Upholding Religious Rites, Values among Divine Prophets’ Missions

After Bi’tha (appointment to prophethood), divine messengers had different missions, one of which was establishing religious rites and obligations.

They strived to establish and promote religious obligations such as Salah, Zakat, and Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.

The Quran says: “(They) establish the prayers and pay the obligatory charity, order with honor and forbid dishonor, and to Allah is the end of all affairs.” (Verse 41 of Surah Al-Hajj)

Salah is a manifestation of people’s relationship with God and Zakat symbolizes people’s relationship with one another.

Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, meanwhile, helps to revive values and righteousness and remove evils and vices from the society.

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But when the enemies of prophets gain power, they seek to spread war, corruption and destruction. “As soon as they leave you, they quickly commit evil in the land, destroying the farms and people.” (Verse 205 of Surah Al-Baqarah)

source: iqna

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