May 28, 2008 at 8:22 pm Leave a comment

 

Raining Clay

And We made the highest part [of the city] its lowest and rained upon them stones of hard clay. [Al Hijr:74]
If you have seen pottery you know what hard clay is like now imagine that this hard clay is falling on you from the sky. The punishment was so severe that the city was turned upside down. The chaos must have been extreme. I keep trying to imagine the pain of having one stone of hard clay fall upon you let alone a rain of them. Today we are doing the same things that the nation of Lot (as) was doing so how can we expect to be safe from the punishment?

 

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Al Hijr V.51-99

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