What is the meaning of “goodness comes from God and badness comes from the servants”?

To be able to understand the fact of “goodness comes from God and badness comes from the servants” we should use binoculars that are used to zoom in the fact.

A king wanted from his attendant to build a magnificent mosque and he gave a thousand gold coins to his attendant to build it. This attendant built a wonderful mosque with a thousand gold coins. Can the attendant who worked like a worker and did not pay the expenses with his own money claim that he had made this mosque and that it belonged to him..”?

Certainly not. Similarly, people who think conscientiously accept that this mosque does not belong to this ordinary attendant. Yes, the attendant worked in the construction of this mosque but both the command for the construction and the expenses for the construction belong to the king.

If the king had not commanded the attendant to make the mosque and he had not given him a thousand gold coins that wereused for the construction, this mosque would have never been made. Therefore, we can say that:”This mosque belongs to the king.

However, if this attendant had made a tavern for himself instead of the mosque with a thousand gold coins that was given for the mosque, then the tavern would have belonged to him and he would have been responsible for that action. For he betrayed the thing entrusted to him and he used it in the construction of the tavern. In this situation, he cannot say,: “I made this tavern with the gold coins of the king. The responsibility belongs to the king and the tavern is the property of the king.” The attendant cannot claim it because the king had not given him the gold coins to make a tavern. The gold coins that had been given to him were for a mosque, not for a tavern. However, he betrayed the king   and made this tavern with those gold coins.

Therefore, about the ownership of the mosque the claim of the attendant: “This mosque is mine. I made it.” is an invalid claim. Likewise, about the ownership of the tavern, the claim of the attendant: “I made it with the gold coins of the king. Therefore, the tavern is the property of the king.” is an invalid claim.

The truth is this: “The mosque belongs to the king because it was made with the command of him. However, the tavern belongs to the attendant because the attendant built it instead of the mosque like a thief.”

Now, we will explain the facts in the metaphor:

– The king in the metaphor is God, the sultan of the pre-eternity, post eternity and the universe.

– That attendant is us; namely man.

– A thousand gold coins are all physical and spiritual gifts such as organs, senses which are given to man.

– The mosque is good deeds and worship.

– The tavern is bad deeds and sins.

Yes, good deeds belong to God. Badness belongs to us because we do all of the good deeds thanks to the benefaction that is given to us by God.

For example, when we read the Holy Quran;

– The tongue that we read the Holy Quran belongs to God. The vocal cords in this tongue belong to God.

– The molecules that distribute the voice from the vocal cords through the air belong to God.

– The eyes that we look at the Holy Quran belong to God.

– God gives the ability to the eyes to see.

– God creates light, and light helps eyes see.

– The Holy Quran which we read is the word and the book of God.

– The paper on which the Holy Quran was written and the ink in that paper belong to God.

– The mind enabling us to understand the Holy Quran and the memory belongs to God.

– God commands us to read the Holy Quran.

– God gives love to our hearts to read the Holy Quran.

In short, all necessary things to read the Holy Quran belong to God.

However, we have only partial free will and our partial free will does not have the ability to create. We only want to read the Holy Quran by our partial free will. Except for our partial free will, everything belongs to God. Therefore, how can we say, “We read the Holy Quran, we created the rewards, and this beauty belongs to us?” Our duty is to thank God with submission because God created this good deed.

However, if we read books including sins  by using the gifts of the eyes and tongue  that were given to us,  then, does our status not resemble to the ordinary attendant who betrayed the trust by making a tavern with a thousand gold coins which had been entrusted for the construction of the mosque? In the example, the attendant made a tavern with a thousand gold coins which had been entrusted for the construction of the mosque and he became responsible for this deed. Likewise, if we use the gifts such as the eyes, tongue, mind in the wrong way, we will be regarded to be the only owner of this sin.

Or let us to think that we gave alms to a poor person. What is our share in this good deed?

– Firstly, God created the poor man who we gave alms and God enabled us to meet the poor man.

– God bestowed us the goods that we gave as alms.

– God created the hand that we gave alms.

– God put the senses such as kindness and grace to our heart.

– Because of our alms, God increased our goods.

In short, all necessary conditions to give alms are created by God. We only have a desire to give alms to the poor people. In fact, even this desire belongs to God.

Despite this fact, saying: “I helped this poor man; this good deed belongs to me.” is a meaningless and an absurd claim. Every rational person understands it.

However, if we buy alcohol instead of giving alms to that poor man or if we gamble or we buy any forbidden thing, then we become responsible because these gifts had not been given for bad deeds.  We betrayed the gifts. The only responsible person is us and this sin belongs to us.

Now, you should compare all of other benefactions and beauties to those two examples. Let us think the necessary causes and the conditions for the creation of the benefactions.  Then, look at your partial free will which has not any ability to create. And see that these benefactions cannot be created by our partial free will. So, accept that all goodness and benefactions come from God and they belong to God. Thank God who created these benefactions for you!

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