Ayurveda the Science of Life

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Iblis Destroys Jobs Health

O my Lord, Job's wealth is gone, his children are dead, and he is still healthy in body, and as long as he enjoys good health he will continue to worship You in the hope of regaining his wealth and producing more children. Grant me authority over his body so that I may weaken it. He will surely neglect worshipping You an will thus become disobedient. Allah wanted to teach Iblis a lesson that Jo was a devoted servant of his Lord so He granted Iblis his 3rd request but placed a condition I give you authority over his body but not over his soul, intellect or heart, for in these places reside the knowledge of Me and My religion. Armed with this new authority, Iblis began to take revenge on Job's body and filled it with disease until it was reduced to mere skin and bone and he suffered severe pain. But through all the suffering Job remained strong in his faith, patiently bearing all the hardships without complaining. Allah's righteous servant did not despair or turn...

Jobs Prayer for Mercy

Iblis reminded her of the days, when Job had good health, wealth and children. Suddenly, the painful memory of years of hardship overcame her, and she burst into tears. She said to Job Iblis must have whispered to you and made you dissatisfied. Tell me how long did I enjoy good health and riches Job then told her In that case I am ashamed to call on my Lord to remove the hardship, for I have not suffered longer than the years of good health and plenty. It seems your faith has weakened and you are dissatisfied with the fate of Allah. If I ever regain health, I swear I will punish you with a hundred strokes From this day onward, I forbid myself to eat or drink anything by your hand. Leave me alone and let my Lord do with me as He pleases.

Jobs Health is Restored

Job obeyed and almost immediately his good health was restored. Meanwhile, his faithful wife could not longer bear to be parted from her husband and returned to him to beg his forgiveness, desiring to serve him. On entering her house, she was amazed at the sudden change Job was again healthy She embraced him and thanked Allah for His mercy.

The Great Resurrection

In this great resurrection, everyone will be given life in a healthy, whole, physical body. Those who were young when they died will be given the same young body (but whole and healthy) as they had previously. All those who were old when they died will be given a whole and healthy body of middle age. People will be given the same features (but whole and healthy) as they had at death or middle age. They will recognize one another. Everyone's memories will be the same as if they had simply fallen asleep and were awakened.

Love and the Individual Abelard and Bernard

After Augustine, Western life and culture entered a period of centuries of nearly unremitting struggle for survival and the development of a feudal, warrior culture. As if striving for daily bread were not a sufficient hardship, there were also the internal conflicts among the rulers themselves as well as against external terrors such as Viking and Magyar incursions. During this period up to the rise of cathedral schools and then fledgling universities in the twelfth century, there appear few records in either prose or poetry that could assist us in exploring the concept of love. What was characterized as love largely had political and communal reference such as alliances, the deference of vassals, and the bonds of monastic brotherhood. Love was understood mainly as an impersonal benevolence. Hamm reflects on this relative silence about the significance of love, saying that the rich emotional, philosophical, theological, and mystical expressions of love in classical pagan and...

Promoting the Gay Agenda

Nevertheless, under these laws and subsequent California legislation and administrative guidelines, California public school students are often introduced to the gay lifestyle while their teachers are encouraged to take tolerance training. Karen Holgate of the Capitol Resource Institute describes one school district that is using a course called Preventing Prejudice, which features lessons on coming out and what is a boy girl Holgate said, This whole movement is not about tolerance. It's about redirecting the hate towards anyone who does not agree that homosexuality is a normal, positive and healthy lifestyle.

Conditions For Being A True Muslim

Our Prophet (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) praised the science of medicine in various ways. An example is his statement There are two kinds of knowledge knowledge of the body and knowledge of religion. That is, by saying that these two are the most important sciences, the religious knowledge, which protects the soul, and the knowledge of health, which protects the body, he wanted us to strive to keep our body and soul vigorous. For all kinds of good deeds can be done only with a healthy body. Our prophet Muhammad (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) had established close relations with the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius. They used to correspond with and send envoys to each other. On one occasion, Heraclius sent him many presents. One of the presents was a medical doctor. When the doctor arrived he came to our Prophet and said Sir His Majesty has sent me to you as a servant. I shall treat those that are ill free of charge. Hadrat Muhammad (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) accepted his services....

Human freedom natural contingencies

We are confronted by a central problem of modernity human freedom, qua freedom, cannot be dependent on any conditions. Otherwise that very freedom is contradicted. Such freedom is only operative (and, it is hoped, effective) in a particular context. Yet the context is given as Marx noted, humanity lives from the dead labour of the past. Hence the attempt by humanity to dominate its environment in order to secure its basic needs runs into insoluble contradictions if humanity does not see itself as placed in that environment. Abstract freedom struggles against abstract nature. The contours of Western life as we have them today are, then, founded upon the distorted sociality of humanity and the destruction of the environment.

