The Quran: wonder of all time


Torch light
#1
(God has revealed the best story:
a book [: the Quran] similar [to the story of the Torah],
repeated
d ;
at which the skins - of those who fear their Lord - tremble with quivering, then their skins and their hearts do soften to the admonition of God.

Such [guidance] is God's guidance with which He guides whom He pleases.

But whomsoever God misguides, there will be none to guide him.
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23 d They were mentioned twice: one time in the Torah and the second time in the Quran.
[The word in the aya is similar to the word "Deuteronomy" in which the rules and rites were repeated twice in the Torah.]

The above is the meaning of the Quran 39: 23.

More explanation is in the link:
http://quran-ayat.com/pret/39.htm#a39_23
quran-ayat.com/pret/39.htm#a39_23
 
Torch light
#2
The Quran is a marvelous miracle ..
and now the miraculous interpretation of the Quran has come in the book:
The Interpretation of the Revelation,
written in Arabic by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly, the late interpreter of the Quran and the Bible, who died in the year 1991.

http://quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php
quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php

http://quran-ayat.com/interpretation.pdf
quran-ayat.com/interpretation.pdf

The miracle of the Quran:
= Fluent and eloquent.
= Includes puzzles and mysterious ayat, that have not been solved for about 1400 years, until God inspired the Mahdi to explain these ayat to people.
= The Quran is cure and remedy to believers, and it only increases the illness of disbelievers.
= The Quran confirms the Torah and the Gospel, and it corrects the distortions included in the Bible (the Torah and the Gospel)
= The Quran includes foretelling about the future.
= It describes the Next Life, Paradise (Heavens), Hell and the Judgment in details that are not described in the Bible (the Torah and the Gospel.)
Last edited by Torch light; Jun 2nd, 2019 at 06:50 PM..
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#3  Top Rated Post
Yeah, I wonder how much longer you're going to beat that Iron Age drum of yours?
 
Torch light
#4
Quran 15: 87, which means:
(We have offered to you, [Mohammed], seven repeated a [stories which had been written in the Torah and have been repeated in the Quran], and the great Quran [in addition to that]. b)
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87 a As regards to the seven stories mentioned in the Bible, the Book of Genesis, and are also mentioned in the Quran are: the story of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Lot, Ishmael, Jacob and Joseph: all these came before Moses, and God mentioned their stories to Moses, so his people wrote them in the Torah Collection [and were then included in the Old Testament.]

87 b It means: We have given you also the Quran, which none of the prophets had before, as to its fluency, eloquence, laws, telling about the past, foretelling about the future, and others.

More explanation is in the link:
http://quran-ayat.com/pret/15.htm#a15_87
quran-ayat.com/pret/15.htm#a15_87

See also the rest of the books of the interpreter Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly in the website:
http://quran-ayat.com/
quran-ayat.com/
Last edited by Torch light; Jun 2nd, 2019 at 07:05 PM..
 
Torch light
#5
The explanation of the previous aya 15: 87

87 a Any words repeated in speaking or writing is called تثنية , like the Book of Deuteronomy in the Bible, [which is called Deuteronomy] because some commandments and rites had been mentioned before, then were repeated in this Deuteronomy Book.

>> Therefore, (We have offered to you, [Mohammed], seven [stories which had been written in the Torah and have been] repeated [in the Quran]) means: seven stories of the past prophets which we had mentioned to Moses, and his people had written them in the Torah, then when these stories have been written in the Quran, they have become ‘repeated’ stories: it means: they were written twice: the first time in the Torah for Moses, and the second in the Quran for Mohammed.

This is confirmed by His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 39: 23, which means:
(God has revealed the best story: a book [: the Quran] similar [to the story of the Torah], repeated, at which the skins of those who fear their Lord tremble with quivering, then their skins and their hearts do soften to the admonition of God.)

Therefore:
(God has revealed the best story) means : the best stories of the ancient people in order that your heart Mohammed may be reassured, and your nation may take lesson of the nations before them with their prophets.

The indication of this is His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 12: 3, which means:
(We do relate to you [Mohammed] the best of stories [of the ancient.])

>> (a book [: the Quran] similar [to the story of the Torah.])
It means: the stories that We have revealed in the Quran is similar to the stories of the prophets.

The indication of this is in His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 87: 18-19, which means:
(Surely, [We mentioned all] this in the former [heavenly] scriptures: The scriptures of Abraham and [the scriptures of] Moses [: the Torah.])

And in His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 20: 133, which means:
(Has not come to them the clear explanation of [the story of the past nations] that is in the former Scripture [: the Torah, the Psalms and the Gospel?])

>> (repeated) means: it is mentioned twice: one time in the Torah and the other time it is for Mohammed in the Quran, so they became (repeated.)

>> (at which the skins of those who fear their Lord tremble with quivering)
It means: At such stories, the skins tremble with quivering.

The meaning: When believers hear the stories of the past nations who denied the messengers and how God terminated them with various kinds of punishment, then their skins quiver because of mentioning and hearing such stories, and they fear of their Lord and ward off His punishment by doing righteousness acts and avoiding the sins.

>> (then their skins and their hearts do soften to the admonition of God) because of the good reward and prosperity in Paradise, with which God promises them.

