Finally spilling it (Pt.1)


Allah will decide
Take the time to LOOK

No one needs fancy words, or great scholarly works, on IF God exists.

IF you just look and PONDER-GOD shows his reality, in what he makes, can you do anything he does? Can you make a tree? Can you make the world turn? No, and all things are set in motion by decision, and structure, and thought. All the plants, although similar, each cannot become the other.
There are so many things to look at. Allah we know, says BE and it is. That does explain the big bang theory, saying BE would really cause something cataclysmic when called into being. God has always been, always will be and will never end. We don't know how that works, but we can see his works for millions of years. You can walk right? But how do you KNOW you can walk? You don't, for you it just is.

As for Jesus, yes, there are many writings on Jesus. Some older than the Bible. The Bible has more than 100,000 gross contradictions and errors in it. It conflicts even with find the true, you find other writings that are older, and compare, and see what they say, then you can deduce what is the truth. IF GOD can say BE and call the earth, and the solar system into being, why couldn't he say BE and Maryam become pregnant with child, without a man? My God is that powerful. Has someone told you God isn't or can't be that powerful? Jesus was a man, born of woman, a great man, a great prophet, but only a man. To think of him as anything other, is to believe in the trinity of the Egyptians, or the trinity of Hinduism, or the Trinity of the pagans before them....there are many historical writings on Trinities, and in Pauls time, he took the local concept and made it a new religion.

It sounds like someone is talking to you and messing with your mind. IF YOU SEEK YE SHALL FIND...from the BIBLE. IF YOU LOOK you will SEE, from the Bible. LOOK with your Heart......and see. Pray hard. Pray without ceasing.


Islam is my life
Staff member
salam aleikum

To answer who created whom is something that I don't want to get into strictly because my views on it will surely bring on more arguments. What I will ask though, is that if there is a beginning and an end to something, then how did God come to exist?

Brother its easy ,its beyond our understanding .Allah created us this way ,that our brain will never be able to understand that...

another thing my advise to u brother is to open translation of the meaning of Quran in English with Tafseer and start from there.Not on the interent from the link ,that u may loose tomorrow...
my question is to u Where did u learn Islam ? from youtube ? google? if not from Quran and Sunnah of the Prophet peace be upon him,then from Who and Where?

waaleikum salam

A Kashmiri

Junior Member
Asallamu Alaikum

Question : It's stated that we humans are here on Earth to live out a life of tests given to us by God. If God knows everything and is never wrong, what need is there for a test? If God already knows who in the end will go to Heaven and who will go to hell, what is the point of us trying to pass this test since God is never wrong?

Dear Faisal, You have to go to my answer to one of the article you had posted to clearly understand this.

Allah made Humans and Jinns with free will, which means that Allah has granted us power to make a choice or a decision but what ever choice/decision we make Allah already knows because of his knowledge of the unseen that we will act like this, and not like angels who dont are created to obey Allah.

In short Allah has given us power to obey him or to disobey him and he knows from his power and knowledge of unforseen that what we will do. He hasnt chosen anything for us but we choose but he has the knowledge of the unseen and he knows what we will choose.

Satan challanged Allahs order for not prostating Adam ,and later challanged Allah that he will led Humans Astray from the goodness and from obeying Allah, that is the test for which Allah put us on Earth and this Test will become the base for us to attain either glory and honour for entering heaven or going to hell as Allah says in Quran. He helped the humans by sending them prophets from time to time, and completed his favour by sending Prophet Mohammed S.A.W as his Last and Final prophet.

Why Allah did not killed Satan or iblees who became Satan, that shows the difference between a Creator and the human, we humans will feel threatned and if we have some power we will try to kill or destroy the one who challanges us instantansoulsy but God ( Allah ) is all above the power, he doesnt become threatned by what he has created and he is above all such things as human feelings and behaviour. It definetly suits Allah The All powefull to act in the way the Way he acted. Subhanallah.

Also i will like to suggest you that there is nothing like cooked for us in this world, i appreciate your nature of seeking knowledge and understanding and i believe you should buy a quran with a translation and also books on life of Prophet to understand the things more clearly. Yes we all here also to talk about further on many things about Allah/ His creation/ His Deen/ His prophets/ His book and other things...

May Allah show help you....


ukhtikum fillaah
To answer who created whom is something that I don't want to get into strictly because my views on it will surely bring on more arguments. What I will ask though, is that if there is a beginning and an end to something, then how did God come to exist?

