Austrian Devis Warrington
After a terrible winter, Islam affected me just as the sweet and warm hand of spring affects the cold soil layer. He warmed my heart and dressed me in a beautiful new robe of knowledge. How beautiful, how true and logical are the things that Islam teaches! How clear, how true and beautiful is the statement, "Allahu ta'ala is one and Muhammad 'alaihis-salam is His Messenger"! Is it similar to the unbelievable, incomprehensible "Father, Son and Spirit-ul-quds" belief of Christians? Along with the creeds of Christians that frighten people, but never satisfy them, this simple and logical belief attracts people to themselves. Islam is a divine religion that has never changed. Although centuries have passed, it meets all the material and spiritual needs of human beings for today and tomorrow. For example, Islam clearly states that people are equal and that there is no difference in rank or position in the sight of Allahu ta'ala, and it applies these in worldly life as well. In the Christian church, which claims the same issues, there are popes, archangels, eveks, bishops and many other religious figures who differ in rank from each other. They come between Allahu ta'ala and the servant and use the name of Allahu ta'ala for their own personal interests. However, in Islam, no one can come between Allahu ta'ala and the servant. Allahu ta'ala conveys His orders to His servants through the Qur'an. I will tell you about a command of Allahu ta'ala below. This is an example. br /> In the two hundred and sixty-seventh verse of the chapter of Baqara, it is stated, “O you who believe! True, [give!] of the pure of what you have earned in halal way, and of the crops and fruits that we have grown for you from the ground. Don't spend out of disgust, out of bad things that you can't get. Know that Allahu ta'ala does not need anything and He is worthy of all praise." As I read and learned these deep and beautiful orders of the Quran, my soul was relieved and I gladly became a Muslim.