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"He was taught by one Mighty in Power" (Surah 53, V 5)
 
Ibn Kathir says it means Jibril (as, the Archangel Gabriel) is powerful in creating, powerful in force, and powerful in action.
 
I add that Jalal Al Din Rumi says: "The glory of love is not a small thing."


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"Neither doth he withhold grudgingly a knowledge of the Unseen" (Surah 81, V 24)
 
Ibn Kathir explains that some interpretors of the Qur'an say it means Muhammad (saas) is not stingy, but communicates all the Message.
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Originally posted by Muslim75 Muslim75 wrote:

"He was taught by one Mighty in Power" (Surah 53, V 5)
 
Ibn Kathir says it means Jibril (as, the Archangel Gabriel) is powerful in creating, powerful in force, and powerful in action.
 
I add that Jalal Al Din Rumi says: "The glory of love is not a small thing."


Why are you lying?  First of all, you referred to Ibn Kathir's commentary on the wrong verses.  The verses in question are 81:19-20.  Here is Ibn Kathir's commentary:

Allah's statement,

﴿إِنَّهُ لَقَوْلُ رَسُولٍ كَرِيمٍ ﴾

(Verily, this is the Word of a most honorable messenger.) meaning, indeed this Qur'an is being conveyed by a noble messenger, which is referring to an honorable angel, who has good character and a radiant appearance, and he is Jibril. Ibn `Abbas, Ash-Sha`bi, Maymun bin Mihran, Al-Hasan, Qatadah, Ar-Rabi` bin Anas, Ad-Dahhak and others have said this.

﴿ذِى قُوَّةٍ﴾

(Dhi Quwwah) This is similar to Allah's statement,

﴿عَلَّمَهُ شَدِيدُ الْقُوَى ذُو مِرَّةٍ﴾

(He has been taught by one mighty in power, Dhu Mirrah.) (53:5-6) meaning, mighty in creation, mighty in strength and mighty in actions.

﴿عِندَ ذِى الْعَرْشِ مَكِينٍ﴾

(with the Lord of the Throne Makin,) meaning, he has high status and lofty rank with Allah.

Jibril (as) is "mighty" in "creation" not "creating".  Jibril has no power to create.  He is powerful when compared to the rest of creation.  The term "Dhu Mirrah" is used in Arabic to refer to a strong person, as Ibn Kathir explains in his commentary on 53:5:

(Dhu Mirrah), meaning, he is mighty in power, according to Mujahid, Al-Hasan and Ibn Zayd. In an authentic Hadith from `Abdullah bin `Umar and Abu Hurayrah, the Prophet said,

لَا تَحِلُّ الصَّدَقَةُ لِغَنِيَ وَلَا لِذِي مِرَّةٍ سَوِي

(Charity is not allowed for a rich person nor Dhu Mirrah (a strong person) of sound mind and body.) Allah said;

 
Say: "Truly, my prayer and my service of sacrifice, my life and my death, are (all) for Allah, the Cherisher of the Worlds. (Surat al-Anaam: 162)

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"until there should come to them Clear Evidence" (Surah 98, V 1)
 
Ibn Kathir explains that the Clear Evidence is Muhammad (saas) and the Qur'an he (saas) recites.
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"And soon will thy Guardian-Lord give thee (that wherewith) thou shalt be well-pleased." (Surah 93, V 5)
 
Ibn Kathir says that Allah will grant Muhammad (saas) a million palaces in Paradise. Each one of them will have all that he (saas) wishes of women and female servants.
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"O (thou) soul, in (complete) rest and satisfaction! Come back thou to thy Lord,- well pleased (thyself), and well-pleasing unto Him!" (Surah 89, V 27-28)
 
Ibn Kathir says (from Ibn Abbas) that when these verses were revealed, Abu Bakr was sitting with the Prophet (saas). He said to the Prophet (saas):
 
"O Messenger of Allah, there is nothing better than this!"
 
The Prophet (saas) replied:
 
"Actually, you will be told this."
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"For he who hateth thee, he will be cut off (from Future Hope)." (Surah 108, V 3)

It means according to Ibn Kathir:
 
whoever hates you, O Muhammad, and hates the truth, the evidence and the manifest light you are bringing to guide the people. That one will meet with failure and won't see posterity; he is a vile person who will not be called back.
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