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The phrase alhamdulillah is an integral part of our deen we are taught to say it from both the Qur'an and Sunnah and most of us have this phrase in our everyday.
Allah .. Have you read this word before ? Certainly you passed by this word on the web pages or on the titles of the books or on one of the signboards .. Did you know who is Allah ? Are not you curious to know him?
As the relationship between the believer and his creator is genuinely private and direct, one does not need a righteous person to whom he confesses his sins. That indicates that Islam leads its followers towards a road of self-development and self-purification.
People do say that ‘seeing is believing’ and therefore they believe only what they see. They say that they do not see God, and therefore ….
Allah is the Creator of everything.
God is real and His existence is true and recognized by the innate nature of every human being.
Allah – the Mighty and Majestic – explains in the noble Quran that He has promised to help and give victory to those who help Him.
Allah, the One free from all defects. Himself bears witness to His Oneness, and He is the greatest of witnesses. Then He chose from His creation the angels and the scholars – this is sufficient to show their excellence.
Ibn al-Qaiyim mentioned ten causes that result in Allah’s love for His slave and the slave’s love for his Lord.
Everything that is beloved, if it is not loved for His sake then this love is nothing but grief and torment.
contemplate Allah in these three places, in your actions, your saying and your heart so that your contemplation may be complete.
Allah’s Rights upon His creation are the rights that must be kept the most. Allah is the sole Creator and Sustainer of the universe. He is the Almighty who created everything with absolute wisdom.
The first thing to do is have a proper attitude. In Islam, "deeds" mean actions and spoken words, and that includes attitudes. Passing thoughts are not accountable.
"At-Tawakkul ‘ala Allah" is the Islamic concept of complete reliance on Allah or "trusting in Allah's plan." The root word in Arabic is وَكَلَ (wakala) which means to entrust, charge or authorize. Allah is al-Wakeel, the Disposer of Affairs, the One entrusted, relied upon, depended upon and sufficient to take care of all matters.
This book presents a clear and lucid concept about Allah the Almighty, the concept that is far from those impurities, defects and stains that were added to the faith of Monotheism across the human history.
The One Who is above and exceeds all others. The Most High, above whom there is nothing higher.
The answer to the question of Allah`s presence, supported by evidence that He is indeed above the heavens and above His creation.
This lesson addresses the question of whether Allah can be seen from an Islamic perspective as compared to the Judeo-Christian teachings.
Muslims believe in one, unique, incomparable God, Who has no son nor partner, and that none has the right to be worshipped but Him alone.
What lies beyond? No one has seen it and came back to tell us, but God has told us what it is. Can we not believe God?