How many years has prophet yayha lived?
for about hundreds of years but was not stated anything about him in the quran
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In Islam: Only some two dozen Prophets are mentioned by name in the HolyQur'an. However, there are many Islamic traditions that place thenumber at 124,000, which were sent by Allah at different times, todifferent locations, and to various people throughout the tenure ofhuman beings on this planet.… It is universally accepted in Islam that Adam[upon whom be peace]was the first Prophet; and Muhammad[peace and blessings be uponhim] was the last Prophet, and there will be no other Prophet afterhim. . Judaism: According to Judaism, everyone at Sinai briefly experiencedprophecy. Since then, there were hundreds of prophets until the endof prophecy approximately 2500 years ago. ( Full Answer )
Prophet Isaiah probably lived in the late eighth and early seventh century B.C.E., so whatever he said was said some 700 years before Jesus was born.. What this person said is correct. A little more info is the following. It is rather easy to determine this. The book of Isaiah starts off by saying…, "During the reigns of Uzziah, Hotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah" Isaiah 6:1 speaks of the "year of King Uzziah's death..." In Chapter 36:1 Isaiah writes about the 14th year of King Hezekiah.In this same chapter we read of the Assyrian King named, Sennacherib. These references along with secular writings that have been found in several places, mentioning Tiglath-pileser 111 , all point to about 700 BC. The answer is more complicated then this simplistic answer. This would be a conservative estimate. ( Full Answer )
Methuselah is special because he was the Bible's oldest livinghuman and, according to Genesis , lived to the age of 969,the year of Noah's Flood. He became a father at 187, which is a multiple of 17 (11x17), anddied at 969, which is also a multiple of 17 (57x17). This isespecially interesting beca…use the people who feature in earlyHebrew tradition (from Adam to Joshua) had lifespans that could bereduced to a formula based on the number 17, indicating the use ofnumerology in arriving at their ages. Ignoring the physicalimprobability of any human remaining celibate for nearly 187 yearsor living for 969 years, there is only 1 chance in 289 that theoldest living man would become a father at a multiple of 17 andthen die at a multiple of 17 years. If we think of Methuselah as areal, historical person, this improbability suggests that he couldonly have lived a short life similar to the lifespans of otherhumans since earliest times. Answer: According to tradition (Genesis ch.5), Metushelach (Methuselah)lived close to one thousand years (969). The exceptionally-longlifespans of the pre-Flood generations is a tradition not only inJudaism; it is recorded in other early nations too (such as theoldest entries in the King-Lists of China, India and Sumer).Interestingly, Maimonides has suggested that only certain leadersenjoyed such long lives, not the general populace. ( Full Answer )
Most horses live to around 25-30, however, ponies and smallerhorses tend to live longer. The oldest horse ever recorded was OldBilly, who was 62. It may depend on the size and kind of breed.
At the least 6 years, my parakeet lived for 8 years and it just passed away this morning!
well it depends most can llive over 50 years while a few can live over one hundred, if you want me to answer this question better please put a more specific question ~please thank Pauldee for his hard work :)
most live about 2-3 years, but dwarf hamsters only live about a year what! i have a dwarf it cant live up to about one year my hamster still looks healthy and doesnt look like it is about to die Three years on average. If the hamster is healthy and under goodcare it can live up to five.
There are many variables in the answer to this question.. Some breeds naturally live longer than others. Lifestyle, diet and disease also play a part, just as they do with humans.. Extra large breeds, such as the St. Bernard, tend to live comparatively short lives with most only reaching 8 to 10 y…ears old.. Small breeds tend to live longer with 16 years or more not being uncommon for Border Collies and other smaller dogs. ( Full Answer )
Frogs will live 5 to 10 years. In captivity they have been known tolive longer. A captive toad once lived for 41 years in captivity.
A grasshopper's lifespan is only about a year. The survival rate ofnymphs becoming an adult is only 50 percent.
