Kisah Supernatural Dari Dunia Jin Vol 2: Volume 2

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Jin adalah makhluk yang diciptakan oleh Allah SWT dari api dan ia mempunyai kemampuan untuk menampilkan dirinya dalam berbagai bentuk yang berbeda. Mereka juga makan-minum, melakukan hubungan lawan jenis, dan melahirkan keturunan, sebagaimana halnya manusia. Mereka dapat melihat manusia, sedangkan manusia tidak dapat menangkap sosok mereka (kecuali atas izin Allah SWT).

Di antara mereka ada yang beriman dan ada pula yang kafir. Firman Allah SWT, ''Dan Kami telah menciptakan jin sebelum (Adam) dari api yang sangat panas.'' (QS Alhijr [15]: 27). Katakanlah (hai Muhammad), ''Telah diwahyukan kepadamu bahwasanya: telah mendengarkan sekumpulan jin, lalu mereka berkata: Sesungguhnya kami telah mendengarkan Alquran yang menakjubkan, (yang) memberi petunjuk kapada jalan yang benar, lalu kami beriman kepadanya. Dan kami sekali-kali tidak akan mempersekutukan seseorang pun dengan Tuhan kami.'' (QS Aljin [72]: 1-2).

Selama ini sebagian besar orang menyangka bahwa setan merupakan makhluk halus jahat yang selalu mengganggu kaum manusia. Padahal, Allah SWT secara tegas berfirman, "Dan demikianlah Kami jadikan bagi tiap-tiap nabi itu musuh, yaitu setan-setan (dari jenis) manusia dan (dan jenis) jin, sebagian mereka membisikkan kepada sebagian yang lain dengan perkataan-perkataan yang indah-indah untuk menipu (manusia) ....'' (QS Alan'aam [6]: 112).

Tentang ayat di atas, Ibnu Katsir mengatakan, ''Setan itu sendiri berarti segala sesuatu yang menyimpang dari tabiatnya berupa kejahatan. Dan tidak ada yang memusuhi para Rasul melainkan syaitan-syaitan baik dari jenis manusia maupun jin.''

Berbicara mengenai Iblis, Al Hasan Bishri mengemukakan, ''Iblis itu bukan dari golongan malaikat, sesungguhnya ia berasal dari golongan jin, sebagaimana Adam as adalah asal mula manusia.''

Allah SWT berfirman, ''Dan (ingatlah) ketika Kami berfirman kepada para malaikat, 'Sujudlah kamu kepada Adam, maka sujudlah mereka kecuali Iblis. Dia adalah dari golongan jin, maka ia mendurhakai perintah Tuhannya. Patutkah kamu mengambil dia dan keturunannya sebagai pemimpin selain daripada-Ku, sedang mereka adalah musuhmu? Amat buruklah iblis itu sebagai pengganti (dari Allah) bagi orang-orang yang zalim'.'' (QS Alkahfi [18]: 50).

Di antara jin ada yang taat dan ada pula yang menyimpang dari kebenaran. Jin yang taat adalah yang benar-benar memilih jalan yang lurus. Kemudian ia akan mendapat surga dan segala yang telah Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala sediakan untuk kaum yang shalih.

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Apr 28, 2016
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Human development consists of processes of growth and change that takes place from birth to the end of life.  The development process is externally influenced from sensory inputs through the organs, and it is internally self-propelled from things which happen within the human body and mind.  Our focus here is the development of the human mind, which takes place through sensory inputs and internal mental processes.  This development includes learning through the senses and cognition that occurs when learning is abstracted into knowledge for subsequent use.

Islam identifies two sources which play the roles of nurturing or corrupting human development.  Inspiration from divine guidance nurtures human development.  Not paying attention to divine guidance and succumbing to conspiracies, arising from within or externally from one’s environment, corrupts human development.

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We have the best of everything readily available, yet the reality is we have nothing.  Nothing that comforts the soul.  Beautiful furnishings do not hold our hand in the darkest night.  The latest entertainment centre does not wipe our tears or soothe our furrowed brow.  Those of us living with pain and grief, or afflicted with hardship feel abandoned.  We feel rudderless on an open sea.  Huge waves threaten to engulf us at any given moment.  Our desires and debts stand at the apex and loom over us, like great avenging angels, and we search for comfort in addictions and self-destructive behaviour.

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“Verily, in the remembrance of God do hearts find rest.” (Quran 13:28)

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