The first and basic or scientific problem of human life, or rather the basic questions about human life itself, are as follows: 

  • Who am I?
  • Where do I come from?
  • Who sent me?
  • Did I come myself or were I sent?
  • And then where will I go, what is my destination?
  • The entity who created me, who is that entity, and what is his relationship with me who sent me or created me in this world?
  • What is the purpose of my coming to this world?
  • Should I contact that entity? Or Can I contact that entity? Or how can I contact him?
  • Why did Allah send His messengers?
  • What was the purpose of sending the messengers?
  • The person who will put me in touch with that entity, will he be an authentic source?

These are the basic questions that every human beings wanted to know their answers to. 

Every intelligent and conscious person has a basic and cognitive problem in his life, rather he asks himself who sent me or created me, and where I have to go, is my existence and life limited only to this world? Or I have to go to another place or destination, what is my original destination, what is the path to reach that destination, and who is the entity who sent or created me, what is his relationship with me? Should I have a relationship with Him, and how do I relate or connect with this Creator?

These are the fundamental questions that bother every intelligent person. And his entire practical life depends on the answers to these questions. If the answers to all these questions are correct, then the life of a person will be correct and will go in the right direction, and if the answers to these questions are wrong, then the whole life will be spent in the wrong path and uncertainty.

It is thereby established that the ultimate and actual destination is the essence of Allah Almighty, and all of Allah’s Prophets are the correct paths to reach that destination.

Human beings gave answers to these emerging questions with their best efforts. But today there is some answer to these questions, tomorrow something else, and there is no satisfaction with any answer. I answered something based on my guess, you answered something else, and no one is satisfied with the answer.

It seems that man is unable to provide answers to these common and basic questions. For example, what is the human mind? What is its capacity for thought and contemplation? The truth is that we are slaves to our five senses, such as seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching. These are our major means of perception. However, unfortunately, these means are imperfect, limited, and sometimes deceptive.

Sometimes we experience an illusion, for example, an object seems small to us but in reality, it is a very big object, like the sun and the moon, etc. Sometimes a thing exists but is not visible, for example, wind. Sometimes a thing does not exist, but it is visible, for example, when you travel in the desert, you see water in the distance, but when you get closer, it is not actually there, this is what we call it hallucination.

This shows that the human senses, which provide information, are not always accurate. The reason for this is that human resources are limited. A human can only hear up to a certain extent; beyond that, the human auditory system cannot function. Similarly, a human can only see up to a certain extent; beyond that limit, they cannot see.

1: Hearing Capacity: (The ‘normal’ hearing frequency range of a healthy young person is about 20 to 20,000Hz.).

2: Vision Capacity: There is no practical limit to how far the naked human eye can see. The human range of vision is infinite. However, several factors affect the distance you can see. The human eye can see objects at any distance provided they are bright enough and there are no obstructions in between.

Whatever information humans obtain through their five senses, it is through this acquired information that they will engage in reasoning and contemplation. We make connections between these pieces of information and then make life decisions based on these informations.

So, it became known that our intellect is helpless because it depends on limited senses. Therefore, based on this information, the result is also flawed. At this point, human beings receive guidance from Allah (revelation of Allah Almighty) for correct understanding. And for the true guidance of humanity, Allah sends His Prophets.

And then, for all those fundamental questions to which human beings don’t have any satisfactory answers, Allah sends His Prophets to provide the correct and hundred percent accurate answers. And the Prophet sent by Allah is not dependent on these limited and imperfect human senses. He doesn’t talk and engage in doubt, conjecture, or speculation.

The Prophet of Allah communicates with humans, saying that the means of knowledge available to him are highly accurate and certain. This is because the One who sent him, Allah Himself, has revealed it. I engage in direct conversation with Allah, and He communicates with me through heavenly means, so there is no possibility of error in it.

Therefore, it is evident that those who rely on reason and the five senses for understanding have a completely different way of thinking, style, approach, and manner of living. Therefore, the special people, the prophets, their thinking, their style, their elegance, and their way of living are completely different.

People who follow their logic do not trust their own words. Every conversation of those people is subject to doubt and suspicion. These people say one thing today and something else tomorrow, resulting in them never acting upon anything. The reason for this is that they lack conviction in their ideas and theories; instead of certainty, they only have conjecture and estimation. They are overwhelmed by doubt, which is why they are hesitant to take practical steps. Action is related to belief. The reason is the immaturity of character.

