Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan continues his talk on an elaborate explanation of the second part of Surah Al Mulk.
We are made aware through the Surah that if this universe is carefully observed, not even a single minor flaw can be pointed out in it and repeated observations will only second this inference. The nearest of the seven skies has been adorned with stars by Allah referenced as bright lamps wherein they serve the dual purpose of guiding people in their journeys and pelting Satan and his army if they try to overhear something.
The power and sustenance of the Almighty is so evident in this universe that it bears evidence that those who deny the Day of Reward and Punishment will have to face the torment of Hell. Whenever a group of these rebellious people will be flung in hell, its gate-keepers will ask them whether a warner had ever warned them of this punishment. They would admit that a warner did come to them but they rejected him and had replied that the Almighty had revealed nothing and that whoever believes that the Almighty has revealed anything have, in fact, deviated from the right path. They would also confess that they had never tried to listen to and understand what had been said to them, otherwise they would not have met this fate.