Sunday, November 19, 2017

How to Believe with the Quran? (2)

source: tafsir-quran.com
*The breadth and ease of the Shari'ah that the Qur'an brings, in contrast to the Shari'a in the earlier books. The books contain many burdens and shackles that are required to adherents. Allah ta'ala says: "Who enjoineth them to do the good and forbids them from doing what is evil and justifies for them all good and forbids for them all that is evil and removes from them the burdens and chains that are on them. "(Al-A'raaf: 157)

*The Qur'an is the only divine revelation that God alone carries for the guarding of lafaz and its meaning from the possibility of insertion of change. Allah ta'ala says: "It is We Who have sent down the Qur'an, and verily We did take care of it." (Al-Hijr: 9) Allah ta'ala says: "Who does not come to him (Al-Quran) both from the front and from the back, derived from the Wise, Most Praiseworthy Rabb. "(Fushilat: 42)

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

How to Believe with the Quran? (1)

source: zeenatul-islam.com
Believing in the book of Allah ta'ala is one of the greatest of the pillars of faith as has been explained before. Then, since the Quran is a book that erases the previous books and becomes a guidance of worship for jinns and humans after the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu 'alaih wa sallam, the believers with the Quran have several special cases that must be realized in addition to some general affairs which has been described in order to realize the faith with the books of God. Among the special cases are as follows:

*Believing the da'wah announcement and the scope of the Shari'ah that the Quran brought to all jinns and humans. No one but them should believe in the Quran and should not worship Allah ta'ala except with what Allah has ta'ala said in the Qur'an.

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Sunday, November 5, 2017

Referred Understand Nash

source: dpunik.com
Shaykh Dr. Nasir bin Abdul Karim al 'Aql hafizhahullah explains the rules and references in understanding the texts of the Qur'an and al-Hadith in his little book, Mujmal Ushul Ahlis Sunnah wal Jama'ah fil' Aqidah. He declared, the reference in understanding the Qur'an and the Sunnah are the texts that explain it, as well as the understanding of Salafush Salih and the priests who followed their path. And what is certain of it, is not contradicted by the possibilities of the language [Mujmal Ushul Ahlis Sunnah wal Jama'ah fil 'Aqidah, p. 7, Darul Wathan Publisher].

Qur'an and as-Sunnah, both of which are the revelations of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala. So, between them there is absolutely no contradiction in it. Therefore, the way of understanding the Qur'an and the Sunnah is with the nash-nash al-Kitab and as-Sunnah itself. Because most know the purpose of a word, only the owner of the word.

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Methods Are Important In Understanding The Qur'an And Hadith

By Muslim Atsary

source: youtube.com
Muslims have a very large capital to unite, because they worship one ilaah (God), follow one prophet, based on one holy book, oriented to the one qibla. In addition, there is a guarantee from Allah and His Messenger, that they will not go astray as long as they follow the direction of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, adhering to the Qur'an and al-Hadith. Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala said,

So if the instruction comes from Me, then whoever follows My instructions will not go astray and he will not harm. And whoever turns away from My warning, indeed for him is a narrow life, and We will assemble it on the Day of Judgment in a state of blindness. (Q.S Thaha: 123, 124).

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