IT WOULD BE WRONG TO WORRY ABOUT THE PEOPLE OF HELL
Allah is al-Ghafoor and ar-Rahim. We trust Almighty Allah completely. Almighty Allah says, “Why should Allah punish you if you are thankful” Allah makes people live in the hereafter with a special knowledge that we are not aware of. But it would be very wrong to worry about the people of Hell. Look, let me give you a secret: Allah is al-Ghafoor and ar-Rahim. Allah is the One Who teaches mercy to us. We did not know mercy and He taught us. Allah doesn't do something that is cruel or grim. He is very merciful. He is very compassionate but He gives tyrants what they deserve. Believers see that and they are relieved. Believers see that tyrants are punished and they are relieved.
WHAT THE SOUL OF A TYRANT IS LIKE AND HOW A TYRANT FEELS PAIN; THAT IS BETWEEN HIM AND ALLAH. You are not concerned with that part. But Allah creates the tyrant; you will know that. Tyrants are necessary for trial.
MR. ADNAN OKTAR’S EXPLANATIONS FROM SURAT AN-NAJM
Surat an-Najm, verses 36-37
Or has he not been informed what is in the texts of Moses and of Abraham, who paid his dues in full.
“Or has he not been informed what is in the texts of Moses” In the texts of the Prophet Moses (as) Hazrat Mahdi (as) is mentioned in detail as Moshiach. “...and of Abraham, who paid his dues in full.” because in old texts there is a mention of Hazrat Mahdi (as) and the emergence of Moshiach.
Surat an-Najm, 58th verse
No one besides Allah can unveil it.
Who? Hazrat Mahdi (as). Who will unveil the Prophet Jesus (pbuh)? Allah. Who will unveil Hz. Mahdi (as)? Allah. Allah is the One Who will bring about the Islamic Union. Allah will bring about the Day of Judgment. How meaningful.
Surat an-Najm, verses 59-60
Are you then amazed at this discourse and laugh and do not cry.
“Are you then amazed at this discourse” We are talking about Hz. Mahdi (as), and the man is surprised. We are talking about the Prophet Jesus (pbuh). And he says, “O, how come?” He is surprised. “...and laugh” When we say the Mahdi (as) they laugh. We say the Prophet Jesus (pbuh) will appear, and he laughs. We talk about the Islamic Union and he laughs. “...and do not cry.” Allah says, “You are in a miserable state.” Almighty Allah says “You should cry and not laugh.”
Surat an-Najm, 61th verse
Treating life as a game?
Bigots, for example, they heedlessly oppose; they say the Mahdi (as) will not come and the Prophet Jesus (pbuh) will not come but in an ignorant way, not based on any real information. They heedlessly reject the Day of Judgment.2013-10-16 14:28:33