Reminders on Al Jabbaar
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Reminders on Al Jabbaar

If you think Allah (swt) doesn’t care about your heart, you’re wrong. Allah is Al-Jabbar: The Mender of broken hearts.

The mother of prophet Musa was instructed to place him in the water if she feared for his life at the hands of Pharaoh’s army:

“And We inspired to the mother of Moses, ‘Suckle him; but when you fear for him, cast him into the river and do not fear and do not grieve. Indeed, We will return him to you and will make him [one] of the messengers'” (28:7).

She did one of the most difficult things a mother could do. But she held herself together with the help and guidance of her Lord, and watched him drift away.

Musa was accepted into the house of Aasiya, but he refused to breastfeed from any woman and his sister who had been following him, led them to take the baby back to his mother.

What was the purpose of Allah (swt) returning Musa to his mother? Musa could have breastfed from any woman without returning to his mother and still grown up to be the messenger of Allah, not decreasing anything from his righteousness or his remarkable journey and story.

But there was a reason Musa had to come home to his mother:

“So We restored him to his mother that she might be content and not grieve and that she would know that the promise of Allah is true. But most of the people do not know” (28:13).

Allah returned Musa to his mother simply so that her heart would be at ease, so that her faith would not waiver, and so she would know Allah’s promise is true.

Allah (swt) cared about this woman. He mended her heart, not so that the course of history could change or some big momentous event could take place.

He mended it because He is Merciful and Loving to the believers. And so that when we read her story, we can know the extent of His Love and Mercy.

That is enough of a reason.

By: Asmaa Hussein

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