jerahi, agama-agama itu cahaya dan islam yang menjaga cahaya itu.
m.bagir nafsyu sifat itu dari imam ali memang sesuai dnegan teori metafisika
The noun God is the proper English name used for the deity of monotheistic faiths. Various English third-person pronouns are used for God, and the correctness of each is disputed. (See God and gender.)
Different names for God exist within different religious traditions:
- El, and the plural form Elohim, is used frequently in Hebrew texts. El was originally a Canaanite god whose name, meaning powerful one, became generic for all god(s) and mighty men in Hebrew. It also is used in reference to deities of other religions, to angels, and to human judges.
- Allah is the Arabic name for God, which is used by Muslims and also by most non-Muslim Arabs. It is derived from the word ilah, a cognate of the northwest Semitic El (Hebrew "El", dual form "Eloah", Aramaic אלהא "Elâhâ"), which, like el, eloah and elaha, is the generic word for a god (any deity). As Allah contains the Arabic definite article "Al", "Allah" means the God. When speaking in English, Muslims often translate "Allah" as "God". One Islamic tradition states that Allah has 99 names, or attributes, while others say that all good names belong to Allah. Arab Christians also refer to God as "Allah".
- YHWH (Hebrew: Yodh-He-Waw-He, יהוה ), often transliterated as Yahweh, is the name most often used for God in untranslated Hebrew scriptures, appearing more than 6700 times and usually translated as the LORD (cf. Adonai) in most English Bibles. In some cases, it is transliterated to function as a name as in Jehovah as found in the American Standard Version, the Darby Bible and the New World Translation or Yahweh as found the Jerusalem Bible.
- The Holy Trinity (one God in three Persons, God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Ghost/Holy Spirit) is a term used to denote God in almost all Christianity.
- Devudu (God), Telugu for "God".
- Abba, Aramaic for "father", is a word occasionally used in Christianity to refer to God. It is also used as a title of honor for bishops and patriarchs in some Christian churches of Egypt, Syria, and Ethiopia. According to the Gospel of Mark, Jesus referred to God using that word.
- Within Christianity God is known by names that describe his character. (ie El-Roi [God who sees], Jehovah (Yahweh)-Nissi [The Lord is my banner], Jehovah (Yahweh)-Jireh [The Lord will provide], et al.
- Deus, cognate of the Greek ζευς (Zeus) is the Latin word for God, and is used in Latin portions of Roman Catholic masses.
- Igzi'abihier (lit. "Lord of the Universe") or Amlak (lit. the plural of mlk, "king" or "lord") in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.
- Jah is the name of God in the Rastafari movement, referring specifically to Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia.
- Ngai, is the Maasai name for "God" (also spelled:'Ngai, En-kai, Enkai, Engai, Eng-ai) which occurs in the volcano name Ol Doinyo Lengai ("the mountain of God").
- Niskam is The Mi'kmaq name for "God".
- "the One" used along side "God" is being used by some churches (United Church of Canada, Religious Science) as a more gender-neutral way of referring to God (See also Oneness).
- "Baquan" is a phonetical pronunciation for God in several Pacific Islander religions.
- Bhagavan - "The Opulent One", Brahman -"The Great", Paramatma - "The Supersoul" and Ishvara- "The Controller", are the terms used for God in the Vedas. A number of Hindu traditions worship a personal form of God or Ishvara, such as Vishnu or Shiva, whereas others worship a non-personal Supreme Cosmic Spirit, known as Brahman. The Vaishnava schools consider Vishnu as the Supreme Personality of Godhead and within this tradition is the Vishnu sahasranama, which is a hymn describing the one thousand names of God (Vishnu). Shaivites consider Shiva as the Supreme God in similar way to the followers of Vaishnavism. The Supreme Ishvara of Hinduism must not be confused with the numerous deities or demigods who are collectively known as devas.
- Waheguru Wondrous God, is the Sikhs way of worshipping God with these common names Satnaam (True is Your Name), Akal (the Eternal) or Onkar (some similarity to the Hindu Aum). They believe that when reciting these names, devotion, dedication and a genuine appreciation and acceptance of the Almighty and the blessings thereof (as opposed to mechanical recitation) is essential if one is to gain anything by the meditation. The assistance of the guru is also believed to be essential to reach God.
- Anami Purush and Radha Swami also (nameless power) (lord of the soul, symbolized as Radha)are used in Surat Shabda Yoga, to refer to God.
- "Mwari" is the word used by Shona people of Zimbabwe. They also use names such as Nyadenga in reference to his presumed residence in the 'heveans', or Musikavanhu, literally "the Creator".
- "The Great Spirit", "The Master of Life", "The Master of Breath", or "Grandfather" is the way many Native American religions refer to God. In the Algonquian culture, for example, Gitche Manitou or "Great Spirit" was the name adopted by French missionaries for the Christian God. Other similar names may also be used.
- Shang Ti 上帝 typically used in Chinese, and the name (Hanyu Pinyin: shàng dì) (literally King Above), is the name given for God in the Standard Mandarin Union Version of the Bible. Shen 神 (lit. spirit, or deity) was also adopted by Protestant missionaries in China to refer to the Christian God.
- "Principle, Mind, Soul, Life, Truth, Love, and Spirit" are names for God in Christian Science. These names are considered synonymous and indicative of God's wholeness.
lurah ini paling uska dengan uang, baginya uang tidak apa-apa dikorupsi dari oran glan asalkan
uang itu untuk kebaikan juga.
hidden treasure, epseity, kegaiban mutlak, tapi ketia manisfestasi sejelas-jealsnya tidak mengenaln juga tuhan , al-haq, tuhan itu reatif dan nisbah.
junuduh mujanadah ruh itu saling berhubunganda terikat, klaau kita ingat orang tua, maka orang tua juga mengingat kita, kalau kita ingat allah, maka allah juga meningat kita, kita ingat imam-imam maka mereka juga mengingat kita.
gibah itu memutuskan hubungan hati,
salah satu hidanga langit adlaah ramadhan,
kaum kristian berusaha menghadirkan tuhan
kerajaan tuhan i di muka bumi
mau menjadi anak-anak tuhan?
bibcel yang bergeliat dengan sejarah itu yang menairk kata iones rahmat
memang tujuan penciptaan adalah manusia, lihat pengantar tamhidul qawaid kasyani.
atau cinta kata jerrahi
memanga kalau merenugkan ayat-ayat al-quran ktia menemukan betapa kita harus megnanal sifat-asma, bahwa tuhan selalu ingin mmeberikan kebiakan kepad amanusia.
qul huwa llahu ahad
lafazd huwa lebih dahulu. yaitu ummmul asma wa ismu adzam, huwa pasti adalah isyarat keapda maw
qam dzat dan ahadiyat wujud.
karena absolut maka ia ada dimana-mana (Ut bagir).
makna kaun (kosmos) kosmiks , semesta, alam?
kaun segala urusan yang memiliki eksitensi (kulu amrin wujudi) dan untuk mentahqik itu perlu mukadimab bahwa wahdat itu ada dua i'itibar :
1. dzati yang disebtu wahdah ,umutlak dan kedua lahiqun laha ;ariduh iyaah yagn diasebut whawahdah idhafi
roh sakh ast magar yos syawad lutf khudo
warnah insan nabard sharfe ze syaitan rajim
qatha in marhaleh bihamrohi khdiri makkun
zulmat as betars az ghumrohi
teman di hongkong diberi semangat tentang tugas-tuga ssuci nabi dalam menyebarkan kebenaran
tentang kerberhasillnay emempengaruhi ketua-ketua.
gaji 3 juta setengeh perbulan.