New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (5 April 2014)

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Explanations of verses from Surah Al-Imran by Mr. Adnan Oktar  

Surah Al-Imran; Verses 40-41

He said, ´My Lord, how can I possibly have a son when I have reached old age and my wife is barren?´ He said, ´It will be so. God does whatever He wills.´ He said, ´My Lord, appoint a Sign for me.´ He said, ´Your Sign is that you will not speak to people for three days, except by gesture. Remember your Lord much and glorify Him in the evening and after dawn.´

He (Zachariah) said : “My Lord, appoint a Sign for me.”  “A Sign” for what? “ He said; “My Lord, how can I possibly have a son when I have reached old age and my wife is barren?” He said; “It will be so. God does whatever He wills.” But look at what he says; “My Lord appoint a Sign for me.” That means Muslims should adopt waiting for a Sign as an Islamic attitude. For instance while thinking; “Should I go on such a trip?” “Should I do this?” “Should I do that?” he should consider “if these are compliant with the Qur’an.” Meaning he should consider if these acts are compliant with Islam, with the approval of God. But while doing so he will expect to see a Sign from God.  He said; “Your Sign is that you will not speak to people for three days, except by gesture. Remember your Lord much and glorify Him in the evening and after dawn.” So that means sometimes people should stop speaking. I mean sometimes simply by talking, people can get themselves in trouble. But God says; “Remember your Lord much and glorify Him.”


2014-05-06 23:16:02

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