Follow the obedience of Allah’s angels

Follow the obedience of Allah's angels

Follow the obedience of Allah’s angels

Muslimcreed – Did you know that angels once asked Allah swt, when Allah swt was about to create humans, the angels asked “Are you going to create creatures whose work is destructive and shedding blood, while we always glorify and praise You? Allah swt replied: I know better what you do not know.” Q.S Al-Baqarah: 30

For the conversation, it is clear that Allah swt has produced angels before the creation of humans. So the angel is not an imaginary creature, but a creature that really exists. Angels are different beings from us. They are supernatural beings created from light by Allah swt, they have a very obedient character in carrying out His orders and have no time to disobey. They are noble servants of Allah, they are very happy and love humans who do noble things. Do you want to be a human who is loved by Allah swt and the angels? Subhanullah, I really want to.

Who is that angel?

As with humans, angels are also creatures of Allah swt. Glory be to Allah who has created creatures with various forms and conditions. Even though we have never met an angel, we must believe in its existence.

Faith in angels is the second pillar of faith. Angels were created from divine light (light of Allah). Angels were created by Allah swt as His messengers to take care of various affairs.

The characteristics and behavior of angels include:

1. Always obey Allah swt and never disobey Him

2. Angels can change form according to the will of Allah swt. Sometimes Jibril comes to the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. disguised as a friend named Dihyah al-Kalbi, sometimes like a friend from Bedouin Arabia.

3. Angels neither eat nor drink.

4. Angels have no gender.

5. Angels are never tired and never stop worshiping Allah swt

6. Angels love to find and surround the remembrance assembly

7. Angels pray for servants who sit waiting for congregational prayers.

After knowing their characteristics, we will examine the differences between angels, jinn, and humans.

1. angel

  • Created from nur or light
  • Magical creatures
  • Always be obedient and obedient to Allah swt
  • Don’t eat and don’t drink
  • His mind is clear and straight and has no lust

2. genie

  • Created from fire
  • Magical creatures
  • Some are obedient and some are disobedient to Allah swt
  • His mind is fickle and has lust

3. Human

  • Created from the ground
  • Creatures visible to the eye (visible)
  • Some are obedient and some are disobedient to Allah swt
  • Eat and drink
  • His mind is fickle and has lust

The Qur’an does not mention the exact number of angels, but there is an explanation of the hadith narrated by Bukhari and Muslim from Anas bin Malik that when the Prophet Muhammad wasra Mi’raj and met Abraham who was leaning on the Baitul Prosperity there were 70,000 angels.

From the explanation of the history of the hadith, it indicates that the number of angels is very large. However, in this section we will only describe the angels whose names are recorded in the Qur’an and Hadith. The names are as follows:

1. Jibril

The job of the angel Gabriel is to convey revelation to the prophets and apostles, another name for the angel Gabriel is ruh al-qudus, ar-ruh al-amin, and namus.

2. Mikail

The angel mikail is in charge of regulating the welfare of creatures, such as regulating clouds, sending rain, releasing wind, and distributing fortune.

3. Israfil

The angel Israfil is in charge of blowing the trumpet (trumpet), when the apocalypse begins until the day it rises in the field of mashyar.

4. Ijra’il

The angel Izrail is in charge of taking the lives of all living things, both humans, jinn, demons, devils, angels when the time has come.

5. Munkar

The angels are in charge of questioning people who have died and are in the grave

6. Nakir

The angels are in charge of questioning people who have died and are in the grave

7. Raqib

The angel raqib has the lever to record all the good works of every human being at puberty until the end of the verse.

8. Atid

The atid angel is in charge of recording all the bad work of every human being at puberty until the end of life

9. Ridwan

Ridwan’s angel is in charge of maintaining and regulating the welfare of the inhabitants of heaven

10. Malik

The angel malik is also called the angel zabaniyyah in charge of guarding and managing the punishment (punishment) for the inhabitants of hell

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