He Left Islam
But Wants Proof of God
- Think about the stars, the sun, the moon and the countless solar systems and galaxies in the universe.
Who or What created them in the first place? They continue to function and move with the utmost precision and accuracy.
Who does this? Who keeps them gliding along on their courses and orbits preordained for them?
The Quran on the Origin of the Universe
- Look closer to the heaven surrounding the earth. We call it the 'sky'. Notice the clouds? What are they?
The Quran on Clouds
- Let us now bring our gaze a bit closer to earth. Consider the mountains and their majesty. Is there anything about these massive formations that may give us a clue as to the origin of creation?
The Quran on Mountains
- What about the water covering the earth? Is there another clue hiding beneath the seas?
The Quran on Deep Seas and Internal Waves
- Water covers so much of the earth and even mixes with the land in rivers and streams. Yet is there something keeping it from mixing with itself? What is contained in this mystery of separation of waters?
The Quran on Seas and Rivers
- What about us? Are we are part of creation? How did we begin? What develops us and causes us to live and die? How are we sustained?
The Quran on Human Embryonic Development
- Think about the humans. How did we all get here? What is the nature of mankind? What causes us to act as we do? Are we ungrateful to the One who created us and sustains us? What is this clue? Think about yourself. Did you create yourself?
The Quran on the Cerebrum (forehead area of the brain in humans)
In this life, we benefit in body, mind and soul through obeying His Commandments, doing as we are instructed and working together to accomplish these goals. The body through the exercises and motions necessary for salat. The brain benefits from the increased flow of blood to the cranial lobe, the various parts of the body benefit from standing, bowing, bending, prostrating and getting up and down at least 17 times a day.The mind benefits from the relaxation while praying or listening to Quran or learning and sharing ideas and teachings with others.The soul benefits the most - as it draws closer and closer to the creator in this one, simple yet effective form of worship.
Rewards of the salat are many, but not the least of which is to enter into the Paradise immediately.
Also, becoming closer to Allah in this life, so you begin to see prayers and desires being answered, and in ways you never thought possible.But above all, the salat is not really prayer (English is very limited when it comes to describing worship, religion and concepts of faith from Arabic).The word salat, can actually be better described as a form of "connection" with God. The word comes from the same root as the word sila and that means "connect".A person is literally connecting up his or her communication system with the Creator of the entire universe. And this provides a method for the human being to see himself or herself in the positions of standing at attention, bowing to the King, prostrating to His authority, sitting silently while deeply asking from the heart for solutions to the problems surrounding us all.Why go through all of this? Why suffer? Why do bad things happen to good people, while evil people get away without any punishment?
Because God Almighty (Allah) Knows - and we don't. This sounds too simple, but read this PDF file to better understand...
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