People who solely rely on the dictates of their intellect often fail to reach a consensus among themselves. such people who only follow their wisdom do not agree with each other, Whether they are philosophers or thinkers.

In contrast, the Prophets sent by Allah bring a divine revelation, therefore what they say today, they will say the same thing even after a hundred years. There is no contradiction in their words. And when they (the Prophets) state something, there is no doubt or speculation about what they have said afterward. Rather, whatever they say is based on the certain knowledge revealed to them by Allah Almighty.

Another interesting thing is that one prophet was revealed in Arabia, another came in Iraq and the third came in Egypt, and so this series continued until Allah willed, and finally, this series of prophethood ended with the Last Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

The other interesting thing is that Allah revealed a prophet a thousand years ago with some scriptures or the whole book and revealed another prophet two thousand or three thousand years later. One prophet was revealed in Arabia, the second prophet was sent to Iraq, and the third prophet was sent to Egypt or Palestine.

One prophet was revealed 1000 miles away, and the second prophet was revealed 2000 miles away in another region, similarly the third prophet was revealed 3000 miles away in another region. If we examine carefully, there is a difference of thousands of years and thousands of distances between the revelations of all the prophets.

But all the prophets speak the same thing, there is no difference or contradiction in the words of any prophet. Everyone agrees on the same thing. There is a difference of thousands of years and thousands of miles between all these prophets. But everyone’s thoughts are the same, everyone’s beliefs are the same. It is clear from this that all these Prophets were revealed by the same Creator, who is only Allah.

All these prophets follow what they say by themselves. They don’t just speak verbally. They also act on what they say. They are practical models. They are firm in character and their words. Because the source and basis of their information is only Allah.

That’s why you go to any area or region of the world. Because there is no region of the world where Allah has not sent down any of His prophets.

And for every people, there is a guide (Al-Ra’ad: 7) And as God Almighty said: And indeed, we have sent into every nation a messenger (An-Nahl: 36) And as God Almighty said: And there is not a nation but a warner has entered into it (Fatir: 24).

If you travel to any corner of the world and hear discussions about truth, the beauty of character, trust, mutual love, morals, and humanity, or witness any good deed, and strive to find the source of all these virtues, that where did all these virtues come from? You will come to know that this is the message of any Prophet of Allah Almighty.

That’s why it becomes apparent from it that if a person lives his life relying on his intellect, senses, perception, and assumptions, then he is a lost person. Then it seems that person is characterless, immoral, and ineffective, rather, that person is unreliable.

The entity that engenders knowledge, certain knowledge, ethics, faith, mature action, good conduct, spirituality, and mutual love among humans is only the essence of a Prophet. Therefore, if considered from this point of view, man’s main need is the Prophet of Allah.

Allah indeed had favored the believers when He sent a messenger among them from themselves. He rehearses upon them His signs and he sanctifies them and he teaches them the book and the wisdom even though before that they were surely in evident misguidance. [Surah al-Imran (The Family of Imran, The House of Imran) 3:164.].

This is the reason that Allah has bestowed many favors on us, but the favor that Allah has bestowed on us by mentioning it is the sending of the Prophet, Therefore, the sending of the Messenger is a great favor of Allah to man.

Because through the help of the Prophet, a person connects with his Creator, communicates with Allah, receives and accepts Allah’s message, teachings, and knowledge, adopts them, acts upon them, and thereby becomes a successful human being.

The significant benefit of Prophethood is that whereas humanity was previously lost and confused, now it has been endowed with the wealth of certainty. Now, the clear destination is apparent before humanity, there is a path to reach that destination, and it is the way that one adopts.

Man is ready to make every sacrifice to reach this destination. And is willing to take other people to this destination and is willing to love people together to achieve this destination. Therefore, the wealth of prophethood is a great need of man, therefore Allah fulfilled this need for the welfare and survival of man.

Allah has created innumerable kinds of blessings to fulfill the needs of man. For example, different types of food and drinks, warm and light clothes to wear, and houses to live in, etc., Allah has created countless blessings and necessities for these human beings. We humans are created from two things, one is the body and the other is the soul. Allah has provided various kinds of food and drink to fulfill the necessities of the body. Clothing, which is obtained from various materials like cotton, is provided for covering the body.

