Kurbanson Essay

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İLİ : GENELTARİH : 03/10/2014KURBAN ALLAH'A YAKIN OLMAK İÇİNDİRAziz Müminler!Okuduğum âyet-i kerimede Yüce Rabbimiz şöyle buyuruyor: "Kurbanların ne etleri, ne de kanları Allah'a ulaşır; Allah'a ulaşan yalnızca takvanızdır."Okuduğum hadis-i şerifte ise Sevgili Peygamberimiz (s.a.s) şöyle buyuruyor: "Âdemoğlu kurban günü Allah katında kurban kesmekten daha sevimli bir amel işlemez. Kurban, kıyamet günü bütün uzuvlarıyla (sevap olarak) gelir. Kurban, henüz kanı yere düşmeden, Allah tarafından kabul edilir. Bu yüzden gönül rahatlığıyla kurbanlarınızı kesin."Kardeşlerim!Kerim Kitabımızda, insanoğlunun evlatla en ağır imtihanının örneği takdim edilir biz müminlere. Evlat hasretiyle yanan İbrahim Peygamber, kendisine hayırlı bir çocuk lütfetmesini niyaz etmişti Alemlerin Rabbinden. Rabbi de ona İsmail'i bahşetmişti. Nihayet babanın evlat, evladınsa can imtihanına sıra gelmişti. İbrahim (a.s), rüyasında kendisini kurban ettiğini söylediğinde, teslimiyet sembolü İsmail şu cevabı vermişti: "Babacığım! Emrolunduğun şeyi yap. İnşallah beni sabredenlerden bulursun." İbrahim, ciğerparesini alnı üzerine yatırınca Alemlerin Rabbi onları şöyle müjdeledi: "Ey İbrahim! Rüyayı gerçekleştirdin. Biz iyileri böyle mükâfatlandırırız. Bu, gerçekten, çok açık bir imtihandır. Biz, oğluna bedel ona büyük bir kurban verdik."Bu ağır, ama başarılı imtihanın akabinde İbrahim Efendimiz, sonraki nesillerce Allah'ın selamı ile anılmaya hak kazandı. İsmail Efendimiz ise, kıyamete kadar Allah'a sunulacak her kurbanda hatırlanma bahtiyarlığına erişti. Bundan böyle biri sadakatin, diğeri ise teslimiyetin sembolü oldu.Kıymetli Kardeşlerim!İşte o gün bugündür İsmail'in bedelini temsil eden bir fidyenin, inananlarca Alemlerin Rabbine sunulmasıdır kurban. Kurbanı Allah'a yaklaşma vesilesi yapan şey, temsil ettiği bu bedeldir. Yeri ve zamanı geldiğinde O'nun yoluna nice İsmaillerin feda edilebileceğinin takdimidir. Ne kurbanlık hayvanın kanıdır, ne de etidir Allah'a sunulan. Bu inancı, bu bilinci, bu samimiyet ve sadakati izhar etmektir asıl olan. Kurban, İbrahimî iman ve kararlılığın, malın, gerektiğinde...

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