We are told Moses and his comrade met a noble servant of God to whom He had taught knowledge When we read the narration we come to the conclusion that there is none more ignorant than the intellect, who never ceases to inquire. They have not enough faith to believe that He has revealed His existence and His Divinity to the world of His volition.
On the contrary, they hold that the Supreme Being was hidden like a dead body or a piece of rock in some dark, gloomy, hidden, vague and obscure corner and the wise and sagacious worked hard to seek Him, and having discovered Him and broadcast His Divinity to the word. He speaks to them directly without the aid of an intermediary. It is the inspired word, which enters the heart.
In all these cases the recipient of the revelation is granted certain senses. He sees what others do not see and hears words, which others do not hear. It is, with what may be called, the spiritual senses that he hears and sees and feels things, which others do not hear, see, or feel. Christians acknowledge that their words are the words of these men but they believe that the inherent meanings of them were conveyed by God to the authors of these books.
They provided words for those meanings. It was the Holy Ghost who supposedly aided the writers of the Gospels in their composition. God did not reveal the words or the style of composition.
So the words of the New Testament cannot be called as words revealed by God. There is no human effort involved in it, by way of thought, endurance, words or action. It is not the outcome of his dreams, suppressed thoughts or emotions, or the inspiration of a poet or the frenzied utterances or violent mental agitation of those who are possessed. It is not a book written by Muhammad peace be upon him , nor is it the outcome of an individual or collective effort of someone.
In it the Almighty produced its echo. It was not the Holy Prophet who was making use of the revelation; it was the revelation and the sender of the revelation that was making use of the Prophet ; ; ; ; The Holy Prophet was unable to resist the great force of the Divine revelation.
There were no personal views or wishes of the Prophet in it. His function was that of a receiver that catches the sound coming from outside and re-broadcasting it ; ; ; Like such peoples, Jews are also in error for thinking that God spoke only to the children of Israel and that the rest of the world is devoid of this Divine blessing.
On the contrary, every nation and epoch has been the recipient of this Divine boon. Every human being is endowed by nature to with the capacity to benefit from it. There is not a single nation in the world, which has been left without a Messenger 7; This is a baseless objection. When they speak of it, none denies it but those who are deluded about God. Human beings may live anywhere in the world but their fundamental nature will be the same everywhere. Neither territories of the east nor those of the west can make any basic change in this nature.
Neither the colour of skin, nor the variety of language can produce any effect. Nor can the difference of race or tribe in any manner interfere with the uniformity of this nature and human beings came with an immaculate nature.
Rather the human being by nature is inclined to love piety and virtue and hates evil and wickedness. We cannot seal up His words and His speech in any age.
Inner darkness is dispelled by the fierce rays of heavenly light and a wonderful change is manifested. It is not a material object nor does it signify any place nor it is physically created. It is not so as they think that We do not hear their talks and their private consultation.
Indeed, We do hear! Not only that, but Our envoys the "Angels" who remain by their side are noting down everything what they say. Holy is He, the Lord of the heavens and the earth, and the Lord of the Throne of Power, far above and free from that what they ascribe to Him. If we insist only on His Attributes of resemblance, we restrict Him. If we insist only on His Attributes of immanence, we limit Him.
If we accept both aspects, we are right We see Him in essences of things both boundless and limited. His having established Himself firmly and flawlessly signifies the most complete and perfect reflection of these attributes. Each post of the throne extends down to an "angel" who upholds it and executes its affairs and becomes the means of projecting its manifestation.
They are in full operation in this life. In the Hereafter, however, these four attributes shall appear again in full display. Then the operation of each of these attributes will be displayed doubly and thus appear as eight. It is this phenomenon that has been described in the Divine world as, "the eight divine powers will on that Day be above them bearing the Throne of Power of your Lord.
These are the names that make known a description of Him and the names that make known His acts. There are other names such as He is the One al-Ahad , He is the Self-Sufficient Being al- S amad , and nothing is His likeness and He stands High above similarity - these are the attributes of incomparability which denote the Essence of God.
And then He possess the attributes of transcendence like He is the Light of the Heavens and the earth. The Supreme Sovereign. The Holy One. The Preserver of Security; Guardian of Faith. The Protector; The Guardian. Overpowering; The Compensator of losses. The Majestic; The Possessor of all greatness. The Creator of the matter and the Soul.