The question that atheists usually ask regarding our belief in God, vary to some degree, but they are quite predictable over all. Let us consider a few:

1. "If God created everything - then who created God?"
(may Allah forgive me)
Thank you for asking me about my religion.
Two important things about our religion:
1. As Muslims we cannot lie about anything, especially about our religion.
2. We have original recorded sources of our religion:
B) Teachings of Muhammad
This is a unique part of Islam, not available in any other ancient religions.
According to the Quran, Allah tells us that He is the only creator and sustainer of all that exists and that nothing and no one exists alongside Him, nor does He have any partners. He tells us that He is not created, nor is He like His creation in anyway. He calls Himself by a number of names and three of them are: A) The First - (Al-Awal) B) The Last - (Al Akhir) C) The Eternal, who is sought after by His creation, while He has no need from them at all. (As-Samad)He always has existed and He never was created, as He is not like His creation, nor similar to it, in any way.

2. "How can you believe in God, when you can't see, hear, touch, smell, taste or even imagine what He is?"

We know from the teachings of Muhammad, peace be upon him, that no one has ever actually seen God - at least not in this lifetime. Nor are we able to use our senses to make some kind of contact with Him. However, we are encouraged in Islam to use our senses and our common sense to recognize that all of this universe could not possibly come into existence on its own. Something had to design it all and then put it into motion. That is beyond our ability to do, yet it is something that we can understand.
We don't have to see an artist to recognize a painting, correct? So, if we see paintings without seeing artists painting them, in the same way, we can believe that Allah created everything without having to see Him (or touch, or hear, etc.).

3. "Can God do anything? - Can He make a rock so big that nothing can move it? - If He did make a rock so big that nothing could move it, would that mean that He couldn't move it too? Or would it be impossible for Him to make something so big that He couldn't move it?"
Allah tells us that "Allah is capable of doing anything that He Wills to do." He can make a rock (or anything for that matter) that is so large or heavy that nothing in the entire universe can move it. As regards Allah "moving" it, He is not in the universe and He does not resemble His creation. Whenever He wants anything done, He merely says "Qun! Faya Qun!" (Be! And so it will be!)

4. "Where is God?"

Some other religions teach that "God is everywhere." This is actually called "pantheism" and it is the opposite of our believe system in Islam. Allah tells us clearly that there is nothing, anywhere in the universe that resembles Him, nor is He ever in His creation. He tells us in the Quran that He created the universe in six "yawm" (periods of time) and then He "astawah 'ala al Arsh" (rose up, above His Throne). He is there (above His Throne) and will remain there until the End Times.

5. "Why did God create everything?"
Allah says in His Quran that He did not create all of this for any foolish purpose. He tells us that He created us for the purpose of worshiping Him, Alone and without any partners.

6. "Is God pure, good, loving and fair? - If so, then where does evil, hatred and injustice come from?"
Allah tells us that He is Pure, Loving, and absolutely Just in every respect. He says that He is the Best of Judges. He also tells us that the life that we are in is a test. He has created all the things that exist and He has created all that happens as well. There is nothing in this existence except what He has created. He also says in the Quran that He created evil (although He is not evil). He is using this as one of the many tests for us.

7. "Does God really have power of things? - If so, then why does He let people become sick, oppressed and die?"
Oppression is something that Allah forbids for Himself to do to anyone and He hates it when anyone oppresses someone else. He does have absolute power over everything. He allows sickness, disease, death and even oppression so that we can all be tested in what we do.

8. "Can you prove there is a God?"
Can you prove that you exist? Yes, of course you can. You merely use your senses to determine that you can see, hear, feel, smell, taste and you have emotions as well. All of this is a part of your existence. But this is not how we perceive God in Islam. We can look to the things that He has created and the way that He cares for things and sustains us, to know that there is no doubt of His existence.

Think about this the next time that you are looking up at the moon or the stars on a clear night; could you drop a drinking glass on the sidewalk and expect that it would hit the ground and on impact it would not shatter, but it would divide up into little small drinking glasses, with iced tea in them? Of course not.

And then consider if a tornado came through a junkyard and tore through the old cars; would it leave behind a nice new Mercedes with the engine running and no parts left around? Naturally not.

Can a fast food restaurant operate itself without any people there? That's crazy for anyone to even think about.

