قصة أصحاب الأخدود The story of the owners of the groove

قصة أصحاب الأخدود The story of the owners of the groove
قصة أصحاب الأخدود The story of the owners of the groove

القصة المذهلة لأصحاب الأخدود الذين ضحوا بحياتهم في سبيل الثبات على الإيمان بالله عز وجل وهم نصارى سكان نجران في جنوب المملكة العربية السعودية قريبة من دولة اليمن حاليا.

وهي نسبة إلى الأخدود الذي أشعل فيه النار وألقي فيه المؤمنون بالدين الجديد وهي دين الغلام، ومعنى أخدود شَقٌّ مستطيل غائر في الأرض، أو فتحة عميقة أو حُفرة في الأرض وخاصَّة فوق سطح الأرض كما يقال: خلّفت السيولُ أخدودًا كبير.

الملك والساحر

 كان هناك ملك لم يكن موحدا بالله في منطقة نجران وكان لديه ساحر يعتمد على الجن في تقوية ملكه والضحك على القوم الشي كان يعتقدون بأن الملك نبي ورسول من عند الله.

والحديث روى الإمام مسلم رحمه الله تعالى بإسناده إلى صهيب رضي الله عنه أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال:  كان ملك فيمن كان قبلكم، وكان له ساحر، فلما كبر يعني الساحر، قال للملك: إني قد كبرت، فابعث إلي غلاما أعلمه السحر، فبعث إليه غلاما يعلمه، فكان في طريقه إذا سلك راهب ، كان في طريق الغلام إذا سلك إلى الساحر راهب.

 فقعد إليه وسمع كلامه، فأعجبه، فكان إذا أتى الساحر مر بالراهب وقعد إليه، فإذا أتى الساحر ضربه  لأنه يتأخر عن موعد الدرس درس السحر.

الراهب العابد والغلام

من اجمل القصص العلاقة بين الحق والباطل والثبات على الحق وهذا الذي حدث بين الراهب العابد الصالح في الكهف وبين الغلام ومن ذلك قصة الراهب والغلام، وهي ما أخرجه مسلم في صحيحه من طريق ثابت عن عبد الرحمن بن أبي ليلى عن صهيب أن رسول الله  -صلى الله عليه وسلم- قال: “كانَ مَلِك فيمن كان قبلَكم، وكان له ساحِر، فلما كَبِرَ قال للملك: إِني قد كَبِرْتُ، فابعث.

فشكا ذلك إِلى الراهب. فقال: إِذا خشيتَ الساحر فقل: حبسني أهلي، وإِذا خشيتَ أهلك، فقل: حبسني الساحر، فبينما هو كذلك إِذْ أتى على دابَّة عظيمة قد حبستِ الناسَ، فقال: اليومَ أعلمُ: السَّاحرُ أفضل، أم الراهبُ أفضل؟ فأخذ حجرا، فقال: اللهمَّ إِنْ كان أمرُ الراهب أحبَّ إِليكَ مِن أمر الساحرِ فاقتلْ هذه الدَّابَة، حتى يمضيَ الناسُ، فرماها، فقتَلها، ومَضَى الناسُ.

نائب الملك والغلام

 كان لدى الملك جليس او نائب ولكنه اعمى لا يبصر فأتى الراهبَ فأخبره. فقال له الراهب: أيْ بُنَيَّ، أَنتَ اليومَ أفضلُ مِني، وقد بلغَ مِن أَمْرِكَ ما أرى، وإِنَّكَ سَتُبْتَلى، فَإِن ابتُليتَ فلا تدلَّ علي، وكان الغلامُ يُبرِئ الأكمَه والأبرصَ، ويداوي الناسَ من سائرالامراض، فسمع جليس للملك -كان قد عمي- فأتاه بهدايا كثيرة، فقال: ما هاهنا لك أجمعُ إِن أنت شَفَيْتَني، قال: إِني لا أشفي أحدا، إِنما يشفي الله عز وجل، فإن آمَنْتَ بالله دعوتُ الله فشفاك، فآمَنَ به، فشفاه الله من العمى واصبح يبصر.

الغلام والملك

ذهب جليس الملجس، وقعد بجوار الملك كما كان يقعد قبل أن يفقد بصره، فقال له الملك: من ردّ عليك بصرك؟ قال الجليس: ربّى، فغضب الملك وقال: ولك ربّ غيري؟ قال: ربّى وربّك الله، فثار الملك، وأمر بتعذيبه، فلم يزالوا يعذّبونه حتى دلّ على الغلام.

