of angels, spirit beings, jinn and man through the beautiful states and fine conduct of beings. Thus, the conduct of the practices are the signs of this elevated conduct, and its principles and samples.
Coming after the verse, “Now has come to you a Messenger [to the end of the verse],”(9:128) which shows the Noble Messenger’s (Upon whom be blessings and peace) perfect kindness and compassion towards his community, the verse, “But if they turn away, say: ‘God suffices me...’”(9:129) says:
O mankind! And O Muslims! You should understand how lacking in conscience and unreasonable it is to turn away from the practices and the decrees that the Noble Prophet (UWBP) conveys as though casting aspersions on his self-evident compassion, for he guides you with infinite kindness, expending all his strength for your good, and curing with his practices your spiritual wounds.
O compassionate Prophet and clement Messenger! If they do not recognize this vast compassion of yours and out of their foolishness turn their backs and do not listen, don’t be anxious. Sufficient for you is the All-Glorious One, under whose command are the cohorts of the heavens and earth, and the sovereignty of whose dominicality rules over the sublime all-encompassing throne. He will muster around you His true, obedient troops and make them heed you and accept your decrees!
Yes, there is no matter of the Shari‘a of Muhammad (UWBP) and his practices which does not contain numerous instances of wisdom. This wretched one claims and is ready to prove it, despite all his faults and powerlessness. Furthermore, the seventy to eighty parts of the Risale-i Nur so far written are like seventy to eighty truthful witnesses testifying to how full of wisdom and truth are the matters of Muhammad’s (UWBP) practices and his Shari‘a. If I were capable of it and they had been written, seven thousand treatises on this subject could not completely describe those instances of wisdom, let alone seventy.
Moreover, I have observed and experienced perhaps a thousand times in my own self that the principles and matters of the Shari‘a and practices of the Prophet (UWBP) are all highly beneficial remedies for sicknesses of the spirit, mind, and heart, and particularly for social sicknesses, and that matters put forward by philosophy cannot take their place, and to an extent I have made known to others in the Risale-i Nur what I have experienced. If anyone doubts this claim of mine, let them refer to the parts of the Risale-i Nur and see for themselves.