All the necessities of the human body come from the earth, such as different crops like wheat, corn, vegetables, and water, etc. How can it be that Allah has ensured the fulfillment of the necessities of the body but not of the soul? If the body does not receive proper and balanced food and water, it becomes weak and susceptible to various diseases. And when a human dies, this same body is buried in the earth because the human body is created from the earth and ultimately returns to it.

Similarly, Allah has also arranged complete provisions for the soul. If the soul does not receive its nourishment, like the body, it too becomes susceptible to various spiritual diseases. Allah has sent down heavenly books through His Holy Prophets for the nourishment of the soul. If a person acts upon the guidance written in Allah’s book, then the soul will remain healthy and well; otherwise, the situation will be contrary.

Allah is the destination and all the Prophets are the way. Love should be given to both Allah and all the Prophets. If you consider the path, you will also like the destination. Love of the path leads to the destination and love of the destination guides the path. This means that to obey Allah Almighty, one should follow the instructions of the Prophets, choose their likes or dislikes, and adopt all their ways. Allah will love you in return. The love of Allah lies in following and obeying the Messenger. A psychological problem here is that imitation is fundamentally ingrained in humans. This happens when someone imitates others.

The Quran makes it clear that the purpose of the universe is humans, and everything else in the universe has been created by God for the benefit of humans. Everything produced on Earth is created for the sake of humans. This is mentioned in Surah Al-Baqarah as follows:

He it is Who created for you all that is on earth. (Quran Chapter Al-Baqarah: The Cow:2:29).


All the things that Allah Almighty has created in the universe. We must take work from them, or I should worship them. For example, Allah created the cow to drink its milk of it or to honor or worship the cow, I have to serve the cow or I will take help from it. And what are your thoughts and ideas about all other similar creatures? Therefore the question arises in this regard, Man has to serve them or take service from all of these creatures.

Now the difficulty is how will a person answer these questions correctly? Because today there is one type of answer, tomorrow something else. The answers to these questions are varied in nature. For example, I answered something but you answered something else, and if you answered something today, tomorrow is something else.

There is no satisfaction in any answer. The man seems helpless to understand or answer these common questions. What is the human brain? What is his concern and what is his consideration? Actually, we are slaves to our five senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch). 


Human in the Qur'an



To answer these questions, but also to examine other matters of daily life, we need these great senses. Unfortunately, these sources are incomplete and limited, and they are also deceptive. Sometimes we have illusions. A thing is huge but looks small. For example, the Sun and the Moon are seen as two round plates, but in reality, they are both very large worlds.

Sometimes things seem big and sometimes things seem small, but the reality is the opposite. Sometimes things never exist but can be seen, this is called illusion. For example, you see water in the desert, but in reality, there is no water. Sometimes things seem big and sometimes things seem small but the reality is the opposite. Sometimes things never exist but can be seen it is called illusion. For example, you see water in the desert but in reality, it is not there.

This shows that the information given by the five senses of man is not correct and is limited. For example, I can hear to a certain extent; I can’t bear to listen anymore. And I can see up to a point, I can’t see much further than that. We will be able to act with intellect and understanding according to the information of these senses. We gather this information, then we make connections between them and conclude them. We call them rational foundations.

The problem is that our mind depends on these helpless and limited five senses. Hence the results are not based on reality. On this occasion, the revelation of Allah Almighty comes to our help. Rather, the Messenger of Allah also comes in this matter. And then God’s prophet comes to answer all these questions correctly. And God’s messengers are not slaves to these humble, incomplete and limited five senses. They do not speak that is based on thought, doubt, or imagination, but the Prophet of Allah speaks directly and simply. Because the source of knowledge of the Prophet of God is very certain and perfect.

Because Allah gives knowledge to His prophets. They are sent to guide people. The Prophet of Allah communicates with God, so there is no possibility of error in the knowledge of the Prophet of Allah. This is the reason why people rely only based on the mind and based on these five senses, their thinking, conduct, and behavior are different. On the contrary, those who are God’s messengers and give us knowledge only based on revelation, their way of thinking, and way of life are all different.

There is an important difference between people. People who live only with the thoughts of the mind, depending on the five senses, do not even trust their words or thoughts. Because their discussion is based on assumptions and doubts. Those who get the results are based only on reasoning, thoughts, and the mind. These people do not agree on a single thing whether they are philosophers or thinkers. One says one thing, and the other says something else.

