Knowing the True Almighty Creator
 

People imagine their Almighty Creator in different ways according to their personal belief. But how actually the Almighty Creator Allah is, let us learn it from the Quran. There are a lot of idols around us which are created on the hand of people with the worldly materials like soil or stone. But, is Allah any Idol made of Soil or Stone? Or, is the image of Allah can be equivalent to such man made objects? Quran says that:

“… they (disbelievers) have taken besides Him (Allah) other gods (made of soil and stones) who created nothing but are themselves created, and possess neither harm nor benefit for themselves, and possess no power (of causing) death, nor (of giving) life, nor of raising the dead.”

(Quran, Al Furqan 25:3)

“… Why do you (disbelievers) worship that (soil and stone idol) which hears not, sees not and cannot avail you in anything?”

(Quran, Maryam 19:42)

Thus Allah teaches His mankind that, Allah is not any Idol made of soil or stone. Any man made object can’t be His image. Because, how the Almighty Allah is, it is clearly written in Quran thus:

“He begets not, nor was He begotten.”

(Quran, Al Ikhlas 112:3)

“There is nothing like Him”

(Quran, Ash Shura 42:11)

“… there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him.”

(Quran, Al Ikhlas 112:4)

“… No vision can grasp Him …”

(Quran, Al An’am 6:103)

About the nature of Allah Quran says that:

“… Allah, the Ever Living …”

(Quran, Al Hajj 22:40)

“… the Most Holy …”

(Quran, Al Hashr 59:23)

“… He is the Truth …”

(Quran, Al Hajj 22:6)

…” He is the First and the Last …”

(Quran, Al Hadid 57:3)

“… He is the Most Kind, the Most Merciful …”

(Quran, At Tur 52:28)

“… He is Oft-Forgiving, full of Love …”

(Quran, Al Buruj 85:14)

Quran teaches about Allah’s position of honor and glory thus:

“He is Allah … the Guardian …”

(Quran, Al Hashr 59:23)

“… a Guide …”

(Al Furqan 25:31)

“… the Most Great, the Most High”

(Quran, Ar Ra’d 13:9)

“… the King …”

(Quran, TaHa 20:114)

“… He is the Just Judge …”

(Quran, Saba 34:26)

About the Power of Allah it is written in Quran that:

“… the Creator of all things (of this universe) …”

(Quran, Al An’am 6:102)

“… the All-Mighty …”

(Quran, Al Imran 3:6)

“… (O Allah) You endue with honor whom You will, and You humiliate whom You will.”

(Quran, Al Imran 3:26)

“Allah is the All-Provider”

(QuranAz Zariyat 51:58)

“… the Giver of gifts …”

(Quran, Sad 38:35)

“… the Giver of security …”

(Quran, Al Hashr 59:23)

“… He is the … All-Wise …”

(Quran, Al Hadid 57:1)

“… the All-Knower of every thing”

(Quran, Al Hadid 57:3)

“All-Knower of the Unseen and the seen …”

(Ar Ra’d 13:9)

“… He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer”

(Quran, Al Isra 17:1)

“… it is (Allah) Who give life …”

(Quran, Al Hijr 15:23)

“… it is He Who gives life to the dead …”

(Quran, Al Hajj 22:6)

“… surely … Allah will resurrect those who are in the graves”

(Quran, Al Hajj 22:7)

  So, let’s think about some questions:

  • Is Quran teaching to believe on any Idol made of worldly materials?
  • Is Quran telling about such an Almighty Creator who incarnates on earth?
  • Is Quran telling about such an Almighty Creator who has similarities with Human Being?

It is sure that the answer of this question is, NO.


Remember Some Facts

QURAN teaches that, There is nothing like Allah. So, if we compare anything with Allah then it will be a great Sin.

QURAN teaches that, there is nothing like Allah. Neither any image made of worldly materials can express Allah, nor can those objects be Allah. So if we make any image of Allah from any worldly material and worship that, then it would be the greatest Sin.

QURAN teaches that, any born human being can’t be Allah. So, if we worship any Child of Man who is from the womb of any woman, then it will be the greatest Sin too.

– By Preacher Abdullah N. A.