Belief of a Muslim in the holy Books

Belief of a Muslim in the holy Books

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A Muslim must believe that Allah has sent down books upon His Messengers to clarify His right and to call to it, as Allah says in the Qur’an: “Indeed, We have sent messengers with clear proofs, and sent down with them the scripture and the balance (justice) so that the people may maintain (their affairs) in justice.” (57:25)

“Mankind was one ummah (community) and Allah sent Prophets with glad tiding and warnings, and with them He sent the scripture in truth to judge between the people in matters wherein they differed.”

Among the books that we, as Muslims, believe in are the revealed books that Allah named, such as the Torah, the Gospel, the Psalms, and the Qur’an. The Glorious Qur’an is the final and the best of all these books. It confirms and replaces the scripture that came before it and it is a witness over them, testifying the truth and falsifying the falsehood. Therein. Every Muslim should follow the commands contained in the Qur’an, shun its prohibitions, and refer to its rulings to settle differences. Alongside the Qur’an, it is also a must to follow the authentic sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh) as a mercy to both the jinn and mankind, and sent down the Noble Qur’an to judge between them. He also made the Glorious Qur’an a healing for diseases, such as hypocrisy, ignorance and doubt, and a clarification for all issues, as well as a guidance and mercy for all those have no argument against Allah, after the messengers”(4:165)

“Muhammad is not the father of (any) one of your men, but (he is) the messenger of Allah and the seal (i.e. last) of the Prophets…”(33:40)

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