Interview With Hazat Mian Jan Muhammad - Companion of the Promised Messiah
Hazrat Mian Jan Muhammad relates that from his early years he did not ever feel any antagonism towards the Promised Messiah (peace be on him). Once he happened to be in Multan with his father who worked as a clerk and Jan Muhammad was labouring. The month of Ramadan came, he kept the fast and on Eid day after going for Eid service he fell asleep past Asr Prayer. The weather was hot so he slept till the morning. In the early hours of the morning he saw a dream in which he is in his own village on Eid day and they are all going to the Eid centre but in the opposite direction to where it is. They are all going eastwards. On the way back from the Eid centre he sits on a hillock. When he moves the hillock it shifts and he finds a door underneath which leads to a vestibule where he finds a few pairs of very fine shoes. He also takes his shoes off there and goes inside and finds a beautiful arbour like structure called ‘Baradari’ [a traditional Mughal structure with 12 doors] in which 2 boys are beautifully reciting 'The Holy Quran'. Some holy persons are also there who tell Jan Muhammad that they had been waiting for him. Jan Muhammad goes in another room to find a holy person dressed in green who is reciting the Quran. He calls Jan Muhammad by his name and tells him that he had been waiting for him. He puts his arms around Jan Muhammad and asks him if he has read the Quran? Jan Muhammad replies he was taught to read the first 7 parts but he reads the rest himself. The holy person opens the Quran and asks Jan Muhammad to read it. The first verse that he has to read is: These Messengers of whom We have exalted some above others, Allah spoke to them and exalted some of them in degrees of rank. We gave Jesus son of Mary clear proofs and strengthened him with the Holy Spirit. If Allah had willed those after them would not have fought with one another after clear Signs had come to them but they disagreed nevertheless some them believed and some of them disbelieved. If Allah had willed they would not have fought with one another; but Allah does as He desires. ('The Holy Quran'. Surah al-Baqarah [The Heifer]: 254). Meanwhile, the holy person leaves. Jan Muhammad wonders who the holy person was when he is informed from the unseen that someone is saying this was Khizr (peace be on him) and the 2 boys were Hazrat Imam Hassan and Hazrat Imam Hussayn (Allah be pleased with them). This is when Jan Muhammad woke up but he remained puzzled by this dream for a couple of days and no one had any answers for him. Some 7 or 8 years later when he took Bayat at the hand of the Promised Messiah (peace be on him) did he realise that the holy person in his dream was indeed the Promised Messiah; a Prophet in this age. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V. Friday Sermon 11 January 2013). The excerpt from the Caliph's Friday Sermon can be seen here https://www.youtube.com/watch?edit=vd&v=TfCHy4UVxdk © The Tahir Archive / MTA International, 2016.
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