Guess The Attributes Of Allah 1

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  • 1. 

    The unique name of God which does not have any other forms to it like gender, superlative, plural etc.

    Explanation
    Allah is the correct answer because it is the unique name of God in Islam that does not have any other forms or variations. It is not gendered, superlative, or plural, making it a singular and exclusive name for God in the Islamic faith. The repetition of "Allah, allah" in the answer options emphasizes that regardless of the capitalization, the name remains the same and does not change in form.

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  • 2. 

    He has special mercy reserved for the believers on the day of judgment. He is_____

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Ar Raheem, ar raheem, ar Raheem." "Ar Raheem" is an Arabic term that translates to "The Most Merciful." This answer is supported by the statement in the question that "He has special mercy reserved for the believers on the day of judgment." The repetition of the term in different capitalization formats is likely a formatting error and does not affect the correctness of the answer.

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  • 3. 

    The names of Allah that He chose to begin all the 113 surahs in Quran with.

    Explanation
    The names of Allah that He chose to begin all the 113 surahs in the Quran with are "Ar Rahman" and "Ar Raheem." These names signify Allah's infinite mercy and compassion towards His creation. By starting the surahs with these names, Allah emphasizes His benevolence and willingness to forgive and guide His believers. The repetition of these names throughout the Quran serves as a reminder to seek Allah's mercy and to strive for righteousness in order to receive His blessings and forgiveness.

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  • 4. 

    A true mutawakkil is one who will do everything he can, but he'll put his entire trust upon Allah and not upon whatever he did, or any means or any person. This is applying Allah's name ____________ in our lives. 

    Explanation
    A true mutawakkil is someone who relies completely on Allah, putting their trust in Him alone and not in any other means or individuals. This is exemplified by the attribute of Al Wakeel, which means "The Trustee" or "The Ultimate Trustee". By applying this name of Allah in our lives, we acknowledge that He is the ultimate source of support, guidance, and protection, and we rely on Him alone for all our needs and affairs.

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  • 5. 

    In surah al-Muzzammil Allah says He's the Lord of the East and the West signifying that He'll take care of any of your problems that's between the east and the west. Which name of Allah does He use here to teach us this?  

    Explanation
    In this verse, Allah refers to Himself as "Al Wakeel" which means "The Trustee" or "The Guardian". By using this name, Allah is emphasizing that He is the ultimate caretaker and protector. He assures His believers that He will take care of all their problems and concerns that may arise from the east to the west. This name signifies Allah's ability to manage and handle all matters with perfect wisdom and justice.

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  • 6. 

    The names of Allah that share the same root in Arabic for 'a pregnant womb' denoting the extend of Allah's care for His slaves?

    Explanation
    The names of Allah that share the same root in Arabic for 'a pregnant womb' denoting the extent of Allah's care for His slaves are Ar Rahman and Ar Raheem. These names emphasize Allah's mercy and compassion towards His creation, highlighting His nurturing and protective qualities. The repetition of these names in different forms further emphasizes the depth and magnitude of Allah's care and concern for His slaves.

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  • 7. 

    When you make dua to Allah, remembering which name of Allah assures you of response for your dua?

    Explanation
    The name of Allah that assures a response for your dua is Al Mujeeb. This name means "The Responder" or "The Answerer". When you make dua to Allah and remember this name, it signifies that Allah is the one who listens and responds to your prayers. It shows that Allah is attentive to your needs and will answer your supplications.

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  • 8. 

    The name with which we start everything in our lives; which when mentioned shaitan flees.

    Explanation
    The answer "Allah, allah" is correct because Allah is the name with which we start everything in our lives. It is believed that when the name Allah is mentioned, shaitan (Satan) flees. The repetition of the name "allah" emphasizes the significance and power of this name in warding off evil.

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  • 9. 

    When you find all doors are closed in front of you see no solutions to your problem whatsoever, which name of Allah should instantly come to your mind?

    Explanation
    When faced with closed doors and no apparent solutions to a problem, the name of Allah that should come to mind is "Al Fattah." This name means "The Opener" or "The One who opens all doors." It signifies the belief that Allah has the power to open doors and provide solutions even in the most challenging situations. By remembering this name, one can find hope and trust in Allah's ability to bring forth opportunities and resolutions.

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  • 10. 

    The story of Haritha RA is an example of a man whom Allah granted the highest rank in paradise because he lived and died upon one of Allah's attributes. Which name of Allah is that attribute?

    Explanation
    The attribute of Allah that Haritha RA lived and died upon, which granted him the highest rank in paradise, is Al Haqq. Al Haqq refers to Allah being the ultimate truth, the one who is true in His essence, His words, and His actions. Haritha RA's life and death were in accordance with this attribute, meaning he lived a life of truthfulness, sincerity, and righteousness, ultimately leading to his reward in paradise.

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  • 11. 

    Which name of Allah has one of its meanings as  The Giver and Guardian Of Faith? 

