She said: My Lord! How can I have a child when no mortal hath touched me? He said: So (it will be), Allah create what He will. If He decreeth a thing, He saith unto it only: Be! And it is.
Qaalat Rabbi ‘annaa yukuunu lii waladunw-wa lam yamsasnii basher. Qaala kazaali-killaahu yakh-luqu maa yashaaa’. ‘Izaa qazaaa ‘amran- fa-‘innamaa ya-quulu lahuu ‘KUN’- fa-yakuun.
Thursday, 15 May 2014
Incomparable Birth Of Offspring
LESSON # 357 FROM HOLY QUR’AN
Incomparable Birth Of Offspring
Surah ‘Aali ‘Imran (The Family Of ‘Imran, Chapter - 3)
Verse – 47 of 200, Section –5 (Part – 3)
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When God Almighty caused to hear Mary (peace be upon her) the glad tidings about the birth of Jesus (peace be upon him) care of the Angel (peace be upon him), she astonished and thought, “Wonderful; how it can be? No man has touched me so far. How the birth of a child would be possible?” Allah Almighty commanded, “There is no surprise in it. Allah creates what He will. He is not indigent of outward motives. When He determines to do something, He says unto it only; Be! And it is”.
This verse manifests extent of Divine Power of Allah Almighty. He is The Cause of causes, creates the cause for each work Himself. He created the earth, the skies and entire things of the universe. He created one above the one item. How can He be necessitous of causes and sources?
Allah Almighty has framed laws to run the system of universe as; the water quenches the thirst, the hand burns whenever someone puts it in to the fire, the human being is lost when his heart beat stops, children will be born with the copulation of male and female. These entire things appear in accord with ordinary manner. As per idiomatic meaning, these are called ‘Laws of Producing’. That is to say; if any cause happens, then any result of it comes out.
In this regard, observation of the humankind has become so matured that he discovers cause of each result and produces cause to accomplish each result. He becomes thunderstruck upon any happening, if he does not find its natural or external cause.
In this verse, Allah Almighty has adjudged this observation of the human being as false. It has been searched out that existence of the causes has been set up only for the satisfaction of mankind. Every thing is possible in front of extent of the Divine Power. Only making a signal by Allah Almighty is sufficient for completion of any task. Therefore, He commanded, “when I devise any thing, I make a signal of ‘KUN’ (Be) only unto it. As resultant, that task has been completed (And it is). I do not need apparent causes”.
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