Explore the different names of Allah, delving into their meanings, and analysing their significance in Islamic teachings and understanding of divine attributes such as mercy, compassion, generosity and more.
What is Allah’s name for kindness?
The primary Names of Allah specifically dealing with Mercy are Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim. These two names frequently occur together in the Qur’an. They are both derived from the same root word rahmah which means mercy and also has elements of sympathy, kindness, gentleness, compassion and love intertwined with it.
What does Allah say about generosity?
God tells us in the Qur’an that whatever we give away generously, with the intention of pleasing Him, He will replace and multiply. God knows what is in the hearts of men. The companions understood the value of being generous.
What is Allah’s name that means helper?
An-Naseer is one of Allah’s Most Beautiful Names: We are discussing the manifestations of An-Naseer (The Helper) in Ramadan. In Some Ayat, this Name is mentioned to indicate its absolute meaning and the Perfect Description.
Why is Allah called the generous?
Allah, Praise and Glory be to Him, says, “Proclaim! and thy Lord is the Most Bountiful.” (‘ALAQ, 3); He is the Lord of donation and generosity; He honours His created beings with His overflowing Favours, and grants His chosen people with His flooding Blessings.
What is Allah’s name the giver of gifts?
Allah calls Himself Al-Wahhaab— The Giver of gifts, The Most Liberal Bestower— three times in the Quran. He is the All-Giver who bestows gifts, favors, and blessings upon the whole creation. Al-Wahhaab gives gifts constantly, generously, endlessly, and without expecting anything in return!
What does Allahu Akram meaning?
Did you know that the appropriate response to ‘Ramadan Kareem’ is ‘Allahu Akram’? It means “God is much more generous”.