Your feet” (The Vedanta of Atharva Veda; see also: Bhavishya Purana Prati Sarg Parv III: 3, 3, v 5-27).
It was also said in the Buddhist scripture: “There will arise in the world a Buddha (‘enlightened one’ or ‘awakened one’) named Maitreya (the benevolent one, the Mohammad [Pbuh]) the holy one, the supreme one, the enlightened one, endowed with wisdom in conduct, auspicious, knowing the universe: What he has realized by his own supernatural knowledge he will publish to this universe. He will preach his religion, glorious in its origin, glorious at its climax, glorious at the goal, in the spirit and the letter. He will proclaim a religious life, wholly perfect and thoroughly pure; even as I now preach my religion and a like life do proclaim. He will keep up the society of monks numbering many thousands, even as now I keep up a society of monks numbering many hundreds” (Chakkavatti Sinhnad Suttanta D. III, 76).
Furthermore, it was also said in the Zoroastrian scripture: “O Spitama Zarathustra, I proclaim that Holy Ahmad [pbuh] will surely arrive. You will receive from him holy words, holy thoughts, righteous deeds, and pure religion” (Zend Avesta, Part one, trans. by Max Muller, p. 260).
Indeed, it is also an evident reality that the Torah of Moses, Psalms of David and Gospel of Jesus (Peace be upon them) heralded the glad tidings of the coming of the Prophet Muhammad (on whom be peace) in a very profound and sound manner; it is so distinct and unmistakable that many a sincere Jews and Christians were happy to accept him as the Prophet when he appeared on the stage of history. But over subsequent centuries of theological antagonism, preceded and accompanied by the editing, rewriting and dogmatizing of pronouns of the scriptural records, that written portrait has become obscured as with a thick layer of dust. When the centuries old encrustations of dogma and sectarian hermeneutics are removed, many well-known little understood verses of the Bible serve as a signpost for the serious scholar (See: Sulaiman S. Mufassir. Jesus, a prophet of Islam, Muslim Student’s Association of U.S. & Canada Publications, 1980, p.23)
Nevertheless, these Scriptures will bear testimony to him on the Day of Resurrection. When the All-Powerful “God shall speak unto His messenger (Mohammed, upon him be peace), saying: “Thou art welcome, O My faithful servant; therefore ask what thou wilt, for thou shalt obtain all.”
“The messenger of God shall answer. “O Lord, I remember that when Thou didst create me, Thou saidst that Thou hadst willed to make for love of me the world and paradise, and angels and men, that they might glorify Thee by me Thy servant. Therefore, Lord God, Merciful and Just. I pray Thee that Thou recollect Thy promise made unto Thy servant.” ‘And God shall make answer even as a friend who jesteth with a friend, and shall say: “Hast thou witnesses of this, My friend Mohammed?” And with reverence he shall say: “Yes, Lord.” Then God shall answer: “Go, call them, O Gabriel.” The angel Gabriel shall come to the messenger of God, and shall say: “lord, who are thy witnesses?”