How Does The Quran Describe The Manner And Circumstances Place, Time Of The Revelation?

How Does The Quran Describe The Manner And Circumstances Place, Time Of The Revelation?.

  1. How Does The Quran Describe The Manner And Circumstances Place, Time Of The Revelation?

The revelation is sent to the prophets through the mighty powers and strength of God. God communicated the revelation to His angels, and then the angel passed it over to the prophet who was required not to distort anything. It is through the command of God that the prophets reveal the message of God. Good gives his revelations to those who want to hear. The revelation takes place mostly in the month of Ramadan. Those at home should observe the Ramadan while those on a journey or ill should compensate in the coming days. The revelation comes in gradual form to help strengthen the hearts of the believers. It does not come at once, but it comes in intervals.

  1. Nature and Character of the Revelation

The revelation was a communication between two people, God and the Prophet. The prophet communicated God’s message without distorting anything. The prophet passed the revelation as uttered by God. God says to the prophet, “Say (Prophet) It is not for me to change it of my own accord” (Quran 10: 15). The prophets had great respect for God and warned against mixing their opinion with the message of God. The nature of revelation was in the form of a direct message from God to an angel or Directly from God to the prophet. An angel would act as an intermediary between God and the Prophet. Through a direct revelation, God would speak behind a veil or a barrier since he was superior to a mortal human being.

  • The Quran was revealed to humans to act as guidance for human beings with a clear message that would help them distinguish and understand the right from the wrong. From revelation, humankind should glorify God for his guidance and be thankful to him for the guidance provided.
  1. God communicates with humans through the prophet or an angel. In most cases, God gave his message to the prophets to communicate it to humans. Moreover, God would also communicate through dreams and visions. He could also communicate directly to humans behind a barrier. The angels also acted as an intermediary between God and humans.
  2. Muhammad was the last messenger God had sent to Humans. The role of Muhammad as a prophet was to communicate God’s message and warn them according to what God wants. Muhammad as a prophet used to warn people against going into contrary to what God want.
  3. The Quran was different from other messages because God himself gave those who communicated the message the scripture and the wisdom. God commanded that humans should believe in the massagers and support them. “This is truly a glorious Quran” (Quran 85:21).
  • Muhammad and other previous messengers were not different from other human beings. They were mortal just like any other human being, but they were chosen to pass God’s message. God commands them not to try to control people but to pass the revelation to them.
  • The first part of the “Star” is meant to pass an assurance that the prophet is not communicating his personal message but is communicating the Qurans revelation taught to him by the angel through mighty strength and power. It is meant to dispel any doubt about the authenticity of the Quran and the prophet.

Question 2

  1. God is the creator and controller of everything on the earth. He is the giver of life, and he can take life away from human beings, restore life, and deny it when he wants. He gives rain, peace security, and mercy. He sees the open and the hidden. He sees everything that goes around the earth. No one can comprehend his knowledge other than through his will. God demand human beings to respect thank and praise him since there is no other god other than him in the whole world.
  2. God’s will is superior and is only under the control of God Himself. Through his will, he can provide limitlessly to whoever he wants. Through his will, he can give life. He gives control to whomever he will and takes away control from whoever will. His will is unquestionable since it is legitimate and superior. He blesses those he will, promote those he will and everything is according to his will (Quran: 3: 26-27). God guides whomever he wants to his last light.
  • The Quran reject the notion that God has offspring because of the belief that there is no one else as powerful as God. He is God and God other than Him (Quran 59: 22-24). Everyone is a God’s servant since there is only one God and no one else besides Him. Everyone will go before Him as a servant. God holds the overall power, and nobody else has similar powers. It does not befit the Lord of mercy to have offerings.
  1. The meaning of “we are closer to him than his jugular” is that, from wherever God is, He can understand humankind and see things that he is doing in the light and the darkness. God does not have to move closer to understand the man or know what his soul is saying. Man can, therefore, get in touch with God whenever he wants since God is in his grasp.