After considering all of the above, how could we look to the universe above us through a telescope or observe the molecules in a microscope and then think that all of this came about as a result of a "big bang" or some "accident?"

(see also "Quran" below)

9. "Does God know everything that is going to happen? - Does He have absolute control on the outcome of everything? - If so, how is that fair for us? Where is our free will then?"
Allah Knows everything that will happen. The first thing that He created was the "pen" and He ordered the pen to write. The pen wrote until it had written everything that would happen. And then Allah began to create the universe. All of this was already known to Him before He created it. He does have absolute and total control at all times. There is nothing that happens except that He is in control of if.
There is a mistake in the question: "Free Will." Allah alone, has Free Will, He Wills whatever He likes and it will always happen as He wills. We have something called, "Free choice." The difference is that what Allah "Wills" always happens and what we choose may or may not happen. We are not being judged on the outcome of things, we are being judged on our choices. This means that at the core of everything will always be our intentions. Whatever we intended, is what we will have the reward for. Each person will be judged according to what Allah gave them to work with, how they used it and what they intended to do with it.

As regards the actual "Judgment Day" - Allah tells us that everything we are doing is being recorded and not a single tiny thing escapes from this record. Even an atom's weight of good will be seen on the Day of Judgment and even a single atom's weight of evil will be seen too.

The one who will bring the evidences against us will be ourselves. Our ears, tongue, eyes and all of our bodies will begin to testify against us in front of Allah on the Day of Judgment. None will be oppressed on that Day, none will be falsely accused.

He could have put everyone in their respective places from the very beginning, but the people would complain as to why they were thrown in Hell without being given a chance. This life is exactly that; a chance to prove to ourselves who we really are and what we would really do if we indeed had a free choice.

Allah Knows everything that will happen, but we don't. That is why the test is fair.

10. "If there is only one God, then why are there so many religions?

Allah does not force anyone to submit to Him. He has layed out a clear path and then made it known to them the two ways (Heaven or Hell). The person is always free to make his or her own choice. There is not complusion in the way of "Islam." Whoever choses to worship Allah without partners and is devoted to Him and is obeying His commands as much as possible, has grasped the firm handhold that will never break. Whoever denies God and choses some other way to worship or not to believe at all, for them there is an eternal punishment that is most horrible (Hell).All religions originated with Allah and then people began to add or take away from the teachings so as to take control over each other. Man made religions are an abomination before the Lord and will never be accepted. He will only accept true submission, obedience and in purity and peace to His commandments.

11. "How do you know that the Quran is really from God?"

Muslims have something that offers the most clear proof of all, The Holy Quran. There is no other book like it anywhere on earth. It is absolutely perfect in the Arabic language. It has no mistakes in grammar, meanings or context. The scientific evidences are well known around the entire world, even amongst non-Muslim scholars. Predictions in the Quran have come true; and its teachings are clearly for all people, all places and all times. No one has been able to produce a book like it, nor ten chapters like it, nor even one chapter like it. It was memorized by thousands of people during the lifetime of Muhammad, peace be upon him, and then this memorization was passed down from teacher to student for generation after generation, from mouth to ear and from one nation to another. Today every single Muslim has memorized some part of the Quran in the original Arabic language that it was revealed in over 1,400 years ago, even though most of them are not Arabs. There are over nine million (9,000,000) Muslims living on the earth today who have totally memorized the entire Quran, word for word, and can recite the entire Quran, in Arabic just as Muhammad, peace be upon him, did 14 centuries ago.

Thanks again for your question. All good is from Allah & mistakes were from myself.
May Allah guide us in Truth, ameen.
Salam alaykum - Yusuf Estes


AlQudsu tunadeena

i saw your post, when i read the pre-destination question, i recalled how my teacher(May Allah reward him) explained it to us,

Allah knows what will happen, but dos'nt make it happen.
just as doctors may tell a patient 'you are about to die', or 'well soon your symptoms should change' etc... if what the doctor says does happen the patient can't say you made it happen.
in the same way Allah (S.W.T) knows what will happen, he gave us free will, but he knows what choice we will end up making.

May Allah help us understand the religion, and guide us on the straight path.

''Wherewith allah guides all those who seek His Good Pleasure to ways of peace, and He brings them out of darkness by His Will unto light and guides them to a Straight Way (Islamic Monotheism). ''
(Al-Maeda, Chapter 5, Verse #6)

Ma assalaama