January 12, 2009 at 6:58 pm Leave a comment

Knowledge

The Most Merciful
Taught the Qur’ān,
Created man,
[And] taught him eloquence. [Ar Rahman:1-4]

The first blessing that is mentioned is that Allah (swt) taught us. He has given us the knowledge. This shows the importance of gaining knowledge in Islam is extremely high and is something valued. It also shows that the source of human knowledge links back to Allah (swt). The second thing mentioned is that He created man and taught Him eloquence. We can take from this that we should be grateful for all knowledge we have and to make the best of it. We should use all our abilities to growing the religion of Islam.

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Ar Rahman V.1-78

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