Infographic: Understanding Allah as the Creator

Infographic: Understanding Allah as the Creator

In an effort to help clarify the subtle differences between Allah’s Names “Al-Khaaliq” – The Creator, “Al-Baari'” – The Inventor, and “Al-Musawwir” – The Fashioner, we have produced a simple infographic showing the subtle differences between each name.

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DAY 16: Al-Baari’ – The Originator, The Inventor

DAY 16: Al-Baari’ – The Originator, The Inventor

Day 16: Al-Baari’ – The Originator, The Inventor

Allah is the One Who brings the creation out of non-existence into existence; Who creates something from nothing; Who invents and innovates with no prior model, and Who gives His creation distinct characteristics which distinguishes them from one another. The Creator of the universe and all that it contains.

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DAY 15: Al-Khaaliq – The Creator

DAY 15: Al-Khaaliq – The Creator

Day 15: Al-Khaaliq – The Creator
Al-Khaaliq means “The Creator.” Allah is the One Who creates something from nothing and determines and creates according to the proper measure and proportion of each thing. The One Who plans and determines how, when and where to create. The One Whose works are perfectly suited, appropriate, fitting and proper.

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DAY 14: Al-Wadood – The Most Loving

DAY 14: Al-Wadood – The Most Loving

Day 14: Al-Wadood – The Most Loving

Al-Wadood means the One Who loves whoever turns to Him in repentance from his or her sins. The One Who loves His prophets and messengers, His allies and friends (awliyaa’) and expresses it through His forgiveness. He is full of love towards the believers; he praises them and is benevolent towards them. He gives them signs of His love for them and causes others to love them as well.

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Day 13: Action Challenge – Combating Kibr

Day 13: Action Challenge – Combating Kibr

Allah’s Name, Al-Mutakabbir, expresses the quality of Supremacy, with rank and attributes that are beyond the rights of everyone else. However, when ‘mutakabbir’ is applied to human beings it takes on a very negative meaning. Allah describes people as ‘mutakabbireen’ (the arrogant) several times in the Quran. It refers to the fact they have arrogance in their hearts and actions towards Allah, by disbelieving in His Signs. Further, they are arrogant to other people by looking down on them. Only Allaah is al-Mutakabbir, in a positive sense. Thus, in understanding the Name ‘Al-Mutakabbir’ as it relates to us, it holds a quality that we should avoid as human beings, one of arrogance and undeserving pride. What is the opposite of kibr (arrogance)? It is humility; the adornment of a believer. Today’s ACTION CHALLENGE will help you practice humility, insha’Allah!

DAY 13 – Al-Mutakabbir – The Superior, The Majestic

DAY 13 – Al-Mutakabbir – The Superior, The Majestic

Day 13: Al-Mutakabbir – The Superior, The Majestic

Al-Mutakabbir means The Superior, The Majestic. Allah is the One Who is Supremely Great. The One Who is greater than all of creation and Who manifests His greatness in all things in all ways. The One Who has rights, privileges and attributes which no other may possess. He is free from any evil, defect or deficiency. The One Who is clear from the attributes of His creatures and from resembling them. The Supreme.

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