The Maker; Evolver. The Fashioner; The Bestower of forms. The Forgiver; The Great Protector. The Dominant; The Subduer of all. The Bestower. The Provider. The Decider; The Opener. The All Knowing. The Constrictor; The Withholder. The Expander, The Plentiful Giver.
The Abaser. The Exalter. The Humiliator. The All-Hearing. The All Seeing. The Judge. The Just. The Subtle. The Aware. The Clement, He Who shows forbearance. The Magnificent. The Forgiving.
The Appreciative, The Rewarder. The Great. The Preserver. The Sustainer. The Reckoner; The Giver of what suffices. The Sublime; The Majestic. The Generous. The Watchful. The Responsive. The All-Embracing. The All-Wise. The Loving, Lovely; All Love. The Glorious; The Lord of Honour. The Resurrection. The Witness. The Truth; The Real. The Trustee, The Dispenser of Affairs. The Strong. The Firm. The Patron. The Praiseworthy. The Reckoner.
The Originator. The Restorer to Life. The Giver of Life. The Creator of Death. The Living. The Eternal; The Self-Subsisting. The Finder. The Grand; The Noble. The One; The Unique.
The Single. The Prevailing; The Most Powerful. The Expediter; The Advancer. The Grantor of Respite. The Very First; There was nothing before Him. The Last; There will be nothing after Him. The Protecting Friend, Comrade. The Sublime, The Most Exalted. The Source of All Goodness. The Accepter of Repentance.
The Lord of Retribution. The Pardoner. The Compassionate, The Kindly. The Owner of Sovereignty; Master of Kingdom. The Lord of Majesty and Splendour.
The Equitable. The Gatherer. The Self-Sufficient, The Independent. The Enricher. The Preventer; One Who Withholds. The Distresser. The Benefactor; The Propitious. The Light; He Who enlightens others. The Guide. The Incomparable; The First Cause. The Ever Abiding; The Preserver.
The Everlasting. Slow to impose punishment. This is because He brought the cosmos into being as unseen and as sensory realm, so that we may perceive the Un-manifest through our unseen and the manifest through our sensory aspect. He has also attributed Himself pleasure and displeasure which express in our selves both as fear and hope. Fear from His displeasure and hope for His pleasure. He calls himself to be the First al-Awwal as the One without beginning contradicting any priority in the sense of existence and non-existence, and He, being infinite, calls Himself the Last.
The knowledge of Him is inferred in knowledge of ourselves. Whenever we ascribe any quality to Him, we are ourselves representative of this quality.
Since we know Him through ourselves from ourselves, we attribute to Him all we attribute to ourselves. This kind of knowledge comes only by Divine Disclosures. His direct Revelation are aid to get to this knowledge.
As we are individuals with varying aptitudes and capacities, not all of us qualify to receive His direct Revelations. Therefore such Disclosures reach us through the mouths of His prophets.
Through them He describes Himself to us. He has described Himself as Hidden, being behind the veils. So He speaks to us from behind a veil. Therefore the cosmos cannot perceive Him as He perceives Himself, nor He can ever be unveiled. The subject needs a voluminous literature and the space at our disposal hardly permits us to enter into any details.
No one can comprehend them in their entirety. He is the only knower of His own person. The human beings have been created to take and adopt His attributes. Different writers had mentioned these attributes under different headings from different angles of view. He spoke to other Prophets It is the power of God that manifests itself through them.
There is a link that cannot be avoided and evaded and is bound to come between what we see, feel, and ourselves. The talents of God are within us. Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday 22 April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Wednesday 29 April Thursday 30 April Friday 1 May Saturday 2 May Sunday 3 May Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Monday 11 May Tuesday 12 May Wednesday 13 May Thursday 14 May Friday 15 May Saturday 16 May Sunday 17 May Monday 18 May Tuesday 19 May Wednesday 20 May Thursday 21 May Friday 22 May Saturday 23 May Sunday 24 May Monday 25 May Tuesday 26 May Wednesday 27 May Thursday 28 May Friday 29 May Saturday 30 May Sunday 31 May Monday 1 June Tuesday 2 June Thursday 4 June The future itself is something that Allah created; it includes anything such as light, place, love or hate.
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