(33) Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Believe, United Nations General Assembly Resolution 36/55, 25th of November, 1981.
(34) Forty hadith of an-Nawawi 13
(35) Alib Ibn Talib (pbuh) Saying 10, Najhol-Balagha
(36) Sirach 4, 1-4
(37) Sirach 8, 1-2
(38) Sirach 10, 1-2; 4-5
(39) Sirach 10, 30-31
(40) Sirach 14, 5-6; 8 ; 13
(41) Sirach 26, 29; 27, 2-3
(42) Matthew 22, 36-40

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