The Spoils of God In Islamic faith, if one is a true believer they will be dignified and forgiven, and a generous provision will be made for them by God. The Quran refers to the spoils as to belonging to God and the Apostle. The spoils being treasures of war and fights for justice. Muslims believe that God sends them on these missions and gives them the courage and strength to overcome their opponent. In the end they are told that it was not them who had slain the unbelievers but God. To help his people, God would have the caravans of unbelievers, who were to be attacked, seem smaller.
This would heighten the Muslim’s courage that would have faltered at the sight of the large band. God’s presence is very important to the Muslim community. These reassuring stories help aid the Muslim’s in their correlation with religion and politics. In saying that God was supportive and responsible for these actions takes away from their accountability and liability of the situations. The Quran also makes a point of saying that God would punish those who did not believe and those who did not follow. The Muslims feel the presence of God in their actions but are still aware of his power and superiority.
He is their strength and pillar but can also be their damnation. God, or as the Muslims call him Allah, is everything the Muslims are not and in return they are everything he is not. This separation does not hinder God’s activity in human affairs. God is the almighty. Nothing can compare to his greatness. He is the creature and a teacher.
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He is a confidant and a leader. He is everywhere. God takes on many human qualities, such as anger and love but according to the Quran he is everything we are not. God adapts his ways for us to easily understand him. We are meek and would never be able to realize or appreciate his greatness if he was shown to us in his true form.
God owes nothing to us and we owe everything to him. That is a main point of the Quran, the Torah, and even the Bible. We are all his servants and his children. If we believe in him and follow his ways he will provide for all our needs.
He will guide us where he would like us to go. He might even aid in a cause to help us proper. He will also forgive us if we fail him or ourselves. He is all around us and inside us. He is God. Believe in God and follow in his way and you can reap the spoils of his almighty presence..