A look at how the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sa) expressed gratitude not only of the favours of God but also when he was saved from troubles.
Tag - God – His Grace
In reality, until a person abandons lies, he cannot become pure. Worthless materialists believe that they cannot survive without lies. However, this is an...
A family prays for a sign during hard times. They witness new prosperity rising from the ashes and see God bringing old enemies to justice.
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) explains the importance of the love of God and His Grace.
©Pixabay Fahd Peerzada, Canada An allegation often made against Islam is that Allah is not just. Verses from the Holy Qur’an such as, ‘then will He...
We continue our newly launched series of ‘untold stories’ from around the world. Blessings of “Allahu Akbar” On the 2nd of December 2010, I answered the...
How is God perceived in Islam?
Religions do not cause dissension and discord. Which one should a person choose to follow?
The night ‘equal to one thousand nights’ .
How Khilafat is a reflection of God’s Rahmaniyyat.
Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih III’s aspiration about Spain.
An article first published in The Muslim Herald, October 1970.
Continuing comparison between the exquisite beauty of the rose and the first seven priceless verses of the first chapter of the Holy Qur'an.
The truth of the Holy Prophet(sa) is established by the remarkable way the message of Islam spread and how the Word Of God has been safeguarded.
The Patriarch Prophet Abraham(as) whose progenies include Judaic prophets and Jesus(as) and the Ishmaelite branch left an indelible imprint on the future of...
Why sharing one's wealth with the have-nots discharges an important obligation man owes to other men.
The Holy Prophet( s a ) is the most of revered of prophets. When we follow him we get closer to Allah.
A study into the true nature of the ‘Arsh, the seat of Allah on the Throne of the Universe.
God’s attributes confer beneficence for mankind and attract man towards his Creator; the primary four attributes of God mentioned in the Holy Qur’an.
The struggle that only begins with the initiati and requires the believer to avoid temptation and undergo a demanding programme of reform.