20 Impossible Characteristics for Allah, Here’s an Explanation of Their Meaning

Impossible Nature for Allah – As a Muslim, Sinaumed’s certainly needs to know the impossible nature of Allah SWT, apart from the obligatory and jaiz attributes for Allah. Knowing and understanding the impossible nature of Allah SWT well is a wise way to increase faith in the creator. Impossible traits for Allah SWT mean attributes that are impossible for Allah to have and do not deserve to be based on the majesty and power of Allah SWT. 

Many people are used to hearing the obligatory nature of Allah, but there are still many people who are unfamiliar with the impossible nature of Allah SWT. Even though knowing and understanding the impossible qualities of Allah will further strengthen the Islamic creed and know us to Allah. It’s never too late to study religion, Sinaumed’s may even have been introduced to God’s qualities since elementary school. Here are 20 impossible traits of Allah SWT that Sinaumed’s needs to know and understand and their meanings:  

IMPOSSIBLE CHARACTERISTICS OF GOD

Impossible attributes of Allah SWT are attributes that are impossible and definitely not possessed by Allah and are the opposite of Allah’s obligatory attributes. That is why there are also 20 impossible traits that are the opposite of the 20 mandatory attributes of Allah. As the most perfect essence, Allah SWT is not possible to have impossible properties, so the impossible nature that Allah SWT has is proof of his greatness over the mandatory nature that he has.  

Here are 20 impossible attributes of Allah SWT that need Sinaumed’s karhui along with their meanings and meanings: 

1. Adam

Adam in Arabic means nothing. Adam’s impossible nature means that Allah SWT is impossible not to exist in the concept of life because he is the creator of the universe and everything in it. Allah has the nature of being, which means there must be, so it is impossible for Allah to have the nature of adam, which means nothing or non-existence. Everything that exists in this universe lives and sounds because of Allah SWT, so it would be impossible if the creator himself did not exist. 

The impossible nature of Adam in Allah SWT is stated in Surah Al-A’raf verse 54 as follows: 

2. Hudust

Husust in Arabic means new, beginning or beginning. The impossibility of huduts means that Allah SWT has nothing to precede because there was before everything existed and was created with the obligatory nature of Allah beforehand or the obligatory nature of qidam. Allah SWT is the beginning and precedes all that exists and then creates that which exists at the will and power of Allah SWT over all creation in the world and the universe. 

The impossible nature of huduts to Allah SWT is stated in surah Al-Hadid verse 3 as follows:

3. Mortal

Fana in Arabic means impermanent, perishable, or corrupted. The impossibility of being mortal means that Allah SWT cannot possibly perish because Allah SWT is eternal in eternity. The presence of Allah SWT has no beginning and no end or death and destruction because Allah SWT will last forever. The nature of being mortal or temporary is impossible in Allah SWT because his substance is eternal or eternal for all his majesty and greatness over the universe. 

The impossibility of being mortal in Allah SWT is listed in surah Ar-Rahman verses 26 and 27, and is also listed in surah Al-Qashash verse 88 as follows: 

4. Mumatsalatu Lilhawasitsi

Mumatsalatu Lilhawaditsi in Arabic means similar or resembling the creature. The impossible nature of mumatsalatu lil hawaditsi means that Allah SWT cannot be similar or the same as his creatures. Allah SWT is definitely different from His creatures, both the nature of His essence or the actions and behavior of His creatures, who must have weaknesses and shortcomings. 

There is nothing that resembles Allah SWT or is equal to His perfection. The nature of mumatsalatu lil hawaditsi is in contrast to the nature of mukholafatu lilhawaditsi, which means that Allah SWT is different from the creatures he creates. The impossible nature of mumatsalatu lil hawaditsi is listed in surah Al-Ikhlas verse 4 as follows: 

5. Ihtiyaju Lighairihi

Ihtiyaju lighairihi in Arabic means standing with others or needing others. The impossible nature of ihtiyaju lighairihi means that Allah SWT is omnipotent and cannot possibly depend on other creatures because for him is the dominion over all the universe and everything in it. Allah SWT is the Greatest and Most Self-Standing so that he does not need help from anyone. The impossible nature of ihtiyaju lighairihi is the opposite of the nature of Allah SWT Qiyamuhu Binafsihi. 

