On the 22nd night of Taraweeh Reflections, we delve into verses from Surah Al-Fatir, specifically verses 27-28. SubhanAllah, as we immerse ourselves in the beautiful descriptions of Allah’s(swt) creations, we contemplate the different colors of fruits, the distinct appearances of mountains, and the unique features of living beings. The power of Allah(swt) lies behind these creations and are we are reminded of the supremacy of Allah(swt) and the humbleness we should feel in His(swt) presence.
The verses continue to discuss the importance of knowledge and those who truly fear Allah(swt). Through various examples and scholarly interpretations, we explore the characteristics of a genuine scholar and the role they play in guiding us towards the right path. The true scholar is one who does not cross the boundaries set by Allah, fulfills all the obligations, and speaks the truth without twisting the divine message.
As we continue our journey through these verses, we are reminded that Islam is not just about fulfilling the five pillars, but it is a complete way of life. A genuine scholar calls people to live by Islam, creating an environment that protects them from material and intellectual harm while inviting them to embrace the complete teachings of the faith.
Join us as we seek to deepen our understanding of the divine message, reflect upon the greatness of Allah(swt), and strive to become among those who truly fear Him and live by His guidance.