The Drowned Army The Victory of The Prophet Musa By Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Author: Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
"The Drowned Army: The Victory of the Prophet Musa" by Iqbal Ahmad Azami is an enthralling analysis of the illustrious Prophet Musa's (Moses') successes and challenges. Azami's superb writing recounts the story of Musa's unwavering quest for justice, heavenly encounters, and supernatural events that lead to the ultimate triumph over oppression.
The Divine Call and Pharaoh's Challenge:*
Azami begins by immersing readers in the divine calling of Prophet Musa, who was selected by God to challenge Pharaoh's despotic authority. The story depicts Musa's hardships and confrontations as he boldly conveyed God's message and sought liberation for his people oppressed in Egypt.
Signs of the Times and Divine Interventions:*
The amazing signs and heavenly interventions that accompanied Musa's mission are central to the account. Azami beautifully depicts the parting of the Red Sea, plagues on Pharaoh's land, and transforming miracles that demonstrated God's strength and confirmed Musa's divine mandate.
Divine Justice and the Drowned Army:*
The drowning of Pharaoh's army in the Red Sea, which inspired the title, takes a major stage in this story. Azami delves into the symbolic and profound ramifications of this supernatural intervention, focusing on the concept of divine justice triumphing against oppressive forces. The army's drowning becomes a dramatic symbol of the triumph of justice over oppression.
Direction in the Wilderness:*
Azami discusses the problems faced by the Israelites and the counsel provided by Musa as he guides his people through the wilderness. This section of the book reflects on the moral and spiritual lessons learned along the way, emphasizing the significance of patience and faith in God's plan.