Is there any relation between Lahw-i Mahfoos and Destiny?
Submitted by on Wed, 15/07/2009 - 17:21
Dear Brother / Sister,
Lawh Mahfuz (the Preserved Tablet) means destiny. There is no difference between “Destiny” and lawh mahfuz. Lawh Mahfuz, which is used to discern it from other terms related to destiny, has the special meaning of “the Largest Book of Destiny”.
Lawh Mahfuz is the eternal knowledge that contains the, past, the future and the present. Destiny has dimensions like qada (decree), ata (change) and Lawh Mahw (expunction). Lawh Mahfuz contains all of them.
For the definition of Lawh Mahfuz, please click on the link given below;
Questions on Islam
- Does qadar (destiny) change?
- Allah states in the Quran that the Quran was sent down from a book called Preserved Tablet (Lawh al-Mahfuz). Will you explain it?
- What is Qadar (Destiny), Qada (Decree) and Partial Free Will?
- Can you explain the phrases, imam al-mubin (Clear Record) and kitab al-mubin (Clear Book)?
- How does holography help us to understand the reality of the Preserved Tablet?
- about predestination
- I wonder if prayer can affect qadar. Can we change our qadar through our prayer?
- What is the reason why Allah mentions the Prophet Hz. Muhammad as "Habibullah" (Beloved of Allah)? Is this phrase used in the Quran and hadiths?
- Sixth Aspect: The constant action and changes which are visible in every corner of the world indicate another realm.
- There are some people who claim that belief in qadar does not exist in the Quran and that it was added to hadiths afterwards. What is the source of belief in qadar?