...over which are [appointed] angels stern [and] severe, who flinch not [from executing] the commands they receive from God, but do [precisely] what they are commanded.1
Also listen to:
...Glory be to Him! They are but servants raised to honour. They speak not before He speaks and they act [in all things] by His command,2
listen to its praises. And if you wish to meet with the jinn, enter this resounding Sura:
Say, it has been revealed to me that a company of jinn listened [to the Qur’an].3
See them and listen to what they say. Take a lesson from them. Look, they are saying:
“We have really heard a wonderful recital * It gives guidance to the right, and we have believed therein: We shall not join [in worship] any [gods] with our Lord.”4
The Second Aim is about the resurrection of the dead, the end of the world, and the life of the hereafter. It consists of four Fundamental Points, and an Introduction which is in the form of a comparison.
If someone was to claim about a palace or a city: “This palace or city will be destroyed, and will then be repaired and reconstructed so that it is intact,” six questions would surely arise in the face of his claim.
The First: Why should they be destroyed? Is there a reason or something to necessitate it? If the answer is “Yes,” he would have to prove it.
The Second: A question such as the following would arise: “Does the builder who would destroy and then reconstruct them possess the power to