87 b It means: We have given you also the Quran, which none of the prophets had before, as to its fluency, eloquence, laws, telling about the past, foretelling about the future, and others.

As regards to the seven stories mentioned in the Bible, the Book of Genesis, and are also mentioned in the Quran are: the story of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Lot, Ishmael, Jacob and Joseph: all these came before Moses, and God mentioned their stories to Moses, so his people wrote them in the Torah Collection [and were then included in the Old Testament.]

http://quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php
quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php

http://quran-ayat.com/interpretation.pdf
quran-ayat.com/interpretation.pdf
 
darkbeaver
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by Torch light View Post

The explanation of the previous aya 15: 87

87 a Any words repeated in speaking or writing is called تثنية , like the Book of Deuteronomy in the Bible, [which is called Deuteronomy] because some commandments and rites had been mentioned before, then were repeated in this Deuteronomy Book.

>> Therefore, (We have offered to you, [Mohammed], seven [stories which had been written in the Torah and have been] repeated [in the Quran]) means: seven stories of the past prophets which we had mentioned to Moses, and his people had written them in the Torah, then when these stories have been written in the Quran, they have become ‘repeated’ stories: it means: they were written twice: the first time in the Torah for Moses, and the second in the Quran for Mohammed.

This is confirmed by His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 39: 23, which means:
(God has revealed the best story: a book [: the Quran] similar [to the story of the Torah], repeated, at which the skins of those who fear their Lord tremble with quivering, then their skins and their hearts do soften to the admonition of God.)

Therefore:
(God has revealed the best story) means : the best stories of the ancient people in order that your heart Mohammed may be reassured, and your nation may take lesson of the nations before them with their prophets.

The indication of this is His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 12: 3, which means:
(We do relate to you [Mohammed] the best of stories [of the ancient.])

>> (a book [: the Quran] similar [to the story of the Torah.])
It means: the stories that We have revealed in the Quran is similar to the stories of the prophets.

The indication of this is in His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 87: 18-19, which means:
(Surely, [We mentioned all] this in the former [heavenly] scriptures: The scriptures of Abraham and [the scriptures of] Moses [: the Torah.])

And in His saying – be glorified – in the Quran 20: 133, which means:
(Has not come to them the clear explanation of [the story of the past nations] that is in the former Scripture [: the Torah, the Psalms and the Gospel?])

>> (repeated) means: it is mentioned twice: one time in the Torah and the other time it is for Mohammed in the Quran, so they became (repeated.)

>> (at which the skins of those who fear their Lord tremble with quivering)
It means: At such stories, the skins tremble with quivering.

The meaning: When believers hear the stories of the past nations who denied the messengers and how God terminated them with various kinds of punishment, then their skins quiver because of mentioning and hearing such stories, and they fear of their Lord and ward off His punishment by doing righteousness acts and avoiding the sins.

>> (then their skins and their hearts do soften to the admonition of God) because of the good reward and prosperity in Paradise, with which God promises them.

87 b It means: We have given you also the Quran, which none of the prophets had before, as to its fluency, eloquence, laws, telling about the past, foretelling about the future, and others.

As regards to the seven stories mentioned in the Bible, the Book of Genesis, and are also mentioned in the Quran are: the story of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Lot, Ishmael, Jacob and Joseph: all these came before Moses, and God mentioned their stories to Moses, so his people wrote them in the Torah Collection [and were then included in the Old Testament.]

http://quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php
quran-ayat.com/pret/contents.php

http://quran-ayat.com/interpretation.pdf
quran-ayat.com/interpretation.pdf


You cannot know God from the works of man, such is impossible, that does not mean you do try. however as you understand that God ultimately rules you will comply or cease to exist. God save you/
 
Jinentonix
#7
I've farted more wondrous things than that garbage book contains.
 
Torch light
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

You cannot know God from the works of man, such is impossible, that does not mean you do try. however as you understand that God ultimately rules you will comply or cease to exist. God save you/

In a holy tradition: Moses asked God: "Why have You created the creation?"
God - be glorified - said to him:
"I had been a hidden treasure, so I created the creation in order that they know about Me."

Therefore, God - be glorified - sent His envoys: the apostles to instruct and acquaint people to take them out of the darkness of ignorance to the light of monotheism to devote themselves to Him alone without associate.

Quran 4: 165, which means:
(Messengers [: Apostles] that were: bearers of glad news g , and warners h ; so that people should have no argument against God, after [sending] the apostles [to them]; God is All-Mighty i , Most Wise j .)
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165 g Of Paradise to any who believes.

165 h Of punishment for any who disbelieves.

165 i In His kingdom; He takes revenge on those who deny His apostles.

165 j Concerning His affairs and creatures.

www.quran-ayat.com
quran-ayat.com
Last edited by Torch light; Jun 3rd, 2019 at 08:08 AM..
 
Torch light
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

I've farted more wondrous things ..

Jinentonix, the Zionat
Eats the dates but doesn't give to others any of that
On the lavatory pan, he sat ,
Annoying people with his wondrous fart
And didn't stop to fart and fart .
Last edited by Torch light; Jun 3rd, 2019 at 08:09 AM..
 
Cliffy
+1
#10
 
DaSleeper
#11
I like this inward reflection of yours!
 

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