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 What is the first thing God created?

What is the first thing God created?



The first thing that God Almighty created:




 The jurists differed about what God Almighty created the first, and this difference arose due to the difference in understanding the texts that were mentioned, not because they contradict them.



 * Ibn Jarir al-Tabari and Ibn al-Jawzi said that the pen was the first of God’s creation.  Ibn al-Qayyim and Ibn Taymiyyah said that the Throne was the first of God's creation.  Ibn Masoud said that water was created before the throne and the pen.  There are sayings other than that, most of them from the words of the people of innovation, such as those who claimed that the Prophet - may God bless him and grant him peace - was the first of God’s creation, and as he said that the mind preceded everything in creation, and these are false sayings.




 * The correct view is in the first creatures of God, when God created the pen and commanded him to write the quantities of everything until the Day of Resurrection, the throne of God was on the water, and that is what the noble Prophet’s Sunnah has shown in some of the hadiths, and this implies the existence of the throne and its creation before the creation of the pen.  That the writing in the dhikr was with the throne on water, and some of the predecessors said that water preceded everything,



 * Ibn Rajab said that water is the origin and substance of creatures, and thus God first created water, then the throne, then the pen, and then created the heavens and the earth.  Writing the encompasses of creation when God created the pen. He commanded him to write the quantities of everything, no matter how large or small the status of creatures is. The jurists have unanimously agreed that God will write everything that exists until the Day of Resurrection in the preserved Tablet, as indicated by several texts from the Qur’an and Sunnah, due to many rulings mentioned of  :



 * A statement of Allah's prior knowledge that does not change nor change.  A Muslim surrenders his command to God, and is satisfied with his fulfillment of what befell him in his life of good or evil.  Proving the will of God - the Glorified and the Majestic - the window that has no objection.  A statement of God's power and the perfection of his attributes.  Teaching creation, writing and writing down, for God, who is free from forgetfulness and error, wrote down his knowledge.

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