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الجمعة، 17 مارس 2017

- Remembrance saves man

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Remembrance saves man
The man who left his people because he was angry with them, he boarded the sea and then the wind blew very strong, then people on board the ship said that there is an escapee on board, and that they should draw lots to through a man in the sea so that the wind may calm down. The lot went to that man and they threw him in the sea, just then a whale swallowed him, Allah says about him:
"Had he not been of them who glorify Allah. He would have indeed remained inside its belly (of the whale) till the Day of Resurrection." 37-143, 144
What saved him? Remembrance of Allah, he was Prophet Yunos (Jonah), Prophet Mohammed (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said:
"Allah inspired to the whale: I didn't make Yunos a food for you, but I made your belly as a prison to him, so don't break his bones."1
Although the stomach of the whale almost digests everything it swallows, it is even said that it digests iron; Allah stops it from causing him any harm because Prophet Yunos said to Allah:
"La Ilaha Illa Anta (none has the right to be worshiped but You O Allah),"
He didn't say La Ilaha Illa Howa, but he addressed Allah (Glory to Him) at the degree of observation the degree of benevolence, he said:
"La Ilaha Illa Anta, Glorified (and Exalted) are You, Truly, I have been of the wrong-doers. So We answered his call, and relieved him from the distress."
Only him? No, but Allah says:
"And thus We do relieve believers" 21-87, 88
I.e. believers have the same decision, the prophet said:
"There is no deed for man to save him from Allah's punishment better than remembrance of Allah."2
If we mention examples in details, it will take so long to mention what was narrated after the companions and the prophets. That who remembers Allah by his heart, he gives life to his heart by the remembrance of Allah, if the heart is alive by the remembrance of Allah, it won't be stricken by any worry, grief, nervousness, tension or strain.
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1- The book of Tareekh Demashk by Ibn Asaker.
2- Narrated by Ibn Abi-Shayba and At'tabarany by good reference after Mo'az Ibn Jabal.




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