What does an angel look like

Angels (Arabic: الملائكة (plural); singular: الملك) according to Islam are creatures created by Allah SWT who do not eat and do not drink and also do not have lust like humans. Angels are creatures who always obey Allah and never disobey Him. Angels always worship Allah swt non-stop and they love to seek and surround the remembrance ceremony. Angels have the ability given by Allah SWT that they can change their shape like humans. Angels are heavenly creatures created by Allah (Islam) from light to perform certain tasks assigned to them. According to Arabic, the word "Angels" is the plural of the word malak which means strength. This word is a form of mashdar (infinitive) al-alukah which means treatise or mission. While the bearer of the mission is usually called the Apostle. Believing in the existence of angels is one of the six Pillars of Faith in Islam, precisely the second pillar of faith. Believing in angels means believing in angels, even though they are invisible, and believing that they are one of God's creatures. They worship God and always obey Him and never sin. No one knows the exact number of angels, only Allah knows the number. Although basically humans cannot see angels but if God wills then angels can be seen by humans. This usually happened to the prophets and apostles.

Angels always appear in the form of men to the prophets and apostles, as happened to the Prophet Abraham. Among the angels that every Muslim must know as one of the Pillars of Faith, based on the Qur'an, hadith and books. The leader of the angels, in charge of conveying revelation and teaching it to the prophets and apostles. The trumpeter on the Day of Resurrection and the Day of Resurrection (yaumul ba'ats). Examiner of human charity in the realm of barzakh. Gentle slayers of good beings. The four angels who carry the Throne of Allah, on the Day of Resurrection their number will be increased by four to eight. The angels who circled the Throne while glorifying. The angels who always keep (guard) humans from death until a predetermined time that comes and goes. An angel who constantly calls the believers to rejoice and the evil people to restrain all evil during the first night of the month of Ramadan until dawn. The angels who call on believers to enter certain doors depend on their deeds of worship. Two angels who cry every day which is heard by all His creatures except humans and jinn. The angels who guard the cities of Mecca and Medina from the arrival of the Dajjal. The angels are looking for people who make remembrance of Allah. The angels who seek knowledge assemblies. The angel who recommended cupping when Muhammad was mi'raj to Sidratul Muntaha. Controlling the ropes of Hell Hell - 70 thousand angels who control the reins of Hell Hell. The angels who say, "Amen (O Allah, grant his prayer for his brother) and you will get what he gets", to those who pray for the goodness of his brother without their knowledge.

The angels who pray for forgiveness for those who pray to the Prophet Muhammad.

Twelve angels scramble to deliver a prayer of praise to one of the prophet's companions to God. 70 thousand angels who witnessed the death of Sa'ad bin Muadz. The angels who protect the believers when living in this world and the hereafter, when the believers are dying they will provide support. The angels who are assigned to distinguish between right and wrong to humans and jinn. Peace of mind - Angels who pray for a believer to confirm the believer's stance. The seven angels guard the seven gates of heaven. They were created by Allah before He created the heavens and the earth. The angels greet the inhabitants of heaven. The angels who are around the 'Throne who ask forgiveness for the believers. The exalted angels praise Allah and ask forgiveness for people on earth. The angels who pray for forgiveness for the men who sincerely pray in congregation in the mosque. 70 thousand angels who accompany and pray for forgiveness for Muslims who visit the sick. The angels who pray for forgiveness for those who pray to the Prophet Muhammad. The angels who pray for forgiveness for those who teach kindness to fellow human beings.

The angels who are in the clothes of the sleeping person are in a state of purity. Angels who govern human affairs in the world. The angels who listen and swallow the recitation of the Qur'an when people pray. An angel who listens to the human recitation of the Qur'an. The angels who pray every morning and evening for those who donate with prayers of goodness and those who hold infaq with prayers of destruction. The name of the Angel of Death is said to be Izrail, the source is not found in either the Quran or Hadith. It is possible that the name of the angel Azrael was obtained from the Israiliyat source. In the Qur'an he is simply called Malak al-Maut or the Angel of Death. The Angel Gabriel, although his name is only mentioned twice in the Qur'an, he is also mentioned in many places in the Qur'an by other names such as Ruh al-Qudus, Ruh al-Amin and others. Of the names of the angels above, there are several specifically named in the Qur'an, namely Jibril (Al Baqarah 2:97,98 and At Tahrim 66:4), Mikail (Al Baqarah 2:98) and Malik (Al Baqarah 2:98). Al-Hujurat) and others. While Israfil, Munkar and Nakir are mentioned in the Hadith.

