The Fire That Saved The Story of The Prophet Ibrahim By Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Author: Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
Iqbal Ahmad Azami's "The Fire That Saved: The Story of The Prophet Ibrahim" is a riveting and illuminating trip through the life of the venerated Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham). Azami's deft storytelling unfolds the story of Prophet Ibrahim's persistent faith, resilience in the face of tragedy, and profound relationship with the divine, highlighting the everlasting teachings buried in his extraordinary journey.
The Divine Call and the Monotheistic Mission:*
Azami begins by delving into Prophet Ibrahim's divine calling and duty to establish monotheism in an idolatrous society. Readers are immersed in the hardships Ibrahim faced as he bravely spread the belief in the one true God, challenging conventional wisdom and prompting a profound shift in spiritual consciousness.
Nimrod's Court's Fiery Ordeal:*
The legendary incident of Ibrahim's meeting with Nimrod's court, where his unflinching faith is tested in a burning fire, is central to the story. Azami beautifully describes this historic occurrence, depicting the miraculous intervention that changed the fire into a source of salvation—a tribute to Ibrahim's unwavering faith in God's divine plan.
The Construction of the Kaaba and the Symbolism of Unity:*
The book goes into Ibrahim's essential involvement in the construction of the Kaaba, a sacred sanctuary that serves as a symbol of unification for all Muslims. Azami delves into the spiritual significance of this initiative, underlining the Kaaba's tremendous symbolism as a unifying focal point for Muslims worldwide.