Alcohol is Prohibited in Islam and Christianity
Channel: Zakir Naik
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Allah says in the Quran in surah Daria chapter number 51 was number 56 amahle oxygen novel in sha Allah, Allah Abdul, that we have created the jinn and the men not but to worship me. The main reason for our creation is to worship Allah subhanaw taala
the word Ababa come from the word
that means, we have to serve,
we have to be obedient to Allah subhanaw taala. So if we obey the commandments of Allah subhanho wa Taala we are obeying Allah subhanho wa Taala we are submitting our will to Allah subhanaw taala for example, the goddess Quran says and sort of Maya chapter number five was number 90 Yeah, I was in Aminu. Oh you believe in the Malcolm rule my most certainly intoxicants and gambling, well, unresolvable Islam, dedication of stones, divination of arrows reach to minimally shaytan these are centers enable, first enable them to abstain from the tangible data may prosper. So if you abstain from having toxic guns, you are doing a bother, you are worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. You are
obeying His commandments, you are submitting a will to Allah subhanaw taala.
And the same message is given
in the Bible, if you read the book of Proverbs, chapter number 20 was number one, it says wine is a mocker strong drink is raging and who was deceived is not wise.
A similar message is repeated in the book of Ephesians. Chapter number five was from 18. It says Be not drunk with wine. So alcohol is even prohibited in the Bible in no less than two different places. So if you abstain from having alcohol, you're submitting a will to Allah subhanho wa Taala