I am not sure but I have been told it depends on the seasonal changes.growth they have to pollinate and the queen.
A well cared for chicken in a safe protected environment can reach ages up to 12 years and longer. Most hens do not make that ripe old age as the older a bird gets the tougher the meat is. Most farms grow duel purpose birds so that after the chicken has stopped producing eggs they can be used for th…eir meat. Depends on the breed and the quality of its care. Most breeds can live up to 10 years and more if properly cared for. ( Full Answer )
A rabbit can normally live up to 12 years, but that is the very top end of their age, the average is between 7 and 12 years - as long as you look after it, make sure it has it's hutch cleaned regularly, doesn't catch any of the diseases common to rabbits you will get around 10-12 years out of one T…hink of them like every 10 of our years is 1 rabbit year - very few humans live over 110, but some do, and only if they have lived a clean and healthy life, but on average a human will live to 70+ years ( Full Answer )
Prophet Mohamed (peace upon him) was born in year 570. First revelation of Quran by God to him was in year 610 (at age 40 years old) through the Angel Jbril (or Gabriel). Revelation of Quran continued until Prophet Mohamed death in year 632. So, Prophet Mohamed (peace upon him) preached for about… 22 years. Note the name Mohamed may be splelled Muhammad or Mohammad. ( Full Answer )
Muhammad received the first revelation by the angel Gabriel in the year 610, which means he started receiving revelations during the Jahiliyyah period. There were a series of revelations from that point on. However, there are no specific dates. . He received a second revelation in the year 613 . "…angel Gabriel asked him to preach to the people" ( Full Answer )
Answer Jews say that the age of the prophets ended around the time of the Maccabees, before the Common Era. Mainstream Christians usually say that the apostolic age ended the time of prophets. Muslims say that Muhammad was the last and greatest of the prophets. The Mormon religion grants to each o…f its world leaders the status of prophet, right up to the present day. ( Full Answer )
Source Material : Sahih Bukhari Volume 7, Book 62, Number 64: Narratedby 'Aisha That the Prophet married her when she was six years old and heconsummated his marriage when she was nine years old, and then sheremained with him for nine years (i.e., till hisdeath).. Volume 7, Book 62, Number… 65: Narrated by 'Aisha That the Prophet married her when she was six years old and heconsummated his marriage when she was nine years old, Hisham said:I have been informed that 'Aisha remained with the Prophet for nineyears (i.e. till his death)." What you know of the Quran (byheart)'. Volume 7, Book 62, Number 88: Narrated by 'Ursa The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with 'Aisha while she wassix years old and consummated his marriage with her while she wasnine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. tillhis death).. ( Full Answer )
As written in Genesis 9:29 Noah lived a total of 950 years , and then he died.
Well commet fish live for 50 years or 60 years and they grow to the size of the tank and the others i don't really know.
The Book of Isaiah is primarily about the Babylonian Exile, although the prophet Isaiah lived 150 years before the Exile. Scholars long ago solved this puzzle. They say that only chapters 1 to 39 were really written by Isaiah of Jerusalem, with numerous later additions. Because of other authors, Isa…iah is often called First Isaiah or Proto-Isaiah. Chapters 40 to 55 record the words of a sixth century prophet living in exile in Babylon, called Deutero-Isaiah or Second Isaiah. Finally, chapters 56 to 66, from the post-Exilic period, are either a continuation of the work of Deutero-Isaiah or written by one of his disciples, now known as Trito-Isaiah or Third (III) Isaiah. Scholars say that there are striking stylistic variations and differences in vocabulary between I Isaiah and II Isaiah. First Isaiah's vocabulary is limited and his utterances are designed for delivery to specific audiences. Second Isaiah's work is more uniform and lyrical in style, more hymnic in quality, and more extensive in vocabulary. His chapters form a unity of thought and emphasis centred in the restoration from Babylonian captivity. ( Full Answer )
Common basilisks generally live less than six years. Emerald Basilisk: Average lifespan is less than seven years. Brown Basilisk: Brown basilisk lizards typically live for two years in the wild.
