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    Kitaab At-Tawheed

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    Shaikh Imam Muhammad Abdul-Wahhaab
    "The Book of Tawheed


    On Tawheed
    Allah (swt ), says:
    " And I created not the jinn and mankind except that they should worship me. I seek not any provision from them, nor do I ask that they should feed Me. Verily, Allah is the All-provider, Owner of Power - Most Strong" (Qur'an 51:56)
    Allah (swt ), informs us that it is He (swt ) Who created the jinn and mankind, and that the wisdom behind that creation was that they worship Him (swt ), Alone and reject the worship of any other, and that He (swt ) did not create them for any benefit for Himself, but in order that they should worship Him (swt ); and He (swt ) has undertaken to provide sustenance for them, and He (swt ) is the Most Truthful in keeping His (swt ) Promises and Able to fulfill them, for He (swt ) is Strong.
    Benefits Derived from This Verse
    1. That the wisdom behind Allah's creation of the jinn and mankind is that they worship Him Alone.
    2. Confirmation of the presence of the jinn.
    3. Allah's complete independence from His creation.
    4. That the source of all sustenance is Allah, but the slave is commanded to do all in his power to attain his needs.
    5. Confirmation of two of Allah's names: Ar-Razzaaq (the All-provider), Al-Mateen (Owner of Power).
    Relevance of This Verse to the Subject of Tawheed
    That these Qur'anic verses show the wisdom behind the creation of the jinn and mankind is worship of Allah (swt ), Alone and the rejection of all objects of worship besides Him.
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    Allah (swt ), says:
    " And verily, We have sent among every community a Messenger [proclaiming]: "Worship Allah [Alone] and avoid the Taaghoot .1 Then of them were some whom Allah guided, and of them were some upon whom the straying was justified. So travel through the land and see what was the end of those who denied [the truth]" (Qur'an 16:36)
    Allah (swt ), informs us in these Qur'anic verses that He has sent to every community of mankind a Messenger (saas ), who conveyed to them the Message and ordered them to believe in only One God – Allah (swt ) and to reject all those false gods besides Him (swt ). And the people who heard from these Messengers (saas ) are divided into two groups: The first, those whom Allah (swt ) guided to goodness and who responded positively to the guidance of the Messenger (saas ) and abstained from all that was forbidden to them; the second group were forbidden from success and rejected the truth, and therefore they were losers, both in this world and the Hereafter. And whoever travels throughout the earth, seeking to learn from it, will see the evidence of Allah's Retribution upon some of those who stubbornly rejected the Guidance of Allah (swt ) and His Messengers (saas ), such as `Aad, Thamood 2 and Fir'aoun.3
    Benefits Derived From This Verse
    1. Evidence that mankind has not been neglected and left without guidance.
    2. The universality of the Message to all nations, and the fact that the Message brought by each new Messenger abrogated that of the previous Messenger.
    3. That the mission of the Messengers was to call the people to the worship of Allah and to reject all false deities.
    4. That the Guidance of Success is through Allah, Alone.
    5. That the fact that Allah has ordained something for a person does not necessitate His liking for it.
    6. The desirability of travelling througout the earth, with the intention of taking heed of the example of the communities of old, whom Allah has destroyed because of their disbelief.
    Relevance of This Verse to the Subject of Tawheed
    That these Qur'anic verses prove that worship of Allah (swt ) is of no benefit if the worship of others besides Him is not rejected.
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    Allah (swt ), says:
    " And your Rabb has decreed that you worship none but Him, and that you be dutiful to your parents. If one of them or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of disrespect [uff!], nor shout at them, but address them in terms of honour. And lower unto them the wing of submission and humility through mercy, and say: "My Rabb! Bestow on them Your Mercy as they did bring me up when I was a child."" (Qur'an 17:23-24)
    Allah (swt ), commands all those obligated to obey Him to worship Him, Alone and to observe filial piety and devotion; and He affirms the right of parents upon their offspring immediately after mentioning His right upon His slaves. Then He describes some of the types of filial piety, especially when they become frail and elderly, such as not displaying annoyance with them and not raising one's voice or scolding them, speaking to them in tones of gentleness and kindness and supplicating Allah (swt ) on their behalf - both while they are alive and after their death.
    Benefits Derived from These Verses
    1. The obligation of worshipping Allah (swt ) Alone.
    2. The obligation upon every Muslim of filial piety and devotion towards both his parents.
    3. The communal responsibility of the whole Muslim society to ensure the rights of parents upon their offspring.
    Relevance of These Verses to the Subject of Tawheed
    That these Qur'anic verses prove the obligation of worshipping Allah (swt ), Alone, without partners.

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