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The Prophet of Islam Muhammad

The Prophet of Islam Muhammad
  • Publisher: osoul center
  • Year of Publication: 2018
  • Number of Pages: 272
  • Book Version: Sixth Edition
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The Prophet of Islam Muhammad

A Biography and Pictorial Guide, Featuring His Teachings that Set the Moral Bases of the Islamic Civilization

All praise be to Allah the Lord of the universe and all beings. He created man in the best stature and made him able to hear, see and think.He mad him a successor in the earth and entrusted him to build the earth and not to cause any mischief in it.  Accordingly, man should worship God and establish His religion (Law) on the earth. Our Creator Commandments are clear.

They command people to do good deeds and refrain from all types of bad deeds and abominations.  Our Creator made our lives on earth short and temporary. Life on earth is a bridge to the eternal life in the Hereafter. That is the Day of Judgment.
Whoever does good will see it and will be rewarded for it.

And whoever does bad will see it and will be punished for it. Across the history, God sent many messengers to people to guide them to their Creator and explain to them the truth behind their creation and purpose of life.

Nuh (Noah), Ibrahim (Abraham), Musa (Moses), Isa (Jesus) and Muhammad were prophets and Messengers of God, peace be upon all of them.

However, Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him was distinguished by some important characteristics. God chose him to convey the last divine Message to humanity. It is preserved in the Quran, the last divine book to humanity. Also, Prophet Muhammad’s life was a practical demonstration and application of God’s Commandments. His teachings proved that the sincere and honest abiding with our Creator Commandments, brings benevolence, wellbeing and peace to the whole humanity. Prophet Muhammad set the moral basis of a civilization that became a turning point in the development of humanity.


Source: osoul center