Nov 2, 2010

Posted by in 99 Names of Allah | 1 Comment

Al Majeed (The Most Glorious One)

Read the explantion of the previous name: Malik Al Mulk

By Harun Yahya

The Most Glorious One

The Possessor of the Throne, the All-Glorious. (Surat al-Buruj, 85:15)

Allah’s glory manifests itself in every corner of the universe. All people recognize Allah’s Highness, even those who deny Him or say: “We disbelieve,” are, in actuality, well aware of His power and glory, for they witness His creation all around them. However, due to their arrogance, they do not believe.

The universe’s glorious beauties and flawless systems also befit His glory. Clouds that carry tons of water in the sky, stars that are millions of light years away from us, waterfalls that fall with an enormous noise and intensity, unbounded oceans, mountains with snowy summits extending high into the sky, woods that are inhabited by living beings of countless colors, and noises are only a few of the beauties created by Allah.

An earthquake that razes a region in a few seconds, a volcanic eruption burying a city under a storm of hot lava, a hurricane causing extensive damage to the region it strikes, a devastating flood, a fatal lightning flash, a hurricane raging over cities, a flood ravaging populated areas, or a tornado sweeping away homes also are signs of Allah’s power. These are only a very few signs showing Allah’s power. As the Qur’an states:

He—exalted be the Majesty of our Lord!—has neither wife nor son. (Surat al-Jinn, 72:3)

They said: “Are you astonished at Allah’s command? May Allah’s mercy and His blessings be upon you, People of the House! He is Praiseworthy, All-Glorious.” (Surah Hud, 11:73)

Source: www.harunyahya.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *