Regarding the Messengers & the Prophets

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3 Responses to Regarding the Messengers & the Prophets

  1. Umm Sakinah says:

    As Salaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

    Could you kindly explain to me this part “He salla Allahu aleihi wa sallaam said: “Yes, one spoken to.””

    baaraka Allahu feekum

    • Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Raheem

      wa `alaikumus Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      Jazaakillaahu Khairan for your comment.

      As regards the explantion, then what follows should suffice inshaaAllaah.

      Shaikh `Abdur-Rahmaan al-Bannaa -rahimahullaah- said in ‘Bulooghul-Amaanee min Asraaril-Fathir-Rabbaanee’(22/372), which is his explanation of, and his notes upon his twenty four volume arrangement of Imaam Ahmad’s ‘Musnad’, entitled ‘al-Fathur-Rabbaanee’:

      “ Meaning: Allaah spoke to him. Then he -sallAllaahu `alaihi wa sallam- explained when that speech was, and how it occurred, by his -sallAllaahu `alaihi wa sallam- saying:
      [Allaah created him with His Hand, then He breathed his spirit into him, then He said to him directly: ‘O Aadam!’]

      * i.e. the Speech was after He had created him, and breathed his spirit into him; and it was (spoken) directly, without any intermediary…”

      * This explanatory wording occurs in a hadeeth of Aboo Umaamah -radiyallaahu `anhu- reported by Imaam Ahmad (5/265), and in a hadeeth of Aboo Dharr -radiyallaahu `anhu- reported by Ibn Hibbaan (no.361).

      I hope the above has clarified the matter for you.

      Wassaalaamu `alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

  2. Umm Sakinah says:

    As salaamualaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh wa maghfiratuh
    Baaraka Allahu fikum! very clear now walhamdulillaah.

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