It depends on the species. The Giant Pacific Octopus can indeedlive for five years but others live only about six months. Octopuses only reproduce once. Males die no more than a few monthsafter mating. The female dies once the eggs she's been guardinghatch. Although they stop eating after mating it… is an endocrinesecretion from the optic gland that kills them. ( Full Answer )
If you take good care of it can live up to 12 or more years
You can live for a few weeks if your malaria is not treated, If you know about your malaria and treat it well, you may not die with the disease!
The average lifespan of a wild mouse is approximately 3 months due to predators. But it is estimated that the average house mouse will live up to 4 years.
it depends on condition and care. Since you treat urs poorly most likely about 15-30 years atm.mine lived for about 64 years. it was a family air lume. The oldest on earth found dated to 369 years old but sadly died 10 days after held in captivity. The turtle was about 34800+ yrs IT.
It really depends on how long the star has been in space and how far away it is because there are stars in the sky that blew up thousands of years ago but we wouldn't know because the light takes so long to come back to the earth. !
That number is undisclosed. His book ends with only part of his commission complete. "...I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to ROOT OUT , and to PULL DOWN , and to DESTROY , and to THROW DOWN , to BUILD , and to PLANT ." (Jer.1:10) He had a number to mission…s to accomplish at that time when God was warning the Jews through him for the last time to repent of their sins and turn back to God and His laws. The Babylonian Empire was knocking at their door, so to speak... and the final stage was set to remove the Jews from their land and be taken into captivity. Jeremiah was the prophet of record at this time for the "rooting out, pulling down, destruction and the throwing down" of the House or Kingdom of Judah. The prophesied seventy-year captivity of the Jews. This phase of Jeremiah's commission is recorded in his book. And the "building" portion of his commission just begins as his book ends. Jeremiah's book ends with the removal of the Jewish king and all of his sons, who were killed before him, prior to having his eyes burned out. He was carried away to Babylon... and the existence of the throne of David was lost to world history. [the throne which God promised to give to Christ -- "...He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and THE LORD SHALL GIVE UNTO HIM THE THRONE OF HIS FATHER DAVID : and He shall reign over the House of Jacob for ever; and of His Kingdom there shall be no end." (Luke 1:32-33)] Therefore, since David's throne has to be somewhere on this earth for Christ to claim when He returns... God had to "replant" David's throne somewhere. At the end of Jeremiah's book... he was given the freedom to travel anywhere he wanted. And he went to Mizpah, where he attached himself to "THE KING'S DAUGHTERS." "Then went Jeremiah... to Mizpah; and dwelt with him among the people that were left in the land." (Jer.40:6) "Then Ishmael carried away captive all the residue of the people that were in Mizpah, EVEN THE KING'S DAUGHTERS, and all the people that remained in Mizpah..." (Jer.41:10). And following a brief misadventure, being sidetracked to Egypt for a spell... Jeremiah disappears with the king's daughters from the Bible... and from the view of the world. He secured the "seed" [the king's daughters - the material with which to "build"] whereby to replant the throne of David "somewhere in the world" so that it would be preserved for the Christ. "...behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will raise UNTO DAVID a Righteous Branch, and a King shall reign and prosper, and shall execute judgment and justice in the earth..." (Jer.23:5). "...David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the HOUSE OF ISRAEL..." (Jer.33:17). Not the House of Judah [the Jews], but Israel, the house that had been taken into captivity and scattered over a century before Jeremiah was born. And the "planting" phase of Jeremiah's commission remains virtually unknown to the world today. Where he went and how he replanted, the Bible doesn't tell us... so we don't know the length of Jeremiah's service to God. Although, technically, if God has called you... your service to Him doesn't end. Answer John MacArthur in his Study Bible says that: . The dates of [Jeremiah's] ministry... are from the Judean king Josiah's 13th year...627BC, to beyond the fall of Jerusalemto Babylon in 586BC....He was possibly still ministering in 570BC. . ( Full Answer )
Snakes can live up to 100 hundred years depending on what kind of snake it is.
