"Seven Heavens" and "Creation of Seven
Heavens" are mentioned 7 times in the Glorious Quran!
The sections of this article are:
1- Allah Almighty's Divine Claims.
Allah Almighty's Divine Claims:
The Noble Quran is filled with scientific statements and notions. These
are statements of Allah Almighty describing how He created things on earth
and in the Universe. What's most amazing is that all of these scientific
statements and notions had been proven to be in
agreement with science and our modern-day scientific
discoveries. Allah Almighty made the Noble Quran be Prophet Muhammad's
(peace be upon him) Everlasting Divine Miracle and proof for Prophethood.
The Holy Book certainly stood the test of time 1,500 years ago with Its
Claims, Prophecies and Miraculous language eloquence, and it does again and
again in our day today with Its overwhelming agreement with science and
discoveries that were not known to man 1,500 years ago.
Allah Almighty Said: "We will
soon show them Our signs in the Universe
and inside their selves, until it will become quite
clear to them that it is the truth. Is it not sufficient as regards your
Lord that He is a witness over all things?
(The Noble Quran, 41:53)"
With this said, let us now examine the following facts from the Glorious
Allah Almighty also promised in several Divine Prophecies that He will show the Glorious Quran's Miracles to mankind:
1- The root letters for "message" and all of its derivatives occur
513times throughout the Glorious Quran. Yet, all Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone, the Prophets' and Messengers' actual names (Muhammad, Moses, Noah, Abraham, Lot etc....) were also all mentioned 513 times in the Glorious Quran. The detailed breakdown of all of this is thoroughly listed here. This Miracle is covered in 100s (hundreds) of Noble Verses.
2- Allah Almighty said that Prophet Noah lived for
950 years. Yet, all Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone, the entire Noble Surah (chapter Noah) is exactly written in 950 Letters. You can thoroughly see the accurate count in the scanned images.