#Surah An’aam (#Verse102-103) With Explanation – Islam Peace Of Heart
#Surah An’aam (#Verse102-103) With Explanation – Islam Peace Of Heart
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Surah An’aam 


To Him is due the primal origin of the heavens and therefore the earth: how can He have a son when He has no consort? He created all things, and He has full knowledge of all things. 102. that’s Allah, your Lord! there’s no god but He, the Creator of all things: then worship Him: and He has power to eliminate all affairs. 103. No vision can grasp Him, but His grasp is over all vision: he’s specifically comprehension, yet is aware of all things.


These verses Of Surah An’aam speak of absolutely the Unity and Authority of Allah over the whole universe, being the sole Creator and Protector of everything. Therefore, He alone is to be worshipped.
Allah creates on His own, without the assistance and co-ordination from any external agency and of no pre-existing similitude; thus showing that not only the creation, but the plan and means of creation are all on account of His Will. The Quran says:

“To Him is due the primal origin of the heavens and also the earth “(2:117)

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Lest anyone should think that the heavens and therefore the earth are eternal and primeval, we are told that they themselves are creations of Allah’s will and style.

Since everything is that the creation of Allah, the question of His having a son doesn’t arise. Even the nonbelievers of Arabia didn’t have the concept of Allah having a wife, though they believed that Allah had sons and daughters. Therefore, an issue is put to them on how Allah could have children when He doesn’t have a wife. Moreover, it’s a derogation from the glory of Allah to mention that He begets children; it’d mean an attribution to Him of a personality’s nature.

It’s further said that human vision doesn’t comprehend Him; but He comprehends everything of the universe and zilch remains hidden from Him.

One amongst the objections raised by the unbelievers was that if Allah existed, why couldn’t they see Him. Vision relates only to matter and Allah isn’t a fabric being therefore, the question of His being subject to vision doesn’t arise. he’s unique:

“there is nothing whatever like unto Him…. ” (42:11) and “And there’s none like unto Him. ” (112: 4)

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Allah’s nature is so subtle and fine, far beyond our limited conception so on be invisible to the physical eye and to be imperceptible to the senses and then pure on be above the mental or spiritual vision of citizenry. he’s unfathomable and inaccessible to human perception, imagination or comprehension. His presence can only be felt and realise through the manifestation of His attributes, working all told the objects throughout the universe, the foremost important of which is that of His creation and His total control over it.

The very fact that he’s undefinable makes it clear that His attributes mentioned within the Quran may be seen through the effect of His activity on and within the universe created by Him.

As regards the Hereafter, the Holy Prophet PBUH said that the righteous servants of Allah, whom He will favour with high ranks, will see him day after day, morning also as evening. (Tirmizi, Ahmad)