The impossible nature of ihtiyaju lighairihi is listed in surah Al-Isra verse 111 and surah Al-Ankabut 6 as follows: 

6. Ta’addud

Ta’adus in Arabic means many. The impossibility of ta’addud Allah SWT cannot be counted because Allah is the One and Only Essence for His greatness. It is impossible for Allah SWT to have the nature of ta-adud which means more than one and not to have allies or reproduce. The nature of ta’adud is in contrast to the nature of Allah SWT wahdaniyah which is one and all Muslims are obliged to believe in him as the only creator. 

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The impossibility of ta’addud is stated in surah Al-Ikhlas verses 1 to 4 as follows:  

7. Azuna

Azan in Arabic means weak. The impossibility of adzun means that Allah SWT cannot possibly have the slightest weakness in any of His will and power. The impossible nature of adzun is contrary to the nature of Allah SWT qudrat which means the Almighty for all his perfect strength. Allah SWT is easy to do anything according to His will and greatness, so it is impossible for Him to have weaknesses and deficiencies beyond human reason because He is the one who created it Himself. 

The impossible nature of ajzun for Allah SWT is stated in surah Al-Baqarah verse 20 as follows:

8. Karaha

Karahah in Arabic means forced. The nature of the impossible kararah of Allah SWT means that he is not forced to carry out what he has willed for all the greatness of his creation. The impossibility of karahah is in contrast to the nature of Allah SWT, which is Iradat, that is, wills for everything in the universe and everything in it. Whatever the will of Allah SWT must happen and nothing is impossible for Allah SWT. 

The impossible character of karahah for Allah SWT is stated in surah Hud verse 107 and sura Yasin verse 82 as follows:

9. Jahlun

Jahlun in Arabic means stupid. The impossibility of ignorance means that Allah SWT cannot be stupid because Allah knows everything. The nature of ignorance is the opposite of the nature of Allah SWT, who is knowledgeable, namely mastering knowledge with all its majesty and power so that no creature can hide from it. Nothing is impossible for God, including knowing things that are not visible or hidden in one’s heart and soul. 

The impossibility of jahlun for Allah SWT is stated in Surah Al-Qaf verse 16 as follows:

10. Death

Maut in Arabic means death. The nature of the impossibility of death means that it is impossible for God to die or perish because his essence is eternal because of his perfect strength. Death or destruction is a creation of Allah SWT, so it is impossible for him to perish with all his might and power over all his creations in the universe. The nature of death is in contrast to the nature of Allah SWT who is alive, namely eternal life with eternal power. 

The impossibility of death for Allah SWT is listed in the Al-Quran surah Al-Baqarah verse 255 and surah Al-Furqan verse 58 as follows: 

11. Shamans

Shamamun in Arabic means deaf. The impossible nature of Shamamun means that it is impossible for Allah SWT not to hear because Allah is the All-hearing of everything that happens in the universe. There will be nothing that escapes the sight of Allah SWT, even those that are hidden or only spoken in someone’s prayers and day. Allah is able to hear all things even those that are not heard by humans or other creatures. The impossible nature of shamamun is the opposite of the same nature of Allah SWT, that is, He hears everything that is said or hidden. 

The impossible nature of shamamun for Allah SWT is stated in the Al-Qur’an in Surah Ash-Shura verse 11 and Surah Al-Maidah verse 76 as follows: 

Ama in Arabic means blind. The impossible nature means that Allah SWT cannot possibly be blind or unable to see anything that is happening, even if it is visible to the naked eye, Allah is able to see it. The nature of Ama is the opposite of the nature of Allah SWT, that is, all-seeing with all his power, there is nothing in the universe that will escape his sight. 

The impossible nature of ama for Allah SWT is listed in the Al-Quran surah Al-Hujurat verse 18 and surah Al-Baqarah verse 265 as follows: 

13. Bakuman

Bakamun in Arabic means mute. The impossible nature of bakmun means that Allah SWT cannot possibly be mute or silent, because Allah SWT is of the nature of speech, that is, speaking for salvation and life guidance for humans. For his majesty, Allah SWT spoke through a noble being for him, namely prophets and messengers who can be trusted. It is impossible for Allah SWT not to say anything about everything that has happened and is created by His power.

