January 20, 2012

A Beneficial Lesson - Miracles

A Beneficial Lesson - Miracles
Dear Islamic Brethren! A question might arise in someone's mind that we should only seek from Allah and He is the one who gives. How can it be that someone asks for eyes from Khwaja Sahib and He gives it? The answer is that as a matter of fact Allah is the one who gives. If someone from the creatures gives anything, he actually takes it from Allah and then gives it. No one can give, even a small portion, without the bestowal of Allah every thing can happen.

If someone asks Khwaja Sahib for vision and if He gives it by the grace of Allah, the, after all what is there which is unexplainable? This problem has been solved today by the medical field! Everyone knows that today by operation the doctors put the eves of the dead in a blind person and give him vision. Similarly, Khwaja Gharib Nawaz cured the blindness of a blind person by spiritual power bestowed upon Him by Allah.

Anyway, if someone has this belief that Allah has not bestowed any powers to any Prophet or Saint to cure someone, at all than such a person is falsifying the order of the Quran:

And I heal the born blind and the leper and I make the dead alive by the command of Allah.

Did you see? Hazrate Sayyed-e-na Isa is openly announcing that by the grace of Allah I can give sight to those who are born blind and can cure those suffering from leprosy. In fact, I can even make the dead one alive.

By the grace of Allah the Prophets are bestowed with different kind of powers and by the beneficence of the Prophets the Saints are also bestowed with marvels, therefore they can also cure a lot of things.

The Enliver of faith is Ghous (Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani and Khwaja is the Helper of faith. 'O, Hasan! Why should not your faith remain safe-guarded.

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