And who believe in that which
is revealed unto thee
(Muhammad) and that which was revealed before thee,
Wallaziina yu’-minuuna bi-maaa ‘unzila ‘ilayka wa maaa ‘unzila min-qablik.
Friday, 1 November 2013
FAITH ON HOLY BOOKS-4
LESSON # 21 FROM HOLY QUR’AN
BAQARAH – 2 (The Cow)
FAITH ON HOLY BOOKS-4
Verse – 4a of 286, Section – 1 (Part - 1)
Fourth praise of temperate is mentioned in this verse. Namely these people believe on all heavenly books and revealed written.
As though two speeches have been explained in this verse:
• To have faith on the teachings and instructions of The Holy Book revealed towards The Messenger (Muhammad) (peace be upon Him) whole heartedly.
• To believe just the Holy Books revealed upon the prophets came prior to the last Messenger (peace be upon them) from GOD.
Now it is also clear that in the Holy Qur’aan, only the Book revealed on the last Prophet and the Books revealed upon the Prophets prior to the last Prophet (peace be upon them) have been explained. Neither there is mentioned any prophet after the last Messenger (peace be upon Him) and nor any holy book after the Holy Qur’aan. It is known that no prophet will come after the last Prophet, Muhammad (peace be upon Him), otherwise it would have been mentioned here.
The Prophets came prior to Muhammad (peace be upon them), are a lot in numbers. Names from some of them have been mentioned in the Holy Qur’aan, remaining are only hinted. To believe in Prophets (peace be upon Them) means that from Hadrat Adam (Compliments upon Him) to the Last Messenger Hadrat Muhammad (peace be upon Him), as much as Prophets came, all those Prophets (compliments upon Them) were sent by GOD. And they taught the people according to their reign. Out of heavenly Books, four Holy Books have been mentioned in the Holy Qur’aan:
1. Journals of Hadrat Abraham (Compliments upon Him)
2. Torah of Hadrat Moses (Compliments upon Him)
3. Zaboor of Hadrat David (Compliments upon Him)
4. Gospel of Hadrat Jesus (Compliments upon Him)
Messenger of ALLAH (peace be upon Him) illustrated the series of prophets by a simile of palace and said, “Each Prophet was fitted as a brick of His reign to build this palace. At last Hadrat Christ (Compliments upon Him) came and was fitted as a brick in the palace of prophet-hood. The people came, looked this ‘Building’ and praised but in addition said also that there is a gap of one Brick. Would that the remaining Brick be fitted on its place. I am that ‘last Brick’, now there is no need and space of any brick for this palace of prophet-hood.”
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