Praise be to Allah, the Creator of the heavens and the earth, Who made the angels as messengers (to take care of various affairs) who have two, three and four wings, respectively. Allah adds to His creation what He wills. Do you know what (Hell) Saqar is? Saqar does not leave and does not allow. Indeed, Allah has assigned two angels to write down everything that is done or said by one of His servants. When that person dies, then God commands the two Angels with His words: "Should both of you stay in the grave of My servant and you should say tasbih, tahmid and takbir until the Day of Judgment and you should write down the reward for My servant. that." (Narrated by verily one of you his creation is collected in his mother's stomach for 40 days in the form of nuthfah (union of sperm with ovum), then it becomes 'alaqah (clot of blood) like that. Then it becomes mudghah (a lump of flesh) like that too. Then an angel was sent to him to breathe the spirit in it, and was ordered to write down four things, namely to write down his sustenance, his death, his deeds, and his misfortune or happiness. The Jews came to the Prophet, and they asked, "O Abul Qasim, we are going to ask you about some things. If you answer, we will follow, believe and believe in you." They asked, "Tell us about ar Ra'd, what is it?" He replied, "One of the angels who was assigned the task of controlling the clouds." (Hadith narrated by an Nasai, quoted by Shaykh al Albani in ash Shahihah no. From 'Ikrimah said that Ibn 'Abbas radhiallahu 'anhuma when he heard the sound of thunder, he said, 'Subhanalladzi sabbahat lahu', "Glory be to Allah, who thunders praises to- His. Then he said, "Indeed, lightning is an angel who shouts (screams) to regulate the rain as a cattle herder yells at his animals." (See Adabul Mufrod no.

Book of Dalilul Falihin Li Thuruqi Riyadhus Sholihin, Author: Muhammad bin Allan As-Shodiqi Asy-Syafi'i. Narrated from Aisha, She asked the prophet, "Did you have a difficult day at the Battle of Uhud? The Prophet replied, "Your tribe has caused me a lot of trouble, and the problem was worse when on the day of Aqabah, when I introduced myself to Ibn ' Abd-Yalail bin 'Abd-Kulal and he did not respond to my request. Then I set off, overwhelmed with grief, I continued on my way, and could not relax until I found myself in Qarn ath-Taalib, when I lifted my head to the sky to see the clouds that were looming over me, unexpectedly when I looked up, saw Jibril above the clouds. Whoever prays on a piece of land, the angels will pray on his right and left. Praise be to Allah with many praises, good and full of blessings." Then the Prophet said: "I saw 12 angels scrambling to convey it to Allah. Hadith narrated by Muslim and Abu Uwanah. The Nature of the Prophet's Prayer. Iftitah prayers, p. Ibn Mubarak said that Khalid bin Ma'dan asked Mu'adz bin Jabal to tell him about a hadith he had heard from Muhammad. The sky was about to burst from above (because of the greatness of God) and the angels glorified and praised their Lord and asked forgiveness for those on earth. The prayer of a man in congregation exceeds his prayer in the market or his house (alone or munfarid) by twenty more (three to nine degrees). That is because when a person performs ablution and improves his ablution method, then goes to the mosque, not wanting to go to the mosque but wanting to pray, and no one moves him to go to the mosque except for prayer, then he does not take a step unless he is raised in level. equal and because of that, one fault was dissolved (ie each step above) so that he entered the mosque.

If he has entered the mosque, then he gets the reward as in a state of prayer, as long as it is prayer that causes him to stay in the mosque, also the angels pray to get God's mercy on one of you, as long as he is still in a safe place. he prayed there. Verily Allah and His angels pray for those who close the ranks of prayer. Whoever visits the sick in the morning will be accompanied by 70. 000 angels, all begging forgiveness for him until the evening, and he gets a garden in Jannah. There is no servant who says sholawat to me, except that an angel will pray for him, as long as he prays to me. So let the servant increase or decrease the shalawat (the more shalawat, the more and bigger the prayer from the angel. Whoever sleeps in a pure state, then the angel will be with him in his clothes. I went to Shafwan bin 'Assal to ask about wiping two khuf shoes (bot). Narrated by Imam Tirmidhi and others and Imam Tirmidhi said that this hadith is hasan sahih. Hajjah Amina Adil (2012). "Ezra".

Muhammad the Messenger of Islam: His life & prophecy. Colby, Frederick S (2008). Narrating Muhammad's Night Journey: Tracing the Development of the Ibn 'Abbas Ascension Discourse. State University of New York Press. They (angels) always glorify (worship Allah) at night and during the day without stopping. O you who believe, protect yourselves and your families from the fire of hell whose fuel is man and stone; His guardians are angels who are harsh, harsh, and do not disobey Allah for what He commands them and always do what is commanded. The Prophet Muhammad said, "How can I not be ashamed of a man who even the angels are ashamed of?" The Prophet Muhammad said, "Whoever eats garlic, onion and lily should not approach our mosque, because the angels feel pain (disturbed) with things that make humans feel sick." Then served it to them. Ibrahim then said, "Please eat." (But they did not want to eat), so Ibrahim was afraid of them. They said, "Don't be afraid. "And they gave him good tidings with (the birth of) a pious son (Isaac). And tell (the story of) Maryam in the Qur'an, that when she distanced herself from her family to a place in the east, then she put up a veil ( protecting him) from them; then We sent Our spirit (Gabriel) to him, so he appeared before him (in the form of) a perfect human being. And the angels are in the corners of the sky. And on that day eight angels will uphold the 'Throne of your Lord. on top of them.

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