Third Part of the Addendum: The verses "It will be naught but a single cry" (36:29); and "The command of the Hour will be like the glance of the eye" (16:77) inform us that the Doomsday will strike instantaneously, in a flash.
A question related to the resurrection of the dead:
The frequently repeated verse, It will be naught but a single cry, (Qur’an, 36:29, 49, 53; 38:15; 54:31.) and the verse, The command of the Hour will be like the glance of the eye, (Qur’an, 16:77.) show that the resurrection of the dead and Great Gathering will occur instantaneously, in a flash. But man’s narrow reason requires some tangible example so that it can conceive of this wondrous, extraordinary, and unparalleled event, and accept it.
The Answer : At the resurrection there will be the return of spirits to their bodies, the revivification of the bodies, and the remaking of the bodies. It consists of three matters.
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- Third Matter: The example of the remaking of bodies is proved with the blossoming of numerous flowers and plants all at once in spring.
- The Second Part of the Addendum: Life looks upon the six pillars of faith and proves them.
- Conclusion: The explanation of the verse as "Your creation and resurrection is but like a single soul"
- Second Matter: The example of the resurrection of bodies is proved with the lighting up of a large city on a night in an instant by switching on from one centre.
- First Matter: The Divine power is peculiar and infinite.
- First Matter: The example of the return of spirits to their bodies is proved with the mustering, at a loud bugle call, of the members of a well-disciplined army after they have dispersed to rest.
- Second Ray: The fine art, power and ease in the creation of living creatures.
- Fourth Point: The witnessing of deaths and resurrections in the universe for doomsday and the Great Resurrection.
- Gleams: Flowers from the Seeds of Reality. A short ‘Mathnawi’ and collection on the subject of belief for the Risale-i Nur students.
- Second Matter: The witnessing of divine religions and the changes in the universe for the death of the universe.