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Does God know everything that is going to happen? - Does He have absolute control on the outcome of everything? - If so, how is that fair for us? Where is our free will then?

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Asked by onlytruth, 28 Nov '12 10:17 am
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Allah Knows everything that will happen. The first thing that He created was the "pen" and He ordered the pen to write. The pen wrote until it had written everything that would happen. And then Allah began to create the universe. All of this was already known to Him before He created it. He does have absolute and total control at all times. There is nothing that happens except that He is in control of if.
There is a mistake in the question: "Free Will." Allah alone, has Free Will, He Wills whatever He likes and it will always happen as He wills. We have something called, "Free choice." The difference is that what Allah "Wills" always happens and what we choose may or may not happen. We are not being judged on the outcome of things, we are being judged on our choices. This means that at the core of everything will always be our intentions. Whatever we intended, is what we will have the reward for. Each person will be judged according to what Allah gave them to work with, how they used ...more
Answered by mythsbusted, 28 Nov '12 10:18 am

 
  
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God knows everything what is going on and he do have absolute control on it! he just waits for our heartly prayers to be done! because,

a mother also will do not give milk to his child if he not cries though she know that the child must be hungry!
Answered by SHUBHAM DWIVEDI, 28 Nov '12 10:30 am

 
  
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If he is a sutradhar obviously he should be having the knowledge of it and our knowledge of free will should also be part of his script.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 28 Nov '12 10:20 am

 
  
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