Islam is a God-centered religion.† Nothing illustrates this reality better than the verse named ĎThe Greatestí by the Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.† Read this article to find out more about this verse and its beautiful explanation of who is God.
Islam is a God-centered religion. Nothing illustrates this reality better than the verse named ĎThe Greatestí by the Prophet Muhammad. Read this article to find out more about this verse and its beautiful explanation of who is God.
A discussion of the last two verses of Chapter 2, that define the basic beliefs of a Muslim, his humbleness, and relationship with God. Part 1 discusses the basic beliefs and humankindís accountability in the Afterlife. †
A discussion of the last two verses of Chapter 2, that define the basic beliefs of a Muslim, his humbleness, and relationship with God.† Part 2 explains the beautiful supplications at the end of the chapter.
Jesus denies divinity on the Day of Judgement.
The blessings we enjoy are innumerable. This verse reminds us of that and makes us reflect as to what is the best way to express gratitude to those blessings.
These profound verses encourage us to have the right company and explain about the reality of our choices and actions.† The truth and has been made clear by God and we have been given a free will to choose; however we are responsible for the consequences of our decisions.†
A brief look and discussion of the traits that define a true believer.† In these verses God describes these characteristics and sets them out clearly, allowing us to emulate the behaviour He describes.
A continuation of the list of traits belonging to a believer.† God describes these characteristics in order that we may know them and develop them.
These verses explain what kind of God He is, what are His attributes, Who has sent the Quran, and before Whom you have to render an account of your deeds in the end.
These verses explain what kind of God He is, what are His attributes, Who has sent the Quran, and before Whom you have to render an account of your deeds in the end.†
A group of verses from Chapter 79 of the Quran that concisely describe the consequences of giving oneself up to oneís† desires and contrasts it to the consequences of leading a God conscious life.
A moving account of the Day of Judgement that talks about relatives and family members on the Day of Judgement as well as the expressions of joy and horror that faces will display on that day.
Three sentences that describe a basic pillar of faith, belief in the Hereafter.
God guides us in the right direction by asking the pivotal question, isnít it time you came to your senses and humbled yourself? †Making the same mistakes as the People of the Book will only lead to hard-heartedness and ultimate failure He says, and likens the hard heart to dead infertile ground.† God also offers a solution.†
This chapter of the Quran mobilizes an impressive range of examples to achieve its rhetorical aim: to affirm the unity of the Creator through the observation of change and variation in Creation.
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