"…My Lord is the Preserver of everything." (Surah Hud: 57)
(Surah 'Abasa: 11-12)
(Surah Muhammad: 15)
(Surat az-Zumar: 53)
…Truly it is a reminder, and whoever wills pays heed to it.
…You will have there everything you demand. (Surah Fussilat: 31) Some of the verses in the Qur'an that relate the beauty of the Garden
Above them is a sealed vault of Fire. (Surat al-Balad: 20) That is because they say, "The Fire will only touch us for a number of days." Their inventions have deluded them in their
Allah also informs us that the people who deserve the Garden will
Allah commands us to adhere to the Qur'an in many verses. Some of them are as follows:
Allah describes the temporary nature of this world in many verses of the Qur'an and stresses that the real abode of man is in the hereafter. A man who is tested in this world will one day be overtaken by death and thus start his life in the hereafter. This is life without end. In his eternal life, the soul of man will not disappear. Allah creates countless blessings in this world. He created the life of this world to see how we will conduct ourselves in return for the blessings we enjoy. As a reward or punishment, Allah has also created the Garden and the Fire.
Allah informs us how a person will be repaid in His presence in the
Allah is very merciful towards people. He rewards them generously. But those who deserve punishment are only repaid with the equivalent of their wicked deeds. Allah does not wrong anyone. People may treat one another unjustly. In this world, a guilty person may deceive or mislead others, but in the hereafter if he does not believe in Allah and in His unity, Allah will certainly punish him, and if he is a Muslim Allah may punish or forgive him. Allah sees and knows everything, and thus repays every deed.
Allah states the following in the Qur’an:
Allah, the Creator of all beauty in this world, informs us that He creates much greater beauty in the Garden for sincere believers.