Glory to You, O Lord, and Blessed is Your Majesty. 
There is no God besides You.
I seek refuge with God, from the condemned devil.

Allah is God

"Allah" is "The True One,"

"The One God!"

He is The "Most Powerful Almighty"

of "The One Ever True Faith!"

"There is no deity save Him!"

God of "Power" and Majesty!

And, "All Majesty in the Heavens and the earth" is His!

He is "Our Creator,"

"the Creator of all things."

He is "Our Sustainer,"

and, "there is none like unto Him!"

He alone is "full of Majesty and Glory!"

And, Allah is "The Lord of Mankind,"

"The Lord of all the worlds,"

and, "The Lord of Everything!"

We "render Thanks unto Him!"

And, "all Praise is due to Him alone!

For, "it is Him that" we "worship!"


(Qur'anic gems:  18:44, 9:31, 22:40, 12:40, 20:8, 6:109, 
45:37, 16:9, 40:62, 42:11, 55:27, 114:1, 2:173, 6:164,
 2:185, 1:2, and 16:114, with the Divine Name "Allah"
and Divine Attributes "Lord of Everything", "Lord of Mankind,"
 and "Lord of all the Worlds" discovery courtesy of Shayk Abu
Abdu-r-Rahman Nasir as Sadi in the years [1307-d1376H] )  

A creative work by A. Janan

This is a website dedicated to understanding Islam as a religion of peace, mercy, and compassion, through use of God's Divine Names and Attributes in supplication form because the Hadith of the 99 Names says that if one ponders upon, Believes in, and supplicates to each of the Names of Allah, (swt.), one will enter Paradise in the Hereafter.

The number of Divine Names used in Islam originally was 99, however, additional Names have been discovered increasing the number to 103.

I have found four additional Names in the Qur'an during my exploration and conversion to Islam: 

"The Sustainer of the Heavens and the Earth;" 
"The Source of Revelation;"
 "The Source of Guidance unto all the Worlds;"
 and "The Source of Hope"

 which were discovered while working inside the Qur'an,
 bannered above, although they are unaffirmed.

Allah's Names are Infinite in Number, as are His Attributes, but Ahl Sunnah only affirms those found in the Qur'an and Sunnah.  They all are those of Majesty and Perfection, with no implied negative meaning in Islam.

Allah (God), The Supreme Divine Being, is so vast and Incomparable,
 and His Attributes equally being so immense and innumerable,
that it is difficult for one person to cover all of them with the due respect and worship that each of them deserve in one lifetime alone. 

Although some Names of God are also found in other religions, they are not covered herein in this website, but may appear conceptually.  

This is because God is shared by mankind, and most world religions.

Based on my own personal experience as a previous Catholic liturgical writer, the Catholics refer to God commonly as, "God, "The Father" and "The Almighty", "Heavenly Father; " "The Creator of the Heavens and the Earth;" and "The Most Great."

Islam shares the Name "The Almighty," "God" and "The Most Great" for the Supreme Divine Being known as God (Allah), and also conceptually as "The Creator (and/or Maker) of the Heavens and the Earth," 

However, Islam does not allow for anthropomorphic terms when referring to God, such as "The Father,"
nor does it ascribe to the theory of the Trinity.  This is because The Prophets are not allowed to share in God's great Divinity, although peace is wished upon them, and they receive the highest honor and level in Paradise.

The Hebrews also share in the worship of God, as evidenced by the fact that it was God that spared Moses and the Hebrews from the oppressive Pharaoh  in history during Passover.  The Hebrews also have many Names for God, but they are not the subject of this website. 

I have found Allah (God) is very multi-dimensional, and multi-faceted in His Names, Attributes and qualities, wonderously so, vastly so, and each web page hereto is devoted to one or more of His Divine Names and Attributes as found in the Qur'an. 

In my experience, The Qur'an is a wealth of Wisdom and Knowledge and is filled with many Divine and Majestic Names and Attributes for God.

It appears that the more I work with His Names and Attributes, the more Names and Attributes I seem to discover! They really are infinite in number, and the number also varies from translation to translation.  This website, and the online Qur'an, are the result of ten years of conversion to Islam, writing, and exploration of the religion of Islam. 

Most of the photographs included herein are courtesy of my father's estate, although some I took myself, and a couple are copyrighted to 

"And to Him belong the Best of Names...."

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