Search Hadees
Holy Qu’ran

Holy Qu’ran >> Disbeliever

Total 5 hadees found

“...and despair not of Allah’s Mercy; surely none despairs of Allah’s Mercy except the unbelieving people
Allāh (s.w.t.)
Greater Sins Vol 1, Part 2, page 84; Surah Yusuf 12:87

The fire ignited by the order of Namrood to burn Ibrahim (a.s.) was made bereft of its burning property, by Allah. It is said, that the fire was so intense that birds flying at a height of three miles used to be scorched by the heat and drop dead. So they threw Hazrat Ibrahim (a.s.) into the fire with the help of a catapult from far away. In the Holy Quran Allah says: “We said: O fire! be coolness and peace to Ibrahim.” The fire immediately lost its essential property of burning, and cooled down; and if Allah had not ordered it to be peaceful (safe) for Ibrahim (a.s.) it would have become colder and may have frozen Ibrahim (a.s.) to death. In the same way when Ibrahim (a.s.) proceeded to slaughter his son Ismail (a.s.) the knife was blunted by Allah’s command. Ibrahim (a.s.) threw the knife away and a voice emerged from it. “The Khalil (friend) of Allah commands me to cut and the Lord of the Khalil restrains me from it.”
Allāh (s.w.t.)
Greater Sins Vol 1, Part 2, page 85; Surah Anbiya 21:69

A powerful king like Firon wanted to kill Hazrat Musa (a.s.) while he was still in his mother’s womb, but he did not succeed and Musa (a.s.) was born. Firon continued in his efforts to murder him but all his plans were foiled by Allah. Physical and spiritual causes are of no significance in comparison to the Divine decree. Thus Musa (a.s.) was not only born safely but grew up in Firon’s own palace and in his own lap. “And Firon’s wife said: A refreshment of the eye to me and to you; do not slay him; maybe he will be useful to us, or we may take him for a son; and they did not perceive.”
Allāh (s.w.t.)
Greater Sins Vol 1, Part 2, page 86; Surah Qasas 28:9

Balam Baoor had achieved a high stage of perfection. But in order to please the ruler he started opposing the prophet of his time. Consequently he became involved in a life of sin from which it was not possible to extricate himself. He was doomed to Hell, to the seventh stage of the fire that is the worst of the stages of Hell. He is compared to a dog in the holy Quran, “And if We had pleased, We would certainly have exalted him thereby; but he clung to the earth and followed his low desire, so his parable is as the parable of the dog; if you attack him he lolls out his tongue; this is the parable of the people who reject our communications; therefore relate the narrative that they may reflect.”
Allāh (s.w.t.)
Greater Sins Vol 1, Part 2, page 87; Surah Araf 7:176

Surely none despairs of Allah’s Mercy except the unbelieving people
Allāh (s.w.t.)
Greater Sins Vol 1, Part 2, page 92; Surah Yusuf 12:87