INDEX CH 1 ▻ ronaldweinland.info CH 2. This booklet is about the greatness of Surah Sajda and Surah Mulk The Holy Prophet (P.H.U.H) has said, The person who reads tabarakallazi-‐biyadihil-‐Mulk and Holy Quran | Para 29 | تَبَارَكَ الَّذِي | PDF (قرآن پارہ ٢٩). Taleem Al-Qur'an. Taimiyyah Zubair · Amina Elahi · Hijab Iqbal. Fahm Al-Qur'an. Amina Elahi · Hijab Iqbal · Translation · Selective Surahs · Assorted Lectures.
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Page 1. ronaldweinland.info Page 2. ronaldweinland.info Page 3. ronaldweinland.info Page 4. ronaldweinland.info The Surah takes its name al-Mulk from the very first sentence. This Surah has 30 verses and resides between pages to in the Quran. PART AL MULK (THE KINGSHIP). Section 1. Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. [Mulk ] Most Auspicious is He in.
He Who created Death and Life, that He may try which of you is best in deed: He Who created the seven heavens one above another: No want of proportion wilt thou see in the Creation of Allah Most Gracious. So turn thy vision again: Again turn thy vision a second time: And we have, from of old , adorned the lowest heaven with Lamps, and We have made such Lamps as missiles to drive away the Evil Ones, and have prepared for them the Penalty of the Blazing Fire.
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Why not share! Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Tabaraka is a superlative from barkat.
Barkat comprehends the meanings of exaltation and greatness, abundance and plentiful, permanence and multiplicity of virtues and excellences. When the superlative tabaraka is formed from it, it gives the meaning that Allah is infinitely noble and great. He is superior to everything beside Himself in His essence and attributes and works.
His beneficence is infinite, and His excellences are permanent and everlasting. For further explanation, see E. Ns 1 and 19 of Surah Al-Furqan.
As the word al-Mulk has been used, it cannot be taken in any limited meaning. Inevitably, it would imply sovereignty over everything that exists in the universe.
In Whose hand is the dominion does not mean that He has physical hands, but that He is possessor of all power and authority and no one else has any share in it. That is, He can do whatever He wills, nothing can frustrate or hinder Him from doing what He pleases. That is, the object of giving life to man in the world and causing his death is to test him to see which of them is best in deeds.
Allusion has been made in this brief sentence to a number of truths: 1 That life and death are given by Allah, no one else can grant life nor cause death.
The Creator has created him in the world for the test. Life is for him the period of the test and death means that the time allotted for the test has come to an end. It is not for us to propose a criterion for the good and the evil deeds but for Almighty Allah. Therefore, whoever desires to get through the test, will have to find out what is the criterion of a good deed in His sight.
Every person will be recompensed according to his deeds, for if there was no reward or punishment the test would be meaningless. This has two meanings and both are implied here: 1 That He is Almighty, in spite of being dominant over all His creatures, He is Merciful and Forgiving for them, not tyrannous and cruel. No one can escape His punishment.
But He is forgiving for him who feels penitent, refrains from evil and asks for His forgiveness. For explanation, see E.
Literally, tafawut is disproportion: two things being out of accord and in disagreement with each other. So, the divine words mean: You will not see any indiscipline, any disorder and discordance anywhere in the universe, there is nothing disjointed and out of proportion in this world created by Allah: all its parts are well connected and in perfect harmony and coordination. Show related SlideShares at end.
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