Islaam 101 Belief in His Angels, His Books, and His Messengers

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Islaam 101:

Islaam 101 His Angels, His Books, and His Messengers

The Angels:

The Angels “… honored servants. They do not speak before He does, and they act only by His command." (21:26) “ Allaah created them, and they worship and obey Him. Those who are in His presence do not disdain to worship Him, nor do they weary." (21:19) They were created from light according to the Prophet (may Allaah exalt his mention and grant him peace).

The Angels:

The Angels The Prophet Muhammad saw Gabriel in his real shape with six hundred wings that covered the horizons (Al-Bukhaaree and Muslim). (Talk about the magnificence of their creation) Gabriel took the form of a handsome human being who met Mary and engaged in conversation with her. Also the story in our curriculum.

The Angels Jobs:

The Angels Jobs Jibreel; who is entrusted with revelation Mikaaeel; who is in charge of rain and the growth of plants Israafeel; who is in charge of blowing the horn at the time of the resurrection The Angel of Death; who takes away people's souls at the time of death One who is in charge of mountains Malik; the keeper of Hell

The Angels Jobs:

The Angels Jobs Some angels are in charge of embryos in wombs Others are responsible for protecting human beings “ When the two angels receive (his deeds), one sitting on the right and one on the left, not a word he utters but by him is an observer ready" (50:18)

The Angels Jobs:

The Angels Jobs Other angels are in charge of questioning the dead after he is placed in his last abode. Two angels come to him and ask him about his Lord, his religion, and his prophet (Munkar and Nakeer). "Allah confirms those who believe with the firm saying, in the present life and the hereafter, and Allah leads astray the evildoers and Allah does what He wills" (14:27) Some angels are in charge of the dwellers of Paradise "The angels enter to them from every gate, saying: 'Peace be upon you for that you were patient. How excellent is your final home"' (13:24)

The Angels Jobs:

The Angels Jobs “ Seventy thousand angels enter and pray in the populous house in heaven every day. They never come back to it as long as they live" (because their turn will never come) (Al-Bukhaaree and Muslim)

Virtues of Belief in the Angels:

Virtues of Belief in the Angels Appreciating the dignity of Allah, His might, and His sovereignty. Gratitude toward Allah because He puts some of the angels in charge of His servants, recording their deeds and other things that benefit them. Love and admiration for the angels because of what they are doing, namely, worshipping Allah in the best possible manner and praying for the believers.

His Books:

His Books "Indeed We sent down Our messengers with the clear signs, and We sent down with them the book and the balance, so that people may uphold justice" (57:25)

Known Books:

Known Books Torah: "Surely, We sent down the Torah, wherein is guidance and light; by its laws the Jews have been judged by the prophets who surrendered themselves to Allah, the rabbis and the doctors of law, because they were entrusted the protection of Allah's book and were witnesses thereto" (5:44)

Known Books:

Known Books The Gospel: "And we gave him the Gospel, wherein is guidance and light and confirming the Torah before it, as a guidance and an admonition to the God-fearing “ (5:46) The Psalms: “ And to David We gave the Psalms. ” (4:163 & 17:55) The Books of Abraham and Moses: “ The Books of Abraham and Moses. ” (87:19)

The Qur’aan:

The Qur ’ aan The Qur'an is "confirming the scripture that was before it and stands as a guardian over it. ” (5:48) "Indeed, We sent down the message and We will guard it" (15:9)

Previous Scriptures Changed:

Previous Scriptures Changed "Some of the Jews pervert words from their meanings" (4:46) "So woe to those who write the Book with their hands, and then say: 'This is from Allaah,' that they may sell it for a little price. So woe to them for what their hands have written, and woe to them for their earnings" (2:79)

Virtues of Belief in the Books:

Virtues of Belief in the Books Appreciating Allah's mercy and care for His people in that He sent down a book to every nation for its guidance. Appreciating Allah's wisdom, for He revealed in these books to every nation that which suits them. The glorious Qur'an is the final book and it is suitable to all people at all times until the Day of Judgment. Showing gratitude for Allah's mercy in revealing these books.

Belief in Messengers:

Belief in Messengers “ bringing good tidings and warning, so that mankind might have no argument against Allah after the Messengers. Allah is All-mighty, All-Wise “ (4: 165) We believe there are many prophets and messengers The Prophet told us that there are 124,000 prophets and 300 and some messengers. Explain difference between the two

The First and Last Messengers:

The First and Last Messengers "We revealed to you as We revealed to Noah and the prophets after him" (4: 163) "Muhammad is not the father of any of your men, but the Messenger of Allaah and the Seal of the Prophets" (33:40)

The Best Messengers:

The Best Messengers "And when We took a compact from the prophets, and from you, and from Noah, and Abraham, then Moses, and Jesus, son of Mary. We took from them a solemn compact" (33:7) "He ordained for you what He enjoined on Noah and what He revealed to you and what He enjoined on Abraham, Moses and Jesus; namely, establish this faith and be united in it" (42:13)

Messengers Are Human Beings:

Messengers Are Human Beings “ Say: ‘ I am but a man like yourselves, (but) the inspiration has come to me, that your God is one God: whoever expects to meet his Lord, let him work righteousness, and, in the worship of his Lord, admit no one as partner. ” (18:110) The highest praise Allaah gives to them is by calling them His Slaves!!! (see 17:1)

Virtues of Belief in the Messengers:

Virtues of Belief in the Messengers Appreciating Allah's mercy and care for His people for sending them those great messengers to guide them to the straight path. Thanking Allah for this great favor. Loving and respecting the prophets and praising them in what they deserve, because they are Allah's messengers and His choice among His people. They worshipped Allah according to the best of their ability, conveyed His message to mankind, gave sincere advice to the people, and bore patiently whatever hurt they received.

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