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The second article of faith mentioned by the Prophet (peace be upon him) was belief in the angels. Angels are a type of creation of Allah that is, in general, unseen by man.
This Islamic guide is for non-Muslims who would like to understand Islam, Muslims (Moslems), and the Holy Quran (Koran). It is rich in information, references, bibliography, and illustrations.
A lesson on the Islamic perspective regarding the belief in angels, their existence, attributes, tasks, numbers, names and abilities.
The angels are created by Allah from light ; no-one knows their exact number but Him.Allah created them to worship & obey Him.He created them for certain tasks which the execute;they also record what man says and does all his life.
Angels are obedient to God; there are no fallen angels who rebel against Him
Belief in Angels, Sheik Bilal discusses the Six Pillars of Faith in a moral principle perspective.
Allah created unseen beings called angels who work tirelessly to administer His kingdom in full obedience. The angels surround us at all times, each has a duty; some record our words and deeds.
Sheik Bilal continues to discuss the moral foundation of Six Pillars of Faith & on the continuity on the Belief on Angels, Sheik Bilal explains how it is connected to the world of Jinn.
This is a gift for all the new Muslims who currently know the right path to Allah. This is a means to strength and preserve their belief. In these audios Sheikh Fahd Salem Bahammam shows the fruits of becoming a Muslim, the excellent features of Islam and all aspects of Islam. Sheikh Fahd illustrates the pillars of faith on which one’s belief is based and the pillars of Islam which contain the best practical deeds (e.g. prayer) and the best deeds of the heart i.e. the monotheism. As Islam is a social religion, Sheikh explains the Muslim’s behavior towards all individuals in the society, old or young, whether they embrace Islam or not. Afterwards he puts up some notice about both of the permissible and prohibited financial dealings. He also mentions the factors which increase the one’s belief and help the Muslim to abide by Allah’s commands. He refers to the obstacles (e.g. lust, misconception and ignorance) in the path of the Muslims prevent him from continuing his way to Allah. He also shows the prerequisites of the sincere repentance which is between the person and his God without a mediator. Finally, he gives a word for the new Muslim.