    Explanation
    The name of Allah that has one of its meanings as "The Giver and Guardian of Faith" is Al Mu'min. This name signifies that Allah is the one who bestows faith and protects it. It highlights Allah's role in strengthening and safeguarding the believers' faith, providing them with the necessary support and assurance.

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  • 12. 

    When a HUGE sin that you committed weighs you down and makes you feel miserable about yourself, you should remind yourself that Allah is ____________ .

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Al Gafoor, al gafoor." "Al Gafoor" is one of the names of Allah in Islam, which means "The All-Forgiving." This name signifies that Allah is forgiving and merciful, even for the gravest sins committed by individuals. When someone feels burdened by their sins and feels miserable about themselves, reminding themselves of Allah's attribute of being Al Gafoor can bring comfort and hope for forgiveness and redemption. It serves as a reminder that Allah's mercy is infinite and that seeking forgiveness with sincerity can alleviate the weight of guilt and bring peace to the heart.

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  • 13. 

    If call upon Allah by a Beautiful Name, Allah will not only just forgive your sins,  but will also blot it out leaving no traces of it, like you did not even commit it. Which Beautiful Name of Allah is this?

    Explanation
    By calling upon Allah with the Beautiful Name "Al Afuww," one can receive forgiveness for their sins. Not only will Allah forgive the sins, but He will also completely erase any trace of them, as if they were never committed in the first place. "Al Afuww" is a Name of Allah that signifies His ability to pardon and overlook sins, demonstrating His immense mercy and willingness to forgive His believers.

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  • 14. 

    You have gone too far away from the remembrance of Allah. And you have stayed there for too long. However, you now have a longing to come back to Allah. In this situation which name of Allah gives you the confidence of Allah's acceptance of your return to Him? 

    Explanation
    The name "At Tawwab" refers to Allah's attribute of being the acceptor of repentance. In this situation, when someone has realized their distance from Allah and desires to return to Him, the name "At Tawwab" gives them confidence that Allah will accept their repentance and welcome them back. It reassures them that Allah is forgiving and merciful, and that their sincere efforts to seek forgiveness will not be in vain.

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  • 15. 

    • "Call upon Me; I will respond to you" (40:60).
    • "And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me - indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of the supplicant when he calls upon Me" (2:186).
    Guess the attribute.

    Explanation
    The attribute being referred to in this question is "Al Mujeeb". This attribute is mentioned in the given verses from the Quran (40:60 and 2:186) where Allah says that He will respond to the supplications and invocations of His servants when they call upon Him. "Al Mujeeb" means "The Responder" or "The Answerer". This attribute emphasizes the fact that Allah is near to His servants and readily responds to their prayers.

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  • 16. 

    Never ever despair of the mercy of Allah. He is____

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Ar Rahman, ar rahman." This refers to one of the 99 names of Allah in Islam, which means "The Most Merciful." The statement "Never ever despair of the mercy of Allah" emphasizes the idea that Allah is always merciful and forgiving, no matter how grave one's sins may be. This name highlights the compassionate nature of Allah and encourages believers to have hope in His mercy and seek forgiveness.

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  • 17. 

    Allah not just answers our duas but rather He only inspires us to make dua' to Him, which is a blessing in itself. He is_____.

    Explanation
    Allah is referred to as Al Mujeeb, which means "The Responder" or "The Answerer". This name emphasizes that Allah not only answers our prayers but also inspires us to make dua (supplication) to Him. It highlights the blessing of being able to communicate with Allah through dua and the fact that He responds to our prayers.

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  • 18. 

    "..... whoever relies upon Allah He is sufficient for him."  (Al Quran 65:3)

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Al Wakeel, al wakeel". The term "Al Wakeel" in Arabic means "The Trustee" or "The Guardian". In the given verse from the Quran, it is mentioned that whoever relies upon Allah, He is sufficient for them. This implies that Allah is the ultimate source of trust and reliance, and He is capable of taking care of all our needs and concerns. By mentioning "Al Wakeel" twice, it emphasizes the concept of complete trust and reliance on Allah as the ultimate guardian and protector.

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  • 19. 

    One of Allah's attributes which inspires us to uphold the truth, live by the truth, never conceal the truth. 

    Explanation
    Al Haqq is one of Allah's attributes that signifies the ultimate truth. This attribute inspires us to always uphold and live by the truth, never concealing it. It emphasizes the importance of honesty, integrity, and righteousness in our actions and interactions. By recognizing and embracing Al Haqq, we are encouraged to be truthful in all aspects of our lives, thereby fostering a just and harmonious society.

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  • 20. 

    Allah's Most Beautiful and Perfect names are called in Arabic as_______________.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Asma ul Husna". This refers to Allah's Most Beautiful and Perfect names in Arabic. "Asma" means names and "ul Husna" means the most beautiful. It is important to refer to these names correctly as they hold great significance in Islamic teachings and are believed to reflect Allah's attributes and qualities. The alternative answer "asman ul husna" is not correct as it does not accurately represent the Arabic term for Allah's names.

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