WHAT IS THE DIVINE TRUST?

Divine Trust is in fact Amanat e Elahiya.

Divine Trust

As per teachings of Saints and Mystics, Divine Trust in fact refers to the real legacy of Prophet Mohammad pbuh. In fact it is Ism-e-Allah Zaat or one can also say that it is the Trust of Faqr.

 

Holder of Divine Trust

After getting access to the extremities of path Faqr, the seeker of Allah gains the station and level of annihilation in Allah. After annihilation he becomes immortal with Allah. As he acquires all the attributes of Allah. Therefore he adorns the grand status of the Universal Divine Man, al-Insan al-Kamil.

The person to whom this Divine Trust transfers is at the grand position of;

 اِذَاتَمَّ الۡفَقۡرُ فَھُوَ اللّٰہ

Meaning: When Faqr is accomplished, that is Allah.

 

Perfect Fakir

The perfect Fakir is has Divine Trust or holder of Amanat e Elahiya. On the face of earth and in the whole universe he is the representative of Allah . Sultan Bahoo books explains all important details about him. He mentions this grand status in all his books

Shaikh Moeeduddin Jindi

The Ism-e-Azam which has gained popularity all over the world. It is in fact, meaningly something is related to the world of reality and soul. On the other hand as far as literal aspect is concerned it is very much related to this exoteric world which is the world of physical existences and apparent words. All the Hadiths which comprehend the truths of Divine marvels are ‘the Reality’ and they actually refer to the Universal Divine Man who is present in every era. Also he is the leading Saint of all Saints. He bears the Divine Trust (Amanat e Elahiya) and is the absolute representative of Allah. Equally important is that Ism-e-Azam is actually the physical countenance of that perfect Saint.

 

The Prophet is the granter of the Divine Trust

In every era, there is a man who bears the Amanat e Elahiya and he is the heir of treasure of the Holy Prophet. The Holy Prophet is the owner of treasure of Faqr and has complete authority over it. Hence he is the one who transfers this Trust and treasure. Without his permission it cannot be entrusted to anyone.