“Is marriage qadar?”

“Is marriage qadar?” is a very strange question. This question can only be asked by those who do not know that God is pre-eternal and that His knowledge is endless. To ask, “Is marriage qadar?”means, “Did God know in the pre-eternity  that those two people would marry?”

For qadar is a title of the knowledge of God. In order to regard that marriage is not qadar, it becomes necessary for God to be  unaware of those two people, which is impossible for God, whose knowledge encompasses everything, every place and every time.Then, the answer to that question is, “Marriage is definitely qadar.” However, there may be two different situations here:

1- With His pre-eternal knowledge, God knew that the man and the woman wanted to marry using their own partial free will and when the time was due He would fulfill their wish by creating it through His universal will; Therefore, he wrote, in the pre-eternity, in their books of qadar that they would marry. “Knowledge is dependent on the thing known.” This rule denotes that this writing is based on their wish and will. That is, in the book of qadar, it is not written, “They should marry” but, “They will marry.” Doubtlessly, such writing does not enforce man.

2- Sometimes, in order to test people in terms of thanking or patience, without intervening in their partial free will, God makes two people meet and makes them marry. If that marriage is a nice marriage, it is a bounty because the man and the woman are asked to thank. If that marriage is a bad marriage, It is a testing of patience. The man is tested through the woman, and the woman is tested through the man.That is, not in all marriages  are the partial free wills of people taken into account. In other words, marriage, which is a voluntary deed, sometimes takes places like a compulsory deed; without the intervention and the preference of the people.We should know as a rule that

If a person wants something to happen but if God does not want it to happen, that deed does not take place and it does not come into existence. If this wish that does not take place is a good thing, the person will be rewarded for his good intention.

– If a person wants something to happen, and if God wills it, too, that deed is created and it takes place. Since the partial free will of the person causes the creation of that deed, the person will be responsible for that deed. If it is a good deed, he will be rewarded; if it is a bad deed, he will be punished.

– The deeds that are created by the will of God, without any intervention of people: Regarding those kinds of deeds, the partial free will of the person is not involved. As we have mentioned before, God creates it so that they will be tested in terms of thanking or patience.

Marriage is sometimes a deed that belongs to the second group. When people use their partial will, God creates what they want. Sometimes, a deed that belongs to the third group occurs. Without the wills of people intervening, God makes people marry. However, marriage is qadar in both cases. And it is the eternal pre-ordination of God. Specialized peroxisomes, glyoxysomes, inspect convert the fatty acids in seeds to sugars, which the seedling can use as a source of energy and carbon until it is capable of photosynthesis

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