The impossible nature of bakamun for Allah SWT is listed in the Al-Quran surah Al-A’raf verse 143 and surah An-Nisa verse 164 as follows: 

14. Kaunuhu Ajiza

Ajiza in Arabic means weak. The impossible nature of kaunuhu ajizan means that Allah SWT cannot possibly have weaknesses because He has perfect strength and power for the greatness of the universe and its contents. The nature of ajiza is the opposite of the nature of Allah SWT, who is qadiran, that is, he has power over all the universe and all of his creations. Nothing is impossible for Allah, if he wills it will happen. Nothing can match or be equal to the most perfect power of Allah SWT for all his greatness and majesty. 

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The impossible nature of the ajizan for Allah SWT is stated in the following Al-Quran surah Al-Baqarah verse 20:   

15. Kaunuhu Murikhan

Kaunuhu muridan in Arabic means compulsion or compulsion. The impossible nature of the disciple means that Allah SWT cannot be forced upon all of His creation because He has power and will over everything. Nothing can stop Allah’s will, including helping, interfering, or competing with Allah SWT’s perfect affairs. The nature of the impossible for you to be a disciple is in contrast to the nature of God’s discipleship, which is All-willing. 

The nature of the impossible for you to be a disciple of Allah SWT is stated in the following Al-Quran surah Hud verse 107: 

16. Kaunuhu Jahilun

Kaunuhu jahilan in Arabic means stupid. The impossibility of ignorance means that Allah SWT cannot be stupid or ignorant. All knowledge, scholarship is the creation of Allah SWT so that it is impossible for him to be stupid. The nature of ignorance is the opposite of the nature of Allah who is pious, namely, All-Knower of all things and knowledge that is not limited by anything. The impossible nature of kaunuhu ignorance for Allah SWT is stated in the following Al-Quran surah An-Nisa verse 176: 

17. Kaunuhu Mayitan

Kaunuhu mayitan in Arabic means can die. The impossible nature of kaunuhu mayitan means that Allah SWT cannot possibly die, perish, disappear, and be replaced by anything because Allah SWT is eternal in the perfection of his power. It is impossible for Allah to sleep, rest, and be dead. The nature of Kaunuhu Mayitan is in contrast to the nature of Allah, who is hayyan, namely, the Everlasting Everlasting Being without any flaws. The impossible nature of the death of the deceased for Allah SWT is stated in the Al-Quran surah Al-Fiurqan verse 58 as follows:

18. Kaunuhu Ashamma

Kaunuhu ashamma in Arabic means deafness. The impossibility of kaunuhu asamma means that it is impossible for Allah SWT to write or hear anything. Allah SWT is all-hearing of everything that happens both visible and hidden in one’s heart or soul. That is why it is impossible for Allah not to hear the prayers of his people because he is the one who hears everything. 

The impossible nature of kaunuhu ashamma for Allah SWT is stated in the following Al-Quran surah Al-Baqarah 256: 

19. Kaunuhu Ama

Kaunuhu ama in Arabic means blind. The impossible nature of kaunuhu ama means that Allah SWT cannot be blind or cannot see. Allah SWT always watches over his creatures and nothing can escape the sight of Allah SWT. Nothing can limit the vision of Allah SWT, that is why Allah knows everything that is done by humans even though no one knows about it. 

The impossible nature of you to love Allah SWT is stated in the following Al-Quran surah Al-Hujurat verse 18: 

20. Kaunuhu Abkam

Kaunuhu abkam in Arabic means mute. The impossible nature of kaunuhu abkam means that Allah SWT cannot possibly be in line with the impossible nature of Allah SWT bakamun. This impossible nature is in contrast to the nature of Allah who is absolute, that is, who says or speaks. For all his strength and majesty, Allah SWT continues to preach the word for his creatures to be safe from this world and the hereafter. All of his words have been written in the holy book Al-Quran on the role of the prophets and messengers to convey them to mankind. 

The impossible nature of kaunuhu abkam for Allah SWT is stated in the following Al-Quran surah An-Nisa verse 164:

Well, that’s an explanation of the 20 impossible attributes of Allah SWT along with their meanings and arguments in the Al-Quran. Has Sinaumed’s been able to understand every impossible attribute of Allah SWT above? Studying religion is not enough with just one or two references, it even takes a lot of time to really understand and interpret the teachings of that religion. Including learning the impossible nature of Allah which can remind us of the greatness and power of Allah over the universe and everything in it. 

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