The Dream Come True The Story of The Prophet Yusuf (A.S) By Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Author: Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
"The Dream Come True: The Story of The Prophet Yusuf (A.S)" by Iqbal Ahmad Azami is a compelling narrative that exposes Prophet Yusuf's (Joseph's) extraordinary journey. Azami's masterful narrative vividly depicts Yusuf's challenges, tragedies, and successes, providing readers with a profound insight into the timeless themes of resilience, faith, and the fulfillment of heavenly promises.
The Gift of Prophecy and Sibling Jealousy:
Azami begins by diving into Yusuf's unique gift of prophecy and the seeds of jealousy created among his siblings. The story covers Yusuf's early years, which are defined by his prophetic dreams and the difficulties that arise from the envy of those closest to him.
Egypt's Well, Betrayal, and Ascension:
The plot begins with Yusuf being tossed into a well by his own brothers, a betrayal that sets the groundwork for his ultimate rise to power in Egypt. Azami eloquently depicts the events that led Yusuf from prison to popularity, highlighting the divine plan that orchestrates each event.
Temptation and Imprisonment:
Azami expertly navigates Yusuf's difficulties, including Zulaikha's seduction and eventual imprisonment. The story emphasizes Yusuf's unwavering commitment to righteousness and his tenacity in the face of adversity, demonstrating his character's strength.
Dream Interpretation and Ascension to Power:
Yusuf's story revolves around his ability to read dreams, which eventually leads to his ascent to prominence within the Egyptian court. Azami delves into the meaning of dreams in Yusuf's life, emphasizing the divine wisdom behind each interpretation and its relevance on the larger story.