Therefore, contrary to this, the prophets of God say anything today. They say the same even after a hundred years. Because there is no doubt in their statement. Because they say based on God’s knowledge. When Allah Almighty began to reveal His prophets, the most surprising thing is that one prophet came to Arabia, another from Iraq, and the third from Egypt. One prophet came a thousand years ago and another prophet came two thousand years later.

There is a difference of thousands of years and thousands of miles between these prophets of God, but their statement is based on reality. Rather, everything in his statement is unique. All the Prophets of Allah (peace be upon them) are saying the same thing. They are not based on the five senses of man, which are helpless and imperfect. And then whatever they say, they show in action, not just talk.

His whole life is a symbol of good character. When you go anywhere in the world because there is no region of the world where a prophet of God has not come. And there is no nation in the world to which Allah has not sent a Messenger. Wherever you see the truth in human beings, for example, any example of morality, trust, mutual love, and honesty, you will find its source in the person of the Prophet. When you get the love and conscience of all human beings, it will be the Messenger of God. This proved that they were all sent by the same entity.

A person who lives only based on his mind and his five senses is immoral and uneducated and has strayed from the right path. The person who bestows special knowledge, faith, morals, spirituality, love for humanity, mature character, and integrity to a human being. If seen from this belief, the most important need of man is the Prophet of God. Therefore, the declaration of the apostles and the prophethood is a great gift and favor of God. Because people are connected to God through Messenger.

Thus man receives and accepts the message and knowledge sent by God through the Messengers. And act on it. Therefore, the real advantage of prophethood is that before it man was in doubt and he got real and trustworthy wealth. Now there is a clear and real destination before man. And there is a way to reach that destination. And now man is ready to make every sacrifice to achieve this goal. The Prophet brings all these people to their original destination.

There are countless blessings in this world for human needs. For example, houses, food and drink items, items used for the body, etc. But man is not only the body, but the real reality is the soul. The body is just like a garment. The real element is spirit. Allah Almighty has created many things to fulfill the needs of the body. Is it possible that Allah Almighty has not made any arrangement to understand and resolve the true blessings of the soul and the spiritual blessings? Allah Almighty has sent many prophets for this reason. 

Creation of the Universe

Is the existence of the universe a coincidence, the result of an accident, or the planning of an intelligent creator? Is this universe eternal or temporary or perishable? In this universe, inanimate objects, plants, and animals, and above all, how did humans come into being? Does matter have a sense of creativity? Has everything in this world come automatically? Did they become creators themselves despite not being? Did man create himself? Is man operating the entire internal system of his own will?

What do the unity, homogeneity, and generality of the laws of nature in this system of the universe point to? Has this universe always existed or was it created by chance? Or has it come into existence under a fixed plan? These questions arise in the mind of a rational person. What is the position of man in this universe? How should he live? These things are closely related to the above questions. Therefore, in the history of human thought, there has never been a more important and interesting topic than the existence of God Almighty.

Some people who deny the existence of God hold similar views about the creation of the universe. For example, this universe has always existed and will always exist, but is eternal. It has no beginning, at every moment an evolutionary and creative process is taking place in it, and the potential for this evolutionary and creative process exists in matter itself. Some people believe that the origin of this universe came into existence by chance. No inventor or creator has anything to do with it. Similarly, the system of the universe is also based only on coincidences.

Contrary to these beliefs, the majority of people of all ages believe in the existence of one God and the creator and owner of this universe. All the prophets have preached this belief based on divine revelation. One of the most important signs of God’s existence is man’s own existence. Therefore, the Qur’an states: And on the earth are signs for those who have Faith with certainty. And also in your ownselves. Will you not then see? (Quran Chapter:51:20-21).

In many places in the Qur’an, it has been argued that man did not exist at all, was insignificant, and was created. Certainly, I have created you before, when you had been nothing. (Quran Chapter:19:9).

Another place is described thus.

Has there not been an over man period of time, when he was not a thing worth mentioning? Verily, We have created man from Nutfah (drops) of mixed semen (sexual discharge of man and woman), in order to try him: so We made him hearer and seer. (Quran Chapter:76:1-2). 

