Al-Hakeem: means wisdom of all wise. The attributes has three notions; He exists, He is one in His own self and He is omniscient. It specifies that Al Hakeem is wisdom in its content, rulings, order, arrangement and wisdom in its style. Al Mubarak: it is that which is clear in itself such as; the Quran it is clear in its content, understanding and it is full of blessings. Al Majeed: Vastness in greatness, in glory, in might, in honor and in respect.
Genesis 1:31, “God made us all and everything he made he saw it to be very good” (KJV). Why do I exist? Mankind exist to glorify God, to minister to those who are lost turning them back to the knowledge of the living God. Matthew 28:19, says, “Go ye therefore into all the world and teach them, baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost” (KJV). Dr. Myles Monroe (2013), said, “I would presume all mankind was made to live for a purpose.” Even Christ existed for a purpose, John 6:38, “For I have come down from heaven to do the will of God who sent me” (KJV).
The verse that binds a person to Islam and triggers the rebirth of him as a Muslim is it itself conclusive enough to set the priority of a believer. Allah is the one and only god and that is the first thing a person brings faith upon, and that is the one thing, if overlooked or violated; renders the person a non-Muslim. The act of staining the belief in the oneness of Allah is known as “shirk”. It can be understood through the word polytheism, which refers to worshipping other beings or objects along with Allah. Vastly it implies attributing divine characteristics to any other besides Allah and associating partners in worship with Allah.
1.0 INTRODUCTION The honourable chairman, I and my partner standing as the opposing speaker for the motion of “man-made law are superior to divine law”. Based on our position, we believed that divine law are superior to man made laws. 2.0 CONTENTS 2.1 SUBMISSION 2.1.1 Submission - Speaker 1 As the first speaker for the opposing party, I would like to submit the the divine law is better and superior than man made law as it could be applied broadly to all communities and it is suitable man. To support this claim, I would like to give attention to Chapter 24 Verse 64 of the Holy Quran, which states, “Unquestionably, to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and earth. Already He knows that upon which you stand and knows the Day when they will be returned to Him and He will inform them of what they have done.
Accordingly, he expresses that as a result of his innate thoughts of God, it only makes sense that it be God who "is the reason for this thought". Thus he explicitly states, ' I have no choice but to conclude that the mere fact of my existing is and of there being in me an idea of a
In order to find your true identity you have to open the ultimate Truth, God's Word. His Word tells us that we are children of God, a brand new creation in Him, a masterpiece, restored, and made right through Him. 1 Peter 2:9 says, "But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light." So, who are you? And where do you find your identity?
More so, Swinburne feels that God has no obligation to allow all human beings to live on equal terms. Therefore, the omnipotence of God’s authority is complete, and human beings must live with the circumstances of inequality by being able to choose evil over good. In a religious context, Swinburne has gathered much of “reasoning” from the Bible and other religious texts, which assume the existence of God through the moral tenets of “good” and “evil” as a criterion for God’s omnipotence and the free will that was given to human beings. Swinburne believes that there is a reason for all human choices, which has been defined by the moral authority of God in this interpretation of
God’s Word Bestowed Blessings God has shown mercy to his people over and over again. The Pentateuch, the first five books of the bible, also known as the Torah or the Talmud; has been a historical depiction of God’s clemency and retributions, (Arnold & Beyer, 2015). As early as the Noahic Covenant, God displayed his desire to collaborate with his people for the benefit of the world. The Abrahamic Covenant revealed God’s mighty power by establishing a lineage as vast as the stars above; as well as, land riches far exceeding the Israelite’s enslaved beginnings. The conditionality stemming from The Ten Commandments differentiates the Mosaic Covenant.
According to Daisy Khan’s, The Five Pillars of Islam, “there is no god but God”. “La ilaha illallah. Muhammad Rasulullah.” This means: "There is no god but God, and Mohammed is a messenger of God." Muslims say it everyday in prayer (Khan). Muslims put their full faith in God and rely on him to guide them the right way.
“We lay hold on the heart of God by fearing Him, standing in awe of Him and honoring Him in all things. We fear because He sees all we do, and we think of nothing else than the fact that his eyes rest on us.” By one recognizing the former in humility one will be open to hear God’s Word Moreover, love, too, for Luther, recognizes God in God’s fullness, letting God be God. The act of trust in God presupposes both recognizing God as the Divine Being, in which God is infinitely superior to humanity It is important here to note the dualistic character that Luther attributes to God that informs one’s existence under God. Hence trust in the God of promise necessarily includes recognition of God’s truthfulness and goodness, which Luther in his Liberty of the Christian called a matter of faith. In Luther fear of God and love of God are inseparably related to faith’s trust in