The ways Allah describes the Quran – Living the Quran

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Abdul Nasir Jangda

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A great scholar from Islamic history and Fado, somebody who's a specialist in the Arabic language and the explanation of the Quran. He says something very remarkable. He has a NACA throttle asthma he to do Allah shadowfell masama. That in the style of the ancient Arabs, one entity having a multitude of names and attributes and characteristics and qualities. It alludes to it points to the magnificence, the greatness and the majesty of that entity. In our religion, it's a very fascinating observation, the names of Allah subhanaw taala, a very huge and famous area of study and important subject within our religion, all the different names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala are

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there of course, to give us an idea of the greatness of God. The Day of Judgment is another very fascinating study about how Allah speaks about in the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala has given it many different names and attributes and descriptions within the Quran itself from yarmulke Yama, which means that they have resurrection you'll meet the appointed time, the appointed day, Yama, a sub, the day of reckoning, young will dissolve the Day of Recompense. So so many different names and attributes, refers to alludes to the significance and the importance of that day.

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But a very fascinating area of study is all the different names and attributes and traits and characteristics and qualities and descriptions that Allah gives to the Koran in the Quran. And I thought that this would be very, very important and very relevant and significant for us, particularly due to the month of Ramadan being the month of the Koran that we talk about. We learned about the Quran we are we feel closer to the Koran we feel like we're building a connection to the Quran, and a big part of that is getting to know the Quran. And so I wanted to share with everyone a little brief explanation, a little exploration, if you will, into how does Allah described the Koran

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in the Quran itself. So inshallah, please join us for this series. And hopefully by the end of it in sha Allah, we have a much more deeper, more profound and significant appreciation for the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala for the great gift and guidance from Allah which is the Quran