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There is no “correct” god. There is only the One God.

Have you ever wondered why God, in the Quran, has never attempted to prove why He is the “correct” God?

Being a revelation from God, there must be proof to show why “Allah” is God, right?

It has been stressed in the Quran many times that God is One. But the Quran has never attempted to prove which god is the “correct” God.

The truth is that there’s no such thing as the “correct” God. Let me explain…

God said:

Do you not see that God sends down water from the cloud, then We bring forth therewith fruits of various colors; and in the mountains are streaks, white and red, of various hues and (others) intensely black?

Quran, Al-Faatir, 35:27

Do you notice that the way this verse is structured suggests that the disbelievers already know that it is Allah/God that sends rain from the sky? And in this verse,

Say, ‘Have you considered: if your water were to become sunken [into the earth], then who could bring you flowing water?

Quran, Al-Mulk, 67:30

Again, another rhetorical question that seems to suggest that everyone already knows that Allah/God is the one who provides.

There are lots of these kinds of questions scattered throughout the Quran but not even one tries to prove why Allah is god. Weird?

That’s because everyone knows what God is. Everyone knows that God is the Creator of the Universe. But humans tend to forget about God and chase other things than God.

This is why the Quran was sent down – to remind you that your God is only one, do not set up partners/rivals/idols with him. The Quran (or the previous books) was not sent down to introduce a new concept of Godhood that is different from what humans already know.

And if you ask them, Who created the heavens and the earth and made the sun and the moon subservient, they will certainly say, Allah. Whence are they then turned away?

Allah makes abundant the means of subsistence for whom He pleases of His servants, and straitens them for whom (He pleases) surely Allah is Cognizant of all things.

And if you ask them Who is it that sends down water from the clouds, then gives life to the earth with it after its death, they will certainly say, Allah. Say: All praise is due to Allah. Nay, most of them do not understand.

Quran, Al-Ankabut, 29:61-63

The verses above again prove that the question is not about which god is the right god but why have you not returned to God.

Root of Confusion

The root of the confusion could probably be because we were taught since young to believe that Allah is the correct god and not to worship other gods. This is problematic.

The language we use deeply affects our subconscious mind.

There is no such thing as “the correct god” there’s only “what is God?” and “what are the necessary attributes of God?”

The truth is Allah simply means “The [One] God” in Arabic. It is from the article al (the) and the word ilaah (god). Al + Ilah = Allah = The [One] God.

So if you say “Allah is the right God” it’s like saying “God is the right God” which makes no sense. Because it is already implied that there’s only one true God when you say “God” or “Allah”.

Again, it’s not a matter of who is the right God, it’s about what/who is God and what are His necessary attributes. We need to reverse the programming that has been done on us.

That’s why the Qur’an has never attempted to prove why Allah is the right God. Everyone already knows that there is a singular higher power that encompasses everything.

Your Subconscious Mind

If you truly understand what I’m trying to say, you would have now know that it is stupid/ridiculous or even abhorring to say things like “gods,” “I pray to my god and you pray to your god,” or “my god is the right god.”

Those sentence make absolutely zero sense and a form of disrespect to God.

Until you can wake up from the lie of which God is the correct god (or which religion is the correct religion) you’ll never wake up from the truth and remain programmed by the psy-op forever.

If you’re wondering about “if there’s only one God, then what is God and what are His necessary attributes?” click here or here.

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