There is a Hadith,

Hadith: Prophet (peace be upon him) said:” From Adam to me, Allah sent a hundred and twenty-four thousand Prophets, of whom three hundred and fifteen were messengers “. Reference is given as Musnad Ahmed 21257.


And verily, We have sent among every Ummah (community, nation) a Messenger (proclaiming); “Worship Allah (God) (Alone), and avoid (or keep away from) Taghut (all false deities i.e. do not worship Taghut besides Allah).” Then of them were some whom Allah guided, and of them were some upon whom the straying was justified. So travel through the land and see what was the end of those who denied (the truth). Chapter (16:36) Surat l-Naḥl (The Bees).

Three hundred five (315) are Messengers and Twenty-five (25) the Messengers mentioned in the Qur’an. Five of these are ambitious Prophets, namely, Noah, Ibrahim, Moses, Jesus (I’sa), and Muhammad. (Peace be upon them). All these Prophets are all the way to the true destination which is only God Almighty.

Allah has mentioned in the Qur’an that He sent messengers and guides among all people.

“Indeed, we sent in every community a messenger… “(Al-Naḥl 16:36). “There was not any community except a warner lived among them.” (Fatir 35:24). However, the Qur’an has not given us the names and stories of all the messengers and guides who were sent by Allah to various nations and groups. We have only 25 Prophets and messengers who are mentioned in the Qur’an by name. About other Prophets and messengers, Allah said, “We have told you the story of some Messengers and others, We have not …”  (an-Nisa 4; 164).

No, and Never a new Prophet or Messenger will come after him (Mohammad PBUH). (We accept that Jesus will come again, but he will not be a new Prophet but will follow the law of Muhammad). We only mention the names of the Prophets and Messengers whose names have been given to us in the Qur’an and the authentic Sunnah. But for those whose names are not in the Qur’an and Sunnah, we certainly do not say that they were not the Prophets or Messengers of Allah.

Allah is the destination and the prophets are the way. Love should be done with both. If you consider the path, you will also like the destination. Love of the path leads to the destination and love of the destination follows the path. That is, to follow Allah Almighty, he should follow the instructions of the prophets, adopt the likes and dislikes of the prophets and adopt all their ways. God will love you in return. The love of Allah is in following and obeying the Messenger. A psychological problem is that imitation has occurred originally and fundamentally in man. It imitates others.

For example, if you consider that children speak like their parents, which means that children imitate their parents. Children project the personality of their parents onto themselves. Almost all children adopt all the styles of their parents and become role models. They almost lose their personality in the parental figure. That is why man adopts one or the other method. In fact, it is called obedience to the Messenger and obedience. Until then all human beings should only follow and obey the way of life of the last Prophet Muhammad. (Muhammad) is the best example and argument in this regard.

In the Hereafter, all humans will be asked the same question. Allah Almighty had given you all the blessings of the world as a trust. For example, intellect, feelings, emotions, abilities, wealth, children, power, etc, how did you use them? You should use all these blessings in the way that my Prophets have taught you. All areas of life are to be used as my prophets told you. For example, as a head of state, a teacher, a businessman, a husband, a father, a friend, a neighbor, etc. As the Prophets of Allah have shown practically all these areas of life.

The method by which Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) came to power is to use the same method. All complete patterns are found in the lives of the apostles. If the life of the Prophets is not adopted, everything is ruined. 

Jalal ad-Dīn Muhammad Rumi.

An ant wished to go to the House of Allah (Haram, Kaaba, Mecca, Saudi Arabia). Now how can a small Ant go to God’s house? Because in front of an ant there will be a huge sea, desert, and mountains, how will a small ant cross all these obstacles? So someone said to the ant that this is the dove of God’s house. Hold fast the feet of this pigeon. As soon as the dove flew toward God’s house and reached, the ant also reached God’s house.

Therefore, we should all obey and follow the Messengers of the Almighty, so that we reach the original goal. It is the means to reach the destination of Allah. But when the destination is near, all paths converge. All these routes converge on the same Grand Trunk Road. 

Only one channel remains near the destination. And this great channel is the Last Prophet Muhammad. Now the only way to reach the original destination is the Last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Therefore, following and obeying the Last Messenger of Allah, PBUH, is very important. In this lies the well-being and survival of humanity. 


Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal in his Musnad mentioned a Hadith (no. 21257).

