Surat At-Tawba, 91 (Muslims must be active and vigorous)

(Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Interview dated December 9, 2010)

Nothing is held against the weak and sick nor against those whofind nothing to spend, provided they are true to Allah and His Messenger –there is noway open against good-doers, Allah is Ever-Forgiving, MostMerciful (Surat at-Tawba, 91)

On emust be fervently devoted to Islam and the Qur’an. A Muslim must uninterruptedly call people to good deeds, day and night. A Muslim must be strong, not weak. Weakness is the opposite of being a Muslim. He must be strong in body and soul. A Muslim must take good care of himself. He must take precautions not to fall ill. Medical knowledge is essential. He must strive not to fall ill and to be strong. Allah wants us to be rich and to strive hard, and they must do that by devoting themselves to Allah. He says you are not in sin in that situation. But He also says that is how we must be, and must strive to be so.

Allah could inflict all kinds of suffering in this image if He so wished, but He bestows wonderful opportunities. He bestows the means of preaching to the whole world. I knew that Islam would ruletheworld back in ’79. But I did not know that the internet, radio and TV would be so powerful. Allah’s blessings have come about, especially the internet. The internet is Hazrat Mahdi’s (as) sword of knowledge, insha’Allah.

2011-03-21 12:20:18

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