Surah Taha, 130-131 (One can not persevere in the absence of faith.)

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar’s live interview dated September 9th, 2011

Surah Taha, 130-131   

“So be steadfast in the face of what they say, “

How will he persevere? With faith. Why do they say anything to him? Because he is faithful. One can not persevere in the absence of faith.

“Glorify your Lord with praise before the rising of the sun and before its setting.”


Glorify Him during part of the night and at both ends of the day, so that hopefully you will be pleased.”

Almighty Allah wants us to constantly remember Him.

Do not direct your eyes longingly to what We have given certain of them to enjoy.”

How can one accomplish not  directing his eyes to the enjoyments of this world? With faith. They are given for trial? To see whether he has faith or not. To see the profundity of his faith. This is the purpose of trial.

 “Your Lord’s provision is better and longer lasting.”

This is a matter of faith. If Almighty Allah says that he will give provisions to him for all eternity, would an unfaithful ever believe in this? He merely says that he believes in what he sees, and tries to get his hands on whatever he can. That is why signs leading to faith are of vital importance. I wrote more than 300 books, most of them about the signs leading to faith. For instance, A9 TV channel is based mainly on the signs leading to faith. There is not a single expression that may lead to slightest doubt. We try to be sincere, honest and good-intentioned as much as we can be.

2011-10-31 10:07:09

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