Why do we come to this world since it is definite in qadar (destiny) that we will either go to Paradise or Hell?

People who think about qadar and who do not comprehend the secrets of qadar ask themselves the most and wonders about the answer the most to this question:

“God knows whether I will go to Paradise or to Hell. And He wrote it in my book of qadar. Then, why does He send me to this world?”

It is understood from this question that the person who asks that question thinks that since his end is known by God, his coming to this world has no purpose. According to him, if God did not know whether he would go to Paradise or Hell, his creation would be meaningful. Since He knows it, his creation is meaningless. This question is definitely an illogical question. The purpose of our creation and the wisdom behind our creation has nothing to do with the fact that God knows our end. In other words, the wisdom behind coming to this world does not disappear when God knows whether we will go to Paradise or Hell.

The person who asks that question does not know the reason behind the creation of the universe and him. That he is unaware of the purpose of creation makes him ask this question. According to him, he came to this world so that the answer to the following question will be clear: “Will he go to Paradise or Hell?” Since God knows where he will go and his end through His pre-eternal knowledge, his being sent to this world is nonsense according to him. It means the person who asks that question is unaware of the wisdom behind his creation. Then, we should look for the answer to this question in the wisdom behind the creation of this world and man. When this wisdom is understood, the answer to that question will be found. In the Quran, God Almighty informs us about the purpose of the creation of man through the following verse:

“I have only created jinn and men, that they may serve Me.” (adh-Dhariyat:56)

That is, the purpose of the creation of man is to worship God and to be a slave of Him. The essence of worshipping is the following orders:

1- God wants to make Himself known through His works of art in this world. The duty of man is to believe in his Creator, who wants to make Himself known through the miracles of His art and to know Him through His holy names that become manifest on the mirrors of the beings.

2- God wants to make Himself loved through the beautiful fruits of His mercy in this world. The duty of man is  to obey his Merciful Lord, who wants Himself to be loved through the beautiful fruits of His love, and to make Lord love him through worshipping.

3- God gives man the tastes of the material and spiritual bounties in this world. The duty of man for these material and spiritual bounties is to thank God, who grants him those bounties and who feeds him, through his deeds, attitudes and tongue, and if possible through all of his feelings and organs and to praise Him.

4- God shows, through the beings He created, His majesty and perfection. Every being is a mirror of that majesty and perfection, based on its size. Thus, the duty of man toward his Lord, who shows his majesty and perfection on the mirrors of the beings, is to prostrate before Him with complete humbleness, wonder and love.

5- In this world, God exhibits His endless wealth and treasures. The duty of man, who watches this wealth, toward his Lord, who shows His endless generosity through His infinite wealth and treasures, is to feel his poverty and ask only from Him.

6- God created this world in the form of a an exhibition and He displayed His art in this exhibition. The duty of man for it toward the artist who created the earth in the form of an exhibition and who showed all of His works of art in this exhibition to appreciate it by saying  ‘mashaallah’ (whatever God wills),‘barakallah’(May God bless you)  ‘subhanallah’(Glory be to God) , ‘Allah-u Akbar’ (God is the greatest) and to show his admiration.

7- God put endless seals of His oneness on this world. In this palace of the universe, the duty of man is to know God, who put the seal of His oneness through inimitable seals and special signatures on everything, as one and to witness that He is one.

8- By making everything in this universe obey Him, God shows the majesty of His sultanate. The duty of man is to obey and confirm this sultanate of God, Which is visible in the universe. That is, to obey and surrender to the being that everything, from atoms to the sun, obeys and surrenders and to confirm His sultanate.

9- God decorated every part of this universe with works of arts that are embroideries of His names. The duty of man is to show other people those works of art, which are the embroideries of God’s holy names, and to carry out the duty of proclaiming and publicity.

10- God created every creature in this world like a book and wrote His beautiful names in it. Thus, the duty of man is to meditate on the pages of the beings which are like the letters of the pen of power and the sky and to meditate on the pages of the earth and to discover the beautiful names written on them.

Thus, God Almighty created this world for such elevated and lofty purposes and sent man to this world for those purposes. That is, the purpose of our creation and being in this world is to fulfill those duties. None of those purposes disappears because God knows whether we will go to Paradise or to Hell.

Therefore, the pre-eternal knowledge of God Almighty, His knowing our end does not mean that We came to this world in vain. Then, we cannot say, “Since it is definite in my qadar whether I will go to Paradise or to Hell, Why were we sent to this world?” The greatest purpose for the creation of this world is not going to Paradise or going to Hell but believing in God and obeying Him and fulfilling the duties we have listed above.

If man knew why he came to this world, why this universe was created in such a magnificent form and if he knew the divine purposes in them, he would not ask such a question, and he would understand that divine qadar’s knowing everything would not eliminate the wisdoms and purposes we have listed.

In fact, man was created as a small realm. All of the names that are manifest in the big realm are also manifest in man, who is a small realm. Another reason why man created is the fact that he serves as a mirror for the names of God. We can even say that the names that are not manifest, in this huge world and in angels become manifest in this tiny man.

For instance, man commits a sin or asks for forgiveness. Then, God forgives him. Thus, when God forgives man, His names like Ghafur (Forgiver), Afuww (Pardoner), Tawwab (Acceptor of Repentance) and Ghufran (Forgiveness) become manifest; those names can be manifest only in man. Those names cannot become manifest in mountains, seas, the sun and angels because they do not commit sins.

Those names of God that denote beauty can be manifest only in man, And many names of God that denote majesty can be manifest only in man.

For instance, a slave disobeys and God punishes Him. In this punishment, His name “Muntaqim” (Avenger) in man’s failure to escape and his being caught, His name “Wajid” (Finder) in man’s defeat against God, His name “Aziz” (Mighty), in His reckoning man, His name “Hasib” (Accounter), in His lowering man, His names “Muzil” (Humiliator) and “Khafid” (Abaser) and many other names become manifest in man; the huge world cannot become a mirror for those names because it cannot disobey God. Those names can be manifest only in a slave that disobeys.

If men who disobey and go to Hell were not sent to this world, the names we have just mentioned and many other names would never be manifest. However, those names want themselves to be known and to be recognized. Hell, which is a result of disobedience, would not be created because there were no sinners and the names of majesty would not seem in the hereafter.

That is, to wish a person who will go to Hell not to come to this world means to wish  this world to be deprived of the manifestation of His majestic names; This wish is a result of being unaware of  the purpose of the creation of the universe.

The person who asks that question should not forget this truth: If an experienced teacher graded his students in his class without giving them a test and if he punished some of the students and rewarded others, the students who were punished would definitely object to the teacher and say, “If you had given us a test, we would not have got bad grades.” Thus, they would blame the teacher. Similarly, if God Almighty sent us to Paradise or Hell without testing us in the world, those who were sent to Hell would object to this decision and would say,  “If you had given us a test, we would not have gone to Hell.”

Although God Almighty knew our end through His pre-eternal knowledge,  He created this world as a place of testing and sent us to this world as officials in order to inform us about this result and to prevent us from objecting on the Day of Judgment. Com, where you may purchase e-books online to read spy cell phone http://topspying.com/ on your device

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