Creation Plan of God

THE STORY OF ALL MANKIND

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God | Al-Risala April 1988

Controlling Crime

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God | Al-Risala April 1988

THE INHERITORS OF PARADISE

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God | Al-Risala April 1988

The next world will be one of eternal honour and bliss, for Paradise is an ideal domain which has been specially designed by God for those who have evinced divine qualities in the course of their earthly lives. Whereas for mankind the present world is one of unmitigated toil and struggle, the next world will be one of unalloyed happiness and joy.

THE LAST SECURITY CHECK

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God | Al-Risala March 1988

KEEPING SATAN AT BAY

 

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God | Al-Risala September, 1987, Pg. 3

There is a Hadith in which Prophet Mohammad relates a conversation between Satan and one of the prophets. This tradition is of some length, but we reproduce here its most salient point:

BEARING WITNESS TO THE TRUTH

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God

HERE TO BE TESTED

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Creation Plan of God

While in an examination hall, a student has several objects at his disposal. Over his head, there is the roof of the examination hall itself. Then he has a table on which to write, a chair on which to sit, ink and paper for his answers, and attendants to see to his require­ments. He sits in his place and uses these facilities freely, without restriction.

OVER THE EDGE

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Creation Plan of God

“A thoroughbred professional and a dashing, innovative manager with fire in his belly and ideas in his mind–an astute general.” It was in such glowing terms that an official journal described the chief marketing engineer of a certain government organization, Mr. P. V. Venkatashawaran.

DUST UNTO DUST

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Creation Plan of God

Although Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) started his career as a military officer, he so distinguished himself whenever opportunities came his way that he finally succeeded in ascending the French throne, having himself proclaimed Emperor of France in 1804. He then set out to conquer the world. In a remarkably short time, he had dominated the whole of Europe except for England. In 1796, he married a charm­ing French lady, Josephine, but divorced her in 1809 as she had failed to bear a successor to the Emperor of Europe.