“Allah sent 124, 000 Prophets One hundred and twenty-four thousands (Anbiya’ Prophets) and from among them 315 were the Messengers (rusul)”. It seems that based on this Hadith, we have this number circulated in Islamic literature. However, there is no list of names of all the Prophets and Messengers available. Allah knows best who they were and when or where they lived.

We only know this much that wherever there exists any concept of tawhid (Arabic: توحيد‎ tawḥīd, meaning “oneness [of God]”, truth, justice, righteousness, and virtue, it must have come from Allah through His noble Prophets and Messengers. Also wherever there is any concept of shirk (In Islam, shirk (Arabic: شرك‎ shirk) is the sin of practicing idolatry or polytheism, i.e. the deification or worship of anyone or anything besides the singular God), evil, injustice, and corruption, it must be from Shaitan and his suggestions in the human mind. 

Quran: Say, (O Muhammad, to mankind): If ye love Allah, follow me; Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. Allah is Forgiving, Most Merciful. (Chapter (3:31) Surat al Imran (The Family of Imran).

Quran: The People of the Scripture ask you to bring down to them a book from heaven. But they had asked of Moses [even] greater than that and said, “Show us, Allah, outright,” so the thunderbolt struck them for their wrongdoing. Then they took the calf [for worship] after clear evidence had come to them, and We pardoned that. And We gave Moses a clear authority. Quran Chapter verse (4:153).

(Quran Chapter 33. Al-Ahzab, Verse 21. “You have indeed, in the life of Rasool-Allah (Messenger of God), the ‘Best Model’ for him whose hope is in Allah and the Day of the Hereafter, and who engages himself much in the remembrance of Allah”.). 

The Purpose and Revelation of Prophets and Messengers:

Four important things in the Holy Qur’an exist that, if considered together, show that the end of Prophethood is inevitable.

First: The first thing is that all the Prophets who came before Muhammad came to their nation, their region, and for a specific time or period. The Prophethood of Muhammad (PBUH) and the Qur’an is not for a particular nation, a particular region, or a particular age or era, but for all humanity and are forever, in other words, it is a universal religion.

Secondly, all Shari’ah that came before Muhammad (PBUH), whatever the legal framework was, was in the process of evolution. When Muhammad (peace be upon him) came, it was said in the Qur’an that today your religion is complete.

Thirdly: All the heavenly books and scriptures that came before Muhammad (peace be upon him) were distorted and changed by the nations of that time. He made additions and changes to them. These people made the permissible illegal and the legal unpermissible. After the revelation of the Quran, no one can make any additions, or alterations to the Quran. Therefore, it is mentioned in the Qur’an that this is our advice and we are its protectors.

Now consider, if any Prophet came in human history or any Prophet came after him, he came for these three reasons. For example, the Prophet was for one region and not for another region? The Prophet existed for a certain period of time, and when that period ended, the Prophet left. After the coming of the last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), this problem also ended, because Muhammad (peace be upon him) was sent to all mankind.

Therefore one Prophet after another came for this reason because the Shari’ah was in its process of evolution. Therefore, now the religion, i.e. Sharia, has been completed, no other Prophet is needed to complete the Sharia. The need for one Prophet after another arose because the people of that time made changes in their divine book. Made additions and changes to it. Now another Prophet was needed to correct it. Now it has been said in the Qur’an that We have revealed this remembrance and We are its guardians. Now no one can and no change of any kind i.e. addition and alteration can be made to it.

So all these opportunities for Prophet’s revelations that were needed ended after the arrival of the last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Confirmation Of the Quran:

Quran Chapter: 15:9: It is certainly We Who have revealed the Reminder, and it is certainly We Who will preserve it.

Quran Chapter: 5:3: Today I have perfected your faith for you, completed My favor
upon you, and chosen Islam as your way.

Quran Chapter: 3:19: Indeed, the religion in the sight of Allāh is Islām.

Quran Chapter: 33:40: Muḥammad is not the father of any of your men,1 but is the Messenger of Allah and the seal of the Prophet. And Allah has ˹perfect˺ knowledge of all things. Just like an envelope is sealed, nothing else can be put in that envelope.

21:1 The time of˺ people’s judgment has drawn near, yet they are heedlessly turning

21: 107 We have sent you ˹O Prophet˺ only as a mercy for the whole world. 

Source: Ghulam Murtaza Malik Lecture (A renowned Islamic Scholar).