أمر الملك بإحضار الغلام، ثم قال له مخاطبا: يا بنى، لقد بلغت من السحر مبلغا عظيما، حتى أصبحت تبرئ الأكمه والأبرص. فقال الغلام: إنى لا أشفى أحدا، إنما يشفى الله تعالى، فأمر الملك بتعذيبه، فعذّبوه حتى دلّ على الراهب.

فأُحضر الراهب وقيل له: ارجع عن دينك، فرفض الراهب، فجيء بمشار، ووضع على مفرق رأسه، ثم نُشِرَ فوقع نصفين، ثم أحضر جليس الملك ونشره ايضا بالمنشار الى نصفين.

ثم جيء بالغلام، فقيل له: ارجع عن دِينِكَ، فأبى، فدفعه إِلى نَفَر من أصحابه، فقال: اذهبوا به إِلى جبل ، فاصعَدوا به الجبل، فإِذا بلغتم ذِرْوَتَهُ، فإن رجع عن دِينه، وإِلا فاطرحوه، فذهبوا به، فصَعِدوا به الجبل، فقال: اللهم اكفنيهم بما شئتَ، فرجف بهم الجبلُ فسقطوا، وجاء يمشي إِلى الملك، فقال له الملك: ما فعل أصحابك؟ قال: كفانيهم الله.

فدفعه إِلى نفر من أصحابه، فقال: اذهبوا به فاحملوه في قُرْقُور، وتوسّطوا به البحر، فإن رَجَعَ عن دِينه، وإِلا فاقذفوه، فذهبوا به، فقال: اللهم اكفنيهم بما شئتَ، فانكفأَتْ بهم السفينةُ، فغَرِقُوا، وجاء يمشي إِلى الملك، فقال له الملك: ما فعل أصحابك؟ قال: كفانيهم الله.

فقال الغلام للملك: إِنَّكَ لستَ بقاتلي حتى تفعلَ ما آمركَ بهِ، قال: ما هو؟ قال: تجمع الناس في صعيد واحد، وتصلُبُني على جِذْع، ثم خذْ سَهْما من كِنانتي، ثم ضَع السهم في كَبِدِ القوس، ثم قل: بسم الله ربِّ الغلام، ثم ارمِ،

فإِنك إِذا فعلتَ ذلك قتلتني، فجمع الناسَ في صعيد واحد، وصلبه على جذع، وأخذ سهما من كنانته، ثم وضع السهم في كَبِدِ القوس، ثم قال: بسم الله ربِّ الغلام، ثم رماه، فوقع السهم في صُدغِهِ، فوضع يده في صُدغه فمات الغلام وقال القوم آمنا برب هذا الغلام.

أصحاب الاخدود والملك

فقال الناسُ: آمنَّا بربِّ الغلام، آمنَّا بربِّ الغلام، آمنا برب الغلام فأُتِيَ الملكُ، فقيل له: أرأَيتَ ما كنت تحذر؟ قَدْ والله نزلَ بكَ حَذَرك، قد آمن الناسُ، فأَمر بالأخدود بأفواه سكك المدينة والقى كل من رفض الرجوع عن دين الغلام، فخُدَّتْ، وأَضْرَم فيها النيرانَ، وقال: مَن لم يرجع عن دينه فأقحموه فيها ، حتى جاءت امرأة، ومعها صبيّ رضيع لها، فتقاعَسَتْ أن تقع فيها وكانت سوف تتراجع، فقال لها الرضيع: يا أُمّه، اصبري، فإِنكِ على الحق وهذه كلمات من الله انطق بها هذا الرضيع حتى يثبت أمه على الحق ومعنى القوة والصبر على الشد والبلاء.

خلاصة القصة والعبرة

  • الاعتصام بالله سبحانه وتعالى
  • النصر والعزة من عند الله
  • الدعاء إلى الله وقت الشدائد
  • الإيمان بأن الله يعطي بعض عباده الكرامات والبركات
  • أن النور له طريق واحد وهو طريق الملك السيد الأعظم لهذا الكون
  • الثبات على الحق
قصة أصحاب الأخدود The story of the owners of the groove
قصة أصحاب الأخدود The story of the owners of the groove

The story of the owners of the groove

The amazing story of the owners of the grove who sacrificed their lives for the sake of steadfastness in believing in God Almighty and they are Christians who live in Najran in the south of Saudi Arabia, close to the state of Yemen now.

It is related to the groove in which the fire was lit and the believers of the new religion were thrown into it, which is the religion of the boy,

meaning a groove, a rectangular crack deep in the ground, or a deep hole or a hole in the ground, especially above the surface of the earth, as it is said: The torrents left a large groove.

