Promised Messiah Day in Austin, Texas

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Qasim Choudhary, Missionary, Austin, Texas, USA

On 20 March 2022, Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyyat Austin had the opportunity to organise Jalsa Yaum-e-Masih-e-Maud (Promised Messiah Day) at the Baitul Muqeet Mosque. 

The programme commenced with a recitation from the Holy Quran, followed by a poem.

The first speech of the day was by Jaziba Ahmad Sahiba who spoke about the selfless hospitality of the Promised Messiahas and how he compassionately took care of his guests. 

This was followed by a speech delivered by Dr Rashid Waraich Sahib who spoke about the miracles of the Promised Messiahas in the domain of knowledge. 

Then, my humble self delivered a presentation on the topic of “The Messiah who spoke the five languages of love” – sharing insights into the exemplary domestic life of the Promised Messiahas while emphasising a husband’s role in the household affairs. 

The Jalsa concluded with an interactive “Kahoot” quiz. The Atfal and Nasirat in attendance joyfully participated in the quiz. 

More than 70 Jamaat members attended the Jalsa. 

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