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Thus, the Promised Messiah as clarified from the above examples that a non-prophet can receive divine revelation and moreover, this divine revelation is worthy of being reliable and true. The Promised Messiah as proved from the incidents of the mother of Moses as and that of Moses as with a man of God that divine revelations received by holy persons reach the level of certainty. As they considered their revelation true and certain, one of them set her son adrift on a river and endangered his life while the other one killed a boy. If they had not considered their divine revelations to be true and reliable, they would never have acted upon them.
This explanation presented by the Promised Messiah as before the world could only be carried out by taking the apparent meanings from these words of the Holy Quran. Had Huzoor as explained the deeper, hidden meanings of these verses of the Holy Quran as explained by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I ra in his darses in-depth sermons of verses of the Holy Quran and Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II ra in Tafsir-e-Kabir Urdu exegesis of the Holy Quran instead of the apparent meanings, then he could not have deduced this explanation and it would not have created any impact on the general public.
In fact, it would have produced an opposite effect and people would have mocked him because only that person can be influenced by his explanation of deeper meanings of the Holy Quran who has true faith in him. The second explanation related to the incident of Moses as with the man of God presented by the Promised Messiah as was that if one does not understand the actions and sayings of those holy men who attain elevated status from the Divine, and it is proven from various divine signs that they receive divine revelations, they should not raise allegations against them because we cannot reach the depth of their reality.
Again, this explanation can only be presented by taking the apparent meaning of the Holy Quran because the person who does not consider the Promised Messiah as from Allah the Almighty or who has accepted him but is still in doubt concerning smaller matters cannot be satisfied with the apparent meanings of the verses of the Holy Quran. Presenting inner meanings of the Holy Quran in front of such a person who is in confusion and uncertain would further distant them from the right path. During the age of the Promised Messiah as , Hazrat Khalifatul Masih I ra , while explaining this matter to a person in a letter, also took the apparent meaning of these verses.
His letter is cited in Izala-e-Auham , a book of the Promised Messiah as , and is as follows:. Do not claim of having absolute understanding of them.
An incident, dating prior to the advent of our leader, our master, and the seal of all the Prophets, mentioned at the end of part fifteen and the beginning of part sixteen of the Holy Quran, holds considerable importance. The incident relates to Prophet Moses as , an undisputed resolute law-bearing prophet according to the Jews, Christians and Muslims. Thereupon, God led him to His dear one, Khizar as. When Prophet Moses as met this arif [the enlightened one], he was not able to grasp the depth of his true wisdom and deep spiritual insight.
Khizar as had already told him:.
Hence, as an etiquette of faith, the conduct required was at least to remain silent in matters of such persons…. But later, when he delivered a dars in the mosque, he elaborated the hidden meanings of these verses because on this occasion, the interpretation was needed. So, the apparent and hidden meanings of the verses cannot be considered contradictory to each other. Activities 4. Ahmadiyya Movement 5. Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad 6. The Holy Quran. The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement presenting Islam as peaceful, tolerant, rational, inspiring.
Contact us. Ahmadiyya Movement. Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Non-English material. The Holy Quran Please tell us a little more about the Holy Quran which you have mentioned and quoted throughout this booklet while explaining the teachings of Islam. The Holy Quran is the scripture of the Muslims. It is the word of God as communicated to the Holy Prophet Muhammad on a number of different occasions from the time God made him a Prophet, when he was 40 years of age, till his death during the years C.
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All these revelations, received at various times over this period of 23 years, were arranged in a set order by the Holy Prophet, and they make up the Holy Quran. How did God communicate His messages and words to the Holy Prophet? God's messages are not conveyed by sound which can be heard by the human ear, but can only be received by the inner, 'spiritual' senses possessed by all human beings. In Prophets of God these senses are extremely sharp and very highly developed, and therefore they can receive clear communications from God.
In the physical world, we find that messages have to be carried by various media, such as the air which carries sound, or radio waves which carry radio and television signals. Similarly the word of God is brought to the Prophet through the spiritual beings called angels.
See the earlier section dealing with Angels. The revelations in the Holy Quran were brought to the Holy Prophet Muhammad by the angel Gabriel in the form of clear words of the Arabic language. According to Muslim belief, God spoke to all the other Prophets, such as Moses and Jesus, in the same manner in their languages. How did the Holy Quran come down to us?
It was by the following stages: During the Holy Prophet's life, whenever a revelation came to him, he would proclaim it to people, then many of his followers would learn it by heart, and it would also be put into writing at the same time. As the Holy Quran was recited aloud in public prayers, and also read frequently at other times, every Muslim was quite familiar with its contents, and many knew it completely by heart.
About six months after the Holy Prophet's death, which took place in C.
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This was done on the instructions of the first ruler of the Muslims, Abu Bakr, and with the help of the scribes and the Companions of the Holy Prophet. In this way, a master copy of the Quran was collected. Some 15 years later, when Muslim rule had spread far and wide, the third ruler of the Muslims after the Holy Prophet, called Uthman, ordered further copies to be transcribed from this master copy.
These copies were sent to the big cities of the then Muslim world to be kept as standard copies. Muslims also kept up the practice of memorizing parts of the Holy Book, many learning the whole of it by heart. In this way, the Holy Quran was passed down the ages, in both written and oral form, remaining intact in its original form.
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Because the Quran was recited aloud everyday in public prayers and gatherings, everyone recognized the same Quran. Do all Muslims have the same Quran, then? Unlike the Sunnah, the Qur'an is literally the Word of Allah swt , whereas the Sunnah was inspired by Allah but the wording and actions are the Prophet's saw. The Qur'an has not been expressed using any human's words.
Its wording is letter for letter fixed by no one but Allah. Prophet Muhammad saw was the final Messenger of Allah to humanity, and therefore the Qur'an is the last Message which Allah swt has sent to us. Its predecessors such as the Torah, Psalms, and Gospels have all been superseded. It is an obligation - and blessing - for all who hear of the Qur'an and Islam to investigate it and evaluate it for themselves. Allah swt has guaranteed that He will protect the Qur'an from human tampering, and today's readers can find exact copies of it all over the world.
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