The king and the magician

 There was a king who was not united with God in the Najran region and he had a magician who relied on the jinn to strengthen his king and laugh at the people who believed that the king was a prophet and a messenger from God and the hadith narrated Imam Muslim, may God have mercy on him, with his attribution to Suhaib, may God be pleased with him that the Messenger of God,

may God bless him He and peace be upon him said: There was a king among those who were before you, and he had a magician. When he grew up, meaning the magician, he said to the king: I have grown up, so he sent me a boy who taught him magic, so he sent him a boy who taught him. To the sorcerer monk.

 So he sat to him and heard his words, and he liked him, so when he came to the magician he passed by the monk and sat with him, and if he came the magician hit him because he was late for the lesson, he studied magic.

The monk worshiper and slave

One of the most beautiful stories is the relationship between truth and falsehood and steadfastness on the truth and this is what happened between the monk, the righteous worshiper in the cave and the boy, including the story of the monk and the boy.

and it is what Muslim narrated in his Sahih through Thabit on the authority of Abd al-Rahman bin Abi Layla on the authority of Suhaib that the Messenger of God – may God bless He and peace be upon him – he said: “There was a king in the one who was before you, and he had a magician. When he grew up, he said to the king: I have grown old, so send me.

They complained about it to the monk. He said: If you feared the magician, then say: My family imprisoned me, and if you feared your family, then say: The magician imprisoned me, while he was like this when he came on a great teddy bear that locked people up, so he said: Today I know: The magician is better, or the monk is better?

So he took a stone and said: O God, if the monk’s command is more dearer to you than the magician’s command, then kill this carapace, until the people go, so he threw it, and then killed it, and the people passed.

Viceroy and boy

 The king had a sitter or deputy, but he was blind and did not see. So the monk came and told him. Then the monk said to him: Which is built, you are today better than me, and he has reached from your affairs what I see, and you will be repented.

He said: What is here for you all together? If you healed me, he said: I do not heal anyone, but God Almighty heals, and if you believed in God, I called God and He healed you, so he believed in Him, so God healed him from blindness and he became sight.

The boy and the king

The person sitting next to the king went and sat next to the king as he used to sit before losing his sight, then the king said to him: Who has restored your sight to you? The courtesan said: “Lord, then the king became angry and said: You have a Lord besides me?”

He said: He brought up and praised God, so the king revolted, and ordered his torture, and they did not continue to torment him until he pointed out the boy.

The king ordered the boy to be brought, then he told him to address: Oh my son, you have reached a great amount of magic, until you acquit the blind and the leper.

The boy said: I do not heal anyone, but God Almighty heals, so the king ordered to torture him, so they tortured him until he pointed to the monk.

Then the monk was brought and told to him: Go back from your religion, then he refused the monk, so he came with a saw, and put it on the junction of his head, then it was published and he fell in half, then he brought the king’s sitter and also saw it in two halves.

Then the boy was brought in, and it was said to him: Return from your religion, but he refused, so he pushed him to a group of his companions, and he said: Take him to a mountain, then go up the mountain with him.

Oh God, shroud them with whatever you want, so the mountain shook them, and they fell, and he came walking to the king, then the king said to him: What did your companions do? He said: God is sufficient for them.

So he pushed him to a group of his companions, so he said: Take it, carry it in Karakor, and mediate with it in the sea, and if it returns from his debt, or else throw it, then they went with it. : What did your companions do? He said: God is sufficient for them.

Then the boy said to the king: You will not kill me until you do what I command you. He said: What is it? He said: People gathered in one plane, and crucified me on a trunk, then take an arrow of mine, then put the arrow in the loin of the bow, then say: In the name of God, Lord of the boy, then throw, for if you did that you would kill me.

so he gathered the people in one plane, and crucified him on A trunk, and he took an arrow from his face, then he put the arrow in the loin of the bow, then said: In the name of God, Lord of the boy, then he threw it, so the arrow fell on his temple, so he put his hand in his temple, so the boy died, and the people said: We believed in the Lord of this boy.

Owners groove and king

The people said: We believed in the Lord of the boy, we believed in the Lord of the boy. We believed in the Lord of the boy. Then the king came.

He was told: Did you see what you were warning? By God, your warning came down to you, the people believed, so he commanded the groove through the mouths of the city railways, and he threw everyone who refused to return from the boy’s religion, so she was slaughtered.

and set fire to it, and he said: He who did not return from his religion and they pushed him into it, until a woman came, with a baby boy to her, and she became reckless.

To fall into her and she would retreat, so the infant said to her: O mother, be patient, for you are on the truth.

A summary of the story and the lesson

1. Sitting in God Almighty

2. Victory and glory from God

3. Pray to God at a time of adversity

4. Belief that God gives honor and blessings to some of his servants

5. Light has one path, and it is the path of the King, the greatest master of the universe

6. Perseverance on the right

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