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« She ran away!!سجن القمر »

And I met Jesus Christ!

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Monday, September 10, 2007 9:28:06 PM
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    I met Jesus Christ!

    I am not kidding you. Not one bit!

    I got on a taxicab, on my way to the airport. And the driver turned out to be no other than the much anticipated reincarnation of Jesus Christ!

    This is a true story!

    So I got in one of the Ammani taxi cabs, and the guy started telling about this elaborate scheme by the Jordanian General Intelligence Directorate (GID), a few foreigners, and many people that keep watching him wherever he goes. The guy said his name was "something" AL Hinnawi.

    So his sage started few years back, when a "GID officer" was riding in the cab with him. The chatted a little while and the whole incident ended with the taxicab driver sharing his ultimate wisdom with the officer about the best way to combat the external challenges facing the region, and the Arabic and Islamic world

    Turns out, that GID Officer has bugged his cab, and his phone and he was being closely watched ever since.

    The rides would be coordinated, and the driver gets positively handed off from one passenger to the other, until he started getting freaked out about it

    He got so scared that he decided to quit his job and turn in the cab he was driving.

    What made him have increasing suspicions was the fact that his father's name is Yousef (Joseph) his cousin's name is Mosa (Moses) his uncle's name is Zakarya (Zachary)  and he has a sun called Yahya (John)

    This all lead him to the conclusion that he was in fact, Jesus Christ!

    What solidified his theory was that he once saw two professors (he thinks they were professors) that were looking at him, inspecting him all while smiling at him. (Yes people don't smile to others without any reason in Jordan, so it's kind of suspicious) and the other weird thing that happened to him was that he had this passenger who started touching his seat (as if he was trying to get some blessings)

    So there you have it, I met Jesus Christ in Jordan. And he works as a taxicab driver. He's 36 year old and is expecting something major to come up in his life in the next four years. A revelation of some sort I guess

    So all of you hoping to find Jesus Christ, eat your heart out I met him and even gave him a Tip. That must count for something in the afterlife

    I guess the department of licensing needs to start adding psychological evaluation to public transportation drivers!

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    LOL! was he really convinced wella bet5awat???
    cuz if he believes that he is Jesus Christ, then enta shoft elli ma 7adesh shafo LOOOOOL!
    sa7ee7 elli be3eesh yama beshoof :D
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    • afaf
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/10/2007 10:39:29 PM
    yehya is not john...isnot it benjamin...i know that cuz my friend yehia, his american fellows call him ben...
    ohhhhhh...then i should think of riding taxis in amman this time...meybe i will get lucky like u did...
    6ab kef 3eref enno hathak mokhabarat? Hoo gallo enno mokhabarat?
    7amdella 3l salameh ya ostaz, jordan is a big musuem ,artifacts are everywhere, they walk among us:)
    Yahya (for Muslims) (Aka Youhanna El ma3madan) AKA: "St. John the Baptist" AKA Yochanan in Jewish faith. Is NOT, and can NEVER be Benjamin (Binyameen)
    His head was the dowry of Salomi if you know that story and he was (according to Islam and some christian ideas)
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    • Firas
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    • On: 9/11/2007 1:02:21 AM
    I guess you should have told him: I would give you the fair, but I guess it's Haram! Money is the root of all evil!
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    • QWERTY
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/11/2007 1:03:06 AM
    In any case I think this would make an excellent movie: Jesus comes back as a Ammani cab-driver.
    lol : ) I don't know how you could have sat through the ride without bursting up.

    from the other side its very sad that some people need psychological help and never get it !
    • #8
    • Isam
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    • On: 9/11/2007 9:17:08 AM
    ana bagool forsa sa3eede :P
    u met him, i dated Jesus! lol my ex looks EXACTLY like him, bi taree2a mu5eefeh ya3ni! we used to get stopped in the street lol bidhum barakato lol :D
    This guys is a liar! I am the promised Jesus! My name is Fadi and will turn 30 next years to acknowledge my holiness! This guy is way old to be Jesus!

    lol
    Did he pray for you,alsamdela 3al 7alameh.
    The GID bugged a taxi driver? I always thought Taxi drivers are from the GID when they share their political wisdom. However his story is much better than "I got this lovely girl who told me please take me anywhere you want and I said no".
    LOOOOOL...thats funny but kind of sad too. Like Tamara said, toooooooooo many ppl have psychological probs in mideast and never get the help they need because social stigma makes such things not very available and even if they are, people rarely take advantage of them..
    Oh man, I could write a book of all the strange things that happen  on cabs. My least favoerite is when the guy starts to sell sell you a con job the minute you get in.

    eg.
    "My son can't go to school becuase I can't buy him shoes, my daughter can't leave the house because I can't afford to buy her pants. I don't drive taxi cabs, but I found a driver who took pitty on me and let me drive it for the day so that I can pay my debt of JD2000! The doctors, the damn doctors, my son is sick and they wouldn't give him the injection unless I pay for it where am I going to get JD40 to pay for the injection, and on and on and on....)

    The sad part is that there are so many con jobs, you will never know who is telling the truth.
    LOOOOL! mesh ma3goool sho be3ro6o ta3ooon el taxi!
    Actually, i know a Jesus too!!
    He is a yung guy, with long light brown hair, light beard, calm face, peaceful expressions... doesn't speack alot... always has his gaze low... in all standards he looks like Jesus loooool
    But thedifference is that people call him Jesus without him knowing... i don't think he has such a belief :-D 232al men heek huwwe..
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    • Aurielle
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    • On: 11/12/2011 12:26:39 AM
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    HOW I MET JESUS IN THE PHYSICAL
    In 2006, I was at the library.  Into the library came three people.  They were gathered together, near the computer area of the library where I was sitting.  I had the feeling as if they were guards of some sort.  Their very presence felt exciting as if they were waiting for something very special to happen.  


    SPITTING IMAGE OF JESUS
    In the library, over by the map, was a man who was the spitting image of Jesus (or at least the accepted version of him with long sandy-colored hair and a beard.)  He had on casual summertime clothing, just like you and me.


    If this were truly Jesus, as I felt in my heart, there was no way I was going to pass up this opportunity to meet him. A particular verse came to me:

    On judgment day many will say to me, 'Lord! Lord! We prophesied in your name and cast out demons in your name and performed many miracles in your name.'
    But I will reply, 'I never knew you. Get away from me, you who break God's laws.' Mat 7:22-23

    So, I decided to approach him.  I was shaking all over, just like I do when I feel the presence of The Holy Spirit.  We got to talking.  

    EVANGELIZING
    He told me he traveled around a lot, which made sense – considering where he was in the library - looking at a map.  When he spoke I had a vision come to me of Jesus traveling around, evangelizing.  The library was closing and I still had many questions to ask.  So, I invited him to dinner at a local fast food restaurant.  We went out to the parking lot of the library and he followed me in his car which ironically is the same model of car as the one I drive now.  At the restaurant we continued on with extensive conversation.

    During this meeting with this man we talked about:
    God
    Temptation
    Religion and
    The state of the world

    He stressed to me to not make the same mistake twice, just to move on.  That opens the door to the next level.  

    This meeting was not a single occurrence – my meeting Jesus in the flesh.  It has happened numerous times since then.  Each time He felt the same but looked different.  I became aware that the “outside suit” was variable.  He could look like however he wanted.

    For more on this please check out my website - www.metjesus.com.  It is dedicated to Jesus and I explain what I did to meet Him and what you can do to meet him as well.  God Bless.
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