Help from Allah in the Stories of the Quran By Ahmad Farid
Author: Ahmad Farid
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication year: 2006
About This Book:
"Help from Allah in the Stories of the Quran" by Ahmad Farid is a captivating and enlightening examination of the Quran's significant and immortal stories. Ahmad Farid goes on perusers on an outing through the Quranic stories, uncovering the powerful help and intelligence that injects these accounts through careful examination and an intensive comprehension of Islamic grants.
Quranic Stories as a Source of Insight
This part lays the stage for a profound assessment of Quranic stories, stressing their capability as a wellspring of motivation, direction, and heavenly help. It shows the way that these accounts can modify our lives and upgrade our convictions.
The Prophets' Teachings
Investigate the tales of the prophets in the Quran and the heavenly help they got in their missions. Research the exceptional accounts of prophets like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and others, separating helpful illustrations for current life.
Divine Assistance in Tough Times
Figure out how the Quranic stories portray divine help in the midst of affliction and preliminary. The creator digs into how individuals, for example, Joseph and Occupation found boldness and perseverance through their steadfast confidence in Allah.
Moral and Ethical Living Advice
The moral and moral components of the Quranic stories are the subject of this part. Perusers figure out how these books give guidance on the most proficient method to carry on with a prudent and upstanding life as per Islamic convictions.
Reliance on Allah's assistance
In all aspects of life, Ahmad Farid underscores the meaning of depending on Allah's assistance. He shows the way that ardent confidence and confidence in Allah can prompt heavenly help and help through Quranic stories.