Qur’an is the book of the universe, the first of the seven holy books, and the first book of Islam.
But the book contains many passages that are not directly related to water.
Qurays, like all books, have a story to tell and a history to tell.
And as such, the story of how the Quranic teachings came to be the way they are today can be quite varied.
Here are some of the more commonly known verses of the Qur’.1: Surah al-Baqarah: 1.
Allah, peace be upon him, created water in the heavens.
The water in heaven is a source of sustenance for all creation.
When the rain falls, it falls on a pure, uncorrupted spring.
The spring is the source of a variety of useful things, from medicine to water for drinking.
The springs are bountiful for those who seek them.
When they are watered, it becomes a source to the earth and to mankind, as well as a source for them.
Allah has blessed the spring of Allah with water and it is a fountain of life.