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16-Miracles And the knowledge Of The Unseen

16_ MIRACLES AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE UNSEEN
Being the servant of God doesn't prevent the phrophet to know the unseen, or the future and the past by the leave of God.

"God alone knows the UNSEEN, nor does HE make


any one aware of HIS Mysteries, Except an apostle whom He has chosen.

THE HOLY QUR?N _ S72: 26_27

We know that one of the miracles performed by Jesus, was to inform people of some of the mysterious affairs.

"... And Jesus said I declare to you what you EAT and what you store in your houses..."

THE HOLY QUR?N _ S3: 49

Mohammad the prophet of Islam too, declared many secrets by the way of God's inspiration.

"That is of the unseen reports which we reveal by inspiration unto you."

THE HOLY QUR?N _ S12 _ 102

So the prophets may inform of the unseen through the inspiration of God. It is in the Holy QUR?N that the prophet says:_

"I tell you not that, with me are the treasure of Allah; nor do I know what is hidden, (THE UNSEEN) nor do I tell you that I am an angel. I only follow that which is revealed to me."

THE HOLY QUR?N _ S6: 50

This, of course, refers to the substantial knowledge, and not the knowledge obtained by Divine teachings to the prophets.

WE BELIEVE that these reverend prophets have performed miracles and super natural acts by the leave of God; and because we believe their miracles to be with the permission of God, we don't consider that a sort of polytheism. According to the HOLY QUR?N; Jesus christ raised the dead to life again, but by the leave of God, and healed the incurable diseases:_

"By Allah's leave", said Jesus; "I shall give sight to the blind, and heal the lepers, and I raise the dead to life, (with the permission of God.)"

THE HOLY QUR?N _ S3: 49

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