Messengers Of The Resurrection Must Prevail
decreed: "It is I and My messengers who must prevail": For Allah
is One full of strength, able to enforce His Will.
Thou will not
find any people who believe in Allah and the Last Day, loving those
who resist Allah and His Messenger,
they were their fathers or their sons, or their brothers or their kindred.
For such He has
written Faith in their hearts, and strengthened them with a Spirit from
And he will
admit them to Gardens, beneath which Rivers flow, to dwell therein
Allah will be
well pleased with them, and they with Him.
They are the Party of Allah.
it is the Party of Allah that will achieve Felicity.
58:21-22 Al Mujadidah, (The Woman Who Pleads)
Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an, 1989.)
hath decreed: Lo! I verily shall conquer, I and My messengers.
is Strong, Almighty.
wilt not find folk who believe in Allah and the Last Day,
Loving those who
oppose Allah and His messenger,
though they be their fathers or their sons or their brethren or their
for such, He hath written faith upon their hearts,
And hath strengthened
them with a
He will bring them into Gardens underneath which rivers flow, wherein they
is well pleased with them, and they are well pleased with Him. They are
is it not Allah's party who are the successful?
58:21-22 Al Mujadidah
(Mohammed Pickthall, The Meaning of the Glorious Quran, U. of Michigan.)
has written down: I will most certainly prevail, I and My messengers; Surely Allah is Strong, Mighty.
shall not find a people who believe in Allah and the latter day,
those who act in opposition to Allah and His Messenger,
though they were their (own) fathers,
Or their sons, or their brothers, or
are they into whose hearts He has impressed faith,
And whom He has
strengthened with an inspiration
He will cause them to enter gardens beneath which rivers flow, abiding
is well-pleased with them and they are well-pleased with Him; These are
surely the party of Allah are the successful ones.
58:21-22 Al Mujadidah
Shakir, The Holy Qur'an, U. of Michigan.)
has decreed: "I will prevail, I and My apostles."
Verily God is
powerful and all-mighty.
will not find those who believe in God and the Day of Resurrection
those who oppose God and His Prophet,
though they might be their fathers, sons, or brothers or their kin.
has inscribed on their hearts belief,
And has succoured them with
will admit them to gardens with rivers flowing by,
Where they will abide
accepting them, and they happy in the pleasure of god.
They are verily the
army of God.
not the army of God be victorious?
58:21-22 The Disputant (Al-Mujadilah)
(Ahmed Ali, The Qur'an, Oxford
University Press, 1987.)
is Allah and His messengers of Qiyamah who must prevail for He has written
the Faith of the Resurrection in their hearts and strengthened them with a
from Himself. They are the Party of Allah
who are announcing the Great Event of Al-Qiyamah and it is
this Party of Allah
that will prevail over all. Not a single guardian of religious regimes
will be able to bestow the Baptism of Allah, upon which the
Winds of Resurrection begin to blow immediately from the
hands, head, feet and other parts of the Believers and begin
to cleanse them in heart, mind and soul. After being
strengthened with the Faith of the Resurrection and the
Spirit of Allah, they will spearhead the ever-growing Party
of Allah who will announce the Great News of Al-Qiyamah to
the rest of humanity. Allahu Akhbar!
is Allah who sends forth the Winds
So that they raise up the clouds,
And We drive them to a Land that is dead,
And revive the earth therewith after its death:
Even so (will be) the Resurrection!
35:9 Fatir (The Originator of Creation)
"3881. The allegory here is double.
Dry, unpromising soil may seem, to all intents and purposes,
dead; there is no source of water near; moisture is sucked
up by the sun's heat in a far-off ocean, and clouds are
formed; winds arise; it seems as if the wind "bloweth
as it liseth," but it is really Allah's Providence
that drives it to the dead land; the rain falls, and behold!
There is life and motion and beauty everywhere! So in the
spiritual world Allah's Revelation is His Mercy and His
Rain; there may be the individual resurrection (Nushur) or
unfolding of the soul.
So again, may be the general Resurrection (Nushur), the
unfolding of a New World in the Hereafter, out of an old
World that is folded up and dead."
Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an
And who can baptise better than Allah?
And it is He whom we worship.
2:138 Al Baqarah (The Heifer)
you have to be born again, that you have to be
baptized, that you have to become a
Pir, that you have
to become a Brahmin. All these descriptions have come
to us from all the great scriptures. It is very easy
to say that we don't believe in God, we don't
believe in any Incarnation, we don't believe in
Jesus, we don't believe in any religion, we don't
believe into anything
very easy to say.
Even it is easy to say that we believe in them, we
believe in God, we believe in Christ, we believe in
Krishna, Rama, all that. Both things are equally the
When you believe in God you believe in the darkness
and ignorance, and when you do not believe in Him also
you are in ignorance. By believing into you close your
eyes, accept the faith and go along with it. Of course
it shows that you are conscious of some Power which is
beyond. Such people have a great chance. But in the
case if you go to these extremes in this kind of faith
then you start only believing in Christ, only
believing in Muhammad, only believing in Krishna - I
mean depending on where you are born. How human beings
are so narrow-minded?
If you are born in England either you will be a
Catholic, or a Protestant, or maybe one of these
witchcraft people. You believe into anything because
you are localized in a place; there has been some
identifications because your mother believed into
something, because your father believed into
something, or you paid for it. And this faith can
become such a blinding effect on people that you
develop absurd types of groups which call themselves
as Christians, Hindus, Muslims - whatever you may
say - and are extremely, extremely exclusive, blind,
Adbhuta-caritra Shri Nirmala Devi
- May 12, 1980