13 years from the time the first verses (Ayat) of Quran revealed to him by God through the angel Gabriel (Jibril).
some times babys can live in one year when they born and they get sick
Pet ferrets live 7 - 10 years provided they are well cared for and are provided with a good diet of raw meat, eggs and special ferret pet food. The average life for a ferret is 8 years.
A goat can live anywhere from four to eleven years depending on its care and nutrition.
The tradition is that soon after the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), he was sent to the desert to live with a Bedouin family, as it was considered healthier for children in those days. He stayed with Halimah bint Abi Dhuayb and her husband until he reached the age of 2. However, some scholars …of Islam in the west have rejected the historical authenticity of this tradition. ( Full Answer )
The last 23 years of his life 13 years in Makkah 10 years in Madina
Blackbeard the pirate, whose real name was Edward Teach, lived for about 38 years. His birth was probably in 1680, and he is known to have died in 1718.
The earth is not a living entity. It is the things on and in it that are.
Twelve. He reported his first prophecy in August 610. He departed for Medina in September 622. Because the lunar year is shorter than the solar year, some Muslims consider this to be thirteen years. ________________________________________ From year 610 AD to year 623 AD. It means 13 years.
There have been people that lived way past 100 but on average its 80 years.
25 prophets in Islam ____________________________ It is said to be around 12500 prophets. However, only 25 prophet are mentioned in Quran.
so they can have food Answer I am sorry my friend but David was never called as a prophet, a King yes, and an unrightious one at that. Though at times when he did obey Gods commanments he was entitled to revelation, but he was never worthy enough to be called as a prophet.
Numbats live for an average of 5-6 years in captivity, but less in the wild.
Elijah came back to life as John the baptist, and prepared the way for Yeshua (Jesus): Emmanuel, Messiah, Christ.
The Bible does not tell us when God created angels, only when he created the first man Adam, on day 6. It states in Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" and then continues to tell us of the 6 days of creation and the 7th day that God rested from His work. All thi…ngs were created by God as stated in Colossians 1:16 which reads "For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible , whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers. All things were created through Him and for Him" and v.17 "and He is before all things and in Him all things consist.." So from these verses we do know that all things were created which includes angels. Angels are invisible and in verse 16 it states that He created both the visible and invisible things: although throughout the scriptures we do see times when angels visibly appeared to different people at different times. Because we do not know which day God created the angels, we cannot know how long the time period was between the angels and Adam as you ask. All we know is that Adam was formed from the dust of the earth on day 6 of creation. People speculate or try to guess when the angels were created but the fact is we do not know and it must not be important otherwise I believe God would have revealed this information to us. What we do know, however, is that satan led numerous numbers of angels in rebellion against God some time near the very beginning. ( Full Answer )
The oldest blue whale was 110 years but an average lifespan is 80 - 90 years.
About 2600. But nobody really knows when Ibrahim lived. The view that he lived in the 1700s BCE was recently popular, but some theologians support the view that it was the 1900s.
It really depends upon the elephant. Most elephants can expect to live 60 to 70 years in the wild. But elephants have accidents or die young or live old, just like we do.
Prophet Muhammad lived for about 62 or 63 years and he became aprophet at the age of 40. Hence he lived as a prophet for almost 12or 13 years after Khadijah RA dies.
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) preached in Makkah (or Mecca) for 12 years (from 610 through 623 AD)
Daniel was not a patriarch so the Bible didn't mention the age ofdead. We know he died of old age. Here is what the Lord told him. And you go to the end, and rest, and stand in thy lot at the endof the day. -Daniel 12:13-