The Majestic Power of Mountains Revealed by Allah
Channel: Ahmad Saleem
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But what about all these mountains
and then Allah is like what I look like in fee ha see.
And in this earth we have
dropped we have casted on the earth mountains.
I want to spend some time on mountains because this is a concept that we must understand.
Allah subhanaw taala in the Quran
he uses five different words for describing different aspects of mountain. When Allah uses the word Jabin is more Jensen, generic, any type of mountain size, small segment, net texture doesn't matter. Anything that we can apply Sand Mountain stone, mountain rock, mountain lava, it doesn't matter. Any type of thing that we as humans can describe as mountain is called Jabin. But the minute it is Allah subhanaw taala uses the word ROIC. Okay, it means something that is tied.
Something that is a peg, such as the mountain ranges that we see
those mountain ranges, their jobs is what LTE na Allah is like these mountains, we casted them an ill car is a word which means it was something that came from top to the bottom. It didn't organically grow.
So there are types of mountain that organically grew from the earth. But there are other mountains just like whenever you have oil rigs, I'm not sure if you guys are aware of how oil rigs are formed. But whenever there's an oil rig rig, they estimate how deep that rig is going to be and stuff and then they bring two helicopters, certain type of helicopters, and they lift that rig
all the way as high as that helicopter can go.
And they release that rig. And with that pressure, it goes down dissipating the water and goes and gets pegged into the seabed.
If you've ever seen these giant rigs and the mountains, the water is gushing and hitting them and the waves are thrashing. They don't move because they were pegged onto the earth at or they were thrown from the sky. So these mountains are there and they were thrown from the sky ie Allah created them and an event happened in which Allah casted them onto the ground. That is why two thirds of the mountain is under the ground in mountain ranges.