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Author Topic: Sovereignity Of Allah  (Read 508 times)

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« on: Feb 16, 2012 09:22 AM »

Our ancestors reached immortality in the spiritual realm by conforming their entire beings according to the will of Allah  and offering their lives for the cause that they believed in. The purpose of their existence was to not only believe in, but to declare the sovereignty of Allah and to free humanity from the shackles of human servitude and bring them to the complete spiritual freedom. They will receive what is promised to them by their Lord but the true cause of concern is us.

Are We Continuing This Legacy Of Greatness?
Are Our Lives Conformed To The Will Of Allah Swt?

Are Our Intentions, Desires, Actions, And Behavior Worthy Enough To Make Us Stand Next To The Great Legends Of Islam?

Greatness is not given, it is earned. The more we are in servitude to the greatest of all, Allah, the more we will receive this greatness in our hearts and souls and in the eyes of others. Careful study of Islamic history shows that any time Muslims were busy with declaring the oneness of Allah, the nation was elevated and protected. And any time this struggle was dropped, we were besieged with calamities, defeat, and humiliation.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 11, 2012 07:14 AM »

Nice title and nice discussion.
In Islam Sovereignty of Allah means there is only one who can judge at last.
Whom we will face must.We can't deny him.He has sovereign power
but he only just giving us chance to improve ourselves.

La Ilaha Ilallah
There is none to be obeyed without Allah

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