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Consider Ayat 57 Of Surat Zariyat.
« on: June 11, 2019, 01:32:07 AM »
   :salam:

 Ayat 57 of Surat Zariyat of the Holy Qur'an (51:57) reads as follows:--

       "NO SUSTENANCE DO I REQUIRE OF THEM, NOR DO I REQUIRE THAT
        THEY SHOULD FEED ME."

 This establishes the fact that Almighty Allah is free of needs and by definition beyond the concerns of whether man worships or serves Him or not. Man, however, for his/her own sake, needs to establish a relationship to Allah. This relationship is that of ABDIYYAH (servitude)... says Allah Ta'ala in the Holy Qur'an:--

      "I HAVE ONLY CREATED JINNS AND MEN, THAT THEY MAY SERVE ME." (51:56)

 Hidden, but discernible in this unique relationship of abject servitude, only to Allah Ta'ala, is the secret of man from all other bondage. This servant of Allah, His sincere bondsman, is free of all earthly gods and goddesses.. be they of power, wealth, race, colour or beauty. We must serve Allah Ta'ala and turn to Him in all our endeavors.
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