Additional Proofs From God
[16:65] GOD sends down from the sky water to revive the land after it had died. This should be (sufficient) proof for people who hear.
[16:66] And in the livestock there is a lesson for you: we provide you with a drink from their bellies. From the midst of digested food and blood, you get pure milk, delicious for the drinkers.
[16:67] And from the fruits of date palms and grapes you produce intoxicants, as well as good provisions. This should be (sufficient) proof for people who understand.
In verse 16:67 it shows that the only thing that is absolutely good is God. Everything else that God creates can be use for good or for evil.
[34:40] On the day when He summons them all, He will say to the angels, “Did these people worship you?” [34:41] They will answer, “Be You glorified. You are our Lord and Master, not them. Instead, they were worshiping the jinns; most of them were believers therein.” [34:42] On that day, you possess no power to help or harm one another, and we will say to the transgressors, “Taste the retribution of the Hell that you used to deny.”
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Phosphorus helps plants grow. Each year in the Amazon forest during the rain season as the rain comes in it washes the phosphorus off the top soil which is a huge disaster for the forest, but somehow after the season the phosphorus is restored and scientist weren’t sure how until they found the origins of the phosphorus to be the Sahara desert. Each year roughly 182 million tons of dust is lifted from the Sahara and as much of this has falls into the Atlantic roughly 30 million tons gets deposited to the Amazon forest. Why does the Sahara have so much phosphorus? Millions of years ago the Sahara desert was actually a giant lake, but as the water dried up and the life decomposed it seeded the ground with nutrients. So despite being dry and uninhabitable to life today its reminisce is exactly what life needs.