Modernity and the Representation of Subjects

From the outset of modernity, moreover, civility undergirded rights etc. just as univocity undergirded representation. The representation of subjects as formal bearers of equal rights was possible only once their humanity had been abstracted out from their creaturehood without any concomitant advance toward deification a movement strictly in parallel with the Franciscan shift toward an immanent leveling of perfection terms. Whereas, in the Middle Ages, deification involved, among other things, a cultivation of the virtue of cleanness, which for both monks and knights encompassed spiritual purity and physical integrity with bodily hygiene, from the Renaissance through to the eighteenth century the human being became increasingly a literally dirty bearer of an abstract, nominal, spiritual essence of detached reason and indeterminate freedom. Included within the continuing medieval Platonic practice of preventive medicine was the continued devotion to the Roman practice of bathing,...

Concluding Remarks

Concepts, but more to do with life and liturgy, in which there will be thanksgiving for all the resources of the Indian heritage, including arts and architecture, herbal medicines and yoga. But if the 'total Indian hyphenated Christian ethos' includes 'our classical linguistic and religious sensibilities as well as our socio-economic realities and actions', Brahminic tradition with its ritual and caste system, which has chained masses, may still be at the centre. Even the subaltern traditions have perpetuated fatalistic notions that obstruct process of development. The Hindutva (Hinduization) vision of militant Hinduism is no different, even though India is now a fast-changing society in the throes of modernization and globalization.


In every one of those scriptures God's will for His children's good health, healing, welfare, prosperity and victory in this life is revealed, as well as His will for the redemption of their souls from death and destruction in the next life. But the scriptures also teach how imperative it is to comply with the conditions attached to the promises to ensure their fulfilment. We will examine the scriptures in detail later. God has made a covenant with His children and He will not break that covenant. We might break the covenant, but He will not (CP Nu 23 19 1Ki 8 56 Isa 55 10-11 Mal 3 6 Ro 3 3-4 2Cor 1 19-20 2Ti 2 13 He 13 8). 2Cor 1 19-20 teaches us that all of God's promises, right throughout scripture, are still valid for believers today because as we learn from Ga 3 26-29, those that are Christ's are Abraham's seed and heirs according to the promise. Every promise of God is yes to believers in Jesus. There is not one promise that is no to the believer who will believe God for the...


Christ's word abides in us in the measure it governs our lives, and in the measure we act upon it. That is what John means when he said in 1Jn 3 21-22, Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, then we have confidence toward God and whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep His commandments, and do those things that are right in His sight. And also when he said in 1Jn 5 14-15, and this is the confidence that we have in Him, that, if we ask anything according to His will, He heareth us and if we know that He hears us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we desired of Him. Believers walking in fellowship with the word will never ask for anything outside of God's will, and this ensures that the answer will always be yes (CP 2Cor 1 1920). Every one of God's promises are still valid for today. There is not one promise that is no to a believer in Christ in line with His word. God is glorified in His promises being fulfilled in our lives. That is what V20...

Of The Muscles

Notwithstanding that the defect or disorder sometimes of a very small instrument, of a single pair, for instance, out of the four hundred and forty-six muscles which are employed, may be attended with grievous inconveniency. There is piety and good sense in the following observation taken out of the Religious Philosopher. 'With much compassion,' says this writer,* 'as well as astonishment at the goodness of our loving Creator, have I considered the sad state of a certain gentleman, who, as to the rest, was in pretty good health, but only wanted the use of these two little muscles that serve to lift up the eyelids, and so had almost lost the use of his sight, being forced, as long as this defect lasted, to shove up his eyelids every moment with his own hands ' In general we may remark how little those, who enjoy the perfect use of their organs, know the comprehensiveness of the blessing, the variety of their obligation. They perceive a result, but they think little of the multitude of...

Patriarch and clergy

Bishops must be celibate and so are usually drawn from the monasteries. However, a widower of a single marriage can be consecrated bishop. The types of bishop are metropolitan, diocesan, monastic bishop or abbot, and general bishop (in charge of certain tasks, e.g., youth affairs, rather than a territory). A recent survey lists 78 bishops including 11 from areas other than Egypt, Africa, and the Near East. Priests must be legitimate, child of a first marriage (mother's side), baptised, married only once, have never shed blood, be in good health, and have some knowledge of Coptic as well as Arabic. The parish priest cannot marry after ordination and remains in the same parish throughout his career. Readers, subdeacons and deacons assist the priest in the liturgy. Readers and subdeacons are boys from 9 to 10 years of age. Deacons could formerly be as young as 14, but the trend now is for deacons to be 21 or older and already married.

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