The Flood And The Ark The Story of The Prophet Nuh By Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Author: Iqbal Ahmad Azami
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
"The Flood and The Ark: The Story of The Prophet Nuh" by Iqbal Ahmad Azami is an enthralling investigation of Prophet Nuh's (Noah's) prophetic account. Readers are led on a trip through the obstacles, trials, and ultimate triumph of Prophet Nuh as he carries out his holy duty in a corrupt world through Azami's artistic storytelling.
Warning and Divine Call:*
Azami begins by recounting Prophet Nuh's heavenly summons and warning. Readers are immersed in the events that lead to Nuh's vocation as a Warner, calling his people to virtue and foretelling divine judgment. This portion lays the setting for Prophet Nuh's life drama to occur.
The Ark's Construction and the Mockery:*
The book goes into Prophet Nuh's incredible undertaking of constructing the Ark. Azami eloquently illustrates Nuh's difficulties, including criticism and ridicule from his people. The story develops the symbolic and practical components of the Ark's construction, emphasizing the perseverance and faith required to complete such a gigantic task.
The Flood and Divine Mercy:
Azami expertly narrates the dramatic events of the great flood, which swept across the land, saving only those on the Ark. The story emphasizes the divine benevolence that preceded this horrific tragedy, emphasizing the importance of Prophet Nuh's mission in the context of God's compassionate plan for humanity.