The Twenty - Fourth Word : Some explanations about the truths of the following verse; "The Most Beautiful Names (Asma al-Husna) belong to Allah".
[This Word consists of five ‘Branches’. Study the Fourth Branch carefully. And hold on to the Fifth Branch and climb it, then pluck its fruits!]
In the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
Allah, there is no god but He; His are the Most Beautiful Names. (Qur’an, 20:8.)
We shall indicate five branches of one of the many truths from the luminous tree of this glorious verse.
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First Branch: The manifestation of different names of Allah on various creatures and levels of living beings.
Second Branch: The degrees of manifestation of divine names: The all- encompassing manifestation which is universal; the manifestation for species; the manifestation for individuals.
Third Branch: Twelve Principles that ensure true understanding of hadiths that are misunderstood on issues such as the signs of the Last Day.
Fourth Branch: The explanation of the following verse: Everything prostrates before Almighty Allah. The specific worship of beings.
- Twelfth Principle: The distinctness of the point of view of the Qur'an and philosophy and the results that arise from this distinction.
- The Second Addendum to the Twenty-Fourth Letter: It is a short explanation about the Ascension (Miraj) of Hz. Muhammad (pbuh) and his Birth. The meaning of Mawlid and the necessity of reciting Mawlid.
- Fifth Branch: The Fifth Branch has five ‘Fruits’.
- The Subject Index of Risale-i Nur
- Fourth Branch: The explanation of the following verse: Everything prostrates before Almighty Allah. The specific worship of beings.
- Twenty-Fourth Letter: It explains an important secret of the obscure secrets of the universe, and wisdoms behind the manifestations the divine names of ar-Rahim (All- Compassionate) al-Karim (The Generous) and Wadud (Loving). It consists of two stations.
- Third Principle: The wisdom and purpose of the Ascension.
- The Thirteenth Word: How does the Qur'an expose the miraculousness in things which are known as ordinary? The ways of taking pleasure from the style of the Quran
- Second Aim: The duties of atoms and molecules in forming various matters.
- Fifth Remark: The two aspects of contemplation and the duties of servitude that take man to the highest rank of all created beings.