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Destiny between supplication and Fate

القدر بين الدعاء والقضاء

The researcher’s presentation of supplication and its importance in Islamic law, the significance of supplication on servitude as well as on faith and its increase, and the relationship between supplication and the answer to what is requested. Supplication is the true worship that indicates that the one who does it is turning his face to God, turning away from everything else and not hoping for or fearing anyone but Him, and the supplicant does not begin to supplicate except Him. If he knows in himself the need for that desired thing and that he is unable to achieve it, and he knows that his Lord, Blessed and Most High, hears the supplication and knows the need and is able to deliver it to Him, then there is no doubt that the servant’s knowledge of himself of inability and deficiency and his knowledge of his Lord of ability and perfection are among the greatest acts of worship.

Then the researcher presented the issue of the destiny of God Almighty, the general belief of the Sunnis in the chapter on destiny, the infidels’ protestation of destiny, the concealment of destiny and the dislike of delving into it, the impact of the doctrine of destiny on the Muslim’s personality, and the relationship between belief in destiny on the one hand and taking reasons on the other hand. It must not be overlooked that the servants are commanded to take the causes while relying on God Almighty and believing that in His hand is the kingdom of all things and that the causes do not produce results except with the permission of God Almighty. So the one who created the causes is the one who created the results. If the supplication occurs and what God wanted is accomplished, then it is His will. It is linked to the servant’s supplication, as God taught it before. If we had known what was destined for us, there would have been no meaning to the obligation, and the movement of life would have ceased. The study relied on the descriptive analytical approach.

Keywords: Supplication, Destiny, Decree, Trust, Faith.

Zakariya Mustafa Maher BAYTIYEH, Department of Islamic Studies ــ Faculty of Literature & Human Sciences, Jinan University- LEBANON

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