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REVELATION OF THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD

Updated on October 25, 2015

REVELATION OF THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD

REVELATION OF THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD

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Islamic history we will see traces of the minutes of the Prophet Muhammad, and the nature of its relationship with the teachings of the prophets. Allah Almighty. create mankind with a purpose to devote themselves to Him, though He did not need someone to worship, because it will not add to the sense of his greatness. The procedure of worship was not left to the individual, but not explicitly described by the prophets and apostles. Seeing that the apostles received the assignment from the inventor to the same core message remains the same, only a few practical explanation that has changed. Nuh (Noah), Ibrahim (Abraham), Isma'il (Ishamel), Ya'cub (Jacob), Ishaq (Isaac), Yusuf (Joseph), Dawud (David), Sulaiman (Solomon), `Isa (Jesus), and countless more, God sent a leaflet addressed to specific people at a specific time and is valid as well. In the course of possible irregularities that make the followers worship idols, believe in the occultism and superstition, and efforts to forgery. The presence of the Prophet Muhammad, the minutes of which are not blocked in the national boundaries and time, a confidence that will not be removed for the benefit of mankind throughout the ages.

Muslims regard Jews and Christians as "People of the Book". These three religions have a common origin and, hypothetically family worship the same god, as was done by Prophet Ibrahim and his two sons, Ishmael and Isaac. Talking about religion, of course, we are faced with a common terminology that although the wording appears similar, may have different implications. For instance, the Koran describes in detail that everything in the universe was created for one purpose to be worshiped, but in Jewish mythology all nature was created to support children and grandchildren of Israel alone.1

Moreover, the prophets ban! Israel is considered to be involved in creating the impression of false gods (Aaron) and even the scandal of adultery (David), while Muslims assert that all the prophets had the nature of piety. Meanwhile, the concept of the trinity in Christianity-with the notion of Jesus as seen in the picture of the church's doctrine is diametrically opposed to the oneness of God in Islam. We will show the prophetic nature of the teachings of Islam which would be a major policy differences between the two religions are Islam and who suffer pollution from the concept of monotheism and we will explain that God %%% determine ideal for the entire teachings of the universe in the form of the final revelation.

1. Some of the Creator and His properties

It is clear that we did not create ourselves and there is no any creature that is able to create itself from nothing, without intermediaries exist. Therefore, God. explains in the book of the Koran,

"Were they created of nothing, or they are creating (themselves)?" 2


All creatures come from the Creator,


"(Which has the properties of a) Such is Allah, your Lord; there is no god (worthy of worship) but Him, the Creator of all things, therefore serve Him; and He is responsible for everything." 3

"We have indeed created man in the best stature." 4


God as Creator is Mahaunik and nothing like Him. He was born and no one and only God,


"Say, 'He is Allah, the Almighty God is the God who depend on Him all things. He begets not, nor was He begotten, and there is none like unto Him.'" 5

He is the Merciful, the Compassionate, the Merciful. He replied to all the pros and turns to really regretted it. He may forgive whom He pleases and will not forgive associating partners with Him in each clan would have died in an unforgivable sin.


"Say, 'O my Servants who have transgressed against their souls! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah. Verily, Allah forgives all sins-2. He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.'" 6


"Verily Allah will not forgive the sin of shirk, and He forgives all sins apart from (shirk), for whom He wills. Whoever is to Allah, then indeed he has a great sin." 7


i. Purpose of the Creation of Man

God creates human beings solely in order to devote themselves to Him,

"I created the jinn and mankind except to worship Me." 8

With feed, drinking water, shelter, reproduction descent, and many others related to human life, according to Islam, could be transformed as the charity 'worship if with the intention to give service to Allah.

ii. The trail brochure Prophets

In the human soul, God breathed properties instinct that led him to slavery as far as there is no interference luar.9 To address the possibility of external influence, God. sent the apostles from time to time in order to avoid idolatry or superstition and guide people to true worship.

".... And We never punish until We have sent a messenger." 10

God as the Creator and His messengers clean from all forms of malicious behavior and provide declarations. They are a model pilot and ordered everyone to follow his leadership in thrall to Allah .. The essence of his message knows no limits of time throughout history.

"And We did not send any Messenger before you but We revealed to him, 'There is no god (the right) but I, so worship Me.'" 11

All the prophets are pamphlet,

"So keep your duty to Allah and obey me." 12

Short phrases "no god but Allah" is the key word that brings together all the prophets from Adam to Muhammad. The book mentions an AIQui this theme repeatedly called attention especially Jews and Christians.

2. The Last Prophet

In more arid regions, the Mecca, the Prophet Ibrahim dreamed that one of the nation's Nomad will stay in the barren valley that will delight the Creator:


"Our Lord, send them a messenger from among them who shall recite unto them Thy revelations, and shall instruct them in the Book (the Qur'an) and Al-Hikmah (Sunnah) and purify them. Thou art the Mighty, Wise. "13

And a predetermined time, in this barren place, God answered the prayers which the Prophet Ibrahim birth last prophet for all humanity.

"Muhammad is not the father of any man among you, but he is the Messenger of Allah and the Seal of the Prophets. And Allah is Knower of all things." 14


"And We have not sent you but to mankind as a bringer of glad tidings and a warner, but most men know not." 15



"And We have not sent you except for (a) mercy for all creatures." 16

As God wills, came an illiterate shepherd was given the task of receiving, teaching and spreading the vision until the end of history: a heavier burden than what has been given to the apostles before.

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