January 25, 2008 at 8:00 am Leave a comment


Student of Al Huda
Allah(swt) lifted the mount Sinai on top of Bani Israel so as to make them accept the covenant. The convenant was that they would abide by the Torah and not stray. If Allah had not raised the mount above them they would not have accepted. Is this not the case with us? Its only when we see the consequences of something that we do our duty. After this we still forget and go back to the old ways like Bani Israel.
Bani Israel were made to slaughter a cow as it was a command of Allah and they began to question Musa (as) as to what type of cow. As I was re-reading the ayahs where they are commanded to slaughter a cow I was becoming impatient at the amount of questions they ask.
From these verses the lesson I learnt is that when Allah orders you to do something then do it without questioning. Allah shows you His signs so that you may understand.


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