From a conversation between Jesus (pbuh) and Allah, to a powerful elaboration of miracles that take place around us all the time, to the proofs and power of God, Juz 7 includes several lessons from Surah al-An’am and Surah al-Ma’idah. In today’s episode, special guest Sh. Mohammad Elshinawy joins hosts Dr. Omar Suleiman and Sh. Abdullah Oduro to show the Qur’anic worldview on how to understand God in relation to the pleasure, despair, and miracles He shows us.
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0:00 – Intro and dad jokes
5:01 – Dr. Omar Suleiman reflects on Surahs al- Ma’idah and al-An’am
7:44 – A conversation between Isa (a) and Allah
9:12 – The transition to Surah al-An’am through the parallels of miracles
10:12 – The proofs of God are all around us
12:50 – How should miracles inform our worldview?
14:31 – Sh. Mohammad Elshinawy reflects on a recurrent theme
15:21 – Those who need food can’t be God
16:53 – The One who feeds but is not fed is the only One worthy of worship
18:53 – The greatest shortcut to getting closer to Allah
20:44 – The story of Nafisa, the great-granddaughter of the Prophet (s)
23:11 – Sh. Abdullah Oduro reflects on Surah al-An’am
26:25 – A du’a to stop relying on yourself
28:26 – The concept of istidraj
30:20 – The Qur’anic worldview of the pleasure and anger of Allah
31:19 – Closing reflections and thoughts
35:12 – Wasn’t easy for God to create? Why do we praise Him?
36:40 – The story of Nur ad-Din Zengi