Question 3

  1. The purpose of human beings is only to worship God. They should praise God; listen to his message and keep away from the evil things. They should praise him for his forgiving nature, mercy and his creation deeds.
  2. Creation is not a matter vanity since God had purpose and reason with everything He created. From the birds of the air, the mountains to the human beings, God had a reason for them. The man was made to worship God.
  3. The natural disposition of human beings towards God is to remain faithful in God and to stand firm and true to the devotion of God’s religion.
  4. Yes, the Quran acknowledges negative proclivities in human beings. They are fretful when a misfortune touches them and becomes tight-fisted when good fortunes are at their disposal.
  5. No, humans do not always rely on God’s guidance. He strays away from God’s guidance severally, and only troubles make humans turn to good. He prays only when evil strikes him or when faced with challenges. Whenever God is gracious to man, he goes away from and returns with prolonged prayers when evil touches (Quran 41: 51).
  6. On the Day of Judgment, mountains and the earth will be crushed with a single blow. The sky will be torn apart, and the Angels will be on all the sides of the earth. Eight angels will bear the throne of the Lord above them. Faces of the disbelievers will be filled with dismay while those of the righteous will be filled joy and excitement. Each person will be given an attendant angel and a witness. The veil will be removed, and each person will see God in a sharp sight. The obstinate disbelievers will be hurled into hell for their evils deeds, and the Paradise will be brought closer to the righteous ones.
  7. On the day of resurrection, the record of their Deeds will determine the fate of man. Every heart will be repaid fully for what it has done. Those who rejected the truth will be taken to hell where they will be punished with a blazing fire while those who accepted the truth will be led to a garden where they live in peace wherever they want (Quran 39: 67-75).

Question 4

  1. Humankind was created out of dried clay formed from dark mud, like pottery. When He finished, He breathed His spirit into him. On the other hand, Jinn was created out of the smokeless fire of scorching winds.
  2. Iblis was an angel created in a different form from the other angels and used to mingle with the angles but refused to bow before humankind as ordered by God when He was created humankind.
  • The jinn reacted by accepting the Scripture that comes after Moses and invited their community to join the true guidance of God.
  1. People who follow the guidance of jinn will end being fuel for the hellfire. Also, they are punished for their sins.
  2. Yes, Jinn knows the future of certain things but not the Day of Judgment.
  3. Satan deceives people that he will protect them against God’s punishment but when God’s wrath strikes he leaves those he deceives to be punished. Satan makes influences people see their foul deeds alluring to them. Those who deceived by Satan will see fire, and they will understand that they will burn in hell.
  • Sura 114 describes Satan as one who makes slinking whispers to God’s people to mislead them.
  • According to the Quran, after Moses had killed a non-Israelite, he was consumed by guilt and asked God for forgiveness. He was forgiven y God, and he fled to Madian where he found refuge in one of the households where he served a man to marry his daughter in return (Quran 28:14- 27).
  1. Satan’s promises are false, and they meant to deceive people from following the truthful path of God. They are empty promises, which are meant to stray people from the truth. Satan is there to mislead Gods servant and incite them against God and temper with God’s creation .offer them false hopes. His promises are nothing but delusions.
  2. Satan succeeded in tempting Adam to eat a fruit from a forbidden tree that God had warned him against. Satan deceived Adam that he could be shown a tree of immortality and power that does not waste away. Adam and Hawwa realized that they were naked and tried to hide away from God. They repented, and God relented towards him and guided him.
  3. He refused to bow because the man was a mortal and was created from dried clay made from dark mud. God reacted by chasing away and making him an outcast until the Day of Judgment. Iblis was given a respite until the day of the appointed time.

Question 5

  1. The Quran describes persons of moral rectitude as those who obey and keenly observe the revelation of the Quran, fear, and worship God with genuine hearts and souls. Those who shun scenarios and activities that may sway them away from the path of God are moral. The moral upright is those who correct the wrongdoers using the Quran. The moral rectitudes are those who judge with just and do not favor any side. It takes devotion to religion and righteous to follow God’s path. Respect for God and the religion are pertinent in morally upright people.
  2. The dimensions of a believer’s life that these verses seek to address are true worship of the true God. Ensuring a sense of accountability is everyone’s responsibility. Showing humility and love for others is being truthful to God and religion. Having the ability to control personal desires and ephemeral earthly pleasures is a responsibility for everyone in fulfilling Gods will. Everyone is supposed to have positive moral virtues.

Question 6

The Quran guides the believers when they are making a selection of a marrying partner. The Quran warns against marrying an idolatress until they believe. The Quran also stresses that making a proposal should not be made a secret since God knows that you intend to marry a certain person. Quran also warns against the oppression of the orphan girls. It also advocates of Bridal reward to women after marriage. The Quran advocates for respect of women who respects and are submissive to their husbands. Obedient women should live up to their marital roles. Adultery men and women should be punished.

Those who want divorce should only do it for genuine reasons since God knows everything. The divorced woman should wait for three months before being remarried. There is no problem with divorcing a woman for whom bride-gift is not paid. If you divorce a woman after you had consummated the marriage, you should pay half of what you had fixed unless they raised a waiver.




Works Cited

Haleem, Abdel. The Qur’an: English Translation with Parallel Arabic Text. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 8 Apr. 2010. Print.

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How Does The Quran Describe The Manner And Circumstances Place, Time Of The Revelation?

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