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Wednesday, 6 June 2012

The Prophets of Allah

• Since the beginning of the earth, Almighty Allah sent guidance to people through His special and chosen servants. These special and chosen servants are called Prophets, or Ambiya or Nabi.
 
• The Prophets of Almighty Allah are all masoom or sinless. This means that they have always been protected by Almighty Allah in a special way, so they have never committed any sin.
 
• The message that all the Prophets of Almighty Allah used to teach is: “There is no god but Almighty Allah.” They also commanded the people to do good deeds and keep away from evil.
• Almighty Allah sent Prophets to tell us about the future and to teach us the Siraatul Mustaqeem or the Straight Path of Islam.
• We need this guidance from Allah, because we are weak and we have no knowledge about the future.
 
• Almighty Allah has sent His Prophets to every nation on earth, at different times. They were sent to teach us about Almighty Allah and how to worship Him and nobody else.
• Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad, may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him, said that approximately 124,000 Prophets came to this world. The Holy Qur’an mentions the names of 25 most famous Prophets.
 
• Allah has given special powers to the Prophets so they could perform miracles with His permission. These miracles are called mu’jiza.
• As Muslims, we must believe in and respect all the Prophets of Almighty Allah.
• The first Prophet sent to this world was Prophet Adam, peace be upon him.
• Whenever we say or write the name of any Prophet or angel, we should we say ‘peace be upon him’ or ‘alayhis salaam’.
 
• Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad, may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him, is the last Prophet of Almighty Allah. He is Habibullah or the most beloved creation of Almighty Allah.
• After the name of our Beloved Prophet, we must make sure we always say or write ‘may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him’ or ‘sallal lahu alayhi wasallam’.
 
• As Muslims, we are the Ummah or followers of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad, may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him.
• Almighty Allah also calls our Beloved Prophet ‘Rahmatallil Aalameen’. That means our Beloved Prophet is a Mercy for all people, and every single creation in the world.

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