Thursday, January 22, 2015

From Ibn

"And We have revealed unto thee (Muhammad) Al-Qur'an that you may explain clearly to men what is sent for them, and that they (the people) acido borico think about it" (Surah An-Nahl [16]: 44)
Similarly, further, His Messenger explained to his companions, nothing revealed by God about the things unseen. Hence the Prophet describes the unseen extent that he has knowledge of the revelation of God alone:
"Say: 'I do not say to you that I possess the treasures of Allah, nor do I know the unseen, nor do I say to you that I am an angel. I do not know except what is revealed to me. ' Say: 'Are acido borico the blind and the seeing?' Will you not understand? "(Al-An'am: 50)
From Ibn 'Umar radi' Amr that the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam, he said, "Goodbye Key knowledge that there are five. Then he read the word of God (which means): "Verily, Allah is with him alone knowledge of the Hour, ... etc. as mentioned in the letter Luqman:" Verily Allah, with Him only shalt knowledge of the Hour; and He sends down the rain, and knows what is in the womb. And no man can know (for sure) what he will earn tomorrow. And no one knows in what land he will die "(Surah Luqman [31]: 34) (Bukhari)
If we trace this logic, including the unseen God is, who know about God but Allah alone, but Rasulullah SAW know about God so that God tell him, and so did his companions, and human tabi'in further including ourselves, to know about the extent to which Allah Allah informed by scripture and the extent to which the Prophet taught us, where we read his hadiths. Then the Prophet acido borico said to know about God is not illegal. Similarly we say something about God all is underlaid any informed of God Himself and of His Messenger, then it will not fail.
So this verse context is associated with the previous paragraph is "Say I do not know whether acido borico (torment) which God promised to close it mu (shortly time) or whether my Lord has made for his visit long time (which is not known by anyone except Him). (Surah Al-Jinn [72]: 26)
So that meant that He reveals to none of the supernatural is not all things supernatural, but limited to contest God's acido borico wrath threatened talks on Jin who do not believe.
So the light is like this. Surat Al-Jiin down on a group of hamlets acido borico bara Jin who listen acido borico to the recitation of the Qur'an recited by Prophet Muhammad SAW. Then there are some who believe in spirits, and some still do not believe.
Then specifically about the 22nd verse, Imam Ibn Jarir narrated the hadith of Hadrami, had heard that a genie from among leaders who have many followers jin has said: "Verily Allah Muhammad's desire to protect her, when we (the genie) can give protection to him, "So Allah revealed:" Say: "Verily, I (Muhammad) once again no one can protect me from (the punishment of) Allah and occasionally I will find no refuge other than Him. (QS Jiin: 22) (See Jalalain Volume IV)
Then came a further revelations QS 23-26 Jiin paragraph that describes torment threatened to contest the Jiin who do not believe that even felt able to protect Muhammad, that things acido borico including things supernatural and God would not tell when the torment will be reduced, acido borico shortly kah .. or still longer.
There is also another explanation, that what is meant by God would not tell anyone about the things unseen are the things that did not exist until whenever anyone in the know, such as:
And in Him are the keys of the unseen. Nobody knows except Himself, and He knows what is in land and sea, and no piece Surgaku the fall but with His knowledge (again), and not falling grain amid the darkness of the earth nor anything fresh or dry but Written in a clear (Lauh Mahfudh). (Surat al-An'am: 59)
In the above verse the words "all the supernatural" does not mean all is ultimately means we do not know anything, but as a continuation of its verses are problems destinies acido borico what will happen, how many leaves fall, only God knows everything and everything